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DOI: 10.31921/doxacom
Issue number: 12, January-June 2011


Javier Galán Gamero Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Title Diluted Journalist Summary That the media is crisis, journalism itself is in crisis, that the very foundation of journalism is a crisis, is more than evident and has been shown from different viewpoints by different authors, both academic, as journalism professionals, reaching a more or less explicit consensus that this crisis is not temporary, one more than the media who have suffered throughout their history, but structural and can lead to the disappearance of one's own profession, at least as we know it. The severity of this crisis, why it has generated and, in particular, possible solutions to it is what no longer exist such a broad consensus. In this paper we analyze the origins and reasons for the crisis, to define a diagnosis and, as far as possible solutions to the same or at least open some doors for hope and recovery of an essential activity for coexistence social. Keywords Journalism. Journalistic profession. Media. Professional ethics


doi: https://doi.org/10.31921/doxacom.n12a6


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