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Paysage, identité régionale : les représentations télévisuelles des territoires dans l'arc méditerranéen

Abstract : The creation of administrative regions comes with the emergence of regional televisions or susbidaries that contribute to promote an image of the regional territory. Studying the images of landscapes proposed in TV magazines since 90’ offers the geograph opportunity to understand the links between identity and landscapes. This thesis studies several regions of the European Mediterranean arc in order to propose a comparative analysis. The first part considers landscapes as mirrors of identities and defines three categories : places, natural areas and territories. This typology in a second part allows to decompose the organization of these regional territories shown on TV magazines, especially through main cities and second ones and economical fonctions. Considering that identity appears in a dialectical link with the Other, the third and last part researches, by changing scales, the nets between televisions in the mediterranean arc and more generally in Mediterranean. Finally, the document develops a dynamic classification of these regions between regionalism and neo-regionalism. Although using quantitative (statistics, maps) and qualitative (images and texts analysis) methods, this geographical study is influenced by history and social-sciences.
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Sophie Clairet. Paysage, identité régionale : les représentations télévisuelles des territoires dans l'arc méditerranéen. Sciences de l'Homme et Société. Université de Provence (Aix-Marseille 1), 2000. Français. ⟨tel-01944102⟩



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