1st Conceptual and methodological tools of narratological analysis: modalization (enunciative structuring, modes and points of view in narrative voices, strategies of discursive dialogism); Timing (order, rhythm); Spatialization; Worlds of fiction, etc.
2nd Evolution of the compositional forms of the story through a very condensed selection of stories and novels, from a chronological perspective and with the emphasis placed on the writers who inspire the main forms of journalistic narrative.
3º Study of the narrative models of the main milestones in the contemporary history of the literary narrative in the press: from Hemingway to the new American journalism (Capote, Wolfe); From García Márquez to Kapucinski, through the Spanish tradition of journalistic narrative (Noucentisme, Julio Camba, etc.).
4th Study of the narrative forms of current journalism. Microrrelates: the articuento. Theory of the intermedial narrative: from the photographic essay to the journalistic report.
5º New forms of narrative and narrative articulation in digital journalism: blogs, RSS, narrative implications of new methods of visualization of information, etc.