Édition 2016

 

After holding the conferences in 2010 (Electronic communication in mono and multilingual situations – Forms, Borders, Future), in 2012 (Electronic communication in the “information society”), and in 2014 (Electronic Communication, Cultures and Identities), the Information & Communication Department of the IUT of Le Havre organized the fifth international conference on electronic communication in 2016.

This scientific event took place in the premises of the IUT (Quai Frissard) from June 1st till June 3td.

 

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The call for papers had a striking success. We received 223 proposals from 57 countries:


South Africa, Algeria, Germany, England, Saudi Arabia, Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Benin, Botswana, Brazil, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Canada, Cyprus, Congo, Ivory Coast, Cuba, UAE, Egypt, Ecuador, Spain , Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Hong Kong, India, Iran, Ireland, Italy, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Macedonia, Morocco, Mexico, Nigeria, Norway, Pakistan, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Czech Republic, Romania , Sweden, Senegal, Switzerland, Thailand, Togo, Tunisia, Turkey, Ukraine, USA

Édition 2016
Édition 2016
The conference proceedings including all the papers presented during the three days, were available in paper version at the opening of the conference. The complete references: LIENARD, F. & ZLITNI, S. (2016, éd.), “Médias numériques et communication électronique”, Actes de colloque, Bruges, 1020 p.

Opening Session

Keynote Speakers

MILAD DOUEIHI

<h5>The Greedy master of intelligence</h5>

The Greedy master of intelligence

Milad DOUEIHI is a historian of religion. He has been a tenured professor of the research Chair on digital cultures at Laval University of Quebec since 2010 and a tenured professor of digital humanism at Sorbonne University (and Labex OBVIL) since 2014.
His research deals with the emergence and the place occupied by digital technology in societies, the process comparable to a conversion. It is the central theme of his last two works opening with the words: “I shall begin with a confession. I am not an IT specialist, nor a technologist. I am not either a jurist, specializing in intellectual property and the subtleties of the copyright. I consider myself to be a digitizer, who has become such accidentally, a simple computer user who has followed the changes of digital environment for the last twenty years.”

MARIE-ANNE PAVEAU

<h5>Corps-discours numérique et urbanités. Visibilié, désirabilité, empowerment</h5>

Corps-discours numérique et urbanités. Visibilié, désirabilité, empowerment

Marie-Anne PAVEAU has been a professor of French linguistics since 2005 and a member of Pleiad team at the University of Paris 13. She is a member of the scientific and editorial committees of several international journals: Language and society (MSH Paris), Néologica (Garnier), Itinéraires ltc (published by Pleiad team of Paris 13), EID&A (a digital journal of Integrated studies on Discourse analysis and Argumentation, Brazil), Cadernos de Estudos Lingüísticos (Campinas, Brazil).
Her research is carried out within three major axes: i) the history and epistemology of text-speech theories, ii) the speech related to women, sex and body, iii) digital discourse analysis. Marie-Anne Paveau publishes her research notes “a space of thinking over the theory of speech under renewed epistemological angles” to consult absolutely!

FRANCIS JAUREGUIBERRY

Photo du Professeur Francis Jauréguiberry

La déconnexion aux TIC comme épreuve hypermoderne

Francis Jaueguiberry is a sociologist, a professor at the University of Pau who has been running the laboratory SET (Society Environment Territory) at the CNRS for a long time. His research deals with the new forms of identity and sociability generated by the extension of information and communication technologies.
He is the author of about a hundred chapters of books or articles in scientific journals in sociology of communication, about the uses of ICT, as well as about the identity, experience or hypermodernity. He is a co-founder and the head of the Research Committee “sociology of communication” at the AISLF.

Pascal LARDELLIER

<h5>Quelques perspectives socio-anthropologiques sur une génération hyper-connectée...</h5>

Quelques perspectives socio-anthropologiques sur une génération hyper-connectée...

Pascal LARDELLIER est Professeur à l’Université de Bourgogne (Dijon). Il est rattaché au CIMEOS/3S (EA 4177), et est directeur scientifique de Propedia, laboratoire du Groupe IGS (Paris). Il est aussi responsable d’un Master Recherche « Communication et médiations » et de la collection « Des Hauts et Débats » à L’Harmattan.

Ses recherches sont principalement consacrés aux usages sociaux des TIC et d’Internet, aux théories de la relation interpersonnelle et à la ritualité dans les sociétés contemporaines.

 

ALEXANDRA SAEMMER

<h5>Hypertext semiotics<br> a critical approach</h5>

Hypertext semiotics
a critical approach


Alexandra SAEMMER
est professeure en Sciences de l’Information et de la Communication à l’Université Paris 8. Membre du CEMTI (Centre d’Etudes sur les Médias, les Technologies et l’Internationalisation), elle est aussi directrice adjointe du labex Arts H2H et responsable éditoriale de la revue Hybrid.


Ses projets de recherche portent sur une approche sémiotique et rhétorique des écritures numériques. Elle s’intéresse aussi aux pratiques de création et de réception du livre numérique « augmenté ». Alexandra SAEMMER a donc publié plusieurs ouvrages sur la littérature et les arts numériques et elle est aussi auteure de littérature numérique.

Autour du colloque

The welcome cocktail was organized in the evening of the first day of the conference.
It took place in City hall of Sainte-Adresse in the presence of some elected local representatives.

A welcome cocktail at the City hall of Sainte-Adresse

The welcome cocktail was organized in the evening of the first day of the conference. It took place in City hall of Sainte-Adresse in the presence of some elected local representatives.
Being aboard a speedboat, the researchers were able to discover Deauville and its surroundings.

Culturel visit : Deauville



Being aboard a speedboat, the researchers were able to discover Deauville and its surroundings.
Finding themselves in a less formal atmosphere at the Casino de Deauville restaurant,  the researchers were able to exchange and to discuss their ideas during the Gala dinner offered by the administration of the IUT of Le Havre.

Gala Diner at Casino de Deauville

Finding themselves in a less formal atmosphere at the Casino de Deauville restaurant, the researchers were able to exchange and to discuss their ideas during the Gala dinner offered by the administration of the IUT of Le Havre.

Ils ont soutenu l’organisation du colloque 2016

L’État, la Région Normandie, l’Université du Havre, IDEES Le Havre, le PRSH, l’IUT du Havre,
Lesterius, Oril industrie et la CCI du Havre.