O jornalismo participativo como território partilhado

práticas e narrativas

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https://doi.org/10.34629/cpublica.476

Palavras-chave:

digitalização, jornalismo público, jornalismo cidadão, jornalismo participativo

Resumo

Considerando a perda do monopólio da recolha, edição e difusão de conteúdos informativos, este artigo pretende contribuir para o debate sobre os desafios que se colocam ao jornalismo profissional. Procedeu-se a uma revisão da literatura centrada nas formas de participação dos cidadãos, tendo em vista estabilizar definições conceptuais sobre jornalismo público, jornalismo cidadão e jornalismo participativo, bem como identificar as respetivas características pertinentes. O quadro teórico resultante dessa revisão orientou a estratégia de recolha de dados através de um inquérito por questionário realizado junto de estudantes de ciências da comunicação. Os resultados da investigação permitem analisar mecanismos de deliberação e de interatividade que podem contribuir para a construção do jornalismo participativo como um território de compromisso entre os jornalistas e os cidadãos.

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Biografia Autor

Adelino Cunha, Universidade Europeia; Universidade NOVA de Lisboa

Doutorado em História Contemporânea e doutorando em Ciências da Comunicação, investigador da Universidade NOVA de Lisboa e regente de História Contemporânea do IADE-Universidade Europeia. É autor dos livros: A Ascensão ao Poder de Cavaco Silva (2005); Álvaro Cunhal – Retrato Pessoal e Íntimo (2010/2019) (Plano Nacional de Leitura 2017); António Guterres – Os Segredos do Poder (2013); Os Filhos da Clandestinidade (2016); e Júlio de Melo Fogaça – Biografia (2018) (Plano Nacional de Leitura 2019). Publica regularmente ensaios e artigos académicos sobre História e Jornalismo.

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2022-12-15

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Cunha, A. (2022). O jornalismo participativo como território partilhado: práticas e narrativas. Comunicação Pública, 17(33). https://doi.org/10.34629/cpublica.476

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DOSSIÊ TEMÁTICO: Literacia Mediática: estratégias para fortalecer a cidadania e a democracia