Media and journalism as forms of knowledge: a methodology for critical reading of journalistic audiovisual narratives
Keywords: journalistic audiovisual narratives, methodology, media and education, journalism education, universities webTVs.
AbstractThe work presents a methodology for the analysis of journalistic audiovisual narratives, and instrument of critical reading of news contents and formats which utilize audiovisual language and multimedia resources on TV and on the web. It is assumed that the comprehension of the dynamic combinations of the elements which constitute the audiovisual text contributes to a better perception of the meanings of the news, and that uses of the digital tools in a critical and creative way can collaborate in the practice of citizenship and in the perfection of current journalistic practice, highlighting the importance of the training of future professionals. The methodology proposed here is supported by technical references established in the possible dialogues of the research works in the journalism field itself with the contributions of Media Literacy, of Televisual Analysis, of Cultural Studies and of Discourse Analysis.
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Becker, B. (2012). Media and journalism as forms of knowledge: a methodology for critical reading of journalistic audiovisual narratives. MATRIZes, 5(2), 231-250. https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.1982-8160.v5i2p231-250