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High spin studies of $^{172,173}$Os: complex alignment mechanism

Abstract : We are interested in the organisational changes in identity, brought about by the juxtaposition of paper and electronic media in the domain of daily newspapers. We define these changes through a specific case: placing the daily newspaper Le Monde on the Internet as Web pages. Our concern is how changes in identity, related to placing a daily newspaper on-line, are understood by a “communicational reading”. We explore the on-line newspaper industry using “l'approche communicationnelle” (Alex Mucchielli, 1997, 1998, 2000). This approach pays particular attention to the communication processes which define the on-line newspaper industry. Our objective is to research how the nature of journalism arises, sets itself up and evolves with the help of information and communication technologies.
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C. Baktash, F.K. Mcgowan, N.R. Johnson, I.Y. Lee, M.A. Riley, et al.. High spin studies of $^{172,173}$Os: complex alignment mechanism. Physical Review C, American Physical Society, 1989, 40, pp.725. ⟨in2p3-00005642⟩



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