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Non-users of the Internet. Past and future research axes
This article brings together some of the initial work on the non-use of the Internet. The first part is essentially conceptual and was presented in 1999, at the time of the peak of the first ‘.com’ site explosion and when expectations about the internet and fears about the digital divide were at the...
The reading “offered” to the College: from a pedagogical practice to teaching reading
This memory focuses on a type of reading that is still less theorised but highly practised in the first degree: the so-called “offered” reading. The teacher makes a gift to his students to read loud for them. The aim of this work is to measure the importance of the proposed didactisation around this...
Leisure, leisure and volunteering for older people
Many changes are happening globally. Leisure, as a social and cultural element, does not remain unconnected with such developments and, in turn, contributes from a personal, social and economic point of view to the shaping of certain habits, lifestyles, different ways of understanding rest and recre...
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...
Viewing Red Prior to a Strength Test Inhibits Motor Output
International audience The present research was designed to examine whether viewing a subtle threat cue, the color red, prior to a simple motor task influences strength output. Thirty-nine participants performed a maximal voluntary contraction of the thigh, viewed red or a chromatic or achromatic co...
Humiliation and shame caused by inhumane management practices : case study (Cali-Colombia)
Inhumane Administrative Practices (IAP) refer to certain systematic, calculated and planned violent exercises on the part of management, by which the termination of contracts with workers who are considered to be replaceable or are disruptive to the instrumental ends of an organization are possible....
Physical activity : a strategy to improve radiotherapy efficiency in prostate cancer ? : Novel insights from preclinical models
Prostate cancer is a major health issue worldwide and treatment failure represents a major challenge in this disease. Physical activity in cancer patients is associated with improved outcomes and several biological mechanisms mediating these benefits have been identified in preclinical models. It th...
Technological Blindness and Blindness Liberal : Singularities, Analogies and Interactions within Organizations
This thesis was explores and analyses at organisational level:- the fact that certain technologies – however seductive and useful they are – intrude in our lives (intrusion and/or voluntary immersion) or are imposed on us without debate or criticism by market players and produce new forms of life :...
Individual Preferences Revelation Mechanism and incentive to choose green electricity:<br />An analysis of the consumer decision process
Marketing opening in the electric sector and green electricity products supply increase opportunity for households to voluntarily support renewable energy production. Despite the general development of committed actions, and in the lack of public intervention on prices, subscription rates are strong...
Adjustment of muscle coordination during an all-out sprint cycling task
International audience Purpose: This study was designed to assess muscle coordination during a specific all-out sprint cycling task (Sprint). The aim was to estimate the EMG activity level of each muscle group by referring to the submaximal cycling condition (Sub150 W) and to test the hypothesis tha...
Neurocognitive processing of emotion during aging : study of "positivity effect" and its consequences : Behavioral and electroencephalographic assessments
With aging, the preference for positive stimuli increases compared to negative stimuli. This is called “positivity effect” and it may be observed in both behavior and brain activity. The main goal of this work was to characterized age effects on emotional processing to improve our understood of this...
Forming Community benchmarks to build autonomy: Training of community leaders of social organisations on the basis of non-formal educational practices in the region The Platform Berisso-Ensenada
Since 2002 from various UNLP academic units, we have made efforts to maintain links with social organisations on the periphery of the region La Platform-Berisso-Ensenada. Based on the experience of research and advice to organisations in peripheral neighbourhoods on the basis of voluntary or other e...
Changed times; have women changed? Memories of professors of higher education
The article refers to research on life stories of women acting as teachers in higher education, in the post-graduate course in education at a university in the State of São Paulo, from their training processes to their challenges in the exercise of university teaching. This data was cross-checked wi...
What are the challenges and ways in which volunteers and employees work together in the solidarity-based economy? The case of social action
The use of voluntary work in social organisations is an important phenomenon which makes it possible to assert that its actors are fully involved in the institutions’ professional activities. The question of the relationship between their actions and those of employees is therefore a key issue in te...
What is a case? Think about borderline cases
"While work based on the ethnographic survey has seen a renewal and growing legitimacy in France in recent decades, the ability of this method to produce general theoretical results beyond the cases studied is still a question. By presenting the different stages of a fieldwork survey on associations...
The vanities in the theatre of Calder-n
The Spanish religious vision, where Christianity and stoicism are mixed together, is also that of the dramaturge Calder-de la Barca (1600-1681), for whom every man in his life only ‘walks on the shadow of death’. With regard to his work as a whole, an attempt is made to clarify which sources have de...
Professor Jean-Martin Charcot: on his life and work with regard to the biographies and titles of the great French press following his death in August 1893
We wish, considering this memory, to present a summary of the life and work of Professor Jean-Martin Charcot, the first holder of a Chair of ‘Clinique des Diseases du System nervous’ (Neurology), rereading a few biographies, in addition to references to the history of medicine, our wish was to comme...
Low risk social economic approach in the evaluation of tourism investments in Cuba
The assessment of investments with an economic-social approach becomes more important in the context of the Cuban economy, where elements of the commercial economy and of a planned socialist economy coexist. This work addresses the treatment it has been given, from economic theory and from practical...
Brittany Water Pure: comparative effectiveness of voluntary programmes and other environmental policy instruments
Contract; B03158; Analyses and methods for sustainable agricultural and rural development Dissemination of the document: INRA Rural Economy and Sociology Unit 4 Allée Adolphe Bobierre CS 61103 35011 Rennes cedex (FRA) Despite efforts, environmental regulations concerning agriculture, in particular t...
Emotional Seqüestro: Apprehending work, forming identity and defining power in organisations
This article aims to introduce the concept of emotional seqüestro into the literature of organisational studies. This is a concept whose initial formulation and theorisation took place on the basis of observations and results from empirical qualitative research carried out by means of field research...
Voluntary work and social action
International audience The action of the voluntary workers with the elderly people This article aims at giving information about a survey that is now being made in the association " the small brothers of the poor people " that works with the elderly people, this survey is carried out within the fram...
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
New tourists, new challenges: characterisation of the Argentinian voluntary tourist: Case of study: Global Volunteer, AIESEC, Vitoria, Brazil
The general theme of this research is voluntary tourism. The subject is addressed from different axes, such as the motivations of travellers, the expectations and experiences experienced, the organisations managing these journeys or the actors that influence them. This work shows the experiences bro...
Part-time work: Towards increasingly polarisation
Part-time work grew markedly during the 1980s. While this employment system remains widespread among young people and people around retirement age, it is growing strongly among 25-44 year-olds. The feminisation of part-time work has increased further and this employment system is increasingly seen a...