Lidando com a Bagunça (que fizemos): detalhando hibridismo, normatividade e complexidade nos estudos de jornalismo

Tamara Witschge, C. W. Anderson, David Domingo, Alfred Hermida

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Neste artigo, discutimos a ascensão e o uso do conceito de hibridismo nos estudos de jornalismo. O hibridismo permitiu uma intervenção significativa em uma disciplina que tinha a tendência de focar em uma compreensão estável e homogênea do campo. Não obstante, agora devemos reconsiderar seu desenvolvimento, uma vez que o conceito somente nos permite entender parcialmente os desenvolvimentos do jornalismo. Argumentamos que para a pesquisa evoluir de uma maneira produtiva, devemos, ao invés de indicar tudo o que for complexo e híbrido, desenvolver novas abordagens para nosso objeto de estudo. Em última análise, isso é um convite aberto ao campo para adotar abordagens experimentalistas baseadas na prática, que nos ajudem a superar as dualidades limitadas que por muito tempo regeu nosso trabalho teórico e empírico no campo.

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Trabalho de fronteiras; complexidade; construtivismo; abordagem experimentalista; hibridismo; estudos de jornalismo; normatividade; teoria da prática.

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