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Comunicação móvel, jornalismo móvel, digitalização, convergência, mobilidade, inovação, personalização, ubiquidade

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A era dos celulares colocou a convergência comunicativa em um novo estágio. A mobilidade abriu um grande campo na mutável sociedade em rede. A produção científica sobre jornalismo móvel adquiriu um maior protagonismo graças às melhoras técnicas dos dispositivos e à democratização do acesso aos conteúdos por parte dos usuários. Nos últimos dez anos, produziu-se uma aceleração nas inovações tecnológicas que se traduziu em um maior interesse por esta área de estudo. Neste trabalho, foram analisados artigos sobre dispositivos móveis e jornalismo a fim de definir o momento atual do processo e situar o papel que ocupam no cenário convergente. O método foi uma revisão sistemática da literatura científica (SLR) de 199 artigos publicados entre janeiro de 2008 e maio de 2018 na base de dados Web of Science. A validação seguiu os critérios de inclusão e exclusão, identificação da base de dados, motores de busca, e avaliação e descrição de resultados. Os achados indicam que nos o maior número de publicações relacionadas com este tema se concentra nos Estados Unidos e que o auge da produção científica sobre jornalismo móvel se deu em 2013. Conclui-se que existe um predomínio de publicações relacionadas com os actantes em detrimento daquelas que versam sobre atores ou audiências.

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