Era uma vez um crime : representaçőes do mal na revista Veja

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Menezes, Mariana Leijoto Pinto Oliveira e
Guimarães, Alexandre Huady Torres
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Paiero, Denise Cristine
Batista, Cicélia Pincer
The magazine journalism has always tried to approach its readers through thematic and narrative organization, in a more distinct and deep form, - even because of its periodicity - than daily newspaper. In the reports and materials produced on violence, literary and opinionated bias becomes evidenced by the use of narrative resources that reveal a sophisticated narrative environment with intentions, ideologies and ways of conduct that communicate with the society and its way of dealing with the brutal and the grotesque. The purpose of this dissertation research project, initiated during journalism graduation is to verify, through the analysis of Elize Matsunaga's case report published in Veja magazine, how narrative elements engender in the journalistic production to deal with violence and use literature references to fairy tales to connect with the reader. In addition to conceptualizing the magazine journalism and its discursive strategies, this study analyzes the magazine's means of production, and studies verbal and non-verbal texts associated with fairy tales in the selected corpus to finally look into the journalistic- and human need- to narrate, discuss and think evil.
jornalismo , revista , contos de fadas , violência , sensacionalismo.
MENEZES, Mariana Leijoto Pinto Oliveira e. Era uma vez um crime : representaçőes do mal na revista Veja. 2016. 143 f. Dissertação( Letras) - Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie, São Paulo.