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Author: Fernández-Reyes, Rogelio
Department: Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Periodismo II
Date: 2013
Published in: Comunicación, cultura e esferas de poder: XIII Congreso Internacional IBERCOM, 29,30 e 31 de maio (2013),
Document type: Presentation
Abstract: El crecimiento de la extralimitación de la especie humana en varios umbrales ambientales conlleva el aumento de las probabilidades de desequilibrio y/o colapso en la ecoesfera. El cambio climático es una muestra de ello. Se está erigiendo en el prin...
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The growth of the overshoot of the human species in various environmental thresholds leads to increasing the likelihood of imbalance and / or collapse of the ecosphere. Climate change is an example of this. It is emerging as the main engine of global change. Opting to a cultural change in which media can have a prominent role, facilitating a systemic change is needed. In this article we examine the thematic agenda in the “journalism in transition”. This journalism in transition aspires to pursue a social function in the process of cultural change with sustainability as axis. References are collected of movement Transition Towns´ discourse in the Spanish state to study its presence in research on environmental journalism. The result is a very limited representation of references of "transition" in the bibliography of this specialized
Cite: Fernández-Reyes, R. (2013). Agenda temática en un periodismo en transición. En Comunicación, cultura e esferas de poder: XIII Congreso Internacional IBERCOM, 29,30 e 31 de maio, Facultade de Ciencias da Comunicació, Universidade de Santiago de Compostela.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11441/68175

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