Query : Journalisme engagé
- Mathieu, Anne9
- Arnaud-Gomez, Sylvie1
- Bou Acar, Pia1
- Christophe Gimbert1
- d’Orsi, Angelo,1
- Delolme, François1
- Leperlier, Tristan1
- Moga, Nathalie1
- Ouingnon, Hyacinthe1
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences7
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology2
- Gender Studies1
- Communication Sciences1
- Political Science1
“Paul Nizan, intellectual and polemist”
“In 1939, plunged into Spanish refugee camps in France”
How the “Roma issue” is dealt with by the media: the case of the Lyon progress: contentment in the lack of clarity and speech of the Roma
The treatment of interference by the regional daily press, when it affects readers in their privacy — that is to say their own territory — is at the source as a reflection of the affinities of readers’ opinions with representations, ideas, desires and fears. The “Roma issue”, as it is today, is repr...
Antonio Gramsci’s journalistic action at the heart of the Italian revolutionary struggle at the beginning of the 20th century
by Antonio Gramsci, postesity only retained the Italian Communist philosophy he was. Few people remember, or have already known, that he devoted his entire life as a free man — prior to his imprisonment in 1926 — to journalist. A committed journalism, activist, political, who is much more emblematic...
Journalist in the Algerian Civil War: An intellectual Profession between Literature and Politics
International audience This article analyzes the evolution of the social status of the Algerian journalist in the intellectual field of Algeria during the «black decade» of the 1990s, through the prism of the literary field. The statistical approach coupled with the analysis of individual trajectori...
Esthetics of the naturalistic fiction at the end of the XIXth century. A follower and a friend of Emile Zola ˸ Paul Alexis
Paul Alexis (1847-1901) is mainly known as the closest friend of Zola. This is quoted as his main characteristic, almost as his unique definition. He is usually forgotten to be mentioned as also a writer who was very dedicated to a cause which had a huge significance in his life : Naturalism. This t...
Camus jounalist : poetics and pragmatics
Ones does not take often measurement of it, Albert Camus is at the same time a work and a control. In the construction of the identity of the writer-polygraph, the scene of the periodical was a matric experiment. Far from being reduced to the double paradigm absurdity and revolt, one sees stinging t...
The polyyphony in the work of Camus : from ontological unity to discursive rupture
The polyphony in the work of Camus: from ontological unite to discursive rupture<br /><br />Man is a puppet in Harlequin's fancy dress, caught in a double illusion: original illusion and bright future. The author is setting up its longing for ontological unity and discovers, while writing, the discu...
“Literature and Critical in the Common. Receipts”
“Simone Téry: a reporter tells fractured Spain”
Sur Simone Téry reportor during the Spanish war
Between pens and rifles. Albert Camus and intellectual environments in Europe between the 1930s and the 1950s
Albert Camus started his journalistic career in the difficult period of the « entre-deux-guerres » in Algeria and later in France where he fought with the Resistance. Driven by his aspiration to be a man of the left, he became involved with the Communist party, then moved closer to the anarchist mov...
Sartre and the Henri Martin case
« Paul Nizan critique de François Mauriac : entre compréhension littéraire et polémique idéologique »
Le correspondant, un amateur de local engagé par son territoire
Almost as numerous as the holders of press cards in France, the 35 000 local stringers are frequently analyzed in comparison with the journalists and the domain of journalism. Our survey questions these contributors’ motivations, longevity and interest of those for their position despite the discomf...
“The great chroniquers of this evening”
Sartre at war in Algeria: the fight for justice and truth
“Magdeleine Paz, character of her reports”