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Early mother-child early interactions in the context of severe emotional neglect : transdisciplinary approach of synchrony and maternal insighfulness
Studying early interaction is complex but essential for understanding psychopathology during infancy. Emotional Neglect is a common but insidious form of child maltreatment. It refers to parental failure to give children an emotional environment that allows adequate psychological, cognitive and phys...
La détresse psychologique de la mère et ses besoins d'accompagnement à la suite du dévoilement de l'agression sexuelle de son enfant
Child sexual abuse is a prevalent social problem. The ratio of sexual abuse victims who are minor is considerable (Pereda, Guilera, Forns, & Gómez-Benito, 2009) While child sexual abuse has been associated with a number of various consequences in childhood, research also shows that they tend to pers...
Health effects of endocrine disruptors during pregnancy and childhood
All humans are exposed to chemicals in everyday life, from food, indoor environment, cosmetics and other products that surround us at home and at work. Endocrine disruptors (EDCs) are man-made compounds that can bind to cell receptors and mimic or block the functions of natural hormones potentially...
The contibution of the judicial juge to the revelation of the conceptual unity of the notion of the family
The law finds it difficult to apprehend the notion of the family because, on the one hand, to the absence of legal definition of this term, and on the other hand, the diversity of existing family situations. However, the necessity of guaranteeing the family rights of the people imposes the research...
Children in cities. Considerations about the place of play and the architect’s creativity in the light of the emergence of the guaranteed city
The presence of all young children on the streets sometimes manifests itself as gestures of escape and exploration that have been removed from parental supervision. On closer inspection, the event inspired by these “escape gestures” seems to reveal an essential dimension of the sensitive urban relat...
Alfred de Musset, The confession of a child of the century
La Confession d’un enfant du siècle è al tempo stesso una sorta di autobiografia romanzata, che intrattiene molteplici quanto ingannevoli legami con le esperienze di vita dell’autore, e il ritratto lucido e disincantato di un’epoca e di un’intera generazione nata sotto il primo impero, che non a cas...
The accredited bodies « relationship makes » confronted with mutations and risks of intercountry adoption from 2005
The accredited bodies of international adoption in France, that means Authorized Organizations for Adoption (AOA) and FAA (French Agency for Adoption) occupy a prominent place in the international adoption process. They hold the power to give to a child a family. To this end, they are “relationsmake...
Electromyographic caracterisation in children and adolescents with non-specific chronic low back pain.
The majority of the worldwide population (80%) suffers from low back pain (LBP) over life. LBP becomes chronic (CLBP) in 10 to 15% of (all) adult cases yielding important functional and socio-economic adverse repercussions. The majority of LBP (85%) is classified as “non-specific” (NSCLBP), i.e. wit...
Socio-evaluation research on the impact of the Marrainage intervention of the Relevailles Group
The aim of this socio-evaluation research was to assess the impact of the margro-twinning intervention and to identify the particular social dimensions of the customers served by the Relevailles Group. This body provides psychological support to mothers seeking assistance following adaptation diffic...
Epidemiology of mycobacteria in French Polynesia
Tuberculosis is caused by a group of phylogenetically close infectious agents forming the Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex, consisting of ten species. M. tuberculosis is a slow growing bacterium which form rough colonies. The complex also includes M. tuberculosis tubercle bacilli forming smooth ra...
Do you learn to read only once
Should you first learn to read in mother tongue or foreign language? Jean Duverger reported on the experience of bilingual classes in Spain. It focuses less on teachers than on children whose strategies are ‘original and personal’. If the demands of their surroundings are made in both languages at t...
Neither by chance, nor planned. : Gender, sexuality and childbearing during youth in Russia (1970s-2010s)
This study addresses, from a sociological and sociohistorical point of view, the transitions to adulthood of two generations of Russian women by focusing on their entry into sexuality, into conjugality and into motherhood. Interviews were held in Moscow and in Saint Petersburg with women (N=32) and...
Chapter two: Children to be raised (2/7)
The discovery of the sex of the child Marie Magdeleine thus gave birth to her third child in April 1795. She was disappointed, she wanted a boy. Antoine, on the other hand, welcomed: ‘My wife has just given birth very fortunately from a daughter and has her great regret, for me this is roughly equal...
Epidemiology and mother-to-child transmission of Extended-spectrum ß-lactamase-producing Enterobacteria (ESBL-PE) in Madagascar.
The emergence and spread of antibiotic-resistant bacteria is a concern. Infection caused by multidrug-resistant bacteria (MDR) worsens the prognosis of infected patients and increases the costs associated with their management. Among the MDRs, Gram-negative bacteria (GNB), especially extended-spectr...
From Lacaune to the College of Castres: Memories of a Jewish child in the aftermath of the war
Mademoiselle Valletta and Raymonde La maisonnette, where they lived very little, far from the street, in the trough and away, as if she had wanted to be forgotten. Everything we could see was a ground floor. Such as a doll or bedding house. Inserted between other houses plus allure copiers. Discreet...
"I have in any case betrayed my culture, it was necessary. [...] I think I am finally stripped of an old skin, a crust that is scratched up to the blood. This quote could summarise life and introduce the work of the poet Leopoldo María Panero (Madrid, 1948 — Las Palmas, Canary Islands, 2014). This c...
Victor, a wild child of Aveyron found in 1797
Portrait de Victor when he was captured in 1800. It is difficult to understand how in France, in the department of Aveyron, at the end of the eighteenth century a person could be found to be violently separated from any social relationship and reduced to the wild. This true Robinson, discovered afte...
Rituals of protection against ritual infant mortality to protect against infant mortality: Soul of soul
National audience The death of the small child has often been attributed to sorts, bad minds... It needs to be hidden and surrounded by protective rituals
Call for communications on the Opera for Children
Deadline: 5 April 2010 third day of study “Opera français du 20th Century”, Paris, Cité de la Music, Saturday 12 June 2010 Coordination: Anne-Claire Di Meglio After the fantaisies and other females of the first half of the century, which rely on the world of childhood to renew lyric subjects such as...
Young and big — Adults and children at the crèche
Preventing the stigmatisation of obesity in kindergarten through the philosophical discussion
Obesity is a major public health problem. Its prevalence continues to rise to such an extent that it is now seen as a global epidemic affecting adults and, increasingly, children. Assuming that a child suffering from obesity will be likely to remain in adulthood and be more inclined to develop patho...
Cycling and reporting to children’s public spaces: permanence of gender division in a learning facility in a popular neighbourhood in Strasbourg
Research Framework: In the priority neighbourhoods of the City Policy in France, physical activities, whether carried out in the context of travel or leisure, are still lagging behind French territory as a whole. While many pieces of work analyse physical and sporting activities among young people a...
Boucles temporelles et modèles Boucles temporelles et modèles: trajectoires redoublées dans La Jetée, Twelve Monkeys, Life on Mars et Lost
the term ‘time loop’ here refers to the repetition of an event, the duplication of an event at the beginning and end of the diegesis, or the meeting, through the same event, of the still child hero and the hero who has become an adult. Heroes are therefore the ones who experience the time loop, forc...
Access to prevention of mother to child HIV transmission in the multitherapy era : implementation of the guidelines
The objective of this Ph.D thesis is to describe the care received by HIV-infected pregnant women in France in the era of multitherapy, to assess how actual practices differ from recommendations, to identify factors related to non optimal care for prevention of mother-to child HIV transmission (PMTC...
No contradiction between France’s international commitments and French positive law on the attribution of parental authority