Through a private-public CIFRE collaboration, the thesis has been financed by Olmix and addresses the communication around antibiotic resistance and its link to food, an important public health problem. At the interface between natural and social sciences, the thesis is based on a highly interdisciplinary approach within the field of social and human sciences. It describes subjects of communication and discourse analysis based on a crossover reflection between political philosophy and sociology of public problems and applied to the antibiotic resistance issue
The thesis has been realized under the direction of Jocelyne Arquembourg-Professor in Information and Communication Sciences at the University Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris 3, and the co-direction of Antoine Andremont-Professor emeritus in Microbiology at the University Paris Diderot, and under the company tuition of Olmix Group’s Scientific director Pi Nyvall Collén, all participating in the thesis jury.
Ms Estera Badau and jury members.