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Faire (de) la télévision. L’audiovisuel vu par les sciences sociales

Abstract : Supposedly losing ground with the multiplication of screens and new consumer practices for audiovisual productions, television is undergoing major transformations. Nevertheless, it remains a dominant medium. This dossier focuses on the making of television programmes—a subject rarely studied by social science. We propose to analyse, through different perspectives, the workings of audiovisual production in order to question the dynamics of the division of labour, the effects of the multiple constraints (of time, audience, budget, etc.) on the produced content, the mechanisms of the internationalization of the television programme market, and TV writers’ difficulty in gaining recognition.
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Séverine Sofio, Muriel Mille. Faire (de) la télévision. L’audiovisuel vu par les sciences sociales. Biens Symboliques = Symbolic Goods, Presses Universitaires de Vincennes, 2020. ⟨halshs-03095394⟩



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