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Représenter le travail en bande dessinée : de la sociologie en image à l’interrogation par l’image

Abstract : Work as a topic has become more popular recently, after a quiet periode of almost two decades. In addition, comics and graphical novels today have gone far beyond the realm of fiction, and now also cover historical, biographical or societal subjects. After presenting the very lively context in which non-fiction comics are currently developing, particularly in France, the article examines the representation of work through sociological surveys adapted to comic and graphical form in the Sociorama series (2016-2017) and shows its strengths and limitations. As a counterpoint, it analyses the way in which the German author Birgit Weyhe elaborates a reflection on work in general, and on the status of artistic work in particular, in the comic strip Arbeit - ein eigenes Arbeitszimmer (2015).
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Catherine Teissier. Représenter le travail en bande dessinée : de la sociologie en image à l’interrogation par l’image. Cahiers d'études germaniques, Université de Provence-Aix-Marseille, 2021, Parlons travail! Les nouvelles limites du travail et leur représentation. ⟨hal-03226244⟩

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