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Médias et mobilisations sociales : la libéralisation n’a pas attendu Internet. Le cas du mouvement FreeDom (La Réunion)

Abstract : The article focuses on the relationship between the traditional or digital news media, and social movements. It interrogates the alleged role of the Web 2 in the immediate mobilizations protests. From the empirical study of the "FreeDom" movement (1981 - present) which has been built illegally on Reunion Island, around a private radio and television, it proposes to question the analysis models of the media public space. It seeks, in short, to qualify the technical determinism often linked to representations of social and political changes.
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Bernard Idelson. Médias et mobilisations sociales : la libéralisation n’a pas attendu Internet. Le cas du mouvement FreeDom (La Réunion). Revue de Recherches Francophones en Sciences de l'Information et de la Communication, Revue REFSICOM, 2016. ⟨hal-01501099⟩

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