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Family territories in the City. Upper-class, kinship and urban space in Naples
Through the example of Naples, this thesis analyses the importance of kinship in the upper class residential location and mobility in a Mediterranean city. Though many studies have stressed the importance of a family residential proximity cultural model in Southern European countries, the forms of t...
West African Migrations to Italy: An Anthropological Analysis of Ghanaian and Senegalese Politics of Mobility in Emilia Romagna
In this article we combine a mobility perspective with a biographical approach to explore the Italian experience of Ghanaian and Senegalese migration emphasising expectations, obstacles and practices in contexts of uncertainty and precariousness. First, we provide readers with an historical backgrou...
The material universe and the construction of the bourgeoise identity: the case of Le Couteulx
The historical challenge of this article is to measure the non-verbal dimension of the construction of bourgeoise identity through the example of the Le Couteulx family over a period from the 19th century to the beginning of the 19th century. The conversion of the material universe into identifiable...
Privately-owned buildings, re-housing, what next steps ? Professionnals and inhabitants involved in an urban renewal operation
Since 2003, more than 400 popular districts categorized as sensitive urban zones and 4 million inhabitants have become part of a program initiated by the Framework Act on Town Planning and Urban Renewal (so-called “Borloo law”). In order to achieve district transformation and social diversity, the p...
A family of spatial models and their application to the French interdepartmental migrant matrix for the period 1968-1975
To analyse migration exchange tables, a family of models is proposed. The purpose of these models is to filter out what, in the exchanges observed, amounts to the inequality of the populations at risk and the diversity of the geographical configurations of the pairs of areas in question (distance, c...
Young people and random cultures: from precarious employment to professional socialisation [Report]
The combination of the decline in the classic model of work and its extension between two ages, young people, created uncertainty at the borders of the labour markets. We are faced with a rather strong paradox: on the one hand, the employee remains the main focal point and full employment the object...
Towards a territorialisation of the value of businesses: the contribution of the functional economy
National audience The concerns of recent years regarding the introduction of solutions based either on institutional mechanisms or on market arrangements to update causes and anticipate and reduce the consequences of the recent accelerated environmental and climate deterioration (IPCC) have led econ...
Food in the lives of Paris and Chicago Residents
The dissertation’s topic is the creation of quotidian judgements and practices related to food, amid the enduring social and spatial stratification of everyday life. The sites are two large and diverse cities: Paris and Chicago. The method is ethnographic and contextual. Chapter 1 documents the diet...
The colono funkeiro and the gaúcha baladeira : cultural practices of family farming’s young people and the recomposition of rural territories in southern Brasil
This essay intends to point out the conjunction between three thematic areas that the research studies and the actors on the ground would both exclude : young people, rural area, hobbies and cultural practices. Our issue is to understand how both cultural practices of rural youth and the recompositi...
Evolution of inequalities in access to secondary schooling in Uganda
While access to basic education is at the heart of development, the fact that sustained and meaningful education is critical for emancipation of the individual and entire society is no longer a matter of debate. Indeed, the myriad of advantages associated with sustained and quality mass education pr...
In the Name of National Solidarity : importing “Personalized” Care into the Public Hospital. A Study of Palliative Care Professionals
The opening of the first palliative care units (PCUs) within hospitals in the summer of 1987 was met with resistance. Because this health care model emerged from within North America and Britain and the private sector, PCUs were first established in clinics and private hospices before opening in gen...
Social classes and university students: Origins, opportunities and guidelines
The importance of the educational/educational dimension in shaping today’s societies, and more specifically in shaping contemporary social inequalities, has been one of the main aims of sociology. Against this background, this article analyses, on the basis of the results of a recent survey of a rep...
Mobility observed and social fluidity in France from 1977 to 2003
This article proposes a study of intergenerational social mobility in France for men and women, based on the last four ‘Training and Qualification Vocational’ surveys conducted by INSEE in 1977, 1985, 1993 and 2003. It is carried out in the nomenclature of socio-occupational groups, in terms of both...
Mexican ethnic economy: A social mobility factor and economic improvement for its workers?
in the state of California, USA, there are commercial areas that emulate the climate of popular markets in major Mexican cities, caused by the presence of Mexican immigrants, who found a working space in the ethnic economy, which at the same time serves as a means of disseminating their gastronomic...
Mental health and plural societies
The emergence of plural societies is part of an irreversible historical and cultural movement. It is expressed in particular by the increasing mobility of people, knowledge, practices and techniques. Whether it be political, social, economic, cultural, religious or sexual, diversity therefore appear...
Reconfiguration of social policies in Brazil: The kind of assistance to São Paulo
This article proposes a socio-historical reflection on the role of assistance in the current state of democracy in Brazil, linking it with the place of women in these “new” social policies. It analyses the implementation of these policies at local level in São Paulo, the country’s most dynamic metro...
Education is not the answer
Education is often seen as the key instrument to promote social mobility. Yet, sociological research has shown the ambivalent nature of education in social stratification processes. In Social Mobility and Education in Britain (2019), Erzsébet Bukodi and John H. Goldthorpe address some misrepresentat...
Fabien Truong, French Youth. BAC 5 made in suburbe
The book by Fabien Truong offers an original contribution to the effect of extending schooling and to the imperative of diplomas in the school and vocational courses of young students in Seine-Saint-Denis. Rather than the objective and analytical return of a sociological survey, the book borrows the...
Relationship to work and uniquely socialisations of students from popular backgrounds.
the analysis of 19 interviews with students from popular backgrounds highlights a relationship to multifaceted work, which focuses on the expressive and instrumental dimension of the desired professional activity. The role of the expressive dimension lies very much in the student status of the super...
Pasquali Paul. Crossing social borders. How ‘elite tracks’ enter their doors
Paul Pasquali operates in his book an ethnographic of social mobility, based on a case study of the crossing of social borders: the experience of social displacement by beneficiaries of the ‘social openness’ policies of higher education ‘elite tracks’. More specifically, its survey is based on an ex...
Chapter VI: The integration of transport into a proactive planning policy (1958-1976)
Chapter 6 begins with the establishment of a regional transport authority (the PTS, which then becomes STIF) and the massive involvement of the state level. The latter set up a specific mission administration, the District (which became the Île-de-France region in 1976) and, from the 1960s, embarked...
Identity policies. Nationalism, patriotism and multiculturalism
The policies of identity nationalism, patriotism and multiculturalismThe nationalism is better explained as a mobilised ethnicity. The mobilisation of common culture and history is generally combined with growing economic competition and downward mobility. Political insecurity, anxiety to individual...
L’expérience vécue de la mobilité sociale : le poids de la fratrie
Funeral archaeology of final Bronze in the Yonne and Upper Seine valleys: the necropoles of Barbey, Barbuise and La Saulsotte
With more than 150 found burial sepultures, Barbey, Barbuise and La Saulsotte necropoles represent reference sites of the age of Bronze final (XIVth to XIIth s. J.-C.) in Northern France, on the western margins of the vast North-Alpine cultural complex. In tombs of variable envoys, with a funeral mo...
Selective social polarisation around the extended lines of the Parisian metro
This article explores the link between the extended lines of the Parisian metro in the suburbs and the social composition of resident households. We look at how and to what extent suburban neighbourhoods directly connected to Paris are socially specialised and then identify the biases introduced by...