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Supportérisme et engagement politique sur les réseaux sociaux : cyber-ethnographie des supporters de football stambouliotes lors du mouvement protestataire de "Gezi"

Abstract : In 2013, at Gezi Park of Istanbul, over a million people spontaneously started the largest protest movement in the history of Turkey. The fans of Istanbul’s three popular football clubs had an unprecedented engagement in these protests. Online social networks were one of the major channels where dissident expressions took place. This thesis aims to understand supporters’ reasons to participate in these protests and the political forms of their mobilization. Beyond football, this engagement is closely associated with a bundle of historical and social conditions and representations, linked with the “republican doxa.” A cyber-ethnography on Twitter that covers football supporters’ messages helps us trace the urban, secular and “modern” identity of these participants of Gezi, their relationship with politics and their allegiance to republican values.
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Dağhan Irak. Supportérisme et engagement politique sur les réseaux sociaux : cyber-ethnographie des supporters de football stambouliotes lors du mouvement protestataire de "Gezi". Education. Université de Strasbourg, 2017. Français. ⟨NNT : 2017STRAG011⟩. ⟨tel-01729164⟩

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