1. THE PERCEPTION OF JOURNALISM ETHICS. State of the art.
- Perception of the journalists
- Perception of the publishers, owners and managers
- Perception of the citizenship
- Perception of the Academy
2. PRINCIPLES AND CHALLENGES OF JOURNALISM TRANSMEDIA
- To know and include those potentialities why a story spreads virally and find out the possible motivations for users to share the message (expansion).
- Encourage curiosity of the "prosumer" in which you would deepen the information, searching for your account details (exploration).
- The effort to maintain interest in the story as it develops on different platforms that require sustained consumption (serialization).
- Report from the maximum possible number of prospects to win new audiences and, perhaps, add voices to the production process of journalistic message (coral story).
- Immerse the public in history that is transmitted it involves introducing alternative narratives that contribute to public understanding its true impact (immersion).
- The further penetrate the story in the daily life of the recipient, greater closeness and commitment can feel the audience (empathy).
- The world is complex and multifaceted, and the reporter should reflect the most of all its nuances (trueness).
- All journalistic work has consequences: if the recipient is involved in the message, is involved in the common task of solving social problems (action).
3. Journalistic Ethics
- Ethics Codes and transnational resolutions (IFJ, UNESCO, Council of Europe)
- National, regional and union Codes (FAPE, CPC, SPM, CXG ...)
- Books Style (El Pais, El Mundo, RTVE, Telemadrid, CCRTV, COPE ...)
- Newsroom Statutes (El Pais, El Mundo, Grupo Zeta, La Vanguardia, CCMA ...)
- Codes and sectoral manifestos (AIPET, UPV, ANIGP-TV ...)
- Recommendations and style guides (CAC, CAA, CPC, FAPE, IAM, Public, IJ, associations ...)
- Resolutions and reports (Commission on Arbitration, Complaints and Ethics of Journalism)
4. ETHICAL CHALLENGES AND ETHICS GUIDELINES ON REPORT TRANSMEDIA
- Conjecture, speculation and rumors
- Precision and accuracy
- Selection, appointment and credibility of sources
- Contextualization and deepening
- Libel and Slander
b) Balanced information
- Separation of information and opinion
- Information selection and inclusion professional criteria
c) Discursive procedures
- Correctly obtaining the material
- Certification and textual structures
- Selection, handling and management of image and sound
- Graphics and music
d) Recreations and distortions
- Elements of fiction and dramatizations
- Feedback for the presence of reporter
- Procedures deceptive and unlawful
- Anonymity and costumes
PERMANENT SEMINAR "DOCUMENTARY AND GENDER PERSPECTIVE"
This seminar addresses issues related to gender issues that should be considered during the process of constructing the documentary account. Its objective is to sensitize students about the implications of gender in orderly decisions in purely narrative or aesthetic appearance and to train communicators aware of their responsibility towards a more egalitarian society.