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New Journalisms

Code 13560
Year 1
Semester S1
ECTS Credits 6
Workload OT(15H)/TP(45H)
Scientific area Communication Sciences
Entry requirements Do not exist
Mode of delivery Theoretical and practical
Learning outcomes The Course Unit aims to identify and approach journalistic schools and trends which differ from the conventional and dominant journalistic paradigm. Students should get to know several innovate ways of conceiving and doing journalism and be able to reflect upon their characteristics; they should be able to critically debate on such trends and to understand its potential for a renewal or an enrichment of journalism in the present circumstances; students shoud aquire information that may enable them to develop non tradtional notions and techniques in doing journalism.
Syllabus 1. Literary journalism
2. Digital narratives
3. Journalism and imersion
4. Alternative journalisms
5. Participative journalism
6. Fact-checking as a journalistic movement
7. Slow journalism
Main Bibliography Atton, Chris e James F. Hamilton (2008). Alternative Journalism. Sage.
Conceição, Cíntia Silva e Vecchio-Lima, Miriam Regina (2021). Evoluções e experiências de um género híbrido: análise das características jornalístico-literárias nas edições da plataforma digital UOL TAB (2014-2018). Brazilian Journalism Research, vol. 17, 2.
Diniz, Amanda (2017). Fact-checking no ecossistema jornalístico digital: práticas, possibilidades e legitimação. Mediapolis, 5.
Kramer, Mark (1995): “Breakable Rules for Literary Journalists”, in N. Sims e M. Kramer (eds.), Literary Journalism: A new collection of the best American nonfiction. Niemen Foundation.
Le Masurier, Megan (2015). What is slow journalism. Journalism Practice, 9: 2.
Lenzi, Alexandre (2019). Narrativas imersivas no ciberjornalismo. Entre interfaces e Realidade Virtual. Rizoma, vol. 5, 2.
Nip, Joyce (2010). Routinization of charisma. The institutionalization of public journalism online. In J. Rosenberg, Public Journalism 2.0. NY: Routledge.
Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Criteria - Participation in classroom debates (20%)
- Preliminar report for a scientific article (10%)
- Scientific article (70%)
Language Portuguese. Tutorial support is available in English.
Last updated on: 2022-01-27

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