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- Anne Albert Cromarias1
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- Bory, Stefano1
- Boyer, Géraldine1
- Cadier, Frédéric1
- Cary, Paul1
- Casado, Rémi1
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From ideas to innovations : a sociocognitive approach for a strategic perspective
This work is devoted to the study of sensemaking in the early stages of the development of innovative ideas. Our strategic perspective aims at understanding the dynamic mechanisms permitting to identify opportunities, to organize resources and to drive processes leading to the launch of innovation p...
Research in support of an ethics in the practice of adapted physical activities
This contribution was intended to answer the following question: Does research play a role in helping us understand ethical issues in the practice of appropriate physical activities? We relied on the ethical distinction applied between a top-down and a bottom-up approach, one based on the philosophi...
Social complexity and rational simplification: say stratification in the Middle Ages.
any inductive method, starting from individual and practical to collective and abstract, raises the problem of complexity. This is all the more true in history as diachrony prevents the perception of social stratification in a fixed way. In order to distinguish between the different categories, it i...
Artistic project-spaces. A concrete utopia for a still undeveloped future
This text is a new edition of an article written in 2002. Among other things, it allows to ponder about questions that have already been strongly addressed and yet remained unresolved at the end of the past century, as well as on their permanence or their particular variation one or two decades late...
Dominant African parties : a historical sociology of the PDG in Gabon and the RPT in Togo
To understand the domination and the grip on power of some political parties in sub-Saharan Africa, we must go beyond the classic labeling and have a deeper look at how they function in practice. In this regard, this thesis, which is based on an ethnographic survey carried out in several localities...
The renewal of organizational careers : a foresight approach to career anchors in the food industries
The present labour market destabilize the labour society and, with the disappearance of the long-terme employment relationship, employees are forced to develop career strategies to protect themselves from new social risks. However, companies in the food industry are facing difficulties in recruiting...
Analysis of numerical traces of interaction with kTBS4LA
Our screening will address the methodologies for analysis of numerical traces of interaction. It will build on the work we are carrying out in the framework of the Classcraft project (Sanchez et al., 2016), a digital classroom management game that aims to foster collaboration between them and respec...
Guarantee and other personal guarantees Guarantee and other personal guarantees: State of French law
The purpose of this study, commissioned by the Ministry of Justice, was to report on the state of positive law on guarantees and other personal guarantees. The guarantee, which was presented less than 30 years ago as a security in decline, seems to have seen considerable renewal in practice since th...
The dialectical reason as critical experience : praxis, history and ethics in Jean-Paul Sartre’s philosophy (1956-1965)
The aim of this research is to delineate, within the Sartrian thought of the Sixties, the mobile perimeter inside which to define ethics as the overcoming possibility for a critical thought. In other words: as the subjective assumption of its political dimension. The shift of Sartre’s historical-pol...
Research in support of an ethics in the practice of adapted physical activities
This contribution was intended to answer the following question: Does research play a role in helping us understand the problems of ethics in practice of adapted physical activities? We relied on the distinction in ethic applied between a top-down approach and a bottom-up approach, the first based o...
Living with water scarcity in Recife
International audience Dans cet article, nous nous baserons sur un travail de terrain mené depuis 2012 par des sociologues et des anthropologues, dans le cadre du projet COQUEIRAL (ANR-11-CEPL-012/ FACEPE APQ-0077-3.07/11 / FAPESP 2011/50553-0) visant à décrire et analyser les sources de salinisatio...
A professional sensibility : clinical approach of social education
During the last ten years education for social work underwent deep changes due to the new references generated by the Bologna process. In Switzerland, these transformations are answers to a policy of valuation of the professionaleducation and of the adaptation of contents to the needs of economic ci...
Engage in flexicurity at meso level in PMO
If flexicurity seems to be a solution to minimize economic and social difficulties, the micro level just begins to be studied. To consider small and medium organizations (SMOs), it seems worthwhile to use a meso-organizationnal approach, where employers constitute a network. This paper uses the theo...
The reasons for assigning a dispute settlement function to the regulatory authorities: a comparison between France and the United Kingdom
In France and the United Kingdom, a contentious function was entrusted to independent authorities. Although their power to impose penalties has been very serious, the same is true of their power to settle disputes relating to access to shared rights. While the comparative analysis of the reasons for...
Bled holiday and reports to origins: space as a concrete medium for identities
Dans ce chapitre, je propose d’utiliser des outils conceptuels tirés de la sociologie urbaine (manières d’habiter, primarité/secondarité) afin de décaler le regard et les problématiques souvent posés sur les descendants d’immigrés en termes d’identité (double identité ou tension identitaire). En pro...
Thinking about work: for a cross-sectional approach between sociology and literature
The article proposes to use an epistemological posture for knowledge of social change — including work as a concrete empirical example — at the intersection between sociology and literature. The aim is to go beyond a theoretical position which gives scientific discourse greater legitimacy than liter...
A quest for exactness : machines, algebra and geometry for tractional constructions of differential equations
In La Géométrie, Descartes proposed a “balance” between geometric constructions and symbolic manipulation with the introduction of suitable ideal machines. In particular, Cartesian tools were polynomial algebra (analysis) and a class of diagrammatic constructions (synthesis). This setting provided a...
Young psychologists of health and disability: what pathways after the diploma?
we are five young psychologists from the Lyon Lumière University 2 and have received training at the Master’s degree in Psychology of Health with specialisation in the field of disability. Our Master’s degree is based on the biopsychosocial model, so our practices always take into account the patien...
Local mental health councils, a new model for partnerships?
for some 15 years, some municipalities have voluntarily been investing in mental health, far beyond their skills, with a view to developing a cross-cutting approach to mental health issues (housing, integration, safety, etc.). The psychosocial suffering which is expressed to them, through various in...
Report on Employer-Employee Relations in the Public Service of Canada
In this article, the author explains the rationale behina the Finkelman report which contains many proposals for legislative change in the Public Service Staff Relations Act„ Some of the key recommendations are discussed but substantial consideration is also given to the constraints the committee ha...
À propos d’implantation, de démographie et de scission villageoises au Néolithique rubané
The dispersion of the LBK agro-pastoral system through western Europe is explored in terms of three related aspects : local demography, segmentation processes and densification / expansion. The local demographic signals are briefly reviewed and form the basis of a presentation of socio-economic and...
Socio-anthropology of health care provision in Benin. In the 1990s, many group-based health insurance systems emerged in Africa, particularly in West Africa, in the case of the population of Zou
in order to overcome the difficulties arising from the application of the principles of the Bamako Initiative. The hopes placed on these micro-insurance systems have been blurred as a result of the low level of public support. Various studies have looked at the issue. Three fundamental reasons were...
Develop locally a collaborative practice focused on SHS for students in science and technology
The first purpose of this article is to present and describe the local experience of an open community of teachers sharing a common problem: the establishment and development of humanities and social sciences education for students in science and technology. This description attached to the practica...
Retour de Bornéo: le terrain entre schèmes actionnables et approfondissement socio-anthropologique
Ce dialogue est le quatrième d'une série de podcasts destinés à approfondir des fondements ou des enjeux conceptuels clé de l'analyse stratégique de la gestion environnementale.Dans la vidéo précédente sur la recherche de schèmes actionnables nous avions souligné que la recherche de solutions à des...