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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...
First, the quantitative analysis and then the qualitative analysis. Sociological study of subjective risk reduction practices by asset management professionals
Professional investors using the services of managers of financial assets distinguish different types of analysis when considering whether to entrust them with capital. They commonly oppose a “quantitative analysis” and a “qualitative analysis”. They present them as two partly overlapping knowledge...
And the “child of family” became a citizen: a male emancipasion in the revolutionary fringe
This article deals with the category of ‘child of family’ and the way in which it is studied makes it easier to understand revolutionary citizenship more clearly. This category not only allows the precise description of the citizen known as the ‘head of the family’, but also, on the basis of the ana...
Politics, the savant and the people The politics, the savant and the people: The establishment of a canon of popular songs of French national tradition in the nineteenth century mitan
This article proposes a re-visit of the ‘Fortoul survey’, a collection of popular poetry carried out in France under the auspices of the Ministry of Public Instruction and Cultes between 1852 and 1877. In contrast to a dominant historical reading which considers that, at that time, the definition of...
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...
Order, security and relief in mountains: Police and territory (nineteenth — 21st century)
What is being done by civil or military polices in the mountains? Since the 18th century, the missions of the upland police have shifted from security (violence, smuggling, migration controls, forest crimes) to security (risk prevention and relief). Due to their contrasting densities, the constraint...
Coordination in the health and medical and social fields: organisational issues and professional dynamics
following a call for projects launched by the Paul Bennetot Foundation in April 2010, the Mines-ParisTech Scientific Management Centre carried out a study on coordination in the health and medical and social fields. The report submitted to the Foundation in January 2011 proposes a state of internati...
The Le Pen phenomenon. Relational, historical and aesthetic analysis of a political singularity.
The “Le Pen phenomenon” designates the sum constituted by the elaboration of a politicalbrand located at the far-right and by the conflictual reactions that it provokes within theFrench society. The objectivization of this phenomenon lies in the analysis of the FrontNational ideology as it is this o...
What is a nation in the 21st century? Friday 11 March 2016, 17: 00, University Paris-Sorbonne Presidency and introduction Dominique Jamet, journalist and writer. 1 — what is the nation in 1882 and 2016? Historical perspective. ERIC Ancrane, historian, University Paris- Sorbonne and Sciences-Po Paris...
A reading of the political economy of ‘youth participation’ in Morocco at the time of the Arab Spring
This text aims to explore the various political practices and social meanings associated with the participation of young people in Morocco. Its starting point is young people as protagonists and promoters of new forms of participation, which was renewed following the emergence of the Movement on 20...
Traduction de: N. Elias "À quoi servent les utopies scientifiques et littéraires pour l'avenir ?", L'utopie, Paris, La Découverte, coll. « Textes à l'appui », 2014, 103–132 p.
Titre original « What is the Role of Scientific and Literary Utopias for the Future? » in Limits to the Future. Prescriptions and Predictions in the Humanities and Social Sciences: Essays on the Occasion of the Second NIAS-Lustrum 1981 Au début des années 1980, le sociologue Norbert Elias s'attelle...
Innovation economics principles
Innovation or the introduction of all kinds of novelties into the economy became a real subject of study in the second part of the 20st century and, from the 1970s onwards, interfered with university curricula in economics, management, sociology, engineering, etc. Innovation is the intersection of t...
Employment standards at the challenge of self- entrepreneurship and individual micro-enterprises: A comparison between France Brazil
This article provides a comparative analysis of the meaning of self-entrepreneurship in France and individual micro-enterprises in Brazil in the redefinition of employment standards. These forms are at the crossroads of independence, employment and informality. The first part of the article shows th...
Rationalisation and disenchantment of the world: problems in interpreting the sociology of religions of Max Weber/Rationalisation and World Disenchantment: Problems of Interpretation within the Field of the Sociology of Religion
Two central concepts of the sociology of religions of Max Weber are examined here: the “Western rationalisation” and the “disenchantment of the world”. As regards the first, one contests the argument, suggested by Marianne Weber and taken up by some commentators, that Weber’s general problem changed...
The dimensions of the territory in a novel of Ismail Kadaré
Who has brought Doruntine? novel of Albanian writer Isamail Kadaré is a remarkable example, based on a history of displacement between territories, of the relationship between the plurality of dimensions generally involved by the territorial question, from the most individual to the most collective:...
The role of ski instructors in Oisans. The case of the ESF for the two Alps from the 1980s to the present
International audience Entre la fin du XIXe siècle et le milieu du XXe siècle l’image de l’Oisans qui symbolisait la haute-montagne, s’oriente vers celle du ski de descente dans le contexte du développement des loisirs de masse et de la construction des stations de sports d’hiver, considérées alors...
Beyond GDP: a historical turning point. Methodological, theoretical and epistemological challenges of quantification.
for decades, GDP growth and progress in societies have been largely associated with each other. However, the acute nature of the recent economic, social and ecological crises is confronting societies with the increasingly serious mismatch in their way of development with the ecological and human con...
“S'il y a quelque chose qui revient de droit à l'anthropologie, ce n'est pas la tâche d'expliquer le monde d'autrui, mais bien celle de multiplier notre monde”Eduardo Viveiros de Castro (2009)Une nomade pas comme les autres…Cet ouvrage est dédié à notre collègue et amie, Claudine Karlin. Ingénieure...
Location of jobs and commuting in the Grand Dijon and its periphery
National audience The study uses data from a specific processing of the 1999 population census files enabling the location at island level of the place of work and residence of employed persons. Jobs are distributed in a very compact manner in the city centre of Dijon, with strong prominence from th...
Art considered as a social system. Comments on the sociology of Niklas Luhmann
‘titrebSummary’/titrebCet article examines the sociology of art of Niklas Luhmann in the light of his system theory. Its analysis of art as a social system is a powerful new way of conceptualising historical change in art, artistic autonomy and the specific position of art in modernity. In particula...
At the heart of Saint-Mître, sociology of a supervised residence centre (1944-1945)
The internment camp is not a distant or past object but a method of centuries-old management of displaced populations in France. From a socio-historical perspective, we studied a supervised residence centre in operation in the Liberation. An analysis of the archives of the Directorate for Supervised...
Reporting to the public services of users and agents of popular circles. Reporting to the public services of users and agents of popular circles: What effects do the modernisation reforms have?
until recently, social sciences have favoured a top-down approach to the state and administrations, for example through sociology of senior civil servants and research into the development and implementation of public service reforms. But what are the practices and representations of public services...
The trade association Choletais clothing (1965-1990): interest representation and professional policies
International audience The purpose of this study is to try to answer the following questions: is there a textile employers' syndicalism? How effective is this employers' association? From a historical and sociological point of view, this study approaches the reasons for numerous enterprises join thi...
Sociological perspectives on historical constellations: Rainer Lepsius
Translation to raise awareness, translate to fill in reception gaps, to open up new perspectives: until then, the files published by Trivium have been made up of themes or issues, or even around ‘classic’ authors — Émile Durkheim, Marcel Mauss, Max Weber. With this number (as in part with the previo...
Chapter XI de facto judgments, judgments of reason and value judgments
“Difference in literature, journalism or ideology”, social-historical sciences (another possible name of social science) would, in most cases, be allowed to avert the title of science as long as they reach or at least try to make impersonal and objective proposals; to produce, in other words, judgme...