- Category : Writers-Fiction
- Type : GE
- Profile : 1/3 - Investigating / Martyr
- Definition : Triple Split
- Incarnation Cross : RAX Penetration 2
French Sociologist-philosopher, a member of the French National Committee for Scientific Research and in 1987 the winner of the Charles Veillon prize.
At 20 he joined the Communist Party during the occupation of France, and was expelled ten years later. Co-founder of the committee of intellectuals against the war in North Africa, he contributed political articles to France-Observateur.
In 1957 he founded Arguments and in 1967 Communications. His publications include "New Trends in the Study of Mass Communications, 1968, "The Red and the White: Report from a French Village," 1970 and "Rumour in Orléans," 1971.
Morin married on 12 May 1945, divorced on 10 April 1970; two daughters. He made a second marriage on 12 September 1972 and divorced 6 February 1981, with a third marriage on 24 June 1982.