Query : Travail associatif
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- Boucherat-Hue, Valérie1
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- Camy, Jean1
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Plurality of volunteering and disputes over legitimacy within a professional sports club: the case of Quimper Volley 29 Elite
The organisational study of the Quimper Volley 29 Élite shows that, like the structures resulting from the voluntary sport movement, this volleyball club has embarked on a process of professionalisation which leads to interpersonal and organisational difficulties. The purpose of this memory is to qu...
Flexibilization of Labour Law in Belgium: Analysis of a Short-Lived New Regime and its Downfall: The Case of Associative Work
Flexibility has become a key word in contemporary labour relationships. To which extend may the legislator modify Labour Law regulations or exclude their application when it perceives them as a burden on economic actors? The presentation will focus on a particularly far-reaching example. The Belgian...
Is the employment of associations a variable in the adjustment of public policies?
Forces of opposition, technicality, and associative action : mechanisms and associative commitments in consumer organisations in France and in Chili
This research questions the mechanisms and the form of associative commitment in consumer organisations in Valparaíso (Chile) and in Moselle (France). The point is to understand how the complex connexion between the will to form forces of opposition and the need to technicize their action so much th...
The French associative landscape — Measures and evolutions The French associative landscape — Measures and evolutions: Profile/Activities/Budget/Private/Public financing/Leaders/Employee employment/Voluntary work
Be “pro” of the cause of foreigners. Survey in a local group of CIMADE
Based on a field survey carried out in a local CIMADE group located in an average city in the province, this chapter questions the concept of professionalisation with regard to a specific form of work that is usually invisible: advocacy and voluntary work. The observations show that the militant wor...
Scientific expertise from the inside: AFSSET Working Group on Radiofrequencies (2008-2009)
International audience Although there is now a large amount of social science research on scientific expertise and expert groups, direct evidence by sociologists who themselves participated in scientific expert groups assessing controversial topics remain rare. This paper offers just this type of fe...
The ‘anti-mnetic trace’. Assumptions about the mental trauma of the child
Exception of the baby and the very young child, mental trauma in a child, if one is to take into account its particular modes of expression such as the game or design, do not fundamentally differ in its semmiological expression from that of the adult. In both cases, the same terms can be found to de...
Careers of Comorian community leaders : Paris, Grande-Comore
The Comorians in France constitute one of the most important diasporas despite their weak involvement on the social and political scene. Although Comorian immigration is an old phenomenon, the population resulting from this migration remains little studied. Like many African communities and despite...
Official Responses to Dealing with the Past in Northern Ireland: Between Remembering and Forgetting
Since the early 2000s, Northern Ireland society has been considering whether it should confront its violent past. The voluntary sector and both the British and devolved governments have consulted the population on the issue. These surveys have concluded that part of the population was in favour of s...
What does psychanalysis work in a group situation consist of?
‘titrebSummary’/titrebAfAfter having found the emergence of group psychanalytic practices in the context of changes in modern societies, the author identifies the main trends in their practices and theories. It describes the characteristics of the group as a psychanalytic working device by referring...
New challenges for the voluntary sector
Nanotechnology: given that the civic space for technological risks has been reshaped
There is little attention to the risks involved in research in the humanities and social sciences, but the theme of nanotechnology is of major originality: it reveals a reconfiguration of the civic space for technological risks, i.e. tense discussions towards the formation of universal requirements...
Contributions of projective methods to the clinical reading of women’s sexual violence
This article aims to discuss the contribution of projective methods to psychodynamic understanding of women’s sexual violence. On the basis of a clinical case, we show how projective methods can support symbolisation processes in view of the difficulties in integrating traumatic subjective experienc...
Prior knowledge contribution to declarative learning : a study in amnesia, aging and Alzheimer's disease
The experimental study of human memory has had two historic moments in the last sixty years. 1957 marks the discovery of the role of the medial temporal lobes in conscious learning. 1997 marks the discovery of two systems of declarative memory, namely episodic and semantic memories. These major brea...
Servir l'intérêt général ou produire de l'utilité sociale ? Avenir de la fonction publique et marché du travail associatif
What is Doctopus?
a team, a project, a source of information... Doctopus is a fully independent association project bringing together doctoral candidates and young doctors. The project originated from our desire to address the lack of visibility and reliable information about the working conditions of doctoral candid...
Online didactic interactions in language training for migrants in community settings: the role of influence in creating a classroom atmosphere
The virtual classroom seems problematic for learning with a migrant adult audience. On the one hand, technological equipment and working conditions are seen as a factor of disparity that widens inequalities. On the other hand, the interposition of the digital tool appears to be an obstacle that acce...
Carole Waldvogel, Impose “the environment”. The revealing work of the Alsatian associations (1965-2005)
Issu of a doctoral thesis in sociology (environmental challenges and strategies in the voluntary field, University of Strasbourg, 2005), the book proposed by Carole Waldvogel is both an angle stone and a supporting stone in the field of environmental sociology. This is because it is supported both b...
Conclusion. Civil society between end of collateralism, participation and contention
a profound political and social transformation has affected Italy over the last 20 years. This change could only involve the community, the most active and sensitive part of civil society. Engaged in multiple activities, community networks promote the spread of democratic culture and social solidari...
Fabriquer la transition sur les territoires par les Tiers lieu : le cas de la ville de Digne les bains
Role of prefrontal cortex dopamine in associative learning
Because prefrontal cortex (PFC) dopamine plays a pivotal role in associative learning and in effort-related decision making, it is not clear as of today whether PFC dopamine activity is required for learning per se, or rather for engaging the effort necessary to learn. In this work, we used observat...
Biased article and community reading: a difficult association
The biased article of the gave rise to abundant literature. However, issues remain open. In particular, it is questionable whether, in the same way as undefined determinants such as one, certain, several, etc. whose anaphoric use of associations has been demonstrated, the N’s SN may correspond to an...
Between competition and cooperation. Professional theatre companies in France.
This text is a new edition of an article written in 2006. Among other things, it allows to ponder about questions that have already been strongly addressed and yet remained unresolved at the end of the past century, as well as on their permanence or their particular variation one or two decades late...
The dynamics of the facilitators: sociological study of the professional competence of socio-cultural facilitators
Socio-cultural workers are engaged in a professional activity which has been created by a variety of events that have accumulated with each other over time. The development of this activity intersects with democracy, popular education, the voluntary movement, work and its regulatory process, the cat...