Checking date: 03/05/2019


Course: 2019/2020

Emerging journalistic profiles adapted to the web-society
(14655)
Study: Master in Applied Research in Media (248)
EPH


Coordinating teacher: FRANCO ALVAREZ, MARIA GUILLERMINA

Department assigned to the subject: Department of Journalism and Audiovisual Communication

Type: Electives
ECTS Credits: 3.0 ECTS

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Competences and skills that will be acquired and learning results.
Students should be able to identify emerging profiles of journalism in the new network society and topics associate to them with different areas of specialized journalism. This is postgraduate course, so it means an introduction to research. For those students who must demonstrate their knowledge about previous academic research, published in the main journals in different areas of communication. The course is not intended as a professional approach, which must have been acquired in undergraduate studies, but allow an approach from communication research. The student should demonstrate they have acquired the skills necessary to initiate an academic research in course from perspective of network society.
Description of contents: programme
BLOCK I: THEORETICAL CONCEPTS FOR UNDERSTAND CURRENT JOURNALISM TOPIC 1.- Global Perspectives in Journalism: from the Mediamorfosis de Fidler and the transformation of the media until the Convergence: Cultural and in the Writing. ITEM 2. -Transmedia Narratives and New trends of Models of Transmedia Narrative Media. BLOCK II. THE IMAGE AS AN ELEMENT TRANSPARATIONAL NARRATIVE IN THE CONTEXT JOURNALISTIC. ITEM 3.- Specialized Journalism. Photography or Image in the reporter as a fundamental element of the Narrative process. THEME 4.- Introduction to Visual Narrative from Culture Visual of Mirzoeff. BLOCK III. VISUAL NARRATIVE INFORMATIVE VERSUS DATA JOURNALISM. SUBJECT 5.- Narrative Visual Information Resources: The Infographics as a journalistic genre. UNIT 6. - Models and Trends in Visualization and Design of Information: Data Journalism.
Learning activities and methodology
The subject has 3 ECTS credits. The training activities linked to this subject are closely linked to the didactic units taught and the theoretical sessions. In relation to the methodology, a system of expository methodology of the theory will be applied and pedagogical elements and tools will be used to provide interactivity between the student and the teacher in class with pedagogical character, applying for their analysis techniques of group dynamization, exhibitions and analyzing Some of the texts and essays related to the taught subject supported with open debates between the different members of the group that will make up the subject. Finally, the tutoring regime will be face-to-face and personalized with the student of the group to consult questions and bibliography
Assessment System
  • % end-of-term-examination 40
  • % of continuous assessment (assigments, laboratory, practicals...) 60
Basic Bibliography
  • Scolari, Carlos Alberto. Narrativas transmedia : cuando todos los medios cuentan . Planeta Libros. 2013
  • Borden, S. . Journalism as practice : MacIntyre, virtue ethics and the press.. Ashgate, Cop. Burlington.. (2007).
  • Borden, S. . Journalism as practice : MacIntyre, virtue ethics and the press.. Ashgate, Cop. Burlington..
  • Borden, S. (2007).. Journalism as practice : MacIntyre, virtue ethics and the press.. Ashgate, Cop. Burlington..
  • Cairo Alberto.. Infografía 2.0. Alamut. 2008
  • Elías, Carlos. El selfie de Galileo. Software social, político e intelectual del siglo XXI. Península/Grupo Planeta. 2015
  • Franco Álvarez Guillermina. Infografía, Mapas y Visualización de Información.. Dykinson. 2019
  • Franco Álvarez, Guillermina. La Infografía Periodística.. Anroart. 2005
  • Franco Álvarez, Guillermina. La Infografía Periodística.. Anroart. 2005
  • Jenkins, H y Thorburn. D. . Democracy and new media. MIT Press. Cambridge. Massachusetts. (2003).
  • Jenkins, H y Thorburn. D. (2003).. Democracy and new media. MIT Press. Cambridge. Massachusetts.
  • Jenkins, H. (2006). Convergence culture. New York Univerity Press. Nueva York. (edición en español en Paidós, 2008).
  • Kalantzis-Cope and Gherab-Martin, Karim (eds) (2012). Emerging Digital Spaces in Contemporay Society. Properties of Technology. Palgrave-Mamillan. New York.
  • Kawamoto, K. (2003). Digital journalism: emerging media and the changing horizons of journalism. Rowman & Littelefield. Lanham.
  • Lévi, Pierre. (1997).. Collective Intelligence: Mankind¿s Emerging world in Cyberspace. Perseus Book. Cambridge.
  • Park, D.W. y Pooley J. (2008).. The history of media and communication research. Peter Lang. New York..
  • Park, D.W. y Pooley J. (2008).. The history of media and communication research. Peter Lang. New York..
  • Reese, S. D. (2001). Framing public life: perspectives on media and our understanding of the social World. Erlbaw Associates. New Jersey.
  • Salmon, Christian (2008). Storytelling: The machine that fabricates histories and forms spirits. Pennsylvania State University Press. Pennsylvania (edición en español en Península, 2009).
  • Seán gearárd mccloskey. Citizens not Slaves.. Copyrightmaterial.. (2017)
  • Valero Sancho, José Luis.. La Infografía. Bellaterra. 2002
  • Valero Sancho, José Luis.. La Infografía. Bellaterra. 2002
  • Zelizer, B. . The Changing Faces of Journalism : Tabloidization, Technology and Truthiness. Routledge. New York.. (2009)
  • Zelizer, B. (2009). The Changing Faces of Journalism : Tabloidization, Technology and Truthiness. Routledge. New York..

The course syllabus and the academic weekly planning may change due academic events or other reasons.


More information: http://www.uc3m.es/portal/page/portal/dpto_periodismo_comunicacion_audiovisual/periodismo/personal/carlos_elias_perez