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Les écrivains sur les plateformes d’intermédiation numériques : pratiques promotionnelles et professionnalisantes

Abstract : The Web 2.0 enabled new actors to emerge and facilitate a direct link between creators and their potential public. Thanks to the new digital broadcasting channels that are websites, blogs and social media, creators are now given the possibilities to take over the intermediation places. Into the book world, and specifically into the publishing world, these intermediation platforms offer writers the tools for online publication and/or selfpublishing. Numerous French writers, even those already published in traditional publishing houses are using these tools in order to be visible, to reach a wider readership or to make more money with their writings. In this study, we will focus on the practises of the users/writers on these platforms and reflect upon the establishment of visibility strategies but also upon the representation they have of their own publication.
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Mélanie Leblanc. Les écrivains sur les plateformes d’intermédiation numériques : pratiques promotionnelles et professionnalisantes. Sciences de l'information et de la communication. 2018. ⟨dumas-03173131⟩

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