Mgr. Markéta Zezulková, M.A. (EN)
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Dr Marketa Zezulkova


Research interest : Marketa is an Assistant Professor in the Institute of Communication Studies and Journalism at Charles University (Czech Rep.), an Affiliated Faculty of the Media Education Lab (USA), and a Postdoctoral Researcher in the Centre for Excellence in Learning (UK). Her main interest is in intercultural and interdisciplinary research exploring, firstly, children's media learning and experience both in- and out-of- school, and secondly, liberal higher education in promotional and media studies. In particular, she focuses on holistic, hermeneutic and dialogic current and future media experiences and learning from philosophical, research, education, and practice orientated viewpoints. Marketa has been involved in several EU and UN media education initiatives, as well as in organising annual Media Education Summit, whilst leading its parallel Youth Media Education Summit. She is an Assistant Editor of Media Education Research Journal published by Auteur and as a Visiting Scholar she has joined universities and research centres in Europe, USA, Asia, and Latin America.

Contact

  • E-mail: marketa.zezulkova@fsv.cuni.cz
  • Phone: 608828053
  • Room: 124
  • Consultation : Monday: Summer 15:00 - 17:00; Winter 13:00 - 15:00










CV

Education

 

PhD, Philosophy of Media Education, Centre for Excellence in Media Practice, United Kingdom, 2011-2015 - Doctoral thesis 'Whole Person Hermeneutic Media Learning: An International Grounded Philosophy' was awarded 'highly commended prize 2016' by British Educational Research Association (BERA)

 

PGCE (with distinction), Education Practice, Bournemouth University, United Kingdom, 2013-2014 

 

Mgr. (with distinction), Marketing Communications, Tomas Bata University in Zlín, Czech Republic, 2009-2011 

 

Erasmus, MA in Advertising Creativity, INSEEC School of Communication - Sub De Pub Paris, France, Atumn Semester 2011

 

MA (with distinction), Advertising and Marketing Communications, Bournemouth University, United Kingdom, 2009-2010 - Received Barclays Prize for the Best Overall Student 

 

Bc., Marketing Communications, Tomas Bata University in Zlín, Czech Republic, 2006-2009 - Bachelor thesis received Award for Excellent Treatment 

 

Job

 

Affiliated Faculty, Media Education, Lab, USA, Jul 2017 - present

 

Postdoctoral Researcher, Centre for Excellence in Learning (UK), Feb 2016 - present

 

Assistant Professor, IKSZ, Charles University in Prague, Sep 2015 - preset

 

Senior Lecturer, Centre for Excellence in Media Practice, Aug 2015 - August 2016

 

External Lecturer, Metropolitan University in Prague, Feb 2014 - present

 

PTPH Lecturer and Research Assistant, Bournemouth University, Jan 2012 - Jul 2015

 

 

 

Visiting Scholarships

 

 

University of Gothenburg (Nov - Dec 2017)

Chinese University of Hong Kong (Jul 2014)

University of Antioquia (Jul - Aug 2013)

Media Education Lab (Nov - Dec 2012)

Emerson College (Sep - Oct 2012)

Tomas Bata University (Mar - Jun 2012)

 

Professional membership

 

Fellow of Higher Education Association (HEA)

Czechoslovak Society of Arts and Sciences (SVU)

Philosophy of Education Society Great Britain (PESGB)

British Educational Research Association (BERA)

Media Education Association (MEA)

European Communication Research and Education Association (ECREA)

National Association for Media Literacy Education (NAMLE)

Salzburg Global Seminar Alumni

Grounded Theory Institute (GTI)

 





  • Publications:

     

    Journal articles and book chapters

     

    Zezulkova, M., & Stastna, L., [forthcoming]. Parental Ethnotheories in Children’s Digital and Media Lives: Case of Romanipen. In Nordicom Yearbook 2018. Jorge, J., Mascheroni, G., & Ponte, C., Digital Parenting: The challenges for families in the digital age. NORDICOM Children, Youth & Media Yearbook

     

    Trueltzsch-Wijnen, C., & Zezulkova, M., [forthcoming]. Anxiety, preservation and censorship as hints to understanding media panic discourse: Case of German-speaking countries. In Tsaliki, L., Neoliberal Notions of Governance and Media Discourses of Children: Anxiety over Childhood and Youth across Cultures. Palgrave Macmillan

     

    Cannon, M., & Zezulkova, M., [forthcoming]. Popular culture in the classroom. In Hobbs, R. & Mihailids, P., eds. The International Encyclopedia of Media Literacy. Will be published by Wiley.

     

    Jirák, J. & Zezulkova, M., [forthcoming]. Media literacy in the Czech Republic. In Hobbs, R. & Mihailids, P., eds. The International Encyclopedia of Media Literacy. Will be published by Wiley.

