Action Coalition For Media Education - Research enBeating a Woman to Death <p>This article below, posted by Neil Anderson, is probably public relations from the gaming industry, which is bigger than the movie industry, and even less responsible.</p> <p> -- To suggest that all the carefully controlled video game studies are obsolete and to minimize the careful work of many independent researchers is an injustice that flies in the face of reality. The violent video game parasites continue to exploit our most vulnerable youth.</p> <p><a href="/bob_mccannon/28042008/beating_woman_death/index.html">read more</a></p>, 28 Apr 2008 17:54:18 +0000Bob McCannon210 at http://acmecoalition.orgGrand Theft Auto IV - Would you let the kids in your life play? <p>Debut of 'Grand Theft Auto IV' drives debate anew<br /> by Eric Benderoff Chicago Tribune (MCT)<br /> 28 April 2008</p> <p>My ACME colleague Bob McCannon has done extensive research on the research about video games - and I'll let him weigh in here about the release of FTA IV in his own unique way. Something he said this morning on our discussion list, though, gave me pause.</p> <p>It is a simple question, really.</p> <p>Given GTA IV's content, would you let the kids in your life play? </p> <p><a href="/rob_williams/28042008/grand_theft_auto_iv_would_you_let_kids_your_life_play/index.html">read more</a></p> StudiesResearchVideoWeb 2.0Mon, 28 Apr 2008 16:25:08 +0000Rob Williams209 at http://acmecoalition.orgACME Summit 2008 <p><center><br /> <h2>ACME Summit 2008</h2> <p></br></p> <h3>Teach ordinary citizens how to beat big media and create a more democratic 21st century media culture.<br /> </br><br /> <img src="/files/ACMESummitGraphic08.jpg"><br /> </br><br /> June 5th, 2008<br /> Minneapolis, MN<br /> </br><br /> <strong><a href="/summit_registration_2008/index.html">Summit Registration</a></strong></center><br /> </br></p> <p><a href="/acme_summit_2008/index.html">read more</a></p> SummitActivismAdvertising and BrandingCultural StudiesIndependent MediaMedia EducationMedia JusticeMedia ReformNew MediaNews MediaParentsResearchTelevisionWorkshopWed, 27 Feb 2008 03:58:41 +0000ACME198 at http://acmecoalition.orgFairness, Media Education and Networked Technology <p>Over on my <a href="">directed study blog</a> this semester, I'm using networked technology (a blog, wiki,, and others tools) to explore and share my research on fair use issues impacting media educators and students in the digital age. I've started with a philosophical inquiry into the meaning of fairness to explore its relationship to today's challenges in sharing access to teaching and learning materials.</p> <p><a href="/colin_rhinesmith/30092007/fairness_media_education_and_networked_technology/index.html">read more</a></p> UseMedia EducationResearchSocial MediaSun, 30 Sep 2007 18:36:16 +0000Colin Rhinesmith175 at http://acmecoalition.orgFair Use, Media and Education in the Digital Age <p><a href=""><img src=""></a></p> <p><a href="/colin_rhinesmith/04092007/fair_use_media_and_education_digital_age/index.html">read more</a></p> EducationResearchTue, 04 Sep 2007 15:26:28 +0000Colin Rhinesmith153 at http://acmecoalition.orgEssential Resources <p>Download the <a href="/files/acmeessresour.pdf">PDF version</a> of ACME's Working Multimedia Essential Resources Guide below.</p> <h2>MEDIA ECONOMY AND ECOLOGY</h2> <p><strong>Ad Age - Data Place</strong><br /> <a href="" title=""></a><br /> This site provides information about the 100 businesses spending the most on advertising, the top 200 brands, newspaper and magazine circulation ratings, and more. </p> <p><strong>The Ad and the Ego</strong> </p> <p><a href="/essential_resources/index.html">read more</a></p> and BrandingCultural StudiesFree ACME Teaching ResourceIndependent MediaMedia EducationMedia ReformPedagogyPublic HealthPublic RelationsResearchMon, 16 Jul 2007 04:49:08 +0000ACME36 at