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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...
A question to: Julieta Longo, PhD in Sociology at CEIL-CONICET, Argentina
How to use the cross between gender and popular classes in a case study in large retailers in Argentina (2006-2012)  Julieta Longo carried out a traineeship at the Lest (Laboratoire d’Economie et de Sociologie du Travail) in Aix-Marseille, France, from Avril to July 2013. The main retail workplac...
Defending obscene art or how to look for cosquillas in power from a scenario
“A dust, well given, will never be forgotten”. The sentence is not myself, I read Camilo José Cela in a journalistic article in which, using this ironic example, our ineptionable literary Nobel suggested that one of the most dire Chilean contributions to the culture of our time has been the pairing...
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...
A look at my teaching at the IUT
I took up my duties as a teacher of Spanish at the IUT Cherbourg Manche in September 2002, after teaching as a college and high school for 20 years. These few lines are just a personal look at the teaching of my discipline to the IUT. The students arriving from the high school have so far evolved in...
How vision collaborates with thought to bring information into the mind
International audience “To gaze is to think” notes Salvador Dalí. The artist’s observation is illustrative of the tradition of representing perception as analogical with thinking. Analysing perception, Arnheim, for example, claims that there is no difference between a percept and a concept inasmuch...
How pupils’ parents and specialised teachers see school success and difficulty
The aim of this study is to explore how actors in the school system (parents of pupils) or experts (specialised teachers) represent the successful school pupil and the pupil in difficulty at school. To do so, we interviewed 29 parents of pupils and 33 specialised teachers. The results indicate that...
Reinforcement of self-efficacy through mental transportation : improvement of persuasiveness of prosocial communication promoting self-donation
While self-efficacy appears as a main behaviour’s explanatory variable, little research has been conducted regarding the potential mechanisms that could improve self-efficacy in the specific context of marketing communication. Moreover, despite the strong stakes linked with organ and gamete donation...
I ‘Debt and Constitution’ — Nicolas Eyguesier
Nicolas Eyguesier (Lille University 1, GATE L-SE) ‘Mixed debts and constitutions in Sismondi’ The issue of public debt goes through the whole work of Sismondi, from his Tests on the Constitutions of Free Peoples (1799) where he devotes a chapter to the Social Sciences Studies (1836-1838), where he d...
Complexity and the Economics of Climate Change: A Survey and a Look Forward
Publications by visiting researchers at the Study Days
Bibliography of Elisa Capdevila Ouvements — Capdevila Élisa, Les Ame éricains in Paris. Artists and bows in post-war France, Editions Armand Colin, March 2017. — Capdevila Élisa and SIRINELLI Jean-Franc, Georges Pompidou and Culture, E. P.I.E. Peter Lang, Brussels, 2011 (Critical Archives Collection...
History of disciplines: a changing search field
In 1988, André Chervel published an innovative article — quickly becoming a mandatory reference — on the history of school subjects as a field of research (Chervel, 1988). Thirty years later, this dossier seeks to put in perspective the current trends in this field of research, which is characterise...
Self-knowledge at Epictet and Marc-Aurèle
This article is intended to be an exploration of the topic of self-knowledge among stoicy philosophers Epictet and Marc-Aurèle. In the light of the socratic definition of gnothi seauton (know yourself), we propose to look at the ‘philosophy of self-esteem’ that Épictet and Marc-Aurèle have developed...
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...
Towards a universal set of bubble coalescence laws in low viscosity magmas
International audience Bubble nucleation, growth, and coalescence control the ascent, degassing, and eruption of all types of magma. Nucleation and growth are consequences of magma decompression, and are satisfactorily described by solubility and physical models. Coalescence is a more complicated is...
Colloquium "How can we be socio-anthropologist today? — Socio-anthropology: a critical look at the Western myth of technical progress’
The ‘3th Grenoble socio-anthropology meetings’, organised by the laboratory emc2-Laboratoire de Sociology de Grenoble under the leadership of Florent Gaudez, had this year’s guest of honour Alain Gras, founder of the Centre for Studies, Techniques, Knowledge and Practice (cetcopra — Paris 1 — Panthé...
Nursing Students' Learning in High Fidelity Simulation: An Ethnographic Study
Degree: Doctor of Philosophy Abstract: Understanding what happens to students’ learning in high-fidelity simulation (HFS) is important as we build our knowledge around the use of HFS in nursing education. Research in the area of high-fidelity is emerging at a rapid pace, however much of the literatu...
Matter and Explanation. On Aristotle's Metaphysics Book H
The main aim of my work – “Matter and Explanation. On Aristotle's Metaphysics Book Η” – is to show the argumentative unity of Book Η (VIII), which has been usually regarded as a mere collection of appendices to the previous Book Ζ. In my thesis I take on the main suggestion provided by M. Burnyeat i...
Metaphor 5 ‘In vain, the same song is repeated in his own language, it is another instrument’. Translator, musician: the task of the interpreter.
I am publishing here the text of a communication presented at the Genres Literary and Music Forms Colloquium, which took place in November 2009 at the University of Bquite-Pascal, Clermont-Ferrand. In a colloquium devoted to reflection on parents and analogies between ‘genres’ or textual and musical...
Europe's Deadly Borders: An Inside Look at EU's Shameful Immigration Policy, Maximilian Popp, spiegel.de, 11/09/2014
Crédit : Carlos Spottorno/DER SPIEGEL Along the frontiers between Spain and Morocco, Greece and Turkey and Hungary and Serbia, the EU is deploying brutal methods to keep out undesired refugees. Many risk everything for a future in Europe and their odysseys too often end in death. " (...) Given such...
Alice in lands of words and images
Alice followed the rabbit down the rabbit-hole, without thinking about how she was going to get out… Alice and her Wonderland falls in our audiovisual culture and nobody is thinking that she was going to get out. Alice’s adventures in words and images seem to be a never ending story. Lewis Carroll’s...
Streetview: Website shows censored photos
The City History and Architecture Portal http://www.time-o-rama.com shows with censored photos how black the future of the Internet in Germany could look like if the planned amendment to the Federal Data Protection Act is adopted. http://www.presseanzeiger.de/meldungen/politik/341348.php Opinion: ht...
The artefacts approach, a new way of knowledge management for e-learning.
this contribution aims to provide a conceptual framework for elearning, questioning the effects that the technique has on human activities rather than the changes induced by the technique itself. For example, the technique allows for more interactivity, more “comfortable” communication, but what do...
Religions and new challenges of sustainable development
today’s daily bulletin. This is what seems to be intended to be imposed on the subject of mixed meditation at prayer in the course of the 19th century. A planetary hurricane has gradually caught us all by surprise, forcing us to stop and stay alive. While we are still witnessing the daily counting o...
One of the first forms of reflection on the choice of research methodology is the look at the ECOLE OF ATHENES TO THE EPREUVE INTERVENTION
The well-known opposition of Aristote and Platon on the relationship between intelligible and sensitive people is one of the first forms of reflection on the choice of a research methodology. The painter Raphaël, in his famous fresque ‘L’Ecole d’Athens’, presents Platon pointing the index from his r...