DEL workshops: 2016 programme

In 2016, the workshops of the DEL research network are renewed. Two of them are taking place in Paris as usual, the last one, for the first time, in Lyon. This last workshop will be also broadcasted in Créteil using videoconference. These events are organized by three research centers: CEDITEC (University of Paris-­Est Créteil), ELICO (University Lumière-­Lyon 2), COSTECH (Technology University in Compiègne), and in partnership with AGORA (University of Cergy-­Pontoise) within the DEL research network.

DEL workshops: 2016 programme

Our workshops deal with the DEL research topics on electronic democracy based upon a broad definition. The discussions are usually based on papers which have been recently published or written. Each paper is presented and discussed by a researcher, specialist in the field. The author is then invited to respond to the comments. Eventually, a discussion with the audience is open.

Session #1: Digital controversies

Thursday, February 11, 2016 (4.00pm‐6.00pm) ­‐ Paris, Institut du Management de l’Information, De Vinci room

Following the release of the #73 issue of the Hermès journal on “Communication and controversies”, edited by Romain Badouard and Clément Mabi, this first workshop will bring together three authors of the issue, their papers being about digital and controversies.

Fabien Granjon (University Paris 8s, CEMTI), « Du pragmatisme et des technologies numériques »
Francesca Musiani (ISCC, CNRS), «Edward Snowden, l’«homme­‐controverse » de la vie privée sur les réseaux »
Guillaume Sire (University Paris 2, CARISM), « Cinq questions auxquelles Google ne peut pas répondre »
Discussant: Cécile Méadel (University Paris 2, CARISM)

Session #2: Religious communities and on line political participation

Thursday, March 31, 2016 (4.00pm‐6.00pm) ­‐ Paris, Institut du Management de l’Information, De Vinci room

Charlotte Blanc (University Bordeaux 3, MICA), « Traditionalisme catholique et blogosphère militante », to be published
Anne-­‐Sophie Lamine (University de Strasbourg, Laboratoire Dynamiques Européennes) « Média minoritaire, diversité intra‐religieuse et espace public. Analyse du site Saphirnews.com », Sociologie, n°2, vol.6, 2015, p.139­‐220.
Discussant: David Douyère (University François Rabelais de Tours, PRIM)

Session #3: Citizenship and political expression on line

Thursday, May 24, 2016 (02.00pm‐05.00pm) ‐ Lyon, Institut des Sciences de l’Homme, André Bollier room – videoconference with Créteil, Campus Centre, salle i1-128

Guillaume Carbou (University Toulouse 3, LERASS), « Des contre‐discours aux contre-­‐mondes : l’exemple des commentaires d’internautes autour de l’accident de Fukushima », 2015, Semen, n°39.
Discussant: Isabelle Garcin­‐Marrou (Sciences Po Lyon, Elico)

Marie Neihouser (University Montpellier 3, GREPS) « Les blogs politiques, un support favorable à l’engagement citoyen ? », 2014, Politiques de communication, p.59‐84.
Discussant: Clément Desrumaux (University Lyon 2, Triangle)

Information

The entrance is free. Information about the locations of the meetings:

Paris
Institut du Management de l’Information (IMI) de l’Université de Technologie de Compiègne
62 Boulevard de Sébastopol
75003 PARIS
Métro Etienne Marcel ou Réaumur (ligne 4); RER Châtelet­‐Les Halles (sortie Lescot)

Lyon
Institut des Sciences de l’Homme (ISH)
14 avenue Berthelot
69007 LYON
Tram Centre Berthelot (ligne 2); Tram Quai Claude Bernard (ligne 1); Métro Jean Macé (ligne B)

Créteil
Université Paris‐Est­‐Créteil
Campus Centre
i1-128
80 avenue du Général de Gaulle
94000 CRETEIL
Métro Créteil Université (ligne 8)

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