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30 | 2020
L'intervention en milieux organisés: fondements et enjeux communicationnels

Intervening in Organized Environments: Communication Foundations and Issues

Intervention in the organized environments, we are interested in, takes place within formal structures of public institutions, good or service providers and community groups, mainly in educational, socio-cultural and health settings. Intervention covers a range of communication practices linked to political events, social phenomena or socio-cultural activities which reshape its dynamics and modify its course. Studying intervention offers the opportunity to explore its foundations, its current orientations, its articulations and its limits in specific contexts. More specifically, the contributions in this issue highlight research-intervention experiences. The contributions illustrate that these practices are increasingly becoming true scientific practices capable of co-constructing systems of reflexive intervention and producers of new knowledge with all the actors concerned.

Editor's notes

Dossier coordonné par :
Isabelle Ruelland, Université de Montréal, Canada
Jean-Marie- Lafortune, Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada
Jacques Rhéaume, Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada

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