The Observatory of Journalistic Ethics (objETHOS) is carried out by the Department of Journalism and the Postgraduate Program in Journalism (PPGJOR) of the Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil.
The project started in september 2009 as a research initiative, accompaniment and monitoring of ethics practiced by journalists and media. Our team consists of experienced researchers from five renowned brazilian universities (UFSC, UFF, UFBA, Feevale and UFPel), and researchers in training at the doctoral, masters and graduation level.
We develop researches for doctoral and masters theses, besides specific studies about journalistic ethics, media criticism, professional identity, technologies associated with journalism, new business models, alternative models of journalistic production, independent media, and new configurations of the information environment.
In objETHOS website are gathered studies about conduct and values in journalism, with an emphasis on reflections about professional ethics and deontology, as well as reviews of films, papers and research reports, e-books, videos, interviews, codes of ethics and other materials.
Our researches are supported by Extension of UFSC, Capes and CNPq. The objETHOS is a member of the National Network of Press Observatories (Renoi), which brings together academic brazilian initiatives and media monitoring professionals. The objETHOS is a member of Portuguese-Speaken Network for the Quality of Information (RLQI), Forum on the Right to Access Public Information, Rights Coalition on the Network (CDR) and National Network to Combat Disinformation (RNCD).
We maintain partnerships and cooperation agreements with Red Ética Segura (Fundación Nuevo Periodismo Iberoamericano, Colombia), with Universidad Autónoma de Bucaramanga (Colômbia), with Ceis20 (University of Coimbra, Portugal), and with the Observatório de Imprensa.
Dr. Francisco José Castihos Karam & Dr. Rogério Christofoletti
Dr. Álisson Coelho (CV)
Dr. Carlos Castilho (CV)
Dr. Carlos Nascimento Marciano (CV)
Dra. Janara Nicoletti (CV)
Dr. Jéferson Silveira Dantas (CV)
Dra. Livia de Souza Vieira, Ielusc (CV)
Dr. Ricardo José Torres (CV)
Dra. Silvia Meirelles, UFPel (CV)
Dra. Sylvia Moretzsohn, UFF (CV)
Dra. Vanessa Pedro (CV)
Dairan Mathias Paul (CV)
Juliana de Amorim Rosas (CV)
Juliana Freire Bezerra (CV)
Kalianny Bezerra de Medeiros (CV)
Lauriano Atílio Benazzi (CV)
Luiza Mylena Costa Silva (CV)
Mariane Nava (CV)
Natália Huf (CV)
Raphaelle C. Batista de Lima (CV)
Juliana Naime Ferrari (CV)
Our former researchers:
Alessandro Moreira, Andressa Kikuti Dancosky; Bianca Anacleto Francisco, Cândida de Oliveira, Carlos Henrique Costa, Carolina Dantas, Carolina Pompeo Grando, Cesar Soto, Daniel Giovanaz, Elaine Manini, Evandro de Assis, Flavio Toassi Crispim, Giulia Oliveira Gaia, Giuliana Kelly Butkenicius de Arruda, Guilherme Longo Triches, Gustavo Lacerda Falluh, Isabel Cristina Silveira, Isadora Mafra, Isabela Petrini Moya, Jacques Mick, Jeana Laura da Cunha Santos, João Somma Neto, Klay Karen, Leonel Camasão, Lucas Pasqual, Luis Alberto Fernández Silva, Mariana da Rosa Silva, Marianne Oliveira Ternes, Melissa Bergonsi, Milena Lumini, Siliana Dalla Costa, Sofia Mayer Dörner, Thiago Amorim Caminada, Vanessa Hauser, Yolanda Cardoso.
Observatory of Journalistic Ethics (objETHOS)
Departamento de Jornalismo – Centro de Comunicação e Expressão
Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina (UFSC)
Campus Universitário – Trindade
Florianópolis (SC), Brazil