The second edition of the book “Journalism in Latin America: Journalistic Culture of Ecuador” presents two new chapters, a review, update and graphic improvement of the analysis of the journalistic culture of Ecuador as representative of the Andean region and Latin America.
The book is structured in three parts. In the first of them (chapters I, II and III) the concept of Journalistic Cultures and its implications to the communication and studies in the area is developed and an approach to the concept and the reality of the journalistic culture characteristic of Latin America as a region is carried out. The second part of the work (chapters IV to VII) begins with the location and contextualization of our object of study, the journalistic and communicative reality of Ecuador. This theoretical basis will allow the reader to reach the third part of the book (chapters VIII to XV) with sufficient conceptualization and context management to delve into each of the dimensions of the journalistic culture addressed.
PART I: Journalistic Cultures
Chapter I: Journalistic Cultures
Chapter II: Journalistic Culture of Latin America
Chapter III: From where Journalistic Culture of Latin America comes, where it is, and where it [should] go
PART II: Journalistic Culture of Ecuador
Chapter IV: Journalistic Culture of Ecuador
Chapter V: Public Policies in Communication and Media System
Chapter VI: Professionalization of Journalism and Professionalism of Journalists in Ecuador
Chapter VII: Communication in Ecuador, funda- mental right or Public Service?
PART III: Journalistic Culture of Ecuador Project
Chapter VIII: Conceptual Framework
Chapter IX: Methodological Framework of contextual analysis
Chapter X: The perception of the influence factors of Ecuadorian journalists
Chapter XI: The self-perception of professional roles of Ecuadorian journalists
Chapter XII: The idea of objectivity of Ecuadorian journalists
Chapter XIII: The ethical guidelines of Ecuadorian journalists
Chapter XIV: The perception of professional auto- nomy of Ecuadorian journalists
Chapter XV: The trust levels in institutions of Ecuadorian journalists