Daniel Dayan, né en 1943, est directeur de recherches émérite au CNRS et intervient dans de nombreuses institutions comme l'Université de Genève et Science Po Paris. Spécialiste des médias, et de leurs audiences en particulier, traduit en 13 langues, il est l'auteur de nombreux articles scientifiques, plusieurs anthologies, et deux livres dont l'un en collaboration avec Elihu Katz.

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  • Daniel Dayan, né en 1943, est directeur de recherches émérite au CNRS et intervient dans de nombreuses institutions comme l'Université de Genève et Science Po Paris. Spécialiste des médias, et de leurs audiences en particulier, traduit en 13 langues, il est l'auteur de nombreux articles scientifiques, plusieurs anthologies, et deux livres dont l'un en collaboration avec Elihu Katz.
  • Daniel Dayan is a French social scientist born in 1943. A fellow of the Marcel Mauss Institute at Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, and of the Levinas European Institute, Dayan has been Director of Research in Sociology, at Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, professor of Media Theory at the Institut d' Etudes Politiques,(Sciences-po) Paris and a Hans Speier Visiting Professor at the New school for Social Research, New York .Dayan holds degrees in Anthropology, Comparative literature, Semiotics & film studies from the Sorbonne, Stanford University and L’Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales where he received a Ph.D in Aesthetics under the direction of Roland Barthes. Dayan has been a visiting lecturer & visiting professor in Media Sociology and Film Theory at numerous European and American universities including Paris II-Institut Français de Presse; Paris III-Sorbonne Nouvelle; Hebrew University Jerusalem; Tel Aviv University ; Moscow-RGGU, Milano; Stanford-France ; The University of Southern California; The University of Pennsylvania; The University of Oslo; The University of Geneva. From 1999 to 2004 Dayan was a member of the European Science Foundation Media ( « Changing media, Changing Europe »). In 2000 he was a resident of the Rockefeller Foundation, Bellagio. In 2001, he served as a foreign expert on media studies for the British “Research Assessment Exercise”. In 2005 he was invited as a resident fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies, Hebrew University, and as an Annenberg Scholar at the University of Pennsylvania. In 2006 he was the Free Speech visiting professor at the University of Bergen. In 2010, he received the ICA Fellows Award for the book Media Events: The Live Broadcasting of History, co-authored with American sociologist Elihu Katz. In 2013 he was invited to give the seventh William Phillips lecture ( Partisan Review ) in New York. Dayan’s work is available in 13 languages. His most recent books are La Terreur spectacle: Terrorisme et Télévision (Paris. INA-De Boek, 2006 ; translated into Portuguese in 2009 ); Televisao Das Audiencias aos Publicos ( with Jose Carlos Abrantes, Lisboa, Livros Horizonte, 2006); Owning the Olympics. Narratives of the New China (with Monroe Price, N Y, Michigan University Press, 2008.Dayan has been a translator, a journal editor, and a media commentator, in print and on screen. He took part in three documentaries and contributed chapters to about a hundred books or journals. including : Les Annales, Annals of the American Social and Political sciences ; the American journal of Sociology ;Communications ;Le Débat ; Film Quarterly ; The Journal of Communication ; L’Homme ; Religion ; Terrain ; Etudes ; Media, Culture and Society ; Partisan Review ; Réseaux ; Revista de Occidente.
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  • Daniel Dayan is a French social scientist born in 1943.
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