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Groensteen, Thierry: "Médiagénie et réflexivité, médiativité et imaginaire. Comment s’incarnent les fables." In: Belphégor 4.2 (2005), <http://dalspace.library.dal.ca/handle/10222/47702> (8. Juli 2012) 
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Resource type: Web Article
Languages: französisch
Peer reviewed
BibTeX citation key: Groensteen2005
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Categories: General
Keywords: Comicforschung, Intermedialität, Marion. Philippe
Creators: Groensteen
Collection: Belphégor
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Abstract
[Abstract in English below]

Cet article discute les applications du concept de « médiagénie » (proposé par Philippe Marion dès 1991) et de médiativité. A la lumière de plusieurs exemples, notamment dans le domaine de la bande dessinée, l’auteur parvient à la conclusion que ces concepts identifient de bonnes questions théoriques, mais qu’ils ne sont en mesure de conduire qu’à des résultats insuffisants, car trop vagues.

This article deals with the concept of « médiagénie » (proposed by Philippe Marion starting in 1991) and its uses, as well as that of « médiativité ». Through various examples drawn mostly from the field of comic books, the author shows that these concepts are useful to identify important theoretical questions, but that they are too vague to achieve significant results.


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