Query : Associative work
- Adèle Garnier3
- Annaelle Piva3
- Biorcio, Roberto2
- Pablo Míguez2
- Sebastián Carenzo2
- A. Solodovnik1
- A. V. Skiba1
- Abdoussalami, Issa1
- Adeline Perrot1
- Adriana Archenti1
- Agusdin Agusdin1
- Ahmad, Faten1
- Ait Tejan, Mohamed1
- Aleksandr V. Savchenko1
- Alex Tristão de Santana1
- Alexander Fedorov1
- Alexandre, Frédéric1
- alfattory rheza syahrul1
- Aline Villavicencio1
- Almudena Cortes Maisonave1
- Gender Studies52
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences38
- Political Science29
- Methods and Statistics25
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology16
- Architecture and Space Management14
- Musicology and Performing Arts14
- Art and Art History12
- Biological Anthropology9
- Economies and Finances9
- Communication Sciences5
- Cultural Heritage and Museology5
- Classical Studies2
- Environmental studies1
Plurality of volunteering and disputes over legitimacy within a professional sports club: the case of Quimper Volley 29 Elite
The organisational study of the Quimper Volley 29 Élite shows that, like the structures resulting from the voluntary sport movement, this volleyball club has embarked on a process of professionalisation which leads to interpersonal and organisational difficulties. The purpose of this memory is to qu...
Flexibilization of Labour Law in Belgium: Analysis of a Short-Lived New Regime and its Downfall: The Case of Associative Work
Flexibility has become a key word in contemporary labour relationships. To which extend may the legislator modify Labour Law regulations or exclude their application when it perceives them as a burden on economic actors? The presentation will focus on a particularly far-reaching example. The Belgian...
Encourage young people to want: transfer to the place and transmission
At a time when decision-makers and social stakeholders are looking for efficiency and new techniques that facilitate psychosocial and educational action, it is essential not to forget that the driving force behind change and well-being is access to the desire of the social and psychological subject,...
Advance care planning for institutionalised older people: an integrative review of the literature.
BACKGROUND: This integrative review of the literature describes the evolution in knowledge and the paradigm shift that is necessary to switch from advance directives to advance care planning. AIMS AND OBJECTIVES: It presents an analysis of concepts, trends, models and experiments that enables identi...
Thinking socialism as a possible
Isaac Joshua. Envisaging Socialism as Being of the Possible. The second volume of the work by Tony Andréani, Socialism is (of) the Future, has considerable merit, i. e. daring to make proposals. The author passes in review various socialist models and focuses on that of associative socialism : In su...
The retrieval of a person’s own name: basic elements on semantic memory information and elements applied for the management of Elzheimer’s disease.
being able to identify the person in front of himself and be able to find his or her name are essential activities for everyday social interaction. However, its own name appears to be specific information compared with other information available on a person. The retrieval of this information is oft...
The French associative landscape — Measures and evolutions The French associative landscape — Measures and evolutions: Profile/Activities/Budget/Private/Public financing/Leaders/Employee employment/Voluntary work
Cellular study of the genesis and learning of a motivated behavior in Aplysia
Motivated behaviors such as feeding or sexual behavior are irregularly expressed by impulsive drives from the central nervous system. However, such goal-directed acts are regulated by sensory inputs and learning. In a form of associative learning, appetitive operant conditioning, an animal learns th...
Activists from the Justice and Development Party in Morocco and Ennahdha in Tunisia: forms of engagement and organisation
The integration of Ennahdha (Tunisia) and the Justice and Development Party (Morocco) into the established political game has led to the feminisation of these Islamist parties and has had an impact on women activists in their ranks. The article shows that women have been involved in the construction...
Independent traders in Paris: the asset of proximity?
to remain an independent trader in a large city such as Paris is becoming increasingly difficult when urban proximity and sociability are diminishing as a result of consumption practices that are more linked to the market reputation of the place and the facade of shops. More in the southern part of...
