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Digital media practices as digital border experiences among French cross-border commuters in Luxembourg

Abstract : The purpose of this chapter is to analyze the impact of a digital border onthe digital media practices of French cross-border commuters in Luxem-bourg, and how this contributes to the construction of their border experi-ences. An outline is given of the typology of media practices, and put intoperspective with the social representations of the border, the Greater Re-gion, and the position of the cross-border commuters in the social, profes-sional, and cultural space. The methodology is qualitative: semi-directiveinterviews (N=20, 10 women, 10 men) addressed all the media practices ofthe respondents (traditional media, digital media, and social networks viasmartphones/computers/tablets) and their real-life experiences as cross-bor-der commuters.
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Corinne Martin. Digital media practices as digital border experiences among French cross-border commuters in Luxembourg. Christian Wille; Birte Nienaber. Border Experiences in Europe. Everyday Life – Working Life – Communication – Languages, 1, Nomos Verlag, pp.169-192, 2020, Border Studies. Cultures, Spaces, Orders, 978-3-8487-5444-1. ⟨10.5771/9783845295671⟩. ⟨hal-02429999⟩

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