     

    Woodfall, A., & Zezulkova, M., [forthcoming]. Childhood Culture. In Hobbs, R. & Mihailids, P., eds. The International Encyclopedia of Media Literacy. Will be published by Wiley.

     

    Beggins, D., E., Holley, D., & Zezulkova M., 2017. Digital Competence and Capability Frameworks in Higher Education: Importance of Life-long Learning, Self-Development and Well-being. EAI Endorsed Transactions on e-Learning, 17(13): e1, 1-7.

     

    Biggins D., Holley D., Evangelinos G., & Zezulkova M., 2017. Digital Competence and Capability Frameworks in the Context of Learning, Self-Development and HE Pedagogy. In: Vincenti G., Bucciero A., Helfert M., Glowatz M. (eds) E-Learning, E-Education, and Online Training. Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering, vol 180. Springer, Cham, pp. 46-53. Scopus

     

    Berger, R., & Zezulkova, M., 2016. A Remaking Pedagogy: Adaptation and Archetypes in the Child’s Multimodal Reading and Writing. Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, DOI: 10.1080/03004279. 2016.1178316. Scopus, IF 0,21

     

    Woodfall, A., & Zezulkova, M., 2016. What ‘children’ experience and ‘adults’ may overlook: Phenomenological approaches to media practice, education and research. Journal of Children & Media; 10(1), 98-106. WOS, 0,72

     

    Zezulkova, M., 2015. Media Learning in Primary School Classroom: Following the Teacher‘s Pedagogy and the Child‘s Experience. In: Kotilainen, S., and Kupiainen, R., eds. Reflections on Media Education Futures, 159-169.

     

    McDougall, J., Berger, R., Fraser, P., & Zezulkova, M., 2015. Media Literacy, Education and (Civic) Capability: A Transferable Methodology. Journal of Media Literacy Education, 7(1), 4 -17.

     

    Zezulkova M., 2014. Review: Children, Adolescence, and the Media, 3rd Ed. Media Education Research Journal, 4(1), 74-76.

     

    Berger, R., Wardle, J., & Zezulkova, M., 2013. No longer just making the tea: Media work placements and work-based learning in higher education. In: Ashton, D., Noonan, C. Cultural Work and Higher Education. Hampshire: Macmillan Publishers. pp.87-109. Scopus

     

    Zezulkova, M., 2013. Review: International Perspectives on Youth Media: Cultures of Production and Education (2011). Journal of Media Literacy Education, 4(3), 278-280.

     

    Research reports

     

    European Audiovisual Observatory, 2016. Mapping of media literacy practices and actions in EU-28. European Audiovisual Observatory, Council of Europe, Strasbourg 2016 – Zezulkova, M., named as National Expert contributor.

     

    Jirák, J., Nečas, V., Šťastná, L., & Zezulková, M., 2016. Studie mediální gramotnosti populace ČR: Mediální gramotnost osob mladších 15 let [Media Literacy of People under 15 Years of Age]. Czech Council for Radio and Television Broadcasting. Available from http://www.rrtv.cz/cz/files/monitoring/studie_medialni_gramotnosti_populace_CR.pdf

     

    Jirák, J., Nečas, V., Šťastná, L., & Zezulková, M., 2016. Studie mediální gramotnosti populace ČR: Mediální gramotnost osob starších 15 let [Mapping Media Literacy in the Czech Republic Report 1: Research with population above 15 years of age]. Czech Council of Radio and TV Broadcasting. Available from http://www.rrtv.cz/cz/files/monitoring/MG2015_zaverecna%20zprava_prvni_faze.pdf

     

    Zezulkova, M., 2016. Exploring the Czech Roma Child’s Experience of Multimodal Literacy Learning & Networking at Charles University in Prague. DigiLiteY. Available from http://digilitey.eu/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/Zezulkova-STSM-Report-Final.pdf

     

    Hartai, L., 2014. Formal Media Education. EMEDUS. Available from http://docplayer.net/1140306-European-media-literacy-education-project-formal-media-education-emedus.html – Zezulkova, M., named as National Expert contributor.

     

    Erickson, K., 2013. Evaluating the Impact of Parody on the Exploitation of Copyright Works: An Empirical Study of Music Video Content on YouTube. Intellectual Property Office. Available from https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/309900/ipresearch-parody-report1-150313.pdf - Zezulkova, M., named as Research Assistant.

