Les représentations climatiques dans la presse française : analyses sémiologiques et sémiotiques comparées de discours médiatiques, scientifiques et profanes

Abstract : This doctoral research, conducted through a CIFRE agreement with EDF R&D, aims to understand the structural and narrative organization of climate change representations through four different social spheres in France. First considered as a scientific topic, climate change representations are analysed throughout climate scientists and profane discourses, but also throughout documents such as science popularization magazines and three French newspapers, which of the front pages are considered as a social and historical tracer, particularly during the period running from November 2009 to March 2010. Informative press corpus enables to construct representations of global warming and of the media events that participate to their media life. The use of narrative semiotic methodology allows a comparative study through the different corpuses, in order to spot out the hypothetical circulation of these representations. The eventual aim is a global understanding of climate representations, opening the way for a consideration of the different myths as a basement of our societies, willing to reinvent themselves through new social and cultural myths.
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Marion Mauger-Parat. Les représentations climatiques dans la presse française : analyses sémiologiques et sémiotiques comparées de discours médiatiques, scientifiques et profanes. Linguistique. Université René Descartes - Paris V, 2013. Français. ⟨NNT : 2013PA05H006⟩. ⟨tel-00948014⟩

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