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Organisation of urology semmiology education for second-year students at the Antilles Medical Faculty
This memory presents the organisation of an urology course for second-year medical students at the Antilles’ Faculty of Medicine. The aim is to create a course adapted to the clinical reality, with the active participation of students. Method: We have decided to teach “pathologically oriented” semmi...
The subjectivity of climate change in the island. The case of Saint Pierre and Miquelon
Islands are the first to be affected by climate change (CC): their small size, generally low altitudes and external dependence increase their vulnerability to natural, particularly coastal hazards, aggravated by CC (Bertrand and Richard, 2011). Nowadays, the introduction of adaptation to CC is criti...
The usefulness of the Sic in Economics (and vice versa)
Complementarity between information science and economics is the subject of research which, although still at an early stage, offers interesting results. Thus, the usefulness of CIS in economics can be illustrated by a media modelling test and their possible tendency to create ideological bias, whil...
Cyberbullying and Traditional Bullying in Greece: An Empirical Study
The use of Internet technology has changed the way people interact rendering face-to face and verbal communication a trend of the past. Thus, a new world has been created for young people, who send emails, visit websites, use webcams, chat rooms and instant messaging through social media for communi...
Jérôme Bourdon, The impossible narrative. The Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the media
In a particularly dense book, Jérôme Bourdon tries to report on the journalistic treatment of a conflict that has regularly occupied the ‘One’ of newspapers since the end of World War II. The task is huge. It is also the most delicate: the Israeli-Palestinian issue is conducive to all controversy an...
Beaule Horizon octobre 2016
Public Opinion Concerning the Japanese Constitution, 1963
This study, conducted in August 1963, was the second of two nationwide surveys undertaken by the Japanese government to investigate public opinion regarding the constitution (see also PUBLIC OPINION CONCERNING THE JAPANESE CONSTITUTION, 1962 [ICPSR 7074]). The study probed the public's familiarity w...
Press or media, literature or media culture? Question of concepts
Pierre Bourdieu would like to recall, after Marx, that the texts do not travel with their context. It should be emphasised that, strictly speaking, they should be read in the context of their relative adjustment report, which is also in many respects their intelligibility and relevance. Calls also f...
Introducing Vigilant Audiences
In nearly any context, people are attentive and judgemental when it comes to the affairs of others. Vigilant audiences entail a range of phenomena, span geographic areas and vary in their motivations as well as their affiliations. This watching can escalate to vigilantism if audiences witness someth...
Everyday sociability, social networks and ICTs
The impressive growth of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in the last decade constitutes a challenge both for social studies on sociability and on ICT usage. It demands to put methodologies and sociological analysis that have mainly been developed for the study of face-to-face intera...
RaccourSci, a digital platform dedicated to scientific communication
RaccourSci is a digital platform that offers resources in French to learn how to express itself in a clear, simple and concise way. It is addressed in particular to students and researchers to enable them to communicate better with their peers, the media or the general public. RacourSci is both a re...
12/12/2018 — published in The Conversation
The polls show that, after the surprise effect, the revolt of ‘gilets jaunes’ has been positively perceived in French society. This is mainly due to the fact that reports on round-point mobilisations and social media have been able to give an insight into the visibility of inequalities and perceived...
Introduction to social media
short introduction to social media Cabrera Méndez, M. (2011). Introduction to social media: http://hdl.handle.net/10251/10801
Changes, surpassing oneself, achievement and competition between narrative topics in motives about companies and work
International audience This paper is inscribed in a long-term research about social representations of work, of the management and of companies in different spheres or institutions discourses such as education, corporate communication, television (TV series such as entertainment programs), art and,...
‘Creative contagion. Media, industries, stories, communities’, colloquium organised by the Crea2S Network
published in October 2019 under the leadership of Ioanna Vovou, Yanita Andonova and Anne-France Kogan, these acts take over the texts presented at the international colloquium ‘Creative contagion’. Media, industries, stories, communities "held from 17 to 19 October 2018 at the Pantéion University of...
Redesigning hazard communication through technology: collaboration, co-production and coherence
Digital and virtual communication impacts increasingly upon the management of natural hazards in an uncertain world, challenging the boundaries between science and society. This study uses sociological theory to explore how technology reduces the mitigation failures and conflicts that scholars often...
Nadia Khiari, interview
Variations on a topic: the
transition “The development of a general transition model... is only possible if a very abstract conceptual device is assumed, which subsumes almost everything and does not explain almost anything”. Recently, as the peoples of several Spanish-American and European countries emanate from oppressive r...
Making therapy easy
L’essor du commerce en ligne a eu des répercussions importantes en Chine sur un large éventail de domaines commerciaux et professionnels ; la psychothérapie, profession apparue lors du récent « boom de la psychologie » (xinli re 心理热), en fait partie. À partir de matériaux recueillis lors d’entretien...
The study of electoral alliances in Mexico: vets of research and theoretical and methodological contributions
The growth of the alienist phenomenon in Mexico has drawn the attention of the media, the public and the academy; however, the particularities of its development are still uncomfortable for its various audiences. While work has been carried out on the analysis of electoral alliances, few of them hav...
Afternoon on evaluation
The next Media and Palmares project seminar will take place on Thursday 20 January from 14 a.m. to 17 p.m. at the Cnrs Institute of Communications Sciences (ISCC), room André Akoun. The interventions will be as follows: Isabelle Bruno, comparator, competing: benchmarking applied to universities and...
Technical experimentation and creation: involvement of users in the media invention
Introduction: (In) Land security in Africa. Global debate and local issues
In 2008, the NGO Grain launched a wake-up call for acceleration and expansion in the countries of the South, and in particular in Africa, of ‘land grabbing’ by foreign buyers (Grain, 2008). In the wake of this report, several NGOs had queried the limited financial compensation required in return for...
Zara: Le succès de la fast-moving fashion,
Etude de cas publiée à la Centrale de Cas et de Médias Pédagogiques (CCMP). Cette étude de cas porte sur la politique de marketing international menée par le groupe Inditex et la marque Zara. La création d'un nouveau business model, la fast-moving fashion, a permis au groupe de devenir le leader sur...
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