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Beltrán Luis Ramiro

> 28/10/2011 - La communication sociale en Amérique latine 

BELTRÁN (Luis Ramiro), La communication sociale en Amérique latine, Textes rassemblés et présentés par Isabel Guglielmone Urioste Bordeaux : Presses Universitaires de Bordeaux, 2011, 208 p
ISBN : 978-2-86781-680-2 (22.00 € )

Cheval Jean-Jacques

> 17/01/2009 - Mai 68, un entre deux dans l'histoire des médias et de la radio en France 


In France, in May, 1968, and around the events, the media and quite specially the radio played a particular role. Beyond the day by day history, May 68 mark for France a societal bend from which the media do not escape. Since the beginning of the 60s the French radio broadcasting knows a deep change. The transistor receivers mobile and individual replaced the old family receivers with lamp and of new programs, new music attract and captivate the young auditors. In the tone, the approached subjects, we observe at the same moment the highlight and at the end of a certain ceremonial broadcasting, reverential and centralized. It is also the emergence of one aspiration to speak, with word more direct and released from constraints, more in sync with the fears, the aspiration and the social and moral changes of the 60s. Point of reference in an evolution which takes place over several years, situated in one time between two periods, the place and the role of the radio in the events of May, 1968 underline the contradiction of a French media system which arrives at its end, and at the same time, which announce but not carried out, the changes of the 1970s in particular the free radios.

COHEN Andréa

> 23/01/2009 - Les compositeurs et l'art radiophonique 


This article is a presentation of the thesis "Composers and the radio art", presented by Mrs. Andrea Cohen and publicly defended on December 10th, 2005 at the University Paris IV Sorbonne, Section Music and Musicology of the XXe century, PhD school V, Concepts and languages. Director of studies: Mr. Jean-Yves Bosseur, Researcher at CNRS; President of the jury: Mr. Marc Battier, Professor at the Paris IV Sorbonne University; the other members of the jury were: Mr. Pierre-Albert Castanet, Professor at Rouen University. The author Mrs. Andrea Cohen is musician and radio producer. For more than twenty years, she has worked regularly for the French public station France Culture (Radio France), in particular in «l'Atelier de création radiophonique» ("Workshop for radio creation"), with the musical program of the station and for the program "Surprised by the night".

Dalle Matthieu

> 25/01/2009 - Les radios libres et la fragmentation du champ politique français (1977-1981) 


This article examines the positions held and expressed publicly by the main French political parties and politicians on radios libres (or free radio) stations and their possible legalization between 1977 and 1981. These positions varied, not only from one side of the political spectrum to the other, but also from one party to the next within coalitions, and sometimes even from one member to the next within the same party. In addition, they changed over time for certain parties or individuals. In a period of relative political stability, radios libres as a topic of debate yielded a whole range of fluctuating points of views and blurred the lines between left and right, thereby foreshadowing the fragmentation of the French political landscape which would become a reality in the 1980s and 1990s.

Matthieu Dalle, Associate Professor in French culture and civilization in the Department of Classical and Modern Languages at the University of Louisville (USA), is author of a thesis entitled: Unchained waves: Cultural analysis of free radios in France, 1977-1981. It was defended in December 2002, at Pennsylvania State University (United States), Graduate School, and Department of French.

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