French Journal for Media Research

French Journal For Media Research

ISSN : 2264-4733

 
 

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French Journal for Media Research is a bilingual electronic journal (French / English), with international reading committee. It is in open access with a regular bi-annual publication since 2014 and in international distribution. Papers are double blind peer-reviewed.

 

The journal publishes original papers on traditional and digital media, mediatization and mediation issues (discourse, museum, politics, law, journalism, religion...).

 

French Journal for Media Research has several sections:

  • Thematic issues
  • Varia
  • Book reviews
  • Conference Proceedings

 

French Journal for Media Research is an open access journal which means that all content is freely available without charge to the user or his/her institution. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles, or use them for any other lawful purpose, without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author. This is in accordance with the BOAI definition of open access.

This journal is open access in combination with a Creative Commons licensing statement.

 

 

 

LAST ISSUE ONLINE

9/2018 Ethics, Media and Public Life

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9/2018 Ethics, Media and Public Life Gilles Gauthier Le moralisme dans le débat public : Évaluation morale et argumentationLe cas d’un débat québécois sur la liberté d’expression

Rajesh C. Shukla

Guest Editor’s Research Article on “Ethics, Media and Public Life”

Matthew McLennan

Differend and “Post-truth”

Julie Paquette

De la société disciplinaire à la société algorithmique : considérations éthiques autour de l’enjeu du Big data

Louis Perron

Éthique et communication. Réflexion à partir de Jean Ladrière

L.K. Kawatra

Settler Colonialism a Persevering Injustice, The Responsibility to Contest it, and Settler Allies’ Use of Media to Disseminate a Competing Discourse: The Case of Asinabka

Rajesh C. Shukla

Democratic Elections and Media Responsibility

Sharaf Rehman

The U.S. News Media: Is it News or Opinionated Entertainment? An exploratory study

Martin Samson

Médias et post-vérité: pour une critique freitagienne des rapports entre la raison, la normativité et l’information

Emily York

(Note) Post-Truth and Populism: A Populist Framework for Defending the Truth in a Post-factual Era

 

Notes de lecture/Book Review Thomas Atenga Flora Amabiamina (2017), Femmes, parole et espace public au Cameroun. Une analyse de textes des littératures écrite et populaire, Bruxelles, Peter Lang,  315 p. Mohamed Anouar Lahouij Claude Hagège (2015), L’éthique de l’internet face au nouveau monde numérique. Mais qui garde les gardes ? Paris, l’Harmattan : collection "Communication et Civilisation",  208 p. Nadjat Lahdiri Liliane Messika, La communication c’est comme la marche à pied. Essai, l’Harmattan, 2015.