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Análisis conceptual del Periodismo Ciudadano y propuesta metodológica para analizar su contribución informativa
Pellegrini-Ripamonti,Silvia;
Palabra Clave , 2010,
Abstract: the factors necessary for citizen journalism to carry informative weight are examined in this paper. a model for interaction between professionals and citizens to generate socially-meaningful content is provided, along with a methodological proposal for analyzing the current development and scope of citizen journalism and identifying the aspects that have favored its exercise in six different media.
The quality of life as a social and editorial construct: news demands and the historic configuration of service journalism in magazines
Frederico de Mello Brand?o Tavares
Verso e Reverso , 2012,
Abstract: There is a prominent subject in contemporaryjournalism. A growing set of stories deal, underthe rubric of “services”, with the issue of quality oflife, discussing the well-being in current societies.Facing this context, this article aims at reflectingon this topic through the lenses of magazine journalism.The paper sheds light on the way this typeof information simultaneously responds to certainsocial demands and nurtures them. The discussionaddresses historical questions and focuses on thedialogue between social issues and journalistic production,thus disclosing features of the magazine.It conceives of magazines as a specific medium ofcommunication, which elaborates, through segmentedpublications, an editorial construct in consonancewith a contemporary model of well-being.
Development Contextual Factors of the System of Media Responsibility in Romania
Daniela Aurelia Popa
EIRP Proceedings , 2012,
Abstract: The present study represents a research in incipient stage with the purpose of discovering certaincontextual aspects in the Romanian media. The starting point is represented by the analysis of several reportsdrafted at national and international level regarding the actual state of the instruments used to raise theawareness of the media in Romania. The action of raising awareness involves a precursory process ofinvestigating the rights, duties, actions and behavior norms in their professional activity. The journalist has toshape his opinion according to a set of ethical and deontological values so that the responsibility towards thepublic and its interest is situated first. The objectives of this study will point at aspects regarding thedetermination of the features of a context that is opportune and favorable for the implementation of a systemof media responsibility in Romania; establishing a degree of active involvement of the media organisms inRomania in the elaboration and implementation of a system of media responsibility; the identification of theactivities that can ensure the optimization of implementing a system of media responsibility in Romania; thehighlight of the effects of creating a context favorable for the implementation of a system of mediaresponsibility in Romania.
QUALITY POPULAR NEWSPAPERS: Ethics and sensationalism in a new standard of interior Journalism in Santa Catarina - Brazil
Laura Seligman
Brazilian Journalism Research , 2011,
Abstract: The circulation decrease of newspapers printed in Brazil, which followed an international trend, became a unique phenomenon observed in the country. The resumption of the editorial success of this media occurred with the adoption of new features that concentrate content and form on the lower classes. In the state of Santa Catarina, a representative sample of newspapers from all over the state was examined. To do that, we used Content Analysis according to Krippendorff’s definitions (1990). What we can see is the establishment of a new standard of interior Journalism in Santa Catarina, with the content focused on what is now classified as Quality Popular Journalism. It is the preference for the local viewpoint and for service to the community that is intended, abandoning traditional characteristics of this segment such as sensationalism.
A SPECIALIZATION THAT COMES FROM SPECIALTY: bringing closer magazine and specialized journalism in Vida Simples
Frederico De Mello Brand?o Tavares
Brazilian Journalism Research , 2011,
Abstract: This paper discusses the processes that involve the creation of a specialized magazine concerned with a major theme, reflecting on how, based on this context, it is possible to attain the form of a type of specialized journalism. It starts from an analysis of the editorials (“letters to the readers”) of Vida Simples (Simple Life), a monthly published by Editora Abril, noting how the magazine, when speaking of itself, allows the perception of its specific characteristics that compose its editorial identity and characterize the “form” of its journalism, its way of “being a magazine”. At the end of the text, there is the observation of how the issue of the quality of life - the central focus of the publication – by incorporating the journalistic logic of the magazine and at the same time being incorporated by it, makes it take on the appearance of a specialty which is consequently reflected in its specialization.
