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I. Measures, issues, and contexts

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A. Measures

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B. Issues and contexts

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C. Countries at the crossroads

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II. Domains, platforms, and networks

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A. Media

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B. Information and communication technology

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C. Economy and languages

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D. Francophone scientific communities: Testimonies and assessments

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III. Francophone contradictions and cultural diversity

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A. Divisions in the francophone world

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B. Solutions and experiments

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C. Exit strategies

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IV. Dynamics, promises, and uncertainties

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A. Views from the institutions

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B. Linguistic diversity and social dynamics

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C. Uncertainties

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D. Francophone promises

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Conclusions

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Indicative bibliography

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Founded and directed by Dominique Wolton, the aim of this journal is to study, using an interdisciplinary approach, the relationships that communication has with individuals, technology, cultures, and societies. A third of the journal’s board members come from outside of France. Read more...
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