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Scope and limits of traditional business typologies applied to agriculture. Scope and limits of traditional business typologies applied to agriculture: The case of diversifications of small enterprises of agricultural origin.
Generic strategies in 19th century journalistic writing
A generic approach is essential to understand the way in which, in the nineteenth century, journals affected literature and vice versa. Such a perspective first allows one to grasp what happens when the same textual form is transferred from one editorial medium to another — the change in enunciative...
Poetic of emancipation and speech in archipelago Poetic of emancipation and speech in archipelago: from Alejo Carpentier to Daniel Maximin or Lyonel Trouillot (or to today’s other romanciers and poets)
'Translanguaging' a harbinger of language and cultural loss in Africa? The central role of schools in the transmission of standard forms of African languages.
In the present situation where oral formal learning practices in Africa tend to dwindle drastically, schools have become one central resource for the transmission of the more classical forms of African languages. At least for the languages which can boast a literate tradition, space can be easily ca...
For a meeting theory For a theory of meeting: chance and individuation at Gilbert Simondon
Quel est le rôle du hasard dans l’individuation théorisée par Gilbert Simondon ? Dans cette enquête, le hasard, élaboré à partir du concept darwinien de chance, n’est plus pensé comme principe métaphysique ou mesure de l’ignorance : il devient un opérateur local inséré dans le processus d’individuat...
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Current knowledge on the physical communication of classroom teachers: how much emphasis is placed on complexity in research?
This literature overview analyses the state of our knowledge regarding the way teachers communicate non-verbally, and shows that research has different attitudes towards complexity. There are two types of research: 1) those that consider a teacher’s non-verbal communication as prescriptive and part...
Sécurisation des parcours professionnels et dialogue social dans les territoires rhônalpins
Marseille : Céreq (Collection Net.Doc ; 141) Ce document est le compte rendu du colloque de restitution de six ans de recherche sur le développement de la précarité, l’émergence de nouvelles formes d’emploi et l’analyse empirique d’actions de sécurisation des parcours professionnels. Ces recherches...
Mechanisms to encourage the use of rainwater in France: between national regulation and local initiatives
Births of comic strip: from William Hogarth to Winsor McCay
National audience Cet essai présente un panorama de l’image humoristique en Angleterre, en France, en Allemagne et aux États-Unis, mettant en exergue l’apport de William Hogarth, au 18e siècle. À partir de cette période, se constitue, selon l’auteur, « un véritable continuum. [En effet] du rébus au...
The authority of the chair : from its function to its transformation into work in chinese and western art
Socrates would say that the God created the form of the chair, that the craftsmen make other chairs according to this form, and that the artists create artistic chairs according to chairs made by the craftsmen. There is a truth in these ideas. The chair is the chair, it has its own form. It does not...
Movement, Place, Fixity
Mouvement, enracinement, fixité
The shareholders' agreement under Egyptian law through the prism of French law
The shareholder agreements, considered as the one of the major contracts concluded by and between the actors of the international affairs, meet the expectations of the companies’ directors and shareholders regarding the transfer of stocks and shares. Nevertheless, outside the regulated market, the p...
Commitment in the unknown: An innovative use of the Profit-with-Purpose corporate framework to ensure responsible innovation
International Colloquium Learching the worlds by discovery
Lundi 14 et mardi 15 octobre | Auditorium 1er étage Le colloque propose de réfléchir aux processus par lesquels les mondes en découverte sont portés à la connaissance d’un public plus ou moins large. Les explorations novatrices ont depuis longtemps fait l’objet de formes de médiatisation, avec des f...
IT companies laboratoy of modern forms of getting to work ?
Defining the concepts of "work" and "job", we observed the importance of "information system " in the reinvention of "work".Noting the loss and modification of „jobs“ ; evidenced by layoffs and reorganization of enterprises , the work does not disappear , however, and invites new forms , such as sta...
Resistance (s) and Corsica society: unique case or regional variant? July 1940-September 1943
The study of the Resistance has for a long time been restricted to its ideological and political aspects. For this reason it deserves to be revisited by way of regional monographs. The case of Corsica provides an example. The Resistance, in its social, cultural and anthropological phenomena, can be...
Scottish Parliament and participatory democracy
The Scottish Parliament and participative democracy The Scottish Parliament set up in 1999 was designed to embody a new model of governance. Indeed the Constitutional Steering Group on the Scottish Parliament set up in November 1997 by the then Secretary of State for Scotland and whose remit was to...
The ‘national novel’ of the consignment Lewis and Clark
This article deals with the most recent and innovative forms of the praise of the Lewis and Clark Expedition (1804-1806), a journey of exploration that was to become, over the decades, a founding myth of the United States. Various domains and examples – such as the lines written at the foot of comme...
Innovative place-based dynamics: the case of agri-food SMEs
`titrebInnovative territorial dynamics : the case of agro-food SME`/titreb The purpose of this paper is to investigate the capacity of small enterprises working in agricultural and agro-food productions to frame local networks. These patterns of innovative collective strategies are likely to induce...
Concepts and perceptions of citizenship at school. A Franco-English comparative approach
Differentiated gender models and editorial positions in the specialised sports press
This paper, based on a 6 years field research on the mountain bike community and its dedicated press deals with describing the gender models that are to be found in three magazines and with the conditions that give rise to their publication. Considering both Raewyn Connell’s (1987) hegemonic masculi...
Cet ouvrage pluridisciplinaire explore les limites, mais aussi les succès, de l'une des plus vieilles démocraties du monde. Il donne toute sa place à l'étude des rouages du système politique américain, au rôle des immigrants et des minorités ethnoraciales, aux questions religieuses, à la globalisati...
Transcribe sign language.
(poster exposition) - two venues: 13/05-06/08 (Chaumont) and 17/10-30/11/2017 (Nancy) International audience
Involvement (or commitment?) at work: what is new?