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Patients’ rights, LGDJ Lextenso, Col. Systemes, 2018, 204 p
National audience In mirror doctors’ hippocratic duties, patients’ rights have slowly emerged and the care relationship has gradually been captured by law. A fundamental shift was made by the Law of 4 March 2002, known as the ‘Kouchner Law’, which, inter alia, enshrined the rights of the person care...
On Abortion of Laia Abril: analysis of a visual project in favour of the right to abortion
On Abortion is a visual project where Laia Abril describes the abortion event less than the consequences and risks of women’s lack of access to this procedure. The artist collected numerous testimonies from women who had been confronted with the need to interrupt pregnancy in an environment where th...
Towards a Legal Psychogeography: pragmatism, affective-materialism and the spatio-legal
In The Expanding Spaces of Law: A Timely Legal Geography (Braverman et al., 2014) fordern die Redakteure rechtliche Geographen dazu auf ihre Aktivitäten auf den Austausch mit weniger häufig anzutreffenden Feldern wie Architektur, Humanismus und Posthumanismus, Physische Geographie, Psychologie und...
Operational geography in the French Gendarmerie
A military force counting over 100 000 men, the French Gendarmerie Nationale ensures the security of people and goods over 95% of the national territory.Territorial appropriation and the meshed layout of the institution have been partly instrumental in controlling the territory for over three hundre...
Is it possible to characterise the status of the river network on a regional scale from topographical maps?
The worker of the future and the law
The worker of the future and Law A what does the worker of tomorrow look like in a world where information technology is increasingly prevalent? This question is considered from two angles. First of all, the digital economy has given rise to new forms of production and employment, such as the ‘platf...
Corporate volunteering schemes: to what extent do they allow staff engagement?
corporate volunteering programmes appear to respond to a new demand from staff, with programmes à la carte. They would like to see a more ‘free’ involvement, which is reflected in a desire to help several causes, with time devoted to each. The model in which we are involved in a single cause, a sing...
Egyptian report for the Congress of the International Litterary and Artistic Association (ALAI) in Brussels 2014 on the topic of “moral law in the 21st century” Egyptian report for the Congress of the International Litterary and Artistic Association (ALAI) in Brussels 2014 on the topic of “moral right in the 21st century”: The changing role of moral rights in the age of over-abundant information
National (Egyptian) report responding to the questionnaire from the Brussels ALAI Congress on the subject of moral rights of authors. Are moral rights a 19st century concept? What is their relevance in the 21st century? Why do some industries perceive it as a nuisance? What is the real impact of the...
La collaboration au sein des think tanks et leur participation aux débats et processus décisionnels politiques à l’ère du 2.0.
The conclusion of the insurance contract by electronic means
Because of the fact that information and communication technologies are increasingly used in the field of insurance (to present the products and/or conclude the contract), this contribution examines the rules applicable to the conclusion of the insurance contract by electronic means. As a first step...
State of the art of the legal rules applicable to the broadcasting of videos from non-professional smartphones
Institut Mines Télécom Bretagne, Pôle Images des Réseaux, 2012, 32 pages
Stability Pact before constitutional courts: The decision of the German Federal Constitutional Court of 12 September 2012
By its decision of 12 September 2012, the German Federal Constitutional Court removes the obstacles that the Fondamentale Law could raise to the ratification of the Treaty establishing the European Stability Mechanism (TIMES) and the Treaty on Stability, Coordination and Governance in the Economic a...
The weak-state cadastre: administrative strategies to build territorial knowledge in post-colonial Argentina (1824 to 1864)
International audience Studying the creation of administrations charged with devising land registers in the newly independent countries of Spanish-speaking America allows one to take an original view of state-building in these territories throughout the nine¬teenth century through models of ''territ...
Access to environmental information: Reflections on two causes of ineffectiveness
Studying flowering time genetics in wheat through the use of a multiparent advanced generation inter-cross population
Nowadays, with the dramatically increase of available molecular markers, there is a deep need for new populations allowing to exploit all of this information to better understand the genetic architecture of complex traits. MAGIC populations as they are built to bring together bi-parental populations...
Youtuber: an organised work activity? Lighting with the Knowledge Community concept
Our research aims to inform the activity and work organisation of online video producers on the YouTube workspace and exchange space in the light of the Knowledge Community concept. Through an exploratory case study we address different aspects of the activity and interactions of these producers in...
Grapheur and taxonomy of objectives in the 3 primary cycle
Summit of numéro:http://archive-edutice.ccsd.cnrs.fr/edutice-00000880 I propose to illustrate the relevance of the concept of taxonomy of objectives by dealing not with knowledge but with know-how: the use of graphics. Students can have direct access to digital data and their graphical representatio...
Emergence of a network learning community in primary order: the activity of transforming a learning environment through leadership, teachers and students (case study)
This research provides an ethnographic portrait of the activity of transforming the learning environment of a 3th primary school class. The analysis of the relationship between the parties and the division of labour and the rules that are being created in the community enables us to analyse the cons...
The effects of the family work day on family time
The rise of dual-earner couples reshapes the relations families used to have with work. The consequences for family time of this dual participation to the labor market have not received a lot of attention yet. The family time is derived from the `with whom' variable of the last two French time-use s...
THE INFORMATION SOCIETY AND ITS POLICY AGENDA: TOWARDS A HUMAN RIGHTS-BASED APPROACH
This article reviews the existing broad variety of theories on the Information Society, including market or labour force-based approaches, stressing the expansion of the information sector and the increasing importance of knowledge work, technically deterministic concepts based upon the ideas of the...
Modular information processing in the cerebellar cortex
The cerebellum is essential for motor coordination and to learn new motor skills. In the cerebellar cortex, information processing is based on a modular organization: each module is involved in the control of specific motor units. Localized lesions of the cerebellum impair coordinated movements in o...
Advanced decision making in sustainable city logistics projects : criteria and, risk identification and assessment
The cities are the places of the largest concentration of social activities and economic. Logistics is one of the most important for the sustainability and the economy of the city. Inselecting the city logistics concept, it is necessary to consider the characteristics of the city and the goals of al...
IMS Learning Design: pedagogical flexibility serving the needs of e-training
The IMS-Learning Design specification uses pedagogical concepts to model learning units. IMS-LD takes into account a wide variety of teaching models that is its flexibility. A course plan extracted from a general or specific database can be modelled with IMS-LD, by describing the different roles, ac...
Offer of child labor and educational demand in the countries of western Africa.
This thesis tries to identify the micro-economic determiners of the allocation of the time of the children in Senegal and in Burkina Faso and concentrates more exactly on the effect of the social origin. We observe that the paternal education, carefully instrumented time, increases the educational l...
Exploring Space During Lockdown Based on Maps Exploring Space During Lockdown Based on Maps: Description of an Experiment of Sensitive Mapping
International audience This article describes an experiment of sensitive mapping, targeting space as lived and perceived in France during the first lockdown due to Covid-19. Maps were created by the participants of the sensitive mapping seminar led by the French school of higher studies in social sc...