Stephane Dorin

Stephane Dorin
University of Limoges | UNILIM · Département de Sociologie

PhD

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Introduction
Stephane Dorin currently works at the Department of Sociology, University of Limoges. His research interests are Cultural Sociology, Sociology of Music, Globalization of Culture and Cultural and Creative Industries. He's done ethnographic fieldwork, especially in India, and he uses also quantitative methods such as Geometric Data Analysis. He's done mixed methods research on classical music markets and audiences in France and develops this research trend on new music and audience development in an European project (www.interfacesnetwork.eu)
Additional affiliations
September 2014 - present
University of Limoges
Position
  • Professor (Full)
September 2007 - August 2014
Université de Vincennes - Paris 8
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
September 2003 - August 2007
Université Paris 13 Nord
Position
  • Professeur agrégé
Description
  • I put up there a Master's Degree in Cultural Mediation in 2005 and used to teach sociology of arts and culture, economic sociology of cultural industries, as well as research methods.

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Publications (34)
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Article à paraître dans la Revue de l'Institut de Sociologie, numéro spécial "« Arts et vieillissement. Les âges de la création, de la médiation et de la réception artistiques »
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Olivier Roueff Jazz, les échelles du plaisir. Intermédiaires et culture lettrée en France au xxe siècle Paris, La Dispute, 2013, 368 p. - Volume 72 Issue 3 - Stéphane Dorin
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Les publics de la musique classique font l'objet d'un grand nombre de représentations sociales, depuis les caricatures de Daumier à l'Opéra de Paris jusqu'aux mises en scène des nouveaux publics d'El Sistema. Si le constat de leur déclin et de la nécessité de promouvoir leur renouvellement à l'ère numérique semble désormais largement partagé, comme...
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1 coffret (2 livrets de 16 p., 1 livret de [56] p. et 10 dépl.) Yves Chaudouët, Jocelyn Cottencin, Sophie Kaplan, La Criée, Rennes "L'art Racine" sont des journées d études d artiste proposées par Yves Chaudouët Mercredi 14 et jeudi 15 janvier 2015, 10 h-18 h au Diapason, Université de Rennes 1 Auteurs : Marcel Bouché, Joël Boustie, Mark W. Brown...
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Swingin’ India : The Colonial and Postcolonial Diffusion of Jazz in IndiaMaterial from the private archives of Roy Butler, a black American saxophonist who lived in Bombay and Calcutta, elucidates the history of the diffusion of jazz in India. This music, initially reserved for the colonial elite, was soon adopted by local musicians, in particular...
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Material from the private archives of Roy Butler, a black American saxophonist who lived in Bombay and Kolkata, elucidates the history of the diffusion of jazz in India. This music, initially reserved for the colonial elite, was soon adopted by local musicians, in particular Anglo-Indians. As listeners and musicians intermingled during the Second W...
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De nombreuses enquêtes sur les pratiques culturelles, en France et dans le monde, ont montré que les publics de la culture et des arts se sont profondément transformés depuis les années 1980. En particulier, les auditeurs de musique se caractérisent de plus en plus par la diversité des genres qu'ils écoutent et apprécient, faisant la part belle aux...
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This article deals with the construction of local identity in Calcutta (Kolkata) through the reappropriation of Western forms of popular music. The focus is on the acculturation process which has taken place in Calcutta, with a particular emphasis on popular music (jazz, rock and pop). The major questions revolve around the dimensions of globalizat...
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Musical forms such as ragtime and jazz were played in Calcutta’s hotels and clubs, important institutions in elites’ social life in colonial India. The musicians could be European or American, when a foreign band was hired for a season. Some of these formations tended to include Anglo-Indian members. Anglo-Indian musicians acted as go-betweens, pas...
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Kemper, Steven. 2001. Buying and believing. Sri Lankan advertising and consumers in a transnational world. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. x + 264 pp. Pb.: $20.00. ISBN: 0 226 43041 3. Malefyt, Timothy de Waal and Brian Moeran (eds.). 2003. Advertising cultures. Oxford: Berg. xiv + 220 pp. Pb.: £16.99/$24.95. ISBN: 1 85973 678 5. Mazzarella,...
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In this article, the author aims at reconstructing the logic of the transfer of artistic legitimacy and fame, conceptualized as symbolic capital, from Andy Warhol to his favorite band, The Velvet Underground, between 1965 and 1967, at the Factory. This place, symbolically associated with 20th century art, was at the same time a meeting place and th...

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