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31 | 2008
Espaces urbains, Espaces publics, Paroles et interprétations des habitants

Urban Spaces, Public Spaces, the Words and Interpretations of City Dwellers
Edited by Émilie Da Lage, Michèle Gellereau and Patrizia Laudati
Études de Communication 31 - Couverture
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Credits : GÉRiiCO, CEGES, Université Charles-de-Gaulle Lille 3
ISBN 978-2-917562-00-0

If urban questions cover multiple disciplines, the focus of this issue takes a communicational perspective by analyzing the mechanisms that allow the production, expression, and constitution of memories, imagination, and interpretations of city dwellers or those that make reference to them. Thinking about the notions of inhabitant and public space is at the heart of this theme. It focuses on the word of inhabitants when used to express the city and its customs, in particular by analyzing communication mechanisms in the production, circulation, and sharing of representations of one’s city or of being in the city. We also study the manner in which the figure and words of inhabitants are used in various media.

Editor's notes

Comité de lecture de ce numéro : Annette Béguin (Université Lille3), Stéphane Benassi (Université Lille3), Marie-Christine Bordeaux (Université de Grenoble3), Jean-Luc Bouillon (Université de Versailles-Saint-Quentin en Y.), Gaëlle Crenn (Université de Nancy), Emilie Da Lage (Université Lille3), Patrice de La Broise(Université Lille3), Eric Delamotte (Université Lille3), Pierre Delcambre (Université Lille3), Jean-Paul Fourmentraux (Université Lille3), Michèle Gellereau (Université Lille3), André Helbo (Université Libre de Bruxelles), Bernard Lamizet (IEP Lyon), Patrizia Laudati (Université de Valenciennes), Jean Mouchon (Université de Paris X), Geoffroy Patriarche (Faculté Saint Louis, Bruxelles), Jean Michel Rampon (IEP Lyon 2), Carmen Rico Sotelo (Université du Québec à Montréal), Christine Servais (Université de Liège), Jean-François Têtu (IEP Lyon2), David Vandiedonck(Université Lille3).