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Questions de communication is a biannual (double-blind) peer-reviewed  academic journal that promotes deepening or renewing of approaches on a theme – issue’s subject – through contributions referring to different scientific traditions. Based on pluralism, it provokes debates on concepts and methods used in works dealing with information-communication (Exchanges, Research Notes). At last, paying attention to an international dimension, it aims an increase of knowledge circulation and of comparative dynamics, including the rubric In Original Version, Focus and reviews of French and foreign books. Proceedings are published in Questions de communication • série actes series.

As soon as an issue is published, the introductions more the Book Reviews are available in full text and open access.

Journal supported by the Centre de recherche sur les médiations (Université de Lorraine) and the Institute for Humanities and Social Sciences of the National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS)

Latest issue
36 | 2019
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Urban Data
Couverture du n° 36 | décembre 2019
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The Issue explores the city in a digital context. He questions the production of data and their uses (representations, interpretations, circulations, ethics, knowledge statuses) by “doers” and researchers to analyze the digital conditions of the urban transformation.

The five Research Notes cover online petitioning, identity through the case of the writer Max Jacob, disinformation and ideological polarization on Facebook, the economics of images in a Hollywood theme park and the place of the blogs in the economy of the wine sector.

The section In Original Version examines Facebook’s role in the communication of political parties.

Two Focus provide an in-depth reading of a recent work by Christian Salmon – L’Ère du clash – and of an older one by Richard Sennett – The Fall of the Public Man.

The Book Reviews offer succinct overviews and analyses of 50 publications.

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