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Grasping the Discrete Link between Filming and Videoconferencing in the Courtroom. Reflections from the French Case

Abstract : Filming and transmitting hearings on the one hand, and conducting them by videoconferencing on the other, are generally addressed through different issues and analytical lenses. In this paper we have used the French experience to show that, in fact, the two activities have some features in common. We have tried to highlight the real but discreet empirical connections between them in France and to underscore a few convergent issues with regard to the concept of a trial and the various conceptions of both presence at and participation in a hearing, as well as of publicness.
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Laurence Dumoulin, Christian Licoppe. Grasping the Discrete Link between Filming and Videoconferencing in the Courtroom. Reflections from the French Case. Revista crítica de ciências sociais, Centro de Estudos Sociais, 2017, Special Issue "Law, Culture and the Humanities: Interconnected Paths", 112, pp.115-134. ⟨10.4000/rccs.6608⟩. ⟨halshs-01555798⟩

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