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Media Studies: A French Blind Spot

Cusset, François (16 mars 2012)

Within the French university system, teaching or simply promoting Media Studies, according to the Anglo-American tradition, sometimes feels like teaching marketing in 1950s Soviet Union: an odd choice, both exotic and risky, going against the grain of dominant norms. Indeed there is not a single ...

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The Limits of Control (Jim Jarmusch, 2009): An American Independent Movie or a European Film?

Murillo, Céline (23 mars 2012)

The Limits of Control is considered an American film, although it relies on funding coming from foreign countries and on a multinational cast. The analysis of American reviews shows a rejection of the movie that is seen as un-American; American critics fail to focus on the film maker’s original ...

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Editorial

Frau-Meigs, Divina (23 mars 2012)

These are exciting times for media scholars, in light of the increasingly diverse range of productions, representations and social interactions available for study in the present media environment. As well-established media such as the printed press, radio, cinema or television reinvent themselves, ...

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Rock History and Culture

Gonzalez, Éric (28 janv. 2013)

Two ambitious works written by French-speaking scholars tackle rock music as a research object, from different but complementary perspectives. Both are a definite must-read for anyone interested in the contextualisation of rock music in western popular culture. In Une histoire musicale du rock (i.e. ...

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Internet Studies in Europe

O'Neil, Mathieu (15 janv. 2013)

Internet studies have historically developed in the United States. The Oxford Internet Institute (OII), launched in 2001, was the first European Internet research department - rather than a research centre or programme in a disciplinary department, the OII was able to offer degrees. To some extent, ...

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Debbie Ging, Men and Masculinities in Irish Cinema

Epinoux, Estelle (15 nov. 2013)

Men and Masculinities in Irish Cinema was written by Debbie Ging, who is a lecturer in Film and Media Studies at Dublin City University’s School of Communications in Ireland. Her book falls into the field of media studies and more precisely film studies. It is divided into nine chapters which ...

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Audio-Visual: Disembodied Voices in Theory

Le Fèvre-Berthelot, Anaïs (15 nov. 2013)

After a survey of the major critical trends since the generalization of synchronized film sound, this bibliographical essay sets out to delineate the way film sound studies have developed around issues of taxonomy, meaning, and reception. Focusing on the treatment of the disembodied voice by various ...

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Marketing Films to the American Conservative Christians: The Case of The Chronicles of Narnia

Dupont, Nathalie (22 avr. 2013)

The relationship between Hollywood studios and the American conservative Christians has always been a tricky one, as they are not an easy audience to satisfy. The surprising box office success of The Passion of The Christ (Mel Gibson, 2004) nevertheless underlined that, in some cases, the American ...

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Control Room and the Staging of War

Mauer, Barry (15 nov. 2013)

This essay assesses Control Room (Jehane Noujaim, 2004) to gauge documentary film’s capacity to restore the public sphere. What factors shape the making of news during times of war? How can viewers learn to navigate the competing media frames and narratives about war? How can dedicated ...

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Mediating Migration: New Roles for (Mass) Media

Kosnick, Kira (25 oct. 2014)

This article aims to expand the scope of studying media in relation to migration and diversity by addressing new forms of media deployment in the interest of regulating migration flows to the European Union and the United States. Beyond constructing representations of minorities and migration ...

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