Short CV/Education and training

  • 2004
    "Chargée de cours", UFR ATE of Information and Communication, University of Savoie (F)

  • 2002 – 2005
    "Chargée de cours", Institute of Information and Communication, University of Neuchâtel (CH)

  • 2000 – 2005
    "Maître-assistante" (70%), Department of Sociology and DEA in Communication and Media Sciences, University of Geneva (CH)

  • 2007
    "Chargée de cours", Department of Sociology, University of Geneva (CH)

  • 2005
    Invited "Maître de conférence", Institut Français de Presse (IFP), University of Paris II-Assas (F)

  • 2005 – 2007
    Assistant Professor (= professor on a grant from the Swiss National Science Fundation (SNF)), Institute of Information and Communication, University of Neuchâtel (CH)

  • 2007 – 2011
    Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Geneva (CH)

  • Since 2011
    Associate Professor (part time)

Selected publications

  • Dubied, Annik (2004), Les dits et les scènes du fait divers, Genève-Paris, Droz (Travaux de sciences sociales)

  • Dubied, Annik & LITS, Marc (1999), Le fait divers, Paris, P.U.F (Que sais-je?)

  • Dubied, Annik (dir.) (spring 2009), Communication, n°27/1: L’information people http://communication.revues.org/index1209.html

  • Dubied, Annik, Gerber, David et Fall, Juliet (eds)(2012), Aux frontières de l'animal. Mises en scène et réflexivités, Genève/Paris, Droz

  • Dubied, Annik (2008), «Catalyse et ‘parenthèse enchantée’. Quand le fait divers rencontre la politique-people», in Le Temps des Médias, n°10 : Peoplisation et politique (disponible sur CAIRN: http://www.cairn.info/accueil.php?PG=START)

  • Gorin, Valérie, Dubied, Annik et Burton-Jeangros, Claudine (2009), «Une re-définition de la frontière Humain-Animal à travers les images des médias d'information suisses», in Studies in Communication Sciences, n°9/2, pp.61–90

  • Gerber, David, Burton-Jeangros, Claudine and Dubied, Annik (2011), "Animals in the Media: new Boundaries of Risk?", in Health, Risk and Society, n°13/1, pp.17–30

  • Gorin, Valérie and Dubied, Annik (2011), "Desirable People. Reading Social Values through Celebrity", in Media, Culture and Society, 33/4, pp.599–618

  • Gouabault, Emmanuel, Dubied, Annik and Burton-Jeangros, Claudine (fall 2011), "True/Genuine? Growing zoocentrism or dogged anthropocentrism? The personification of animal figures in the news", in Humanimalia, 3/1, pp.77–100

  • Burton-Jeangros, Claudine and Dubied, Annik (2011), "Human and non-human animals at risk of each other: a study of the Swiss information media", in Society and Animals, 19, pp.337–357



Complete list of publications

Selected projects

  • Celebrity-news : an oxymoron? / Un type d'événement qui pose la question des limites de la presse écrite d'information: le people. Son expansion contemporaine, sa mise en scène et les enjeux journalistiques et sociaux de son écriture. Swiss National Science Fundation (SNF), Project with 2 research assistants. 2005 – 2011

  • The representations of animals in the swiss news media. From the ‘nice pet’ to the ‘threatening Other’ (with Associate Professor Claudine Burton-Jeangros), Federal Veterinary Office (FVO), with 2 research assistants and 1 post-PhD researcher. 2007 – 2009

  • Representing women, defining Islam – Constructions de l’altérité et dynamiques multicuturelles en Suisse romande (with Lecturers Matteo Gianni et Lorena Parini). Swiss national Science Fundation (SNF), with two research assistants. 2007 – 2009

Membership in scientific bodies/juries

  • Member of the Editorial Board, Communication (Laval, Québec) / Collection Info&com, De Boeck Editions (Belgium) / Recherche en Communication, Louvain-la-Neuve (Belgium)/ Marketing et Communication

  • External assessor, Conseil de recherche en sciences humaines du Canada / Fonds national suisse de la recherche scientifique/ Fonds national de la recherche scientifique belge

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