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ContentAccessibility Statement Introduction and Awards Defining Critical Media Literacy Key Civics and Government Concepts in the Book Critical Media Literacy Guides Foundations of the United States Political System Social Media Policies and the Foundations of Athenian Democracy The Internet as a Public Utility 21st Century Women STEM Innovators Media Coverage of Kings, Queens, and Royal Families Representations of Native Americans in Films, Local History Publications, and School Mascots The Development of United States Government Declarations of Independence on Social Media Media Marketing and Government Regulation of Self-Driving Cars and Electric Vehicles Representations of and Racism Toward Black Americans in the Media Political Debates Through Songs from Hamilton: An American Musical Bill of Rights on Twitter Institutions of United States Government Hollywood Movies About the Branches of Government Writing an Impeachment Press Release Members of Congress' Use of Social Media Political Impacts of Public Opinion Polls Website Design for New Political Parties The Rights and Responsibilities of Citizens Immigration in the News Portrayals of Immigrants in Television and Film COVID-19 Information Evaluation Women Political Leaders in the Media Online Messaging by Special Interest Groups Digital Games for Civic Engagement Social Media and Elections Images of Political Leaders and Political Power Political Spin in Media Coverage of Political Debates Celebrities' Influence on Politics Political Activism Through Social Media Media Recruitment of Public Sector Workers Deciding What Books Students Read in School Images of Teachers, Teaching and Public Service Careers For Whom Is and Could Your School Be Named Representing Trans Identities Media Framing of the Events of January 6, 2021 Music as Protest Art PACs, Super PACs, and Unions in the Media Brands and Politics The Constitution, Amendments, and Supreme Court Decisions Prohibition in the Media The Equal Rights Amendment on Twitter and Other Social Media Civil War Era News Stories and Recruitment Advertisements Representations of Gender and Race on U.S. Currency The Equality Act on Twitter Reading Supreme Court Dissents Aloud Television Cameras and Other Media in Courtrooms The Structure of State and Local Government Native American Mascots, Symbols, and Logos A Constitution for the Internet Military Recruitment and the Media Your Privacy on Social Media Pandemic Policy Information in the Media Gendered Language in Media Coverage of Women in Politics Gender-Neutral Marketing of Toys Environmental Campaigns Using Social Media Plastic Pollution and the Media Trusted Messengers, the Media, and the Pandemic AI-Enhanced Online Campaigning for Political Office Advertising the Lottery Online and In Print Local Governments, Social Media and Digital Democracy Protecting the Commons Freedom of the Press and News/Media Literacy Press Freedom in the United States and the World Objectivity and Reporting the News from All Sides Investigative Journalism and Social Change News Photographs & Newspaper Design How Reporters Report Events Recommendation Algorithms on Social Media Platforms YouTube Content Creators Fake News Investigation and Evaluation Paywalls and Access to Online News Critical Visual Analysis of Online and Print Media Memes and TikToks as Political Cartoons Women Reporters in the Movies Design a 21st Century Indie Bookstore Greenwashing and the Media AI Writing Tools, Politics, and History
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