|Titolo||E-literacy and access to Internet as inmate's right: European ICT frameworks in correctional education|
|Tipo di pubblicazione||Conference Proceedings|
|Anno del convegno||2015|
|Titolo del convegno||ICERI2015 - 8th annual International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation|
|Luogo del convegno||Sevilla (Spain)|
|Other Numbers||ISSN: 2340-1095|
|Parole chiave||digital divide, e-learning, media literacy, prison education, resettlement, social inclusion|
Today a basic media competence forms a part of the cultural capital of which people cannot renounce to exercise an informed and critical citizenship, to find a job or to practise a profession, to cultivate own social relationships and interests. If we take into account that the greater part of detainees comes from sectors of population characterized by social marginality and cultural deprivation, then a media education and the right of access to the media represent important means to break convicts' cultural isolation as well as to prepare successfully their reintegration.