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30 ans de liberté : Comment 1989 est raconté aux Hongrois aujourd’hui : 1989 dans la culture et la communication en Hongrie aujourd’hui, enjeux mémoriels et politiques

Abstract : In 2019, the governement of Hungary organized the 30th Anniversary of 1989, putting on it many more money and efforts than ever before since the end of the Iron Curtain. Our contribution analyses some elements of this great communication campaign (television clip advising giant anniversary concert in Budapest, commemorative stamps serie, free historical exhibition in Budapest). Systematically misleading information is being communicated to a large public through massive image and langage manipulations. This new « pedagogy » around 1989 is aiming to transform the past, showing 1989 as an unended « revolution » which Victor Orbán has himself initiated and which is now to be led to its logical term thanks to the efforts of the same Victor Orbán. With its coarse devices, such a rewriting of history reminds a cult of personality that we thought belonged to the bygone soviet past.
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Céline Bricaire. 30 ans de liberté : Comment 1989 est raconté aux Hongrois aujourd’hui : 1989 dans la culture et la communication en Hongrie aujourd’hui, enjeux mémoriels et politiques. Europe centrale : 30 ans après la chute du Rideau de fer, Aix-Marseille Université, Feb 2020, Aix-en-Provence, France. ⟨hal-02949663v2⟩

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