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Sharing the many concerns expressed by the French academic and scientific community, the editorial committee of the journal Études de communication expresses its opposition to the government's proposed Multi-Year Research Programming Act. Convinced of the need for stable, independent and quality public research, the committee opposes the prospect of destroying the status of teacher-researchers, the generalization of precarious contracts, the strengthening of competition between laboratories and higher education and/or research institutions, the abolition of collegial regulatory bodies and, more generally, the placing of our entire community under the trusteeship of financial and political interests.


Études de communication is an international French-speaking peer-reviewed journal in information and communication sciences. It operates on the basis of a "double-blind reviewing process" evaluation of all proposals received.

The journal is distributed in both paper and electronic versions. It hosts works in various fields, including: media analysis, cultural mediation, mediation and mediatization of knowledge, cultural industries, training and information industries, audiovisual communication, organizational communication, innovation processes, scientific and technical information, knowledge organization, analysis of technical devices in access to information and knowledge processing, document metamorphoses, analysis of uses and information practices.

Each issue has three sections: a thematic dossier, a Varias section which hosts articles "outside the theme" and a Readings section devoted to book reviews and reading notes.

The last two issues of the journal are available on the Cairn platform.

The journal's copyright policy on self-archiving can be consulted on the Héloïse website.

Contact: edc[at]

Latest issue
54 | 2020
Les images au cœur des rapports sociaux. Vers de nouveaux régimes de représentation et de visibilité ?

Images at the Core of Social Relationships. New Regimes of Representation and Visibility?
Edited by Ulrike Lune Riboni and Raphaële Bertho
Editor's notes

Comité de lecture du numéro 54 (Dossier) :
Coordination : Ulrike Lune Riboni, Raphaële Bertho

Christian Agbobli (UQAM, Canada), Anne Beyaert-Geslin (Université Bordeaux-Montaigne), Maxime Boidy (Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée), Maxime Cervulle (Université de Paris 8), Fathallah Daghmi (Université de Poitiers), Marion Dalibert (Université de Lille), André Gunthert (EHESS), Sophie Jehel (Université de Paris 8), Virginie Julliard (Sorbonne Université), Madeleine Pastinelli (Université de Laval, Canada), Nelly Quemener (Université Sorbonne Nouvelle), Isabelle Rigoni (INSHEA), Alexandra Saemmer (Université Paris 8), Giovanna Zapperi (Université de Tours)


Comité d lecture du numéro 54 (Varia) :
Coordination : Marion Dalibert, Aurélia Lamy, Florence Rio

Philippe Bonfils (I3M, Université de Toulon), Anne Cordier (ESO, Université de Rouen), Juliette Dalbavie (GERiiCO, Université de Lille), Émilie Da Lage (GERiiCO, Université de Lille), Marlène Dulaurans (MICA, Université Bordeaux Montaigne), Marc Kaiser (CEMTI, Université Paris 8), Alain Lamboux-Durand (ELLIAD, Université de Franche-Comté), Béatrice Micheau (GERiiCO, Université de Lille)

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