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The late exploitation of perfume plants and grassois know-how at the turn of the last century
Since the 1990s, perfume plants in the grassois basin are rare and original productions in several farms. They are therefore sectors of excellence but remain marginalised. They are currently at the heart of the concerns of consumers and perfumers. Despite intense competition from the other producer...
No 34-2nd half 2010
Ref.: R34-2010-2 Commanding the magazine Jean-Marc Moriceau, “From Agrarian History to Historical Demography Jacques Dupâquier (1922-2010), Senior Project Manager”, pp. 5-11. Danielle Laurendeau Studies, ‘The village and the inquistor. Talking and knowing silence at the Tribunal d’Inquisition de Pam...
Technological uncertainty in the 20th century: societal challenge, Revue d’Histoire Moderne -Contemporaine, 59-3, July-September 2012
Revue d’Histoire Moderne -Contemporaine 59-3, July-September 2012. in bookshops: editions Belin; on the Internet: https://www.cairn.info/revue-d-histoire-moderne-et-contemporaine-2012-3.htm summary Technological uncertainty in the 20th century: societal challenge Patrick Fridenson — The history of t...
The lessons from the Chinese experiment
The fact that the business leaders concerned had from the outset a strong awareness of their delay in terms of technology, managerial know-how, business networks, brands, distribution networks and experienced international managers may have had a major consequence: their determination and strong com...
La satire des sciences dans Observations upon Experimental Philosophy et The Blazing World (1666) de Margaret Cavendish
Ignoring the satire of learned women, a topos of classical drama at the end of the 17th century, Magaret Cavendish published several treatises of natural philosophy between 1653 and 1668. This article aims at reversing the topos to show how a woman could use the linguistic strategies of satire. Focu...
Children in cities. Considerations about the place of play and the architect’s creativity in the light of the emergence of the guaranteed city
The presence of all young children on the streets sometimes manifests itself as gestures of escape and exploration that have been removed from parental supervision. On closer inspection, the event inspired by these “escape gestures” seems to reveal an essential dimension of the sensitive urban relat...
Conrad Gessner and Advertising: a humanist at the crossroads of the knowledge
The Conrad Gessner polymathe played a major role in the circulation of knowledge of his time, not only through his numerous works in bibliography, philology and natural history, but also because he used the advertising allowed by the print to disseminate his methods in research and information manag...
Sources at home
Sources analysis is probably the most important part of memory. Once its sources have finally been found, it remains to be seen that to do so. I do not know how many times in the year of M1 just passed, I met with my freshly read sources, asking me for a long time: “and now what?”. It is now time to...
Preventing bullying at school
Harassment at school affects many pupils and is a source of suffering that can have harmful consequences until adulthood. It is therefore important to know how to avoid the tragedies that may be caused by harassment. This book seeks to understand the local conditions that encourage the development o...
Immersive practices in English language teaching/learning at university: drama and virtual reality
International audience Virtual reality has been brought into the language classroom through the use of virtual worlds such as Second Life (Wigham & Chanier, 2013) to immerse learners in authentic communication situations. Then, technology has made further progress to give way to an even more augment...
Portraits of primary school pupils by their teachers : the impact of gender
This PhD thesis deals with gender and education, more specifically investigating schools and schoolteachers. This research examines primary schoolteachers’ representations of their female and male pupils. Data have been drawn from the teachers’ portraits of their pupils. With reference to two theore...
Scientific and fun day: Homo Sapiens at the conquest of the continents
Samedi 26 November, Fête News invites you to Vincennes for a scientific and fun day for everyone on the great human adventure: conferences, workshops, exhibition, etc. Jean-Luc Rieu (Musée de PréHistoire d’Ile-de-France) will also host a fire workshop. ‘The major human venture; HOMO Sapiens in the c...
Explain an ‘invisible’ pathology to the patient. The use of a metaphor to represent Alzheimer’s disease in geriatric consultation
Head of the geriatric department of a Paris hospital, Prof. A. is used to produce a common reference object to describe Alzheimer’s disease to its patients by using the description of a house whose damaged staircase does not allow access to the upper floor rooms, symbolisation of their preserved int...
Accountants and accounts in the Middle Ages — 4th international round table — Accounting knowledge and assets
Accounting and accounting in the Middle Ages 4th International Round Table — JEUDI accounting knowledge and know-how JEUDI 6 October VENDREDI 7 October 2011 University of Lille 3 — IRHiS Seminar Room — Building A, Room A3-101 UMR 8589-LAMOP — University of Paris 1 — UMR 8529-IRHiS — University of Li...
Operate to organize the co-development – execution of highly constrained and risky building sites: Prevention of occupational health and safety risks of sewer pipe renovation sites
International audience This communication presents the results of our intervention following a request for assistance in the prevention of musculoskeletal disorders in a construction company. Our primary objective was to understand the practices developed by workers and site managers to anticipate t...
Place of origin in image quality and dimensions: perceptions of French and Tunisian experts, case of olive oil
National hearing The authors intend to determine the dimensions of the image Country/Region of origin in the case of olive oil, based on a recent model tested by Van Ittersum et al. (2003). To take account of differences in culture, they carried out this work in two countries of different traditions...
La mobilité périurbaine : le changement, c’est pour quand ?
The multitude and the proletariat since the World Social Forums from 2001 to 2016 : elaboration, actualization and anticipations of utopia
Ao longo dos anos 1970, as forças políticas mundiais se engajaram na corrida com vistas a conferir novo fôlego a um projeto capitalista de integração internacional. Após a falência do “pesado” modelo keynesiano-fordista, o consenso em torno da adoção dos princípios neoliberais para facilitar a liber...
Mountains to live, to see and to preserve : dynamics of tourism and European World Heritage sites (Laponia and Pyrénées-Mont Perdu)
The establishment of a World Heritage Site based on mixed criteria combines objectives relating both to the preservation and the promotion of natural and cultural systems. They may profoundly transform both the relationships to these places and the places themselves. This thesis addresses these dyna...
Use your body to understand the environment Use your body to understand the environment: On the environmental knowledge of electro- and chemico-hypersensitive persons
National audience For this colloquium, we propose to study the trajectories after which some people diagnose themselves as hypersensitive to electromagnetic fields or chemicals. This process involves a radical transformation of their representations of the world, as well as a complete reorganisation...
Stories about Plants : Oral and Written Information about Ethnobotany in Eastern Brittany from the end of the 19th Century to the Present
At a time when the concept of intangible cultural heritage is increasingly used internationally, it also applies locally. This is the case in Brittany where folk music and dance are very much alive and popular all while maintaining their traditional characteristics. Could other types of intangible c...
What is the relationship between democratic educational culture and evaluation models?
the study focuses on speeches on an online conversational platform set up under the Council of Europe’s Pestalozzi programme for the professional development of teachers from the 47 member countries. A thematic analysis, lexical and by indicators, was carried out on speeches on how evaluation is per...
Youngsters of popular suburbs and youth policy : willingness and resistance of the young
The aim of the thesis is to try to answer the question of knowing how specificities of the steps of life of the young of popular suburbs. if any, are taken in account in the public policies, and particularly in youth policies at local level, especially by the local councils. From which references an...
Becoming an informant: the suspicion in diagnosis via others
This article explores how clinicians sound, decipher and mistrust the voice of patients’ relatives in an American clinic specialising in dementia diagnosis. On the basis of the observation of meetings of the medical team, I describe how the trust usually given to these ‘informants’ is called into qu...
Be a nurse in 2012: changes and paradoxes. An ethical reflection between disorder (s) and order (s)
What is a nurse in 2012? It is a presence at the heart of our privacy, care for our vulnerability, support until the whole of our lives and even after. This immemorial care remains the basis of the job. It is a care that calls for the past to look for a future, empathy and proxaemia trying to erase...