Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas/Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Print version ISSN 1645-5681On-line version ISSN 2183-5462
Media & Journalism is thus open to a wide and plural range of approaches and perspectives. The methodologies used can be very diverse but in all cases scientific accuracy and rigour is required. The articles shall contribute to a profound and critical knowledge of issues related to media, journalism and democracy; media and social identities; media history; journalism and ethics; political economy of media; media strategies; television and society; new media and new forms of journalism; journalism as an interpretative community.