The ‘anti-mnetic trace’. Assumptions about the mental trauma of the child
Exception of the baby and the very young child, mental trauma in a child, if one is to take into account its particular modes of expression such as the game or design, do not fundamentally differ in its semmiological expression from that of the adult. In both cases, the same terms can be found to de...
Careers of Comorian community leaders : Paris, Grande-Comore
The Comorians in France constitute one of the most important diasporas despite their weak involvement on the social and political scene. Although Comorian immigration is an old phenomenon, the population resulting from this migration remains little studied. Like many African communities and despite...
Multimodal imaging analysis in Charles Bonnet Syndrome: a case report
Charles Bonnet syndrome (CBS) is a rare condition characterized by visual impairment associated with complex visual hallucinations in psychologically normal elderly people. Previous studies have suggested that visual hallucinations may be caused by brain damage in the visual system. However, in the...
Latin American migrations. Processes and identities: the Uruguay case in Argentina
contemporary international migration is limited to the consolidation of the world economy, the political structuring of societies and the generation of ethnicities. Based on this broad consensus, research focuses on the economic, political or ethnic factors involved. In this work, we propose to anal...
Associationism and participation: Associations
Italy has always been characterised by a very low level of membership compared to other European countries. The figures continue to impress the observatories, since Almond and VERBA’s research on civic culture [1963, p. 246]. In a context where political integration was largely based on party politi...
What does psychanalysis work in a group situation consist of?
‘titrebSummary’/titrebAfAfter having found the emergence of group psychanalytic practices in the context of changes in modern societies, the author identifies the main trends in their practices and theories. It describes the characteristics of the group as a psychanalytic working device by referring...
Work, training, social and community life: rethink the organisation of life times.
Professionalisation of volunteers: skills and frameworks
While much work shows that associations tend to become professionalised, there is also the development of skills volunteering. In the light of current developments which are profoundly reshaping the voluntary sector, it is therefore questionable whether this more professional and competitive form of...
Working and living time with women. Anthropological and ethnolingual approach to sex construction in Ouvéa (New Caledonia)
This memory proposes the study of the concept of work as designed in Ouvéa, New Caledonia, and as it arises through female, daily and customary practices. These practices have been related to the time scale, more specifically to the different time scales within which they take place and make sense....
Using Conventional Bibliographic Databases for Social Science Research: Web of Science and Scopus are not the Only Options
Although large citation databases such as Web of Science and Scopus are widely used in bibliometric research, they have several disadvantages, including limited availability, poor coverage of books and conference proceedings, and inadequate mechanisms for distinguishing among authors. We discuss the...
The Effects of Open Space on Reducing Workplace Stress: Case Study of Business Park in the Post-Socialist Urban Setting
Working people spend around 54% of their waking hours at a workplace, according to recent statistics. Work-related stress is unavoidable, and it can damage the health of employees and affect business performance. In this paper, we argue that open space inside the workplace environment can have a pos...
La crisis COVID en el sector cultural chileno: estrategias de acción colectiva y políticas culturales desde abajo
The purpose of this article is to map the responses brought forth by Chile’s cultural and artistic sector —one of the most seriously affected by the health restriction policies implemented— to the COVID-19 crisis. Through a qualitative strategy that combines virtual ethnography, press analysis, and...
Public positions, strategies and interventions in migration contexts
In this work, we specify conceptual positions and advance some of the results of a research project that we are carrying out on migrants of mainly Latin American origin in the La Plata region. By doing so, we seek to take over the possibilities and ways in which these develop integration strategies...
Representing school discourse stimuli
Discourse study in contemporary science is characterized by various approaches, whose integrative feature is the fact that this theoretical phenomenon is considered as a communicative activity and is caused by anthropocentric factors of speech generation. The representation of school discourse stimu...
Assessment of human development projects under the NHRI: The case of the Biranzarane Tikiouine district in Agadir
This work provides an assessment of the socio-economic significance of public projects under the National Human Development Initiative (NHDI) in the Biranzarane Tikiouine district in Agadir. The evaluation is carried out on the basis of a grid including the study of five effects of the projects: per...