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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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Corte : un village de bergers qui devient une ville universitaire

Françoise ALBERTINI

Abstract : 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 architecture we find all the history of the island, from...

La « titraillologie [1] », lire et parler la presse à Douala

Adrien BITOND

Abstract : Crossing the streets of Douala, the economic capital, we are marked by the striking spectacle of crowds coagulated in front of the newsstands. Newspaper sales have been dropping since the 1990s. Failing to buy them, people are henceforth content to read some of the various...

Concevoir sa communication pour mieux communiquer sa conception architecturale

Smail KHAINNAR

To better communicate its architectural work to the customer (interpersonal communication), the designer is supposed to properly design its communication during its exercise creative. Thus, the communication appears for a designer as a purpose, enabling it to improve its operating...

Le musée et la ville, mutations architecturales de l’institution muséale

Paul RASSE - Vincent LAMBERT

The original museums had a panoptic organization, which was indispensable for the composition of natural history and for aesthetics. This function started to recede at the end of the last century. The museums then reinvented themselves, by turning into an entirely different form of...

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

Monia BOUSNINA

Abstract : 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...

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