Reportagem: transgressão nas fronteiras do Jornalismo
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DescriptionThis study aims to investigate the transgression as a characteristic of reporting in print journalism. The starting point is the research of the evolutionary history of report, especially in Brazilian journalism, and his assertion as gender, differentiating the news. In the understanding of gender, we recorded the obstacles to its development in the country and the existence of a “report crisis” nowadays. Journalism is observed in a systemic perspective, using angles of semiotic analysis, which lead us to the notion of border territory, suggested to locate the report. The theoretical concepts of transgression and notions related to the term, combined with contributions from the various fields of knowledge, allows the construction of a framework with characteristics of journalistic transgression, put on probation in the case studies. We believe that this study contributes to the observation of transgressive journalistic practices, checking your potential deautomatization, processing and system reconfiguration.