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Identités politiques, discours et médias : le cas de la « révolution orange »

Abstract : This PhD thesis explores the forms and the modes of expression, representation and construction of political identities in the press during the “Orange Revolution” (Ukraine, 2004). Through the interdisciplinary approach and bringing semiotic and discourse analysis together, this dissertation analyzes both aesthetic and discursive representations of identities and the manner in which the meaning is assigned, accepted or refused to them in discourses and images. The data consist of four Ukrainian newspapers (Den, Zerkalo nedeli, Segodnya and Fakty i kommentarii) and four French newspapers (Le Monde, Libération, Le Figaro and L’Humanité). My findings support arguments that political identities are mainly constructed in media through three types of enunciation: political intertextuality, political intericonicity and political intereventness. Therefore, the logic of the media is less to inform of events taking place but to ensure through the mediation of information and opinion the recognition of our identity and of our sociability.
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Valentyna Dymytrova. Identités politiques, discours et médias : le cas de la « révolution orange ». Sciences de l'information et de la communication. Université Lumière - Lyon II, 2011. Français. ⟨NNT : 2011LYO20072⟩. ⟨tel-01376987v2⟩



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