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Is the text editor an author? Minutes
2 and 3 February 2015 took place at the IRHT of the Study Days on: “Is the text editor an author? Legal and scientific reflections about critical editing”. The minutes of these two days are proposed by Paul Bertrand and Sébastien Barret on the website of the Consortium Medievales — COSME. It is publ...
Patients’ rights, LGDJ Lextenso, Col. Systemes, 2018, 204 p
National audience In mirror doctors’ hippocratic duties, patients’ rights have slowly emerged and the care relationship has gradually been captured by law. A fundamental shift was made by the Law of 4 March 2002, known as the ‘Kouchner Law’, which, inter alia, enshrined the rights of the person care...
Work with babies: a Reflection on Environmental and Spaces at the Bachelor
With the implementation of the new National Curricular Guidelines for Child Education — DCNEI, approved in 2009, early childhood education units now represent spaces in which interactions and play are key pedagogical axes. This article demonstrates, by reporting experience, the organisation of space...
Humiliation and shame caused by inhumane management practices : case study (Cali-Colombia)
Inhumane Administrative Practices (IAP) refer to certain systematic, calculated and planned violent exercises on the part of management, by which the termination of contracts with workers who are considered to be replaceable or are disruptive to the instrumental ends of an organization are possible....
Corporate governance of unlisted family companies in the Occident and the Middle East
This thesis is a comparative study of the corporate governance of unlisted family companies in the Occident and the Middle East. The first part is a descriptive inventory of corporate governance texts (Title I), in particular corporate governance codes, and practices (Title II) related to the family...
Popular consultations: institutional barriers and tensions due to local participation
RESUMEN This article reports on the legal and political controversy surrounding mining exploration and exploitation in municipalities, and the institutional barriers citizens have faced in using this mechanism of civic participation in relation to mining issues in the municipalities of Pueblorrico (...
Review of legal literature research in some higher education institutions in Latin America
Summary: this revision article deals with practices around the literality of law training in some Latin American universities. To this end, the way in which different theoretical and conceptual perspectives have been used to talk about textual understanding and production in the legal field, in high...
The managerial logic of the societal responsibility of the researcher teacher at a school of management
The normative foundations of corporate social responsibility (CSR), transposed to the research teacher in management sciences, are interpellent because of the many paradoxes they raise. This article, which is interdisciplinary by law and management, seeks to ascertain what recovery of liability, and...
Hyper-lead-relations: from theory and methodology to the study of realities: Some contributions to the analysis of the Argentinian case
The collapse is one of the new areas of study in international relations. From the beginning to disaggregate the state (Nation) into the assets, to the emergence of studies on the role of sub-national units in the novales, a series of transformations have been carried out in political, domestic and...
Estate-level decision-making and socioeconomics determine annual harvest in the European Turtle-dove in central Spain
Designing evidence-based policies that regulate harvest levels is essential to avoid unsustainable hunting. This requires a good understanding of the relationship between bag sizes and regulatory mechanisms of harvest, and particularly of how these mechanisms are implemented locally and how they var...
In Search of Politics : Mapuche Organizations, State and Legitimacy in Santiago de Chile
This thesis explores the reconfiguration of political space in post-dictatorial Chile, and the place that might be occupied by those self-identified as Mapuche. It questions modalities, conditions and limits of political participation in the name of indigeneity, from a particular variant of contempo...
Speech on the speech. Orality and writing in the legal culture of liberal Spain
This study highlights the oral components that cut the legal culture of isabelina — although many of the hypotheses launched here are very likely to apply to other American and European traditions. With the lawyer/speaker as a model of perfect lawyer and touch stone of the culture in question, unive...
“Prayer who does not exist...”. Sociology of a trial of disciplinary law at the central house
This ethnography of an incident leading to disciplinary proceedings, analysed as a test, gives an overview of the practices of the law in prison. We look symmetrically at the reasons for the supervisor to opt for disciplinary action and how, in response, the detainee compels his opponents to take th...
Be a court judge for children in Turkey. Between criminal law enforcement and social considerations
This article seeks to understand the ways in which children’s judges engage in the judiciary in Turkey. It reveals two categories of judges? those who make ‘? code?’ a priority, and those who prioritise ‘? file?’. The analyses also confirm that the practices of judges adopting a position of technici...
Mandatory Environmental Disclosures by Companies Complying with IASs/IFRSs: The Cases of France, Germany, and the UK
International audience This study investigates whether the adoption of a single set of accounting standards, such as IASs/IFRSs, guarantees the harmonization of accounting practices within a country and across countries, or whether differences in reporting practices persist because of dissimilaritie...
Mafia Practices and Italian Entrepreneurial Activities in the Belgian Food Sector. Research Objectives
peer reviewed This research aims to study the social and economic processes which encourage the spread of mafia practices among some Italian entrepreneurs in the Belgian food sector. My working hypothesis is that mafia practices are violent and predatory strategies to monopolize the economic market,...
Predatory innovation in high-tech markets : analysis in European and American antitrust law
Innovation is often discussed in antitrust law. Predatory innovation is less considered. Perhaps it is because predatory innovation is considered euphemistic: innovation is generally seen as being predatory by nature insofar as its objective is the creation or improvement of an existing product in o...
Academic time is a time for debate, often lively, and misunderstandings. Autonomy in an increasingly globalised context, reception capacities and various restructuring events have brought lawyers to grasp, and continue to study, the contemporary history of legal faculties. A lot of work has revealed...
«Induced abortion, practices and care» . An anthropology of youth through social norms and public health policies in Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso)
Induced abortion without medical or legal request in countries where it is prohibitedsuch as Burkina Faso poses both a public health and social problems. It is this doubleproblematic that this thesis explored in order to understand the causes of the difficultiesfacing the country to fight against un...
The reform of the Canadian Criminal Code on mental disorders and its impact on the detention of individuals
This article discusses how pre-trial detention has become an important instrument in the treatment of the accused whose mental state has been questioned during the judicial process. This study is part of a major research trend centered on the hypothesis of criminalization of the mental illness. This...
The interjugal link between norms and deviations from antiquity to the present day
This day of study, organised at the University of Angers by Carole Avignon and Michel Nassiet, focuses on socio-historical practices and variations around the right to marriage, considering them between norms and deviations, from antiquity to the present day. The inclusion of the study over a long p...
Conventional breaks seen by employees: looking for the reasons for breaking
The article explores the practices of contractual termination, a new form of termination of an employment contract of indefinite duration, alongside dismissal and resignation. Introduced into the Labour Code by the Law of 25 June 2008, which entered into force on 1 August 2008, the nature of the bre...
The issue of a negotiated right for the Amazon Park of Guyana
‘titrebSummary’/titrebThe legislative renovation of national parks raises questions about the nature of the law in protected areas. Would it be conceivable to think of the formation of a more negotiated right than imposed? The question may legitimately arise in the case of the Amazon Park of Guiana...
Representation, body and sound: dramatic representation of teenagers rescued from trafficking networks in the city of Quito.
it would be worth saying that my interest in l@s adolescents was inspired by a script from the American filmmaker Harmony Korine. The script of the film was “KIDS” and although the interest in this research does not lie in cinema, semi-otic, let alone in the creation of Korine, I could discover on t...
Forming Community benchmarks to build autonomy: Training of community leaders of social organisations on the basis of non-formal educational practices in the region The Platform Berisso-Ensenada
Since 2002 from various UNLP academic units, we have made efforts to maintain links with social organisations on the periphery of the region La Platform-Berisso-Ensenada. Based on the experience of research and advice to organisations in peripheral neighbourhoods on the basis of voluntary or other e...