Teorias normativas do jornalismo na Rússia: estado de origem

Palavras-chave: Jornalismo, Teoria Normativa, Jornalismo Russo

Resumo

Teorias normativas do jornalismo são um objeto clássico de pesquisa. Nesta área existem abordagens e esquemas canônicos, que, no entanto, estão constantemente sujeitos a dúvidas e mudanças. O estudo histórico e teórico da experiência russa oferece uma oportunidade não só para ver interpretações originais do tema clássico, mas também oferecer abordagens não-tradicionais para a classificação das teorias normativas. O autor analisa as declarações e as práticas dos excelentes escritores, jornalistas e pensadores russos dos séculos XVIII-XIX, que estavam preocupados com o papel da imprensa na sociedade. Como resultado, surge a base para a identificação de três tipos de características normatividade para o jornalismo russo no passado e no presente. Ou seja, eles são: directiva, profissional-deontológica ou profissional-pragmática.

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Biografia do Autor

Sergey G. Korkonosenko, Saint Petersburg State University
Professor and Chair, Department of the Theory of Journalism and Mass Communications

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Publicado
2017-01-02
Como Citar
Korkonosenko, S. G. (2017). Teorias normativas do jornalismo na Rússia: estado de origem. Revista FAMECOS, 24(1), ID24742. https://doi.org/10.15448/1980-3729.2017.1.24742
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Jornalismo