Les dessins animés au Chili : syntaxe, circulation et consommation

Abstract : The aim of the research is to describe cognitive diegetic operating modes in cartoons transmitted in open access television in Chile, as well as their traffic conditions (supply) and consumption during 2000. The analysis draws correlations between the scheduler’s description of the programming, the audience (statistical description), and the cognitive worlds and proposed diegetic protocols (qualitative analysis). Such description will allow us to detect that Japanese cartoons are the most popular and that this does not correspond to what most Chilean television channels program. Japanese cartoons are complex; there is no linear storytelling, and instead they require a vast amount of knowledge for comprehension, which their consumers acquire through reading in various supports and media. In this context "the most watched cartoons correspond to those where there is presence of complex cognitive processes," which was detected through a survey (300 cases, differentiated by social class, gender and age) and ethnographic research has allowed us to discover other circuits’ circulation of cultural objects (department stores / specialty stores). This sociological and ethnographic study of reception allowed us to understand how some Japanese cartoons’ young viewers build their identity. The consume of Japanese animation how much one knows about the series with the attribution of a value that strengthens them the construction of their identity, which is more developed to less equal age of 11 years and 12-15 years. The significance of the series in relation to the real world (diegetic world’s presuppositions) is not taken into account by the channels. The taste for Japanese animation allows one to link how much one knows about the series with the attribution of a value that strengthens their identity or indeed constructs it. This is more prevalent in groups aged 11 and below and ages 12-15. The significance of the series in relation to the real world (diegetic world’s presuppositions) is not taken into account by the channels. The design of statistical tools league qualitative research and analysis on the series with ethnographic studies of the circulation of such cultural objects.
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Rafael del Villar Muñoz. Les dessins animés au Chili : syntaxe, circulation et consommation. Sciences de l'information et de la communication. Université Sorbonne Paris Cité, 2015. Français. ⟨NNT : 2015USPCA094⟩. ⟨tel-01487019⟩

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