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  1. Introduction
  2. Cultural journalism
  3. Theatre
  4. History of the Brazilian theater
  5. Social relevance
  6. Conclusion

The emergence of new communication technologies offers the recontextualization of a large set of spheres of collective experience, their knowledge and practices. Journalism is one of these spheres, constituted as a specialized competence within the field of social narratives, which, from the early stage of modernity gained importance in the developed set of operations to consolidate and take what generally is called Western culture. Produced within a highly institutionalized system, marked by the standard and technology, journalism will slowly migrating to a room dominated by the machine, in a world that offers comprehensive and transparent. This transmutation occurs slowly and often without their operators are unable to realize the subtlety of this displacement.

Journalism professional develops a series of activities based on a set of procedures capable of transmitting versions of facts or events. Its basic function is to report with maximum precision and cohesion possible what happened. The techniques used will be specific to each audience and communication vehicle.
Currently, professional journalists for activity options has proven quite vast. In addition to the traditional media - newspaper, radio and TV - there is a market which, although still maturing phase, proves to be very promising: the Internet, that is, the electronic journalism.

[...] Rio de Janeiro, the City of Rio de Janeiro BUNNY, José Teixeira. Apeste language. Folha de Sao Paulo, 03/30/97 notebook More, p CUNHA, J. C's. And the theater performer. Interview. Serial, n.14, July / SET button FERAL, J. The Greeks in Cartoucherie: search forms. Serial, n.14, July / SET button GAMA, Lucia Helena. In the Bar of Life: Cultural production and sociability in Sao Paulo-1940-50. [...]


[...] The artists then, state employees, fulfilled an educational function, as interpreters of a collective state of mind: democracy. According to Cunha (2002, p.13) On days as misfits, becomes increasingly distant this idea of theater as an aesthetic responsible educational element. Increasingly becomes difficult to maintain large cast of groups and stable and risk already say that in our society the theater is not an element whose importance is real. Increasingly we see the theater concerned in doing theater for yourself or for the mainstream media, and artists waiting for their rise in major means of dissemination, forgot your possibility of training, social and cultural intervention. [...]


[...] Journalism professional develops a series of activities based on a set of procedures capable of transmitting versions of facts or events. Its basic function is to report with maximum precision and cohesion possible what happened. The techniques used will be specific to each audience and communication vehicle. Currently, professional journalists for activity options has proven quite vast. In addition to the traditional media - newspaper, radio and TV - there is a market which, although still maturing phase, proves to be very promising: the Internet, that is, the electronic journalism. The journalism is a common good of society. [...]


[...] The modern Brazilian theater. Sao Paulo: Perspective RAMOS, MCO The new Brazilian communications. In: Ladislaus Dowbor; Octavio Ianni; Pedro Paulo Resende; Hélio Silva. (Org.). Communication challenges. Petropolis: Voices Sevcenko, Nicholas. Literature mission: social tensions and cultural creation in the First Republic ed. Sao Paulo, Brasiliense SILVA, Juremir Axe. The Poverty of the Brazilian Journalism: the media certainties. Petropolis: Voices, 2001. [...]


[...] These concepts are small elements for understanding the importance of journalism and that only university education can qualify. Moreover, it is irresponsible for information processing: calculation, research, editing, publishing and distribution is a complex system that requires a broad knowledge in sociology, philosophy, history, geography, economics and many other areas. In a globalized and complex world the training of professionals in the field of university degree is no longer enough. In any professional field, the company requires a qualified person and that can meet their demands in the case of journalism, information. [...]

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