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La signification politique des dessins de Plantu (1972-2000) :

Abstract : Plantu, one of the columnists of the french newspaper Le Monde, has been drawing since 1972 cartoons which cause a lot of readers to smile rather than laugh. The reason is that the humorous aspect of his drawings hide both emotion and thought as regards the national and international news. Our research aims first of all at showing that Plantu is non only a journalist but also a militant. He fights for Democraty, the Human Rights and the improvement of Man's living conditions. Our research aims too at showing that Plantu shares the fundamental values of the magazines he has been working for ; he has even managed several times to move them away of their official line. As a conclusion, we would like to attach the greatest importance to considering "the newspper cartoon" as a political chronicle. We would like to insist, too, on the necessity to distinguish it from the humorous pages or comic strips ; we prefer to link it to political science.
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Rémi Pézerat. La signification politique des dessins de Plantu (1972-2000) :. Science politique. Université Nancy 2, 2002. Français. ⟨NNT : 2002NAN20011⟩. ⟨tel-01776446⟩



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