Annamaria Neag

Dr Annamaria Neag

  • aneag at bournemouth dot ac dot uk
  • Marie Curie Research Fellow
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Biography

Dr. Annamaria Neag is a Marie Curie Research Fellow. Her research project is looking at how unaccompanied refugee children use digital and social media. The aim of the project is to develop media literacy education tools that can help in unaccompanied refugee children's integration into their new culture and society.

Before joining Bournemouth University, Annamaria worked as a teaching fellow at Nottingham University (Ningbo, China) and Corvinus University of Budapest (Hungary). Her research interests include media literacy education, media history and digital citizenship. Annamaria has published widely on the development of media literacy education in Hungary. Annamaria is the assistant editor of the Media Education Research Journal (MERJ) and an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

Journal Articles

  • Neag, A., 2016. Head Start – Media Literacy in Hungarian Education Policy (1990-1995). Hungarian Educational Research Journal.
  • Neag, A., 2016. The unlikely advocates of media literacy education: Jean-Jacques Rousseau and John Stuart Mill. Central European Journal of Communication, 9 (1), 104-113.
  • Neag, A., 2015. Media Literacy and the Hungarian National Core Curriculum – A Curate’s Egg. Journal of Media Literacy Education.

Chapters

  • Neag, A. and Berger, R., 2017. Always On, But Never There: Political Parody, the Carnivalesque and the Rise of the ‘Nectorate’. In: Ross, A. and Rivers, D., eds. Discourses of (De)Legitimization: Participatory Culture in Digital Contexts. Routledge.
  • Neag, A., 2015. Voices of Freedom – Western Interference? 60 Years of Radio Free Europe. Voices of Freedom - Western Interference? 60 Years of Radio Free Europe. Vandehoeck & Rupprecht.

Grants

  • Media Literacy for Unaccompanied Refugee Youth - A Path to Integration (Horizon 2020, 01 Sep 2017). In Progress
  • Always On, But but Never There? Political Parody, the Carnivalesque and the Rise of the ‘Nectorate’ (University of Nottingham, Ningbo, China, 01 Feb 2017). Completed
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