Therefore, to understand what it will pass pelanoite in the National Periodical, we must try to interpret a set of objective relations deforas that they constitute the journalistic field. This field is legitimated for the social space structuralized pordominantes and dominated and to understand what it can make a journalist, Bordieu evidences in them to assimilate the position of the agency of the press in queele if it finds and its position in space of its periodical. The journalistic field, therefore, possesss an importance in the social world representing a monoplioreal on the diffusion and production instruments. It also, according to osocilogo, dresses a particularitity, that is, its evident dependence sforas external, as for example, the market demand. The National Periodical, obviously, is presented through dateleviso, that in turn, according to Bordieu, possesss a monopoly in fact sobrea formation of the heads of one parcels out of the population and can acquire one sentidoque does not correspond absolutely to the reality and, also, as it affirms PatrickChampagne, walks each time more route the universes where the social world descrito and prescribed by the television. Professor of Economics takes a slightly different approach. (in BORDIEU, pp 29). I am not insinuandoque the JN acts directly of this form through the TV, but I want salientaralgumas proposals, of these writers, in relation to the social effect quepodem to reverberate this media.
We verify, previously, by means of the writings of WilliamBonner, that the news articles of the JN are divided in factual atualidades and odesejo of the including and universal telejornal of being. Being thus, for Bordieuas notice of varieties or in this case of atualidades, to the times represents favourite umalimento of the sensationalist press, a time that shows blood, sex, drama and crime, that is, elements that had always made to vender. In relaos news articles that have by its very nature to attract the attention of all, being able-sechamar of omnibus, the salient French author who ' ' they are facts that, if one may use the expression, do not have to shock nobody, that does not involve dispute, that nodividem, that they form consensus, that interest everybody, but in a way talque does not touch in nothing of importante' '.