Olivier DONNAT
october 2009
12 p.

First published in 1970s, The Ministry of Culture and Communication’s Cultural Participation survey has been the main barometer of French behaviour in the area of media and culture. Over a decade on from the 1997 results, those published in 2008 shows the impact of ten years of change wrought by the booming digital and internetbased culture: the increasing power of screen culture, the declining popularity of television and radio among the younger generations, declining daily newspaper and book readership and developments in content production.
This short publication is a summary of the book Pratiques culturelles des Français à l’ère numérique coedited by the Editions La Découverte and the french Ministry for Culture and Communication.

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