[Autom. eng. transl.] The contribution theorises how for a "second generation interculture" it is necessary to insert the media-educational competences related to Information Literacy in the context of intercultural competences. These skills cannot be entrusted only to figures dedicated to communication, but become transversal for the professionalism of working with migrants. Some characteristics of "onlife" communication are on the one hand elements that facilitate hate speech and xenophobic hostility; on the other hand, if properly oriented in an educative and intercultural sense, they can instead contribute to the challenge of "living together". Following the profound change taking place in the information production and distribution ecosystem, in the context of work with migrants and intercultural relations, competent operators are capable of reading the new logic of onlife, narrating individual stories by inserting them in a narrative frame collective, mediate between technological devices and their users in a postverity regime, educate on critical thinking and responsibility. In this perspective, hybridizing intercultural pedagogy with media education represents an opportunity for social interventions with migrants.
|Translated title of the contribution||[Autom. eng. transl.] Information education: media educational skills for second generation intercultural education|
|Number of pages||17|
|Publication status||Published - 2020|
- competenze interculturali
- hate speech
- information literacy
- media education