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Contribution of sexual desire and motives to the compulsive use of cybersex.
Cybersex is increasingly associated with concerns about compulsive use. The aim of this study was to assess the roles of motives and sexual desire in the compulsive use of cybersex. The sample consisted of 306 cybersex users (150 men and 156 women). The participants were assessed using the Compulsiv...
From text to Representation: receptions of La Femme rompue
The collection of new La Femme rompue was published just before the May 68 events in January of that year. The eponymous story appeared in the ELLE magazine in the previous autumn, illustrated by Simone de Beausee’s cadette sister, Hélène de Beausee. Despite poor critical reception, success is happe...
Jean Genet, Judge and Party: from the ubiquitous storytelling to the dramaturge commentator
how do we get from the novel to the theatre? Should this change of gender be seen as a change in writing? It is true, however, that the writer remains the same. However, among the constants of Genet’s work, we will show how the writer continues the newspaper of his writing from one gender to another...
Contagion effect in cases of gènero violence
This section proposes the construction of key concepts in analysing the problem of gender-based violence, differentiating the latter term from domestic violence. Gender is a social construction, a set of traits assigned to men and women in a society, acquired and naturalised through socialisation an...
“We are not there to show”: The third half-time at the female rugby, between provocations and men’s eyes
Classes among male sports, rugby appears to be capable of rigidly structuring gender social relationships, containing men and women in clearly distinct roles, on the sports scene, but also at the post-match festivities we analyse here. Based on interviews and situational observations, our survey loo...
Education as Construction of Gender Roles in the Greek Novels
A "Very DIY Music" For Punk-Feminist People? Doing and listening to noise music in Ladyfest-inspired festivals
International audience My paper discusses the links between noise music and punk-feminist scenes, by looking at the Ladyfest network. Ladyfest festivals generally aim to challenge gender roles within the punk scene. The network draws on a punk-feminist inspiration and specifically maintains several...
Fashion mules : The mobility of Angolan women traders between Brazil and China
This thesis is based on the professional experiences of a small group of transnationalAngolan traders how travel abroad to bring back manufactured products (clothing,shoes, and women’s accessories) that they transport in their suitcases withoutdeclaring the commercial aim of this activity. After the...
Women, mothers, spouses and female workers: as parliamentary representations of gender roles through debates on reconciliation policies (1965-2010)
"titrebSummary '/titrebRepositating on the analysis of parliamentary debates on the labour/family relationship laws since the beginning of the Fifth Republic, the article looks at the representation of sex roles in the National Assembly. Three periods are defined. In the first, which runs until 1981...
The invention of gender in the newspaper of Marie-Edmée...
elevated in Nancy in a military environment in which the first sex is overvalued, at a time when the distribution of sex roles is particularly rigid, Marie-Edmée Pau (1845-1871) is painful of the constraint imposed by provincial society on the lives and bodies of girls and does not recognise himself...
The loss of a spouse in the elderly : bereavement, grief process and consumption of social support services
Marketing research has focused on the stages of the life cycle to understand, explain and predict the impact of transitions on consumption. In this field of research, our work aim to understand the role of consumption of formal social support during the experience of loss of a spouse. We develop our...
Sophie Jorrand Conference, Thursday 16 February 2017
Programme: Women and the power of pirate women, transgression of roles and gender reversal, here and elsewhere, 17th — 19th century. In Europe of the first modernity, women are often seen as weak, passive and docile, a situation that pirates women and more broadly adventuralists seem to be radically...
Eurobarometer 65.1: The Future of Europe, Transborder Purchases in the European Union, and Family Planning, February-March 2006
This round of Eurobarometer surveys diverged from the standard Eurobarometer measures and queried respondents on their opinions regarding the future of Europe, consumer protection for transborder purchases, family planning, and overall opinions and experiences of making transborder purchases within...
Recognition of women in work
The presence in this book of a specific article on the recognition of women at work is due to the existence of differences between the situations of men and women. The philosopher André Comte-Sponville considers their origin to be twofold: the first lies in nature, i.e. in the body, the second in cu...
Family and family in African cultures
'pbIn today’s Africa, we see not only the permanence of ancestral customs in the daily lives of rural and urban populations, but also many innovations... These are not only practices of circumvention or misuse of modern law, but above all alternatives which lie in between two. Marital relations and...
Etiología y riesgo en la construcción clínica de la enfermedad VIH-sida: Ensayo de antropología de la medicina Etiology And Risk In The Clinical Construction Of Hiv-Aids: An Essay From The Anthropology Of Medicine
En este artículo analizo la construcción del riesgo en la medicina clínica del Sida a partir del estudio de las argumentaciones y las formas retóricas puestas en juego en la presentación de la etiología de la enfermedad, la trasmisión viral y la relación entre procesos orgánicos y procesos sociales...
Job satisfaction and basic vital needs satisfaction among working women
Due to the achieved formal gender equality, traditional social roles within families have changed – approximately a half of women do not only raise children and run their households, but are working in some profession also. However, women feel themselves more responsible for family issues in compari...
Essays on the social inclusion of young people. Family and labor market pathways
The first chapter examines the role of individuals’ culture of origin in explaining the gender gap in youth’s decision to delay moving out from the parental household. I show that in societies with traditional values about gender roles, young have more incentives than young women to live longer with...
Navigating the transition from college to work: A study of baccalaureate graduates of a private university in Kenya
Growing segments of the Kenyan population are demanding higher education. Recent statistics indicate an increase in university enrolments as well as rapid expansion in higher education to meet the rising demand. Many Kenyan parents are investing significant resources and enduring major sacrifices to...
Famagusta Famagusta: Vol. II: History and Society
International audience The political, social, economic, and ecclesiastical history of the city of Famagusta in Cyprus in medieval and early modern times (late 12th to late 16th century) and its image in retrospectThis is the second of two volumes on the history and archaeology of the port city of Fa...
Feminist analysis of the poshuman proposals of patriarchal technology
Este trabalho indaga a respeito de propostas pós-humanas da tecnologia desde uma perspectiva de gênero, no âmbito da teoria feminista das ciências sociais. Examina a nova “articulação” da vida por meio da tecnologia e propõe uma aproximação crítica ao androcentrismo presente no tratamento que os mei...
Experts and non-insiders? Mediation and conjugal roles in the context of an exhibition on the video game
Coville M., ‘Experts and non-insiders? Mediation and conjugal roles in the context of an exhibition on video game’, in October S. and Patureau F. (dir.), Gender Standards in Cultural Institutions, DEPS-Ministry of Culture/ENS Lyon, 2018. (Author text) ___ Experts and non-initials? Visitor roles duri...
Popular Song in the First World War Popular Song in the First World War: An International Perspective
International audience What did popular song mean to people across the world during the First World War? For the first time, song repertoires and musical industries from countries on both sides in the Great War as well as from neutral countries are analysed in one exciting volume. Experts from aroun...
A meta-synthesis on gender, disability and reproductive health in sub-Saharan Africa
Introduction: Reproductive health is still an important global health challenge. This situation is exacerbated among the population with disabilities who suffer from various barriers to access and discrimination, which are still scarcely understood. To contribute to future interventions, we examined...
Rhotics and rhoticity in Scotland : a sociophonetic study of Standard Scottish English
This thesis in English sociophonetics combines the approaches of variationist sociolinguistics and experimental phonetics to study rhotics and rhoticity in Standard Scottish English. With auditory analysis of 14 7 Scottish speakers and fine acoustic analyses of speakers of Dundee and Kinross,the ext...