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Tracés: Revue de Sciences Humaines publishes research in the social sciences in two themed issues per year and a handful of special editions. These issues focus on an old debate that has taken a new turn due to current editorial or political circumstances, takes an idea that the various intellectual traditions and disciplines would usually address in isolation and submits it to examination from multiple perspectives, or explores an emerging field of thought. Tracés claims a true pluralism, as attested to by the variety of themes and approaches it publishes. The journal’s editorial committee is made up of young researchers from various disciplines and pursues a strong interdisciplinary project. This is manifested in the selection of articles, notes, translations, and interviews that make up each of the issues.
Journal supported by the Institut des Sciences Humaines et Sociales (CNRS).

Latest issue
Les sciences humaines et sociales au travail (iii): Réseaux socionumériques et travail de la recherche

Social sciences and humanities at work (iii): Digital networks and the work of research
Edited by Annabelle Allouch, Diégo Antolinos-Basso, Florian Besson, Natalia La Valle and Jean-Baptiste Vuillerod

For the last fifteen years, the development of digital social networks (DSN) and their uses have changed the public space as well as professional, personal and militant practices. What effect has this had on scientific production and on the professional identity of its creators? What do DSN say about the evolution of scientific and academic professions? What opportunities, but also what obstacles, do researchers encounter when they engage in social networking today to bring their research to life in a different way? Beyond the arenas that these networks help create, what regulations and adjustments do they require in terms of professional practice? Through a series of articles based on surveys and the experiences of social science professionals (researchers and those involved in digital communication), this special issue of Tracés aims to shed light on the social and institutional conditions of the production of science in the DSN era.

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