     

     

  • Conferences:

     

    Beggins, D., Holley, D., & Zezulkova M., 2017. Developing Staff Further: The additional benefits of a TEL Toolkit. Presented at the Annual Association for Learning Technology Conference, Liverpool, UK, September 2017

     

    Zezulkova, M., 2017. Children documenting life in their remote historical village: An intergenerational and cross-sectoral civic and media education. Presented at the NAMLE Annual Conference, Chicago, USA, June 2017

     

    Zezulkova, M., 2016. Grounded Philosophy: A Methodology for Today’s (Dis)Connected Philosophy, Research and Practice. Presented at the 6th European Communication Conference (ECC): Mediated (Dis)Continuities: Contesting Pasts, Presents and Futures, Prague, Czech Rep, November 2016

     

    Stastna, L., & Zezulkova, M., 2016. Mapping Media Literacy or Exploring Children’s Media Experience?: Case of the Czech Republic. Presented at the Children, Youth and Media (CYM) Temporary Working Group’s Panel on Media Education and Media Literacy at the 6th European Communication Conference (ECC): Mediated (Dis)Continuities: Contesting Pasts, Presents and Futures, Prague, Czech Rep, November 2016

     

    Berger, R., and Zezulkova, M., 2016. MERJ Conversation: A Remaking Pedagogy. Presented at Media Education Summit, Rome, Italy, November 2016

     

    Zezulkova, M., Jirak, J., Necas, V., and Stastna, L., 2016. Media Literacy in the Czech Republic and Beyond. Presented at Media Education Summit, Rome, Italy, November 2016

     

    Zezulkova, M., and Veselkova, Z., 2016 [forthcoming]. Without Dreams and Ambitions There Is No Media Literacy: Czech Roma Child’s Media and Learning Experience. Will be presented at Media Education Summit, Rome, Italy, November 2016

     

    Beggins, D., Evangelinos, E., Holley, D., & Zezulkova M., 2016. Digital Competence and Capability Frameworks in the Context of Learning, Self-Development and HE Pedagogy. eLEOT2016: 3rd EAI International Conference on e-Learning e-Education and Online Training, Dublin, Ireland, August-September 2016 - Best Paper Award

     

    Zezulkova, M., 2015. Whole Person Hermeneutic Media Learning in the Primary School Classroom. Presented at Media Education Summit, Boston, USA, November 2015

     

    Berger, R. & Zezulkova, M., 2015. MERJ/NAMLE Conversation: Challenges and Opportunities of Moving from Platform-Centric towards Experience-Centric Approaches to Media Pedagogy and Research. Presented at Media Education Summit, Boston, USA, November 2015

     

    Zezulkova, M., 2015. Are We Raising Media Critics or Cynics?. Presented at Populism, Authoritarianism and the Media: The age of mediocracy and mediocracy, Prague, Czech Republic, November 2015

     

    Zezulkova, M., 2015. Challenges and Opportunities of Researching Children’s Holistic Media Lives. Presented at Comparing Children’s Media around the World: Policies, Texts and Audiences, London, UK, September 2015

     

    Woodfall, A., & Zezulkova, M., 2015. ‘Media is a Plural’ – What Children Might Know and Research May Seem to Forget. Presented at the 13th Annual International Conference on Communication and Mass Media, Athens, Greece, May 2015

     

    Berger, R., McDougall, J., & Zezulkova, M., 2014. Media Literacy, Education and (Civic) Capability: A Transferable Methodology. Presented at Media Education Summit, Prague, Czech Republic, November 2014

     

    Oliver, J., & Zezulkova, M., 2014. Keynote: Media Management from Kindergarten to Boardroom. Presented at Media Management Education Event by EMMA, Tallinn, Estonia, June 2014

     

    Zezulkova, M., 2014. Holistic Media Learning. Presented at Media Education Futures, Tampere, Finland, May 2014

     

    Zezulkova, M., 2014. Media Making at Schools and the Rebirth of Holistic Education. Presented at the 9th Global Conference Creative Engagements: Thinking with Children, Prague, Czech Republic, March 2014

     

    Zezulkova, M., & Estrada, F., 2013. Learning Good Things from Bad Guys: Narconovelas in Colombia. Presented at Media Education Summit, Sheffield, UK, September 2013

     

    Zezulkova, M., 2013. Whole Person Media Education. Presented at Media Trends Conference ‘Crossroad Challenges: Children and the Media’, Geneva, Switzerland, April 2013

     

    Zezulkova, M., Du, Y., & Rodriguez, A., 2012. Cómo Entender la Libertad de Prensa y Represión Cobertura transnacional de la enfermedad del Presidente Hugo Chávez (Understanding Press Freedom and Repression: Cross-national Coverage of Chavez's Illness).Presented at the Media, Power and Citizenship Conference, Quito, Ecuador, March 2012

     

    Zezulkova, M., 2012. Sharing as Part of Media Literacy. Presented at the New York State Communication Association Conference, New York, USA, October 2012

     

