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Encontro Anual da SBPJor

SBPJor - Encontro Nacional de Pesquisadores em Jornalismo

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16º SBPJor - FIAM-FAAM/UAM - São Paulo/SP (2017)
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15º SBPJor - USP - São Paulo/SP (2017)
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14º SBPJor - Unisul - Palhoça/SC (2016)
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Encontro Anual do JPJor

Encontro Nacional de Jovens Pesquisadores em Jornalismo

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7º JPJor - USP - São Paulo/SP (2017)
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6º JPJor - Unisul - Palhoça/SC (2016)
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Brazil-France-Francophone Belgium Conference 2018

1st Brazil-France-Francophone Belgium Journalism Research Conference: The Sociocultural Frontiers of Journalism in Brazil and in Francophone space

November 12-13, 2018 at São Paulo, Brazil

Historically, journalism has always nourished on neighboring spaces, such as literature, the fine arts and the social sciences (Ruellan, 1993, 2017). This relationship goes back to the very "birth" of journalism, marked by a flow of actors, practices and even epistemologies from different backgrounds. And it does not disappear despite the current process of automatization of journalism. In fact, journalism continues to refer to this intellectual inheritance, which is constitutive of it. As show by diachronic research (Costa, 2005; Pereira, 2011; Ruellan, 2017),  journalism often changes in parallel with other sociocultural practices, adopting common innovations, sharing conventions, and influencing each field on a regular basis over time. In a way, the history of journalism and journalism intersects with the history of literature, the arts, the social sciences, cinema...

In some cases, these exchanges may give rise to new segments, situated in the interstice between two sociocultural practices and enjoying an autonomous set of conventions, distinct forms of content production and diffusion, and specific audiences (Ruellan, 1993). The most illustrative case is that of literary journalism, a practice shared between journalists and writers and that, throughout the 20th century, developed specific forms of production and narration of the themes of society, using, for this, literary fiction techniques and journalistic reporting. But it is also possible to think of more contemporary segments, such as web docs and new formats of storytelling, in which the languages ​​of journalism, cinema and the arts are mixed in the constitution of a new practice located at the interface of these social worlds. Something similar happens in the exchange relations journalism establishes with the social sciences that can give rise to exchanges between journalists and academics, directed at specific audiences. It is the case of vehicles of media criticism in which the sociological practice of critical reading of the media is reappropriated from journalistic language.

Some segments, such as literary journalism, are so widespread and established in society that they can even claim some kind of disciplinary autonomy (Bak, 2018). Others may have a more ephemeral or restricted existence, but they do not fail to produce long-term effects on the renewal of practices in journalism and literature. It is the case of the adoption of techniques of making off in the journalistic and literary narratives (Costa, 2005) or the role of the experiments produced in 1960-1970´s  cultural books in the process of modernization of Brazilian journalism (Abreu, 2012, Dines, 2013; Goulart, 2003).

Therefore, studying the socio-cultural boundaries of journalism means reflecting on the dynamics of transformation, diversification and cooperation between journalists and other social spaces. This theme, so dear to Brazilian, French and Belgian community of researchers, will be debated at the occasion of the 1st Brazil-France-Belgium Francophone Colloquium on Journalism Studies, organized by SBPJor in partnership with GIS-Journalisme and Université Libre de Bruxelles.

Interested participants are invited to submit an abstract up to 1,000 words in length via SBPJor’s Open Conference System (http://sbpjor.org.br/congresso/index.php/BFFB/BFFB2018). The deadline for submissions is May 30, 2018. SBPJor is a Brazilian association dedicated to foster, since 2004, research on journalism (theoretical and empirical work). It publishes the Brazilian Journalism Research (BJR), a tri-annual journal edited in English and Portuguese/Spanish. For further information about the Colloquium please visit our website (sbpjor.org.br).

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Prêmio Adelmo Genro Filho

O Prêmio Adelmo Genro Filho de Pesquisa em Jornalismo foi criado pela Associação Brasileira de Pesquisadores em Jornalismo em 2004 e se destina a reconhecer a qualidade do trabalho acadêmico realizado nas universidades ou nos centros/institutos de pesquisa, valorizando a atuação individual dos pesquisadores. Sua finalidade é identificar anualmente quais os pesquisadores que apresentaram contribuições relevantes para o campo da pesquisa em jornalismo, de modo a construir/consolidar a identidade do nosso campo científico.

 

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Acesse as informações do PAGF 2017: http://sbpjor.org.br/congresso/index.php/adelmo/pagf2018

Para submeter seu trabalho ao PAGF 2017 acesse: http://sbpjor.org.br/congresso/index.php/adelmo/pagf2018/schedConf/cfp

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Colóquio Brasil-Índia 2017

I Brazil-India Journalism Research Colloquium

Brazil and India journalists not only address the limits of conventional reporting, such as deadlines, but also face additional challenges in their task on the building of enduring reports and carriers. The same phenomena can be noted in the day to day life of professors and researchers of this field of knowledge. In the two countries, many are the obstacles found, from lack of financial resources to an increasing precariousness of the labor markets. Despite them all, however, both professional categories have been producing complex coverages and researches.

This current call for the 1st Brazil-India Journalism Research Colloquium aims to foster the discussions of both communities, encouraging the presentation of challenging scenarios, but also solutions which might contribute to journalists, educators and researchers from these countries.  The objective of the colloquium is to explore the central theme “Rethinking Journalism on a Global South Perspective“ and to exam a variety of issues with professional, pedagogical, technological, thematic, and ethical approaches. Practitioners, professors, researchers and scholarship students are welcome.

Interested participants are invited to submit an abstract up to 1,000 words in length via SBPJor’s Open Conference System (http://sbpjor.org.br/congresso/index.php/brasil-india/CBI2017/index). The deadline for submissions is June 15, 2017. SBPJor is a Brazilian association dedicated to foster, since 2004, research on journalism (theoretical and empirical work). It publishes the Brazilian Journalism Research (BJR), a tri-annual journal edited in English and Portuguese/Spanish. For further information about the Colloquium please visit our website here.

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