Dr. Paško Bilić is the editor of a special section entitled ‘Media Literacy of the Citizens of the Republic of Croatia as a Sociological Phenomenon’ in the Croatian Sociological Review (Scopus), the Croatian Sociological Association journal. In the section, three original scientific papers were created based on survey research on the project “Media education is important.MOV”, financed by the European Social Fund (ESF), in which the Institute for Development and International Relations (IRMO) was a scientific partner.
Paško Bilić, IRMO and Marija Brajdić Vuković from the Institute for Social Research Zagreb, are the authors of the article entitled ‘Being media literate in Croatia: characteristics and selected dimensions of media literacy as a social practice’. Dina Vozab from the Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Zagreb is the author of the article ‘Tracking the Relationship Between Media Literacy and Political Participation Across Different Generations’. Krešimir Krolo from the Department of Sociology, University of Zadar, is the author of the article ‘Watch (TV) and Learn? The Relevance of (Embodied) Cultural Capital in Explaining Traditional and Digital Media Literacy’.
The entire special section is published in English in open access and is available at the following link: