Query : Social networks
- Lazega, Emmanuel32
- Marzouki, Meryem16
- Grossetti, Michel13
- Beauguitte, Laurent10
- Bidart, Claire10
- Henrique César Melo Ribeiro9
- Isidro Maya Jariego9
- Tubaro, Paola9
- Fadairo, Muriel8
- Beverley Summers7
- Boullier, Dominique7
- Cliquet, Gérard7
- Cointet, Jean-Philippe7
- Emmanuel Lazega7
- Ferrand, Alexis7
- Gerrie Coetzee7
- Grandjean, Martin7
- José Luis Molina7
- Balagué, Christine6
- Centro de Investigaciones Sobre la Realidad Social (CIRES),6
- Methods and Statistics1523
- Political Science1166
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences1160
- Architecture and Space Management1086
- Cultural Heritage and Museology959
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology879
- Gender Studies856
- Communication Sciences844
- Economies and Finances481
- Art and Art History424
- Archaeology and Prehistory243
- Biological Anthropology217
- Environmental studies195
- Musicology and Performing Arts160
- Classical Studies147
“Walls of Words”: Paperscape in Charles Dickens’s Novels
The walls of Dickens’s city are covered in posters, bills, signs and inscriptions, resulting in the disappearance of those very walls behind the accumulation of messages. Simultaneously, these words go beyond the space allotted to them, erecting walls of words in the public space, constantly modifyi...
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...
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...
Public relations and dynamic interinfluence in public organisations
In the context of an increasing recognition of organisations in their environment as networks of multiple relations, both economic and social and political, the discipline of public relations (PR) has grown unparalleled in recent decades. Concretely emerged at the beginning of the twentieth century...
Creative leisure networks and new ways of learning
The aim of this article is to demonstrate the learning potential of creative leisure networks. We show that users have developed skills beyond creative leisure techniques alone. We refer to these networks as associated networks, building on Bernard Stiegler’s definition to show that users can partic...
Strategic Learning and the Topology of Social Networks
We consider a group of strategic agents who must each repeatedly take one of two possible actions. They learn which of the two actions is preferable from initial private signals, and by observing the actions of their neighbors in a social network. We show that the question of whether or not the agen...
Governance of inter-organisational networks: a subtle mix of formal committees and informal arrangements
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...
A development and processing power in Uruguay. Proposal for creation within the framework of Territoriesnet.org, the European Union, the Mercosur Parliament and the University of the Republic: The case of Minas, Lavalleja
Is it possible to steer the concepts of development and transformation to a wide range of different sizes, with the aim and goal of developing and transforming our societies and social groups, our territories and places at local, sub-regional and regional levels? If this row can be built, is it poss...
Landscape morphological analysis between archaeology and town and country planning. Urban form and country form studies in Val-d'Oise (France)
This work explains how historical landscape study can be used for town and country planning.<br />The morphology studies land allotment, settlement and road networks dynamics. In the first part, we explore the morphological experience in archaeology, geography and town planning. It contains conceptu...
Online Estimation of Battery Lifetime for Wireless Sensors Network
Battery is a major hardware component of wireless sensor networks. Most of them have no power supply and are generally deployed for a long time. Researches have been done on battery physical model and their adaptation for sensors. We present an implementation on a real sensor operating system and ho...
Enhancing the privacy risk awareness of teenagers in online social networks through soft-paternalism mechanisms
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Social networks for researchers, visibility at what price?
by Martin Grandjean (CC BY-SA 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)), via Wikimedia CommonsIl almost two years ago, Christophe Benech, an archaeologist and research officer at MOM, dedicated a ticket to academic social networks, considering their use as easy and worrying. “It is extrem...
ELASTICITY: Topological Characterization of Robustness in Complex Networks
Just as a herd of animals relies on its robust social structure to survive in the wild, similarly robustness is a crucial characteristic for the survival of a complex network under attack. The capacity to measure robustness in complex networks defines the resolve of a network to maintain functionali...
Joint Sensing and Power Allocation in Nonconvex Cognitive Radio Games: Nash Equilibria and Distributed Algorithms
In this paper, we propose a novel class of Nash problems for Cognitive Radio (CR) networks, modeled as Gaussian frequency-selective interference channels, wherein each secondary user (SU) competes against the others to maximize his own opportunistic throughput by choosing jointly the sensing duratio...
The potential of the analyse-network in medieval history
“Network” is arguably the most common concept used in the work of the medivists of the last two decades. Countless studies refer to power networks, networks of influence or friendship, customer networks, merchant networks, monastic networks, intellectual networks, urban networks, etc., so that one c...
Asymptotic behaviour of gossip processes and small world networks
Both small world models of random networks with occasional long range connections and gossip processes with occasional long range transmission of information have similar characteristic behaviour. The long range elements appreciably reduce the effective distances, measured in space or in time, betwe...
Hypergraphs and City Street Networks
The map of a city's streets constitutes a particular case of spatial complex network. However a city is not limited to its topology: it is above all a geometrical object whose particularity is to organize into short and long axes called streets. In this article we present and discuss two algorithms...
Electrical behaviour of the pump working as turbine in off grid operation
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Comparison of two fine scale spatial models for mapping temperatures inside winegrowing areas
International audience Climate change is a major issue for the wine industry. Climate and in particular temperature plays a key role in vine physiology and phenology. Temperatures can be highly variable inside a winegrowing region and they are strongly related to local environment (topography, water...
Workshop: Health and experiences of war in the 20th century.
workshop Communications Redue Accounts: Health and experiences of war in the 20th century. This workshop took place on 3 November 2014 at the SHD in Vincennes, with the partnership of LARHRA, CRISES Montpellier III and the Historical Defence Service. Fabrice Cahen (Ined) and Adrien Minard (CHSP/Scie...
Relations between actors at the UN Human Rights Council
National audience This communication aims to study in a quantitative, relational and spatial manner the functioning of intergovernmental organisations (IGOs). The assumption for this project is that these IGOs are systems or even for the largest (UN, World Bank) systems of systems, where the strateg...
Iraqi Refugees in Syria
Paper Prepared for the Migration and Refugee movements in the Middle East and North Africa. The Forced Migration & Refugee Studies Program. The American University in Cairo, Egypt. October 23-25, 2007<br />Disponible à : http://www.aucegypt.edu/ResearchatAUC/rc/cmrs/Pages/meeting.aspx Syria has host...
The protection of personal data
along the same lines as the previous book, the LDH has just produced a guide for citizens who want to know their personal data rights and enforce them. Among the issues raised were: current legislation which protects or makes it possible to assert our rights to ‘fiches’ on internet tools, social net...
The Epistemic Revolution Induced by Microbiome Studies: An Interdisciplinary View
International audience Many separate fields and practices nowadays consider microbes as part of their legitimate focus. Therefore, microbiome studies may act as unexpected unifying forces across very different disciplines. Here, we summarize how microbiomes appear as novel major biological players,...