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dc.contributor.authorPopp, Susanne-
dc.contributor.authorSchumann, Jutta-
dc.contributor.authorHannig, Miriam-
dc.description.abstractThis volume of essays is the result of the EU project «EHISTO», which dealt with the mediation of history in popular history magazines and explored how history in the commercialised mass media can be used in history teaching in order to develop the media literacy and the transcultural competences of young people. The volume offers articles which for the first time address the phenomenon of popular history magazines in Europe and their mediating strategies in a foundational way. The articles are intended as introductory material for teachers and student teachers. The topic also offers an innovative approach in terms of making possible a European cross-country comparison, in which results based on qualitative and quantitative methods are presented, related to the content focus areas profiled in the national magazines.en
dc.description.sponsorshipThis project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained
dc.publisherPETER LANG LTD International Academic Publishers, Frankfurt am Mainen
dc.subjectLifelong educationen
dc.subjectdidactics of historyen
dc.subjectdidáctica de la historiaes
dc.subjecthistory teachingen
dc.subjectenseñanza de la historiaes
dc.subjecthistory magazinesen
dc.subjectrevistas históricases
dc.subjectmedia literacyen
dc.subjectalfabetización mediáticaes
dc.subjectEducación permanentees
dc.titleCommercialised History: Popular History Magazines in Europeen
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