Publications

Articles

Kędra, J. (in press). What does It Mean to Be Visually Literate? – Examination of Visual Literacy Definitions in a Context of Higher Education. Journal of Visual Literacy. doi: 10.1080/1051144X.2018.1492234

Kędra, J., & Sommier, M. (2018). Children in the visual coverage of the European refugee crisis: A case study of the World Press Photo 2016. Journal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies 7(1), 37-58. doi:10.1386/ajms.7.1.37_1

Kędra, J. (2018). Acquiring visual literacy skills: Interpretation of journalistic photographs as a tool for contemporary education. Media Education Research Journal 8.1, 49-71.

Kędra, J. (2017). Does the journalistic photograph need a context? Rethinking contextual analysis. Studies in Visual Arts and Communication – an international journal, December 4(1).

Kędra, J. (2016). Enhancing visual literacy through interpretation of photo-genres: toward a genre typology of journalistic photographs. Journal of Media Practice 17(1), pp. 28-47.

Kędra, J. (2013). To See More: A Model for Press Photograph Story Analysis, Journal of Visual Literacy 32(1), pp. 27-50.

Kędra, J. (2012). Digitalization of photojournalism: An experiment, breaking news and self-expression. Journalism Research Review Quarterly 1/2012, pp. 67-81. Rzeszów: Towarzystwo Studiów Dziennikarskich.

Gloc (Kędra), J. (2010). Zobaczyć więcej. O analizie fotografii prasowej [To See More. On Press Photography Analysis]. Zeszyty Prasoznawcze 3-4(203-204), pp. 175-191. Kraków: Ośrodek Badań Prasoznawczych.

Gloc (Kędra), J. (2010). Inność zobrazowana. Rola fotografii prasowej w uświadamianiu problemu wykluczenia spolecznego [A Portrait of The Other: How Press Photographs May Create Awareness of Social Exclusion]. Maska 9/2010, pp. 119-133. Kraków: Rada Kół Naukowych Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego.

Book chapters

Kędra, J., Laajalahti, A., Sommier, M., & Uotila, P. (2016). A Competent Participant in the New Media Landscape: Promoting an Interdisciplinary Perspective. In Kramp et al. (eds.) Politics, Civil Society and Participation: Media and Communications in a Transforming Environment, pp. 107-119. Bremen: edition lumière.

Dissertation

Kędra, J. (2016). Interpretation of journalistic photographs as an instrument of visual literacy education. Doctoral diss., University of Jyväskylä.

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