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La justice mise en scène, analyse communicationnelle de l'institution judiciaire

Abstract : Is Justice possible without staging? And what are the effects of its representation in other scenes? In the twentieth century, the judiciary has grown from a classical form to its modern form. Now emancipated its traditional design, Justice discovers its new mediatic condition. Now actress of public spaces, the judiciary is faced with the supremacy of transparency and proximity despite of its symbolic and cultural system. These values indeed postmodern evoke the promise of immediacy, Justice without staging, where the symbolic barriers collapse. This phenomenon is exacerbated by the media and by the promises of the image. This issue is considered in this work through the conceptual framework of semiotics and information and communication sciences. These allow here, once again, to contribute to contemporary issues relative to the crisis of mediation and of the sociability.
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Submitted on : Tuesday, June 9, 2009 - 9:56:40 PM
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Arnaud Lucien. La justice mise en scène, analyse communicationnelle de l'institution judiciaire. L'harmattan, pp.300, 2008. ⟨sic_00393596⟩



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