    Zezulkova, M., 2011. Cross-cultural Perspective on the Philosophy of Higher Education in Media and Promotional Studies. Presented at the MeCCSA-PGN Conference, Bournemouth, UK, July 2011

     

  • Grants:

    RRTV 2015/2016 Research Grant: Stav Mediální Gramotnosti Populace ČR

    Short-Term Scientific Mission (STSM) award 2015/2016 by COST Action IS1410 The digital literacy and multimodal practices of young children (DigLitEY)

    EUADS & UKLA 2014 Researh Grant: Media Studies for Media Literacy: Mapping the Impact

    Santander Mobility Award 2014

    PGR Development Fund 2014

    Santander Mobility Award 2013

    PGR Development Fund 2012

    Bournemouth University PhD Bursary 2011-2014

     

  • Lectures:

    JJM191 M Level: Children & Media

    JJM009 M Level: Future Media Experiences

    JJM348 & JJM349 D & M Levels: Competencies and Skills for International Academia and Consultancy

     

     

     

  • More information:

    Conference: Established and orgnaises annual Youth Media Education Summit (since 2014)

    Research: National Expert on Formal Media Education in the Czech Republic and the UK (e.g. on European Audiovisual Observatory's Mapping of Media Literacy project and EMEDUS project funded by EU's Media Programme and Lifelong Learning Programme (Jun 2012 - present)

    Research: Media Education Consultant, Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Malta (May 2013)

     

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Mgr. Markéta Zezulková, M.A. (EN)



Dr Marketa Zezulkova


Research interest : Marketa is an Assistant Professor in the Institute of Communication Studies and Journalism at Charles University (Czech Rep.), an Affiliated Faculty of the Media Education Lab (USA), and a Postdoctoral Researcher in the Centre for Excellence in Learning (UK). Her main interest is in intercultural and interdisciplinary research exploring, firstly, children's media learning and experience both in- and out-of- school, and secondly, liberal higher education in promotional and media studies. In particular, she focuses on holistic, hermeneutic and dialogic current and future media experiences and learning from philosophical, research, education, and practice orientated viewpoints. Marketa has been involved in several EU and UN media education initiatives, as well as in organising annual Media Education Summit, whilst leading its parallel Youth Media Education Summit. She is an Assistant Editor of Media Education Research Journal published by Auteur and as a Visiting Scholar she has joined universities and research centres in Europe, USA, Asia, and Latin America.

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CV

Education

 

PhD, Philosophy of Media Education, Centre for Excellence in Media Practice, United Kingdom, 2011-2015 - Doctoral thesis 'Whole Person Hermeneutic Media Learning: An International Grounded Philosophy' was awarded 'highly commended prize 2016' by British Educational Research Association (BERA)

 

PGCE (with distinction), Education Practice, Bournemouth University, United Kingdom, 2013-2014 

 

Mgr. (with distinction), Marketing Communications, Tomas Bata University in Zlín, Czech Republic, 2009-2011 

 

Erasmus, MA in Advertising Creativity, INSEEC School of Communication - Sub De Pub Paris, France, Atumn Semester 2011

 

MA (with distinction), Advertising and Marketing Communications, Bournemouth University, United Kingdom, 2009-2010 - Received Barclays Prize for the Best Overall Student 

 

Bc., Marketing Communications, Tomas Bata University in Zlín, Czech Republic, 2006-2009 - Bachelor thesis received Award for Excellent Treatment 

 

Job

 

Affiliated Faculty, Media Education, Lab, USA, Jul 2017 - present

 

Postdoctoral Researcher, Centre for Excellence in Learning (UK), Feb 2016 - present

 

Assistant Professor, IKSZ, Charles University in Prague, Sep 2015 - preset

 

Senior Lecturer, Centre for Excellence in Media Practice, Aug 2015 - August 2016

 

External Lecturer, Metropolitan University in Prague, Feb 2014 - present

 

PTPH Lecturer and Research Assistant, Bournemouth University, Jan 2012 - Jul 2015

 

 

 

Visiting Scholarships

 

 

University of Gothenburg (Nov - Dec 2017)

Chinese University of Hong Kong (Jul 2014)

University of Antioquia (Jul - Aug 2013)

Media Education Lab (Nov - Dec 2012)

Emerson College (Sep - Oct 2012)

Tomas Bata University (Mar - Jun 2012)

 

Professional membership

 

Fellow of Higher Education Association (HEA)

Czechoslovak Society of Arts and Sciences (SVU)

Philosophy of Education Society Great Britain (PESGB)

British Educational Research Association (BERA)

Media Education Association (MEA)

European Communication Research and Education Association (ECREA)

National Association for Media Literacy Education (NAMLE)

Salzburg Global Seminar Alumni

Grounded Theory Institute (GTI)