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Qualité et différenciation des biens informationnels. Une étude exploratoire sur l'information d'actualité

Abstract : Digital technology, through service innovations and the widespread use of social media, has influenced the quality of information goods. This is the case of cultural goods in general and journalistic information in particular. Yet, there is no consensual definition of quality and its measurement. In the literature, this notion often refers to different concepts and social expectations. This article proposes to use the economic model of vertical and horizontal differentiation to analyze the quality of journalistic information. Our study relies on the linguistic methods of discourse analysis to characterize the editorial choices of news producers. By comparing 93,000 press articles on 31 events between 2015 and 2019 and published by 55 representative news producers in France, we provide a mapping of the French media according to their choices of differentiation, and we assess, on this basis, the quality of journalistic information available on the market.
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Inna Lyubareva, Fabrice Rochelandet, Yannis Haralambous. Qualité et différenciation des biens informationnels. Une étude exploratoire sur l'information d'actualité. Revue d'économie industrielle , Éd. techniques et économiques ; De Boeck Université, 2020, 172 (4), pp.133-177. ⟨10.4000/rei.9593⟩. ⟨hal-03373544⟩

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