Estándares de calidad en la construcción de los relatos periodísticos sobre salud
MORALES,MARIO; VALLEJO,MARYLUZ;
Signo y Pensamiento , 2010,
Abstract: sixteen years after law 100 was passed, the national health system is unable to guarantee the fundamental right to life to all colombians. in recent years, this permanent claim has been covered by the media, which has given high visibility to this topic of public debate: this is shown through a study sample consisting of 1,265 items collected between march ist and june 30th, 2007, from 14 national and regional newspapers and tv news reports. even though efforts to improve information-coverage standards are evident, high quality levels are still to be attained. the logic of information follows globalization patterns, which often causes commercial interests to prevail over preventive coverage. as a result, the media end up favoring health care privatization politics.
Medical reporting recommendations: a gap between practical and theoretical approach of journalists in Italy
Di Croce,Marianna; Vercellesi,Luisa; Laccisaglia,Martina; Bruno,Flavia;
Annali dell'Istituto Superiore di Sanità , 2012, DOI: 10.4415/ANN_12_02_13
Abstract: objective: this survey involved medical reporters to identify degrees of theoretical and actual compliance to recommendations for health reporting. methods: the questionnaire was addressed to 450 italian journalists and obtained a redemption of 23.1%. results: major gaps between theoretical agreement and professional practice were: need of scientific background and continuing education; importance of avoiding sensationalism, assessment of scientific protocols and results, reporting of results as absolute risk and numbers needed to treat, attention to the conflict of interest. two homogeneous profiles emerged. group 1 includes journalists working in newspapers and shows a large gap between theory and practice. group 2 includes mainly journalists working in technical medical media and shows a higher consistency between the two settings. discussion: an improvement in theoretical understanding of medical literature is advisable, but interventions are needed in the working practice in particular in newspapers, a setting where approaches are more difficult.
Attidue of Senior Journalist in Pakistan and Perception to the Modern and Traditional Journalism in Pakistan
Masumah Esmaeily Ponkey
International Journal of Asian Social Science , 2012,
Abstract: In this article we will discuss the introduction of journalism and its history, specifically When journalism start in Pakistan, what is the traditional and modern journalism, attitude of senior journalists towards mass media in Pakistan ,What problems journalists are facing in Pakistan, perception of journalism in Pakistan, how can journalist can improve their work in Pakistan and final conclusion.
GAZETEC L KTE YEN B R Y NEL M: YURTTA GAZETEC L
Ruhdan UZUN
Selcuk Universitesi Sosyal Bilimler Enstitusu Dergisi , 2006,
Abstract: Today’s journalism has been shaped by the economic interests of medya moguls. This has ledto a new understanding of journalism. This new journalism approach, called civic journalism,highly debated among both academicians and journalists. It has been questioned whether civicjournalism is a revolution or a return to tradition in the journalism area.This article aims to discuss the nature and the outcomes of civic journalism that becamewidespread in USA in 1990’s but unknown in Turkey. In this context, it focuses on basicarguments and characteristics of civic journalism, and changing role of journalists, an therelations between civic journalism and new technologies.This article indicates that civic journalism is an approach that neglects economic andstructural restrictions of media and limites itself with superficial problems.
Em Cartaz: o jornalismo do futuro
QUADROS, Claudia,QUADROS, Itanel Quadros
Contemporanea : Revista de Comunica??o e Cultura , 2008,
Abstract: Fiction insights have always predicted how communication in the future would be. In this article, we have selected some films in order to observe what ind of approaches script writers have shown before and after the Internet. We have tried to depict the techniques, design, productive routine and distribution ways of the press media, counterpointing them with the contemporary applications of ciberjournalism. Some offerings, such as the news upon request and inspontaneous way, had already been perceived in attempts of journalism market and, even before that time, had appeared as futuristic fact in cinema and television. According to Bauman (2005), consumerist society needs desire satisfaction promises never before fulfilled by any other society. The Internet seems to solve technological problems to fulfill these desires, but existing models cannot perform satisfactorily, causing more complaints and expectancies.
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