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Questions de communication is a biannual peer-reviewed academic journal that promotes deepening or renewing of approaches on a theme – issue’s subject – through contributions referring to different scientific traditions. Based on pluralism, it provokes debates on concepts and methods used in works dealing with information-communication (Exchanges, Research Notes). At last, paying attention to an international dimension, it aims an increase of knowledge circulation and of comparative dynamics, including the rubric "En VO" ("In Original Version") and reviews of French and foreign books. Proceedings are published in Questions de communication • série actes series.

As soon as an issue is published, the introductions more the Reading Notes are available in full text and open access.

Latest issue
29 | 2016
L'antibiorésistance, un problème en quête de publics

Couverture Questions de communication 29
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Editor's notes

Pour sa 29e livraison, Questions de communication inaugure une nouvelle rubrique, intitulée « En VO », dont la vocation est d’héberger des articles scientifiques inédits en langue originale. Pour en savoir plus, voir ci-dessous la présentation d'Angeliki Monnier : « “En VO” ou le pari du plurilinguisme ».

For its 29th issue, Questions de communication initiates a new rubric, entitled “En VO” (“In Original Version”), which presents articles in orginal language.