In this course, students will contact several journalistic genres (news, features, profiles and columns) and will be able, at the end, to produce high quality journalism works to be published in national newspapers or magazines.
In this course, it is expected that students:
1) understand and apprehend the differences between journalism genres;
2) will be able to adequately gather information in order to prepare and write a journalistic text;
3) contact, through actual cases, the ethical rules of the journalistic profession;
4) frequently produce high quality journalistic texts.
António Maria Salvado Coxito Granado
Weekly - 3
Total - 280
GODINHO, Jacinto (2009) As origens da reportagem Imprensa, Lisboa, Livros Horizonte.
KOVACH, Bill e ROSENSTIEL, Tom (2005) Os Elementos do Jornalismo, Porto, Porto Editora.
MARTINS, Rui Cardoso (2015) Levante-se o Réu, Lisboa, Tinta da China.
PÚBLICO (2005) Livro de Estilo, 2ªed, Lisboa, Público.
Classes include theoretical lectures, practical analysis of case-studies and collective discussion of the students´ texts.
- One column 10 % - Participation in class 10 %(20%), - One profile (20%), - Two news stories 15 %- Two feature articles 45 %(60%)
The syllabus of this course will cover: a) the analysis of the characteristics of journalism writing; b) the analysis of different journalism genres; c) the study of the newsgathering procedures and validation of journalistic information; d) the production of journalistic texts, in order to be published on a seminar website or in a national Portuguese newspaper or magazine.
Programs where the course is taught: