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Explaining small-retailer patronage through social capital theory
International audience The purpose of this paper is to understand why people shop at small retailers in their community. The authors investigate the influence of consumers’ civic commitment, measured at behavioural and perceptual levels, on small-retailer patronage (SRP). Design/methodology/approach...
Aspirations and Hope Distribution in the Emigration of Maghrebi Europeans in Montreal
peer reviewed The article addresses contemporary forms of European emigration more specifically of Belgian and French ‘second-generation’ migrant youngsters of Maghrebi background leaving Europe for Montreal (Canada). Building on an ethnographic field research conducted in France, Belgium and Montre...
Wine teaching in hotel schools
How is wine produced? Given globalisation, economic policies, regional development, the french paradox and education policies, what future does this cultural capital offer, bearing in mind that food practices change status for each generation? And what about this education in the neighbouring countr...
What the Flesh Carries. A Sociological Approach to the Emergence of Face Transplant
How has the face become an organ, object of donation and transplantation? Starting from thisquestioning, this thesis invests the environment of those who have carried facial transplantprojects, and those who have debated about them, during the years 2000 and 2010 in Franceand the United Kingdom. It...
Classify, categorise, qualify: when the law meets science
In the framework of the Congress of the French Sociology Association 2019, this ticket develops the axes of a cross-session between RT 13 (sociology of law and justice) and RT 29 (Science and Technology in Society) proposed and moderated by Valerie Arnhold (doctoral candidate at the Centre for Socio...
“A black butter ray” or on the day when everything stopped at all
There are times when you do not feel at all up to the task to be done. Today was one day of this kind. It happened by reading the recent book by Nicolas Mariot, all united in the truncture? whose aim was to report on a social story of combatants during the Great War, looking in particular at intelle...
At the boundaries of food and medicine: the genesis and transformation of the “functional food” markets in France and Europe
Functional foods have swept across France and Europe since the late 1980s. Margarines enriched with omega 3 or phytosterols, yoghurts enriched with bifidus or vitamin-rich food supplements... these foods with health claims have reopened the boundary erected over the course of the twentieth century b...
Three municipalities seeking change, the municipal management of Albi, Castres and Montauban from 1977 to 1982
Text written in 1982 In more than one third of the French average cities, the 1977 elections brought political change to the exclusive benefit of left parties. The text analyses the changes brought about by the arrival of a new generation of elected representatives on the basis of a comparative stud...
The work of the experts: analysis of a food risk assessment system
Following various crises, the French Food Safety Agency was set up in 1999 to incorporate scientific advice into the assessment of health risks. The principle of expert opinion implies that professional and economic interests must be disregarded in the evaluation work. Observing the specific activit...
The impossible government of migration? Local management of global cash: amphihaline migrators (European eel and Atlantic salmon)
This article looks at the modes of government of two species of highly migratory amphihalin fish: European eel (Anguilla anguilla) and Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar). Based on a long ethnographic survey, this text proposes to analyse the arrangements of the governments of fisheries and stocks in cont...
And the “child of family” became a citizen: a male emancipasion in the revolutionary fringe
This article deals with the category of ‘child of family’ and the way in which it is studied makes it easier to understand revolutionary citizenship more clearly. This category not only allows the precise description of the citizen known as the ‘head of the family’, but also, on the basis of the ana...
Politics, the savant and the people The politics, the savant and the people: The establishment of a canon of popular songs of French national tradition in the nineteenth century mitan
This article proposes a re-visit of the ‘Fortoul survey’, a collection of popular poetry carried out in France under the auspices of the Ministry of Public Instruction and Cultes between 1852 and 1877. In contrast to a dominant historical reading which considers that, at that time, the definition of...
From good to majordome. Control of bodies and gender relations in elite domesticity
, which is different from other contemporary forms of domesticity, elitarian domesticity, serving particularly wealthy families, is a privileged place to study the effects of gender diversity in the context of social confrontation in permanent domestic work. It requires employees to be acculturated...
A living oxymore? Belgian and French institutions in the face of flexicurity
International audience Ce chapitre a pour objet l’analyse de l’appropriation progressive de la notion de flexicurité dans les contextes nationaux belge et français. Pour comprendre cette appropriation, une attention particulière sera portée à trois éléments. On étudiera dans un premier temps l’usage...
The discovery of the Committee on the History of the Second World War through its newsletters
Study at the University of Yale in the United States, I write a memory devoted to the institutional history of the Second World War History Committee (CH2GM). This work, which is part of a ‘major’ specialisation in the French Department, is carried out under the leadership of Ms Yue Zhuo, a speciali...
Micro, small and medium-sized enterprises, subject of a study and analysis framework
Study Day organised by the workshop “Social Mondes of micro, small and medium-sized enterprises” of the Céreq Research Group on Friday 17 June 2016 in Marseille, with the participation of Frédéric REY (LISE, Cnam-CNRS) on Social conflicts and regulations in French SMEs: reflections for the sociology...
Family Identity Redifinition to International Assignments : the Expatriate Spouses Adaptation Model
Spousal adjustment issues to host country are a major reason for expatriate assidûment failure and the main focus of our field study. By combining elements of Berry's conceptual framework for the analysis of acculturation attitudes with Ward and colleagues' theorising on cross-cultural adjustment of...
Prosperous critic 2016 — Fabien Archambault, ‘Control of the balloon. Catholics, Communists and Football in Italy "
A L’Aquila, Rome, Bologna and Florence Fabien Archambault spoke to present his research on the social and political history of sport, especially around football. He was able to meet several Italian academics for stimulating conferences, debates and discussions which are continuing online here and on...
Urban cooperation as a research site [Interview with Annik Osmont and Charles Goldblum]
Interview with Annik Osmont (honorary conference master of the University of Paris 8) and Charles Goldblum (Professor Emerite d’urbanisme, University Paris 8). Feedback from Samuel Ripoll "What knowledge is needed to analyse and inform urban cooperation? How has the French research and training land...
Promotional tourism discourses after the arabian springs : for a discourse analysis with a didactic aim in FOS
This research focuses on the influences of the "Arab Spring" on the tourist discourse that we approach under two argumentative modalities: tourism advertising and tourism promotion. To deal with this issue, we have collected an iconotexual corpus (text + image) among media resources very varied, dis...
The investigators on Sunday
Religious observance, and first and foremost attendance at Sunday, were the subject of a very large survey programme in the French Catholic Church, inspired and coordinated by Gabriel Le Bras University and the Chancellor Fernand BOULARD: from 1946 to 1970, millions of questionnaires were administer...
Diffusion of French-speaking theoretical and quantitative geography according to the ECTQG (1978 - 2011)
International audience This work offers an analysis of the development and the diffusion of French-speaking theoretical and quantitative geography in Europe. We verified our hypothesis that the development of this scientific movement occurred in three steps (birth, expansion/normalization and divers...
Unfolding the Platform State. An inquiry into the modernisation of french public services
This thesis offers an empirical examination of the programme of state modernization developed in France, between 2014 and 2017, around the concept of the ‘Platform State’. It examines the state’s interest for the technological modernity of public administrations – often labelled digital. The state m...
Becoming revolutionary : enquiry on Marxist intellectuals in France (1968-1990s) : contribution to a social history of ideas
How can we explain that "revolutionary" ideas became so influential in the years opened by the crisis of May-June 1968 in France? And how do we explain their collapse? Who were the "Marxist intellectuals" in France during the years 1968-1981? And what became of them during the 1980s, traditionally d...
Assessing the sociology of sport: On sport participation and disabilities in France
International audience On the 50th anniversary of the ISSA and IRSS, Stéphane Héas, a leading French scholar on sport participation and the rights and opportunities of people with disabilities and minorities to engage in sporting activity, considers the trajectory and challenges of sociology of spor...