Copie, mode d'emploi (Médium n°32-33, octobre-décembre 2012)

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- Médiologie de la copie (R. Debray, L. Merzeau) - Raison et déraison du droit d’auteur (Maryvonne de Saint Pulgent) - L’éditeur et la copie numérique (Antoine Gallimard) - Théocopie (Jean-François Colosimo) GENÈSES - L’institution du signe (Olivier Bomsel) - La fabrique de l’originalité (Robert Kopp) - Trous de mémoire (Pierre-Marc de Biasi) - Le vivant entre variation et réplique (Laura Bossi) VARIANTES - Vrais faux et faux vrais (Jean Clair) - L’art au défi du multiple (Michel Melot) - La part de l’interprète (Daniel Bougnoux) - Photos : quelle valeur ? (Monique Sicard) - Variations sur les usages de la copie en musique (Vincent Tiffon)
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Medium
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Published on
Dec 6, 2015
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Pages
446
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ISBN
9791095192206
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Language
French
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Social Science / General
Social Science / Sociology / General
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Council Of Europe
The media play a crucial role in the protection of human rights. They
expose human rights violations and offer an arena for different voices
to be heard in public discourse. Free, independent and pluralistic media
are a core element of any democracy. However, the power of the media
can also be misused to the extent that the very functioning of democracy
is threatened. Some media outlets have been turned into propaganda
megaphones for those in power. Others have been used to incite
xenophobic hatred and violence against minorities and other vulnerable
groups.Now the phenomenon of social media presents us with a range of
fresh challenges. Blogs, video and social networking sites have become a
key forum for political debate and organisation - so much so that they
have provoked counter-responses from some repressive states. While there
is a need to ensure better protection of personal integrity in social
media, the right to freedom of expression must not be undermined.The
purpose of this publication is to contribute to a more thorough
discussion on media developments and their impact on human rights in a
constantly changing media landscape. Eight experts were invited to
contribute their personal assessments of trends and problems. They have
not shied away from addressing controversial issues or providing
far-reaching suggestions. Together their texts indicate that there is a
need for stronger protection of media freedom and freedom of expression
in Europe today. These are clearly topics of paramount importance which
demand serious public debate.
Ouvrage Collectif
Do you like coffee? No? Well, if you don’t I am sure you know at least one person that does?
Let me tell you a little story about a coffee company. A coffee company that almost missed their train of opportunity to grow and expand their business.
It all began about 40 years ago when three friends decided to start a coffee business. In this business they would cater to the American consumer and provide top notch gourmet roasted coffee beans.
Life was good! And their business was growing at a nice steady pace. Then one day they decided to hire a young Director of Operations and Marketing. This new guy brought, well, a new perspective to the three friends, and one day this new guy traveled to Milan. This was a trip that would change his young life forever!
While in Milan the young man was fascinated with the coffee shops that littered the streets and the culture that was centered around those coffee shops. Right then and there he knew this would be a huge success in America... So, what did he do?
He reported his findings to the three coffee shop owners. He explained the culture to the men, and how people bought their pre-brewed gourmet coffee in the shop... How they sat down to read the daily news and sip their cup of joe in the shop... And,well, how they just enjoyed the social and laid back atmosphere of the coffee shop. In fact, it was really a cafe setting.
What did the three owners think about this revolutionary idea? It won’t work. They believed that coffee was meant to be enjoyed in the peace and quiet of the home, and not at a local cafe.
Needless to say, those three men eventually sold their company to the young man, and that young man grew the revolutionary coffee cafe idea into over 17,000 stores in more than 55 countries. In fact, it’s a household name today.
What’s the company’s name? None other than Starbucks!
You see, Howard Schultz foresaw where the coffee industry was heading, and he saw to it that Starbucks would reap the benefits of this new trend.
The lesson? Businesses need to be aware of the different market trends and embrace them. This will promote growth which will ultimately promote new revenue streams.
Well, I’m here to tell you that it’s happening again. A new trend that is. And this is a trend which affects every business, and this means you, too!
What is this trend? It’s blogging. It’s social media. It’s customer relations in the 21st century. It’s being connected with your consumer, and engaging them.
You can be like the three old friends and sit down on the opportunity, and there’s nothing wrong with that. They grew a successful business providing their local market with freshly roasted gourmet coffee beans, but they lost out on an opportunity to take their business and brand to the next level.
Or you can be more like Schultz and follow the trends... You could go where the consumers are. And where are the consumer’s today? Online.
Ouvrage Collectif
Alzheimer’s disease is a disorder of the mind. The disorder often causes progressive memory loss, as well as robbing those who suffer the disease of their intellectual purpose. Alzheimer’s disease runs along the course and aside dementias. Dementias are a cognitive deterioration, as well as intellectual decaying of the mind. The disorder progressively works to deteriorate the intellectual purpose, robbing the soul of memory. Dementias often occurs while the brain is functioning, i.e. controlling progress, or movement, etc, which the senses are detained.
Alzheimer’s often targets the older generation. In fact, the older generation often experiences at one time various disorders of the mind, including Alzheimer. Technically, Alzheimer’s disease is a medical disorder, since it causes dementias. The degenerative illness affects the brain, usually late in one’s life.
According to medical experts,’ such as those who specialize in geriatrician, claim that socialism and its roles are one of the leading factors that characterize diseases in which the older generation develops. According to medical experts,’ older people who do not socialize or live alone is subject to Alzheimer’s disease, dementias, and various other brain disorders. In addition, medical experts’ claim that elders with a higher education can detect disorders of the mind sooner than those with lower education do. The experts’ are venturing to say that if symptoms are noted sooner, intervention strategies can reduce the amount of those suffering Alzheimer’s disease, or related disorders.
The economics also factors into health. Health care is the leading cause that many people do not seek complete medical attention. According to medical experts’ the older generation has less insurance coverage than any other group of societians’. Lack of healthcare leaves the older souls fighting their own illnesses without the medical care they deserve. In fact the economic conditions has lead to increases in Parkinson’s disease, Osteoporosis, Hypothyroidism, Strokes, Urine incontinence, herpes zoster shingles, bedsores, diabetes, prostatic hyperplasia, and so on.
The problem behind healthcare limits has caused enormous conditions in the system, such as Alzheimer’s disease. The disease if noted earlier is curable, yet because many people lack medical care, thus the disease develops into a life-long condition that has no cure.
The problem continues, since the older generation develops several diseases at a single time. The conditions cause’s interruptions as the chain reaction of diseases affect the other. For instance, those with Alzheimer’s develop dementias, which work against the first disease and causes rapid deterioration.
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