The portuguese literary/narrative journalism and its latinoamerican connection

Authors

  • Manuel João De Carvalho Coutinho Nova University of Lisbon

Keywords:

literary journalism, identity, culture, history

Abstract

A  study  about  literary  journalism  goes  through  reading  of  great  pieces  of  journalistic  and  academic  works;  nevertheless,  many  of  them  belong  to  Anglo-Saxon  countries,  which  lead  us  to  the question:  will  not  be  there  a  mastery  of  concepts  that  not  always  define other international realities, such as the new journalism or the  immersion?  To  understand  what  the  literary  journalism  is,  especially the Portuguese, it is necessary to begin the study of this issue collating the gender that to distinguish each nation with other international cases (as well as those belonging to English speaking countries).

In this way, and trying to understand the literary journalism practiced in  Portugal,  the  aim  of  this  research  is  overcoming  this  Anglo-Saxon legacy, but also it be capable to establish a connection with the  journalism  in  the  latino-American  reality.  This  study  wants  to  show is how this gender has similarities in both realities. For this, the history and recent culture of both spheres must be understood, defining the origins of current literary journalism, as their structural model and social influence.

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Author Biography

Manuel João De Carvalho Coutinho, Nova University of Lisbon

PhD student at the Nova University of Lisbon, Faculty of Social and Human Sciences (Portugal).

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Published

2016-11-25

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De Carvalho Coutinho, M. J. (2016). The portuguese literary/narrative journalism and its latinoamerican connection. Folios, Revista De La Facultad De Comunicaciones Y Filología, (31), 107–133. Retrieved from https://revistas.udea.edu.co/index.php/folios/article/view/326294

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