How young people choose their news impacts how they participate in politics

According to research by Sam Scovill the young (age 1-25) get news via “elite-selected” media (news chosen by the editor)…

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How Youth Navigate the News Landscape

A report from Data & Society supported by the Knight Foundation finds that young adults express low levels of trust…

Read more in Laos

The journalists in Laos will hopefully launch a Media in School Day in March 2019. Steeenmedia is their coach.

YOUTH, Jakarta Post

Read news articles abut the young in Indonesia.

What if newspapers were not there

What would the world be like if newspapers had never been born? If newspapers had never been born, we wouldn’t…

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Norway in Geneva was recently in Geneva with students from the UN class(owned by the Norwegian Trade Union). Visiting WHO, ILO, OCHA,…

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The Japan Times on Education

Articles about Educational issues, for example: “Take your kids to an art class and let their imaginations run wild.”

Education Edge in Bhopal

Newspaper for Educational purposes is published by Ms Alpana Mishra in Bhopal. India since 2007. Ms. Mishra earlier represented the…

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In many countries, very few young people read newspapers or follow the news on TV

From Band 8 IELTS: “Another reason for this loss of interest in newspapers and news channels is the outdated way…

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In Canada: Young people read newspapers, too

The study from Vividata in 2016 confirmed that young people are still reading newspapers. An examination of weekday readership (read…

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