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‘The Pyrenees: Olympic Laboratory’. Research on an innovative sports and tourism project of the 1990s
National audience This contribution shows the origin, intentions (sporting, cultural, territorial) and principles of this programme, and then briefly summarises the arrangements for organising the Pyrenees adventure Games in 1993. Following various studies in the geography or sociology of sport (BES...
The new paradigm of violence (Part 1)
Violence is not the same from one period to another. In this sense, the historian Charles Tilly provides useful insights when it proposes to characterise each great historical time that he is studying by his specific ‘repertoire’ of the forms of action, and more particularly of violence. However, th...
A question to: Julieta Longo, PhD in Sociology at CEIL-CONICET, Argentina
How to use the cross between gender and popular classes in a case study in large retailers in Argentina (2006-2012)  Julieta Longo carried out a traineeship at the Lest (Laboratoire d’Economie et de Sociologie du Travail) in Aix-Marseille, France, from Avril to July 2013. The main retail workplac...
Minutes of reading: Gender inequalities in the family, at school and at work: compared approaches
Since the comparative perspective is -Durkheim, it was stressed in time — at the heart of the sociological approach, the works that come under this banner spontaneously attract the attention of sociologists. And this attention is often disappointed because, by way of comparison, we often just juxtap...
AGLOS project — “History and sociology of police, criminal and penitentiary statistics, colonial statistics and medical statistics... between the 18th and 20th Century”
20 November 2017, MSHS, Espace Baietto, 2 rue Canonnelles, Lille Meeting of the AGLOS project (MESHS, IRHiS), focusing on the timeliness and renewal of historical research into the history and sociology of police, criminal and penitentiary statistics, colonial statistics and medical statistics... be...
Clases de Nahuat (affiche, 2012). UES
Clases de Nahuat, Asociación de Estudiantes de Sociología de la Universidad de El Salvador. Asociación de Consejos de Pueblos Originarios de Cuzcatan Source: https://mhelsalvador.wordpress.com/2012/05/30/clases-de-nahuat/
La rédaction d'une histoire de vie chez les personnes âgées : fondements conceptuels, dimensionnement et proposition d'une échelle de mesure des motivations au récit de vie
International audience This article concerns a relatively unknown phenomenon in marketing that has become, however, extremely popular among older adults: legacy writing. While the writing of "ego-documents" has been the subject of many studies in gerontology, sociology and, above all, literature, re...
From the search for information to information practices
This article introduces the concept of ‘information practice’. After having defined it in relation to the concepts of ‘use’ and ‘behaviour’, we propose an analysis of its development across the various scientific fields, such as social computing, information science and the sociology of uses, which...
Epidermis and epidemic. On the issue of visibility in the construction of two minority categories
National audience. This article questions the issues of visibility and invisibility in the construction of socio-political categories. By mirroring the battle of black against racism and that of HIV/AIDS patients against the epidemic, we promote the idea that the socio-political minority groups shap...
Trafficking in human beings as a sociological object
Seminar: Sociological approaches to economic and financial delinquency
Sociological approaches to economic and financial crime Seminar at EHESS, Thomas Angeletti (CNRS-IRISSO) and Alexis Spire (CNRS-IRIS) Weight from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. (Campus Condorcet, Room 0.017, Research South Building, Cours des Humanités 93300 Aubervilliers) on 20 January, 3 February, 2, 16 and 3...
Stress and well-being at work in prisons: integration as a challenge?
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...
Emploi * ATER EHESS
L'EHESS publie 8 offres de postes d'Attachés temporaires d'enseignement et de recherche (ATER) à mi-temps à compter du 1er septembre 2020 pour une durée d’un an, voir ici. Les candidatures se font exclusivement en ligne via l’interface emploi de l’EHESS. Anthropologie Analyse et politique économique...
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...
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...
Working class children’s scientific culture : a case study on the social construction of taste, practices and representations of science
This thesis examines the way working class children’s practices and representations of science areconstructed. It aims to renew the approach of persistent inequalities in access to science pathwaysand careers, in which women and people from the working class and/or ethno-racial minoritiesremain larg...
Study days: “Towards a sociology of events” — 10-11 June 2021
See the study days programme “Towards a sociology of the event”: https://canoe.hypotheses.org/1047. These days will take place on Thursday 10 June and Friday 11 June 2021. They will take place in Sciences Po Grenoble (subject to administrative authorisations for the organisation of scientific events...
Denigration and publication of the judgment carried out by the victim of acts of infringement
For the preservation of the court’s monopoly over the imposition of the penalty
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...
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...
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...
Identifying students’ conceptions: a step towards the enrichment of professional knowledge on teaching of physics lecturers
International audience La recherche en didactique de la physique s’est longtemps préoccupée des raisons permettant d’expliquer des difficultés récurrentes d’étudiants. Elle a développé à ce titre de nombreux travaux visant la mise au jour de « conceptions ». Ces travaux ont conduit au développement...
Colloquium "How can we be socio-anthropologist today? — Socio-anthropology: a critical look at the Western myth of technical progress’
The ‘3th Grenoble socio-anthropology meetings’, organised by the laboratory emc2-Laboratoire de Sociology de Grenoble under the leadership of Florent Gaudez, had this year’s guest of honour Alain Gras, founder of the Centre for Studies, Techniques, Knowledge and Practice (cetcopra — Paris 1 — Panthé...
Why (perfectible) governance of local and regional authorities can be a source of inspiration for health institutions