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« Ma thèse en 180 secondes » : de nouvelles voix en science ?

Abstract : What do doctoral students do when they speak in " Three minute thesis "? Are they talking about science, research, themselves? What do they share and what do they build in the popularization situation offered to them? Does the existence of these individual, situated and public places of expression give rise to different ways of writing science and speaking science? Is the utilization of “I” enough to speak from one's own perspective and with one's own voice? Between orality and writing, I am interested in the tension between enunciation in the first person and erasure of the subject, between subjectivity and reflexivity, between commitment and neutrality. In terms of reflexivity, I am questioning situations, and more broadly what oral and written communication does to our ways of thinking, of knowing and of criticizing.
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Mélodie Faury. « Ma thèse en 180 secondes » : de nouvelles voix en science ?. Identités du chercheur et narrations en SHS, Jun 2019, Nancy, France. ⟨halshs-02385731⟩

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