This paper seeks to understand the intersection of media and health literacy training as a catalyst for self-efficacy and agency among urban youth. It asks whether youth who are provided with health education and media literacy training can be empowered to create health messages that are accessible to their peers.
About Angela Cooke Jackson & Kaitlin BarnesDr. Angela Cooke-Jackson is an Assistant Professor of Health and Intercultural Communication in the Communication Studies Department at Emerson College. Kaitlin Barnes is a 2012 graduate of the Communication Management Masters program at Emerson College.
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