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L’opinion à la conquête de l’international

Abstract : Public opinion’s international advance
The international political impact of the information and communication revolution has no doubt been underestimated. By directly addressing individuals, the mass media are now consummating a process that has been at work since the 19th century, reshuffling the cast of international players and shifting the prevailing paradigms. Hitherto a jealously guarded reserve of State, foreign affairs are now “everybody’s business”. Individuals within a given country are joining forces to assert their opinions on international affairs – opinions that have currency within their national borders, but may well converge with those of other populaces as well. Concurrently, transnational networks are mobilizing with growing autonomy, creating a truly transnational forum for debate and for the expression of international public opinion.
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Bertrand Badie. L’opinion à la conquête de l’international. Raisons politiques, Presses de Science Po, 2005, pp.9 - 24. ⟨hal-01719395⟩



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