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The subjectivity of climate change in the island. The case of Saint Pierre and Miquelon
Islands are the first to be affected by climate change (CC): their small size, generally low altitudes and external dependence increase their vulnerability to natural, particularly coastal hazards, aggravated by CC (Bertrand and Richard, 2011). Nowadays, the introduction of adaptation to CC is criti...
The challenges and opportunities of the Great Ferroviaire Vitesse in terms of local development and sustainable development: analysis based on production and ownership of service innovations
There are many high-speed train projects in Europe and elsewhere in the world. These projects are now part of a context of sustainable development, and their ambition is primarily to limit, or even counter, the continuous growth of road transport for people. However, this primary ambition is accompa...
The Instagram globe-trotters: contemporary representation (s) of the trip
This research work focuses on studying the representations of the journey put into circulation via the Instagram device by a group of users — which we simply define as a globe-trotters whose passion and practice from the other side are laid down as communal denominators. The study of the process of...
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...
Do Participants Change Their Preferences in the Deliberative Process?
On a news from Arthur Schnitzler (1862-1931) The appeal of the teenbrae
Arthur Schnitzler, writer and doctor, tells us in his photograph that mental illnesses are particularly attractive to her for what they have ‘poetic or at least literary’. Based on a variety of tragic facts (an individual who denies his brother), a genuine case of deadly paranoia, Schnitzler wants t...
Social aid, representations of social justice and cohesion
The reference to pain, lack of counterpart to social aid and abuse of solidarity systems is repeated in the political, economic and social discourse of recent decades. We will draw on the 4th edition of the European Social Survey (2008) and the Perception des Inegalities et sentiments de justice (20...
From one eye to another
While the ethnographic survey is a prime time for research, it also opens up unexpected meetings that may call into question its meaning and scope. The following article focuses on measuring the effects of decisive telescoping. When the ideological interposes between a researcher and his/her purpose...
Explaining small-retailer patronage through social capital theory
International audience The purpose of this paper is to understand why people shop at small retailers in their community. The authors investigate the influence of consumers’ civic commitment, measured at behavioural and perceptual levels, on small-retailer patronage (SRP). Design/methodology/approach...
22. Embedding Feminist Pedagogies of Care in Research to Better Support San Youth in South Africa
Outi Ylitapio-Mäntylä and Mari Mäkiranta discuss how to make sensitive interventions across cultural divides with a focus on the San people of Africa. In line with feminist practices, they outline how a caring ethos can protect the individual from some of the challenges customary within a neoliberal...
Everyday sociability, social networks and ICTs
The impressive growth of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in the last decade constitutes a challenge both for social studies on sociability and on ICT usage. It demands to put methodologies and sociological analysis that have mainly been developed for the study of face-to-face intera...
Thyroid Function Tests in the Reference Range and Fracture: Individual Participant Analysis of Prospective Cohorts.
Hyperthyroidism is associated with increased fracture risk, but it is not clear if lower thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) and higher free thyroxine (FT4) in euthyroid individuals are associated with fracture risk. To evaluate the association of TSH and FT4 with incident fractures in euthyroid indiv...
Harry Kiakis, Henry Miller in Pacific Palisades: Selections from a Journal
Harry Kiakis, Henry Miller in Pacific Palisades: Selections from a Journal Kansas City: Nexus: The International Henry Miller Journal, 2017. Pp. 228. ISBN: 978-1-5397-7496-9. Wayne E. Arnold University of Kitakyushu, Japan Recording every encounter with a famous individual may appear a bit on the fa...
Virgins, Wives, Mothers
the blog is used to prepare and accompany the session “Young women, wives, mothers”. State personalities in early-new Europe’ (29-31 March 2016) at the German Historical Institute in Paris. It presented the participants and their planned presentations. In addition, participants, as well as those int...
No duplicates for early-new printing
The article ‘The electronic cataloguing of the historical book stock of the Klosterbibliothek Wettingen-Mehrerau’ reads: Despite mass digitisation projects such as Google Inc.’s ‘Google Books’, electronic cataloguing of historically important books by individual libraries remains a necessity. It is...
Collective choice in contemporary political philosophy
This dissertation examines the philosophical foundations of social choice theory. Social choice theory is the area of normative economics which is concerned with the aggregation of individual preferences. The aim of this work is to investigate the philosophical assumptions of social choice theory in...
Sensorimotor integration in the moving spinal cord
There is converging evidence that mechanosensory feedback modulates the activity of spinal central pattern generators underlying vertebrate locomotion. However, probing the underlying circuits in behaving animals is not possible in “fictive” locomotion electrophysiological recordings. Here, we achie...
Individual and Collaborative self-regulatory support: peer assessment & video feedback in an EFL task
International audience Self-regulated learning (SRL) includes the cognitive, metacognitive, behavioral, motivational, and emotional/affective aspects of learning. The conceptualization of self and socially regulated learning (SSRL) has recently received much attention and peer assessment (PA) has be...
Privately-owned buildings, re-housing, what next steps ? Professionnals and inhabitants involved in an urban renewal operation
Since 2003, more than 400 popular districts categorized as sensitive urban zones and 4 million inhabitants have become part of a program initiated by the Framework Act on Town Planning and Urban Renewal (so-called “Borloo law”). In order to achieve district transformation and social diversity, the p...
Interests of the variability of the human bone loss in the estimation of the age in forensic anthropology
The study carried out concerned to the determination of the age from investigations on the human alveolar bone loss. The lack of reliability of the tie epithelial as indicator of age and the absence of correlation of the transparency of the dentin on whole or cut teeth demonstrated the interest of a...
Joint Sensing and Power Allocation in Nonconvex Cognitive Radio Games: Nash Equilibria and Distributed Algorithms
In this paper, we propose a novel class of Nash problems for Cognitive Radio (CR) networks, modeled as Gaussian frequency-selective interference channels, wherein each secondary user (SU) competes against the others to maximize his own opportunistic throughput by choosing jointly the sensing duratio...
Designing ISP-friendly Peer-to-Peer Networks Using Game-based Control
The rapid growth of peer-to-peer (P2P) networks in the past few years has brought with it increases in transit cost to Internet Service Providers (ISPs), as peers exchange large amounts of traffic across ISP boundaries. This ISP oblivious behavior has resulted in misalignment of incentives between P...
For a sociological analysis of the individual reflexivity
The main purpose of this article is to present a theoretical proposal for empirical analysis of individual reflexivity. The contributions of different authors in the sociology field, which they consider to be the most relevant, by the operational tools they provide, are discussed in order to respond...
Justice as Care : From Ronald Dworkin Toward Education
This thesis is about Ronald Dworkin’s conception of justice as equal respect and concern from which we study the interaction between its principles and the development of personal identity. The idea behind it is that justice as equal liberty involves a problem of commensurability : how do we ascerta...
Vocal tract resonances in singing: Strategies used by sopranos, altos, tenors, and baritones
International audience The first two vocal tract resonances (R1 and R2) of 22 classically trained sopranos, altos, tenors, and baritones were measured while they sang four different vowels over their normal pitch range. The resonances of the tract and the harmonics of the voice were measured simulta...