Bachelor's degree in Sport and Exercise Science (from 2008-2009)

Sports Journalism

Course code
4S02097
Name of lecturer
Alberto Nuvolari
Coordinator
Alberto Nuvolari
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3
Academic sector
M-EDF/02 - SPORT SCIENCES AND METHODOLOGY
Language of instruction
Italian
Period
I SEMESTRE dal Oct 1, 2018 al Jan 25, 2019.

Lesson timetable

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Learning outcomes

Our purpose is to inform students about an aspect of communication which has over time taken on an important and growing role, and to provide them with basic knowledge and useful tools to be able to communicate in working life.

Syllabus

Synthesis of sport journalism history; evolution of language in sports chronicles; communication strategy; reading and analyzing newspapers; role of sports magazines; radio and television journalism sports; literature and sport; interview technique; relationship between press and institutions; chronicle and commentary on a sporting event; football and journalism; journalism and doping; sports and disability and paralympical reality

SUGGESTED TEXTS
"I SENZABRERA" - Autore: Spigarolo

Activity Report A.A. 2015-2016: the undersigned, together with the expert journalist prof. Adalberto Scemma, after putting in evidence some of the basic notions of journalism, conducted lectures by inviting journalists and writers in the sports sector of newspapers, periodicals, radio and television and books; executives of Coni, federations, institutions. The guests have told their experience to students who have asked specific questions, getting ideas to realize articles. With the companies of Chievo, Hellas, Marmi Lanza and Tezenis and others, it has entered into an agreement for accreditation, in order the request of the students, during the league matches.

Reference books
Author Title Publisher Year ISBN Note
Spigarolo I Senzabrera 2011

Assessment methods and criteria

The student must write four articles - a chronicle, an interview, a review of a sports book, a deepening. All the articles with eyelet, title and subtitle. The oral test relates about the content of the material presented.





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