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32 | 2009
Parcours de recherche en SIC: littérature scientifique, méthodes et terrain

ICS Research Careers: Scientific Literature, Field Methods
Edited by Nathalie Casemajor Loustau, Romain Huët, Jean-Pierre Machart, Sandy Montalona and Tiphaine Zetlaoui
Études de Communication 32 - Couverture
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Credits : GÉRiiCO, CEGES, Université Charles-de-Gaulle Lille 3
ISBN 978-2-917562-01-7

This 32nd issue of Études de Communication proposes nine contributions witnessing the scientific career of doctoral candidates and young researchers in the field of information and communication sciences. Preparing a thesis is a singular research experience. Fraught with epistemological and methodological questions, it is a fundamental step in the acquisition of competencies that will endure throughout the researcher’s career. Three topics of particular interest are proposed: to what extent can one construct a coherent theoretical context based on work derived from multiple disciplinary horizons and different schools of thought? How can we establish methodological principles and procedures to analyze the research topic? How can we understand one’s field of investigation in the context of a learning approach? The responses proposed by authors reflect the diversity of their research careers and doctoral experiences.

Editor's notes

Comité de lecture de ce numéro : Annette Béguin (Université de Lille3), Dominique Cotte (Université de Lille3), Elisabeth Fichez ( Université de Lille3), François Heinderyckx  (Université Libre de Bruxelles), Camille Laville (Université de Nice Sophia-Antipolis), Laurence Leveneur (Université de Paris3), Marc Lits (Université de Louvain-la-Neuve), Daniel Peraya (Université de Genève), Bruno Raoul (Université de Lille3) , Aude Rouger (Université de Paris3), Aurélie Tavernier (Université de Paris8).