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‚I * Global Security * 23 aoźt 2020
Researcher/Senior Researcher to the research unit on Global Security and Worldviews at the Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS). Application due: 23/08/2020. Start date: 01/12/2020.
The self-confrontation method: a method that is well suited to investigating information research activity?
in this article we discuss the value of the self-confrontation method to study the search for information. We describe the origins, expected benefits, limitations and uses of the method in different areas. We question the scarcity of his employment in empirical work on information research. We try t...
Phrasal verbs: A contribution towards a more accurate definition
Phrasal verbs are commonly described as VERB + PARTICLE or VERB + ADVERB idiomatic combinations. In my opinion this definition lacks accuracy: using the term “particle” is essentially an elegant way to avoid having to say whether the second term of any such combination is either an adverb or a prepo...
Enhancing emotional competences in the context of unemployment : a longitudinal analysis of the effects on well-being and employability
Numerous studies showed that Emotional Intelligence (EI) is related to and can predict variety of cognitive and behavioural outcomes (Di Fabio, Palazzeschi, Asulin-Peretz & Gati, 2013; Fugate, Kinicki & Ashfort, 2004; Joseph & Newman, 2010; Van Rooy & Viswesvaran, 2004) and psychological and physica...
Sustainable and transferable skills: key to employability
During their working lives, individuals develop skills through various activities, with one or more employers. Some are improving, “capitalising on” their “skills capital” through new employment, a skills assessment, training, resuming education, etc. and therefore remain employable. Sadly, others a...
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Going to London... to promote vocational integration in France
In the context of increasing migration from France to London, this article seeks to understand the motivations of young French adults of Maghreb origin who undertake this mobility with the aim of promoting their professional integration. Some of these young people in France benefit from a mechanism...
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...
‘We Are the Middle Class’ The New Turkish Middle Class: Identification, Behaviors and Expectations
International audience This article aims to identify and characterise the Turkish middle class. Our objective is to improve its description by implementing a clustering method combining an economic and a sociological approach. Using the Income and Living Conditions Survey (2014), we first identify t...
Press review — Friday 11 March 2016
China cuts the wing in steel and coal, Le Monde Economie, 12/03/2016 Beijing creates a fund of almost EUR 14 billion to reclassify workers who will lose their jobs... read oil prices: Nigerian economy destabilised, the Echos, 11/03/2016 Nigeria avoided the dry breakdown. Trade unions of the national...
Small-scale fishing activity in the south of the Mediterranean: governance, socio-economic dynamics and environmental issues in the Algerian port of Jijel (Boudis)
Fishing is one of the most important socio-economic activities in the Mediterranean and particularly in the Maghreb. In Algeria, in recent decades it has become a leading employment sector for a large part of the coastal population. Exploitation of the sea is also one of the main animal protein reso...
The good use of ‘parliamentarians’
A magistrate treated with ‘parliamentarians’ in 1652 was surprised a few years ago by the firm discontent expressed by Councillor Sevin on 1 July 1652 in the Assembly of Chambers of the Parliament of Paris because he felt as a verbal attack that he had been treated as a ‘parliamentarian’ by a man on...
Looking for a job when you’ve just been a doctor: adjustments between work project, transition to adult life and future-proof labour market representations
After presenting the main results of statistical surveys on the future of doctoral graduates, the article proposes to address how young doctors are looking for a job in terms of the lifecycle and through an understandable and longitudinal approach. Thanks to the double series of biographical intervi...
From stagflation to depression
The relative success of the fight against inflation and excessive attention over the short period tend to mask trend developments in developed economies. The political consensus on the idea of restoring the “big balances” means that the reasons for the continuing rise in unemployment in Europe — a f...
Trends in the evolution of family agricultural employment. Volume 2: female employment
This report contains a description of family employment, the qualites and the DEFAUTS of the measuring instruments available to determine their volume, a detailed analysis of the different cases (female managers, women workers working with their husbands, daughters assisting their parents), as well...
French investments abroad and their influence on employment
Research document of the HEC Paris Group, No 252
Curious on the demands of labour shortages
After World War II, the labour shortage in some sectors appeared to be a consequence of full employment and encouraged planning policies to adjust educational and career guidance to future business needs. Today, while full employment is no longer, the issue of dealing with labour ‘shortages’ in the...
A memory assistant for very small software engineering projects
We propose to assist the memory of very small software engineering projects with the simplest possible infrastructure (a semantic wiki) and knowledge management activities embedded in two processes from ISO/IEC 29110, project management and software implementation. Registration, re-use, research and...
No 36-2nd half of 2011
OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Ref.: R-36-2011-2 Commanding the review Study. Nathalie Verhides, ‘Maires, Prizes, Deyens, Intermediaries between Seiginers and Operators. About the timing of Autun’s women (XIIIth centuries)’, pp. 7-40. David GLOMOT, ‘Bocage and metairies in Haute-Marche in the nineteenth cen...
Influence of sex differences in timeliness and demographic norms on work-related accretes
au bout du compte, l'offre d'emploi faite aux femmes et les débuts de trajectoires professionnelle auxquelles elles ont accès jouent plus sur leurs carrières que les facteurs familiaux. Si les femmes peu diplômées restent aujourd'hui particulièrement exposées au non emploi (sans comparaison avec ce...
Explain an ‘invisible’ pathology to the patient. The use of a metaphor to represent Alzheimer’s disease in geriatric consultation
Head of the geriatric department of a Paris hospital, Prof. A. is used to produce a common reference object to describe Alzheimer’s disease to its patients by using the description of a house whose damaged staircase does not allow access to the upper floor rooms, symbolisation of their preserved int...
Fragments of the future : the book to come and its announcement on the edges of the modern regime of historicity (16th/20th centuries) : a social poetics of the project
This dissertation aims at examining the issue of the imagined book while avoiding its characterization in terms of failure, incompleteness, loss and spectre, which are prevalent in contemporary literary studies. As it approaches the diverse phenomenon of the imagined book on the basis of its deliber...
Young people and random cultures: from precarious employment to professional socialisation [Report]
The combination of the decline in the classic model of work and its extension between two ages, young people, created uncertainty at the borders of the labour markets. We are faced with a rather strong paradox: on the one hand, the employee remains the main focal point and full employment the object...
Work on change. Working with an evolving chronic disease.
retention in employment, occupational equality, global approach: the number of July-August-September Work with an evolving chronic work disease is available online and free of charge. Source: Work on change. Working with an evolving chronic disease.
At journalism, at the margins of his ideals
The article describes the increasing influence of flexibility considerations on the early career of young French-speaking Belgian journalists. Marked by an unprecedented employment crisis and a profound change in their business models, journalistic companies are increasingly difficult to secure a st...