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MEI ‘Mediation & Information’ is an publication designed to promote and publicize research in mediation, communication and information sciences. Eleven French, Belgian, Swiss and Canadian universities participate in the Editorial and Scientific Committees.

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#46 ARCHITECTURE & COMMUNICATION

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Pour une lecture sensible de l’espace urbain : l’impact du contexte social sur la représentation sociocognitive de la ville

Monia BOUSNINA

To understand how the city is perceived by its inhabitants requires the interpretation of its socio-spatial representations by its users. In this approach, the urban object is studied in its multiple dimensions including its social, historical, cognitive, affective, semantic and...

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Corte : un village de bergers qui devient une ville universitaire

Françoise ALBERTINI

Corté: a village of shepherds that becomes a university town.
In the center of Corsica there is Corté, a summary of time on space. A village of shepherds and the media of the 1980s liked to describe this town that will gradually turn into a university town. Throughout this...

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La signalétique d’interprétation d’Annecy : métaforme de l’étiquette d’exposition

Nicolas NAVARRO
This article deals with the hypothesis that the artificial project developed by a student
in a learning framework has crucial interactions with his design environment, just as
the project designed by an architect does in a professional one. Instead of fading,...

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Portes, balcons, escaliers, couloirs, murs et fenêtres… Les objets architecturaux du passage dans la bande dessinée franco-belge : des opérateurs narratifs graphiques

Pascal ROBERT

What role does architecture plays in comic books? The comic book tells stories and architecture gives him a stage to play them. In this article we wanted to show that architecture, as “objects of passage” (door, window, staircase, balcony etc.), also functions as what can be called...

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La carte fish-eye pour le projet de la ville de Sendai au Japon : Échelles imbriquées, espaces communs et représentations partagées

Armelle LE MOUËLLIC

During the 1970s, the “Sendai Developers Committee” was established by the Sendai Municipality and brought together the central government, the private sector and academics. This committee has developed a vast plan for the city, called “the ideal form of Sendai; the city of...

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