Recibido: 2015-08-18 / Aceptado: 2017-03-09

Periodismo literario, derechos humanos e integración: un caso portugués

Alice Trindade, Rita Inácio

DOI: 10.7764/cdi.40.814

Resumen


El periodismo literario informa historias reales que originan debate e interpretación, y por lo tanto tienen una función societaria. Este es el punto de partida epistemológico del artículo, que analiza cómo este género atrae a los lectores, mientras coloca en la agenda temática los derechos humanos y la integración. El corpus de análisis lo constituyen ocho artículos que ganaron el galardón portugués “Direitos Humanos & Integração”, entre 2006 y 2014. El objetivo es indagar cuáles son las motivaciones de los periodistas para el uso del periodismo literario, utilizando para eso metodología cualitativa. Llegamos a la conclusión que temas y género son mutuamente benéficos y que esto tiene cualidades importantes para el futuro del periodismo.

Palabras clave


periodismo literario; galardones periodísticos; derechos humanos; integración; Portugal

Como citar Trindade, A., & Inácio, R. (2017). Periodismo literario, derechos humanos e integración: un caso portugués. Cuadernos.Info, (40), 235-249. https://doi.org/10.7764/cdi.40.814

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