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Médias et enseignement spécialisé de la musique : un projet communicationnel ?

Abstract : This thesis questions the place of ICT in music conservatories in France. Where a ‘digital revolution’ is supposed to affect the worlds of education, our analyses show that, on the contrary, few of the changes announced can be observed in both teaching and learning, in production and distribution of educational ICT. From an original methodological approach combining discourse analysis, fieldwork and socio-economic analysis of cultural and educational industries, our analyses let us elaborate three sets of observations. First, the collection of (rhetorical) topoï about digital educational media shows consistent elements of a 'major project' of digitization of education. The hopes and promises that characterize this project affect the main aspects of its organization. Secondly, this project is based on the belief that ICT (educational or presented as such) could work as tools of re-mediation, in a world suffering from a lack of mediations: institutions that fail to keep their public interested, isolated teachers, publishers or readers without users. Thirdly, the existence of the an ICT economic sector is a major aspect of the ‘communicational’ project presented above. However, our analyses show that the conditions for a structured market are not met, although experiments can be observed at different levels.
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Xavier Levoin. Médias et enseignement spécialisé de la musique : un projet communicationnel ? . Sciences de l'information et de la communication. Université Paris 13, Sorbonne Paris Cité, 2015. Français. ⟨tel-01445482⟩



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