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L’écriture fictionnalisée du documentaire Reprise : un modèle d’investigation pour les sciences sociales ?

Abstract : Returning to Hervé Le Roux’s movie Reprise (1997) is an opportunity to question the effects of mobilizing audiovisual archives in author-driven documentary cinema in conjunction with stylistic figures specific to fiction. On the one hand, it is an attempt to explain its audience success by observing its ability to trigger the viewer’s reflection through the dynamics of intrigues, especially when faced with an iconic scene of activist cinema. On the other hand, it is a question of noting the properties of the elicitation images that he uses to see if they could be taken up in social science investigations, especially to elicit important words on social working realities that are difficult to state, where the emotion of cinema, the force of implication of the images and the proximity between the detective intrigue and the quest for research —— specific knowledge can help overcome forms of impediment in the investigative relationship through interviews.
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Pascal Cesaro, Pierre Fournier. L’écriture fictionnalisée du documentaire Reprise : un modèle d’investigation pour les sciences sociales ?. Images du travail, travail des images, Université de Poitiers, 2021, La fiction au travail. ⟨halshs-03178326⟩

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