2012
DOI: 10.1590/s0104-62762012000100002
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Orgulho e preconceito: a "objetividade" como mediadora entre o jornalismo e seu público

Abstract: O artigo discute o valor da "objetividade" na construção do discurso e na orientação das práticas jornalísticas. A análise de revistas brasileiras semanais de informação permite observar que o ideal da objetividade e a afirmação dos valores morais não são excludentes: "fatos objetivos" e julgamentos complementam-se na legitimação do jornalismo como guardião dos valores sociais. O compartilhamento de posições sociais - e preconceitos - entre os jornalistas e seu público permite que perspectivas e interesses esp… Show more

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“…However, considering the prevalence of standardized rules and procedures does not imply understanding -how companies and journalists often propagate -that their productive processes would be an activity necessarily controlled by obedience to principles such as objectivity (Barros Filho, 1995;Marques, Miola & Siebra, 2014;Motta, 2013). In this case, there is a market issue to be considered: when affirming itself as having objective news reporting, the journalism tries to broaden its focus of action to enhance the control it exerts on the sphere of public visibility (Biroli & Miguel, 2012;Cook, 2005;Sparrow, 2006;Strömbäck, 2015). In other words, the political role of journalistic institutions may be revealed precisely through the alleged observation of the criteria and productive principles.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…However, considering the prevalence of standardized rules and procedures does not imply understanding -how companies and journalists often propagate -that their productive processes would be an activity necessarily controlled by obedience to principles such as objectivity (Barros Filho, 1995;Marques, Miola & Siebra, 2014;Motta, 2013). In this case, there is a market issue to be considered: when affirming itself as having objective news reporting, the journalism tries to broaden its focus of action to enhance the control it exerts on the sphere of public visibility (Biroli & Miguel, 2012;Cook, 2005;Sparrow, 2006;Strömbäck, 2015). In other words, the political role of journalistic institutions may be revealed precisely through the alleged observation of the criteria and productive principles.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…A conformação de um campo social próprio do jornalismo (BOURDIEU, 1997) implicou, então, a observação normativa de princípios como imparcialidade, objetividade e neutralidade (HARCUP;O'NEILL, 2001O'NEILL, , 2017. Nesse contexto, entre as estratégias utilizadas pelo jornalismo comercial, estão desde a adoção do lead até a separação entre as seções informativas e opinativas dos jornais MIGUEL, 2012;KAPLAN, 2012;VOS, 2011).…”
Section: As Funções Políticas Do Jornalismo Editorialunclassified
“…As Reporters Without Borders (2013) puts it, Brazil is the country of '30 Berlusconis'. The self-regulation of the media in Brazil today thus fails to guarantee independence and diversity, a failure that is particularly visible in the poor representation of working-class interests (Biroli & Miguel, 2012).…”
Section: The Brazilian Journalistic Field: Struggling For a Fully Frementioning
confidence: 99%
“…For instance, in responding to accusations that Globo helped to instigate Dilma's impeachment, the executive editor of Globo Francisco Amaral responded: 'we are simply doing our job, we are just attached to the facts' (Aljazeera, 2016). As Biroli and Miguel (2012) point out, objectivity in Brazilian journalism is an unrealizable ideal, and the claim to neutrality may be a way of validating hegemonic discourses.…”
Section: Knowledge As Authorship: the Tension Between Neutrality And mentioning
confidence: 99%