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News: Video capturing HABATA
The first videos of the Colloquium ‘Methodology and interpretation of habitats’ are online on the University of Lille.Collection ‘Methodology and interpretation of habitats’: https://webtv.univ-lille.fr/grp/481/methodologie-et-interpretation-des-habitats/ HABATA is a collective research project in t...
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...
The ceramics of South Aquitaine: historigraphy, issues, methodology
La détresse psychologique de la mère et ses besoins d'accompagnement à la suite du dévoilement de l'agression sexuelle de son enfant
Child sexual abuse is a prevalent social problem. The ratio of sexual abuse victims who are minor is considerable (Pereda, Guilera, Forns, & Gómez-Benito, 2009) While child sexual abuse has been associated with a number of various consequences in childhood, research also shows that they tend to pers...
Discrete event modeling and simulation for IoT efficient design
Ubiquitous computing (pervasive, ubiquitous computing or ubicomp in English) consists, globally, in embedding reduced and low-power microprocessors coupled with sensors in mobile devices (objects). One of the challenges in the field of the ubicomp is to propose a software application compatible with...
Planning technology maturation by exploration of useful problems in markets : the case of innovative startups
Technology-oriented innovative startups must conduct extensive experiments to gather sufficient proofs of value, so that they may reduce uncertainties before the launch of their products and services on the market. Despite their limited resources, the experiments conducted by startups are often rand...
Inventory of Paris Architecture under the Third Republic of Paris Architecture Inventory under the Third Republic: architectural inventory of the 18th district
The commercial space of the planners and the commercial space of the user, the contribution of a disaggregated method
What is the impact of changes in the physionomy and forms of distribution of the commercial device on consumers’ spatial behaviour? These comments attempt to partially answer this question by showing the value of using a “disaggregated” method that takes the individual as a basis for analysis. The r...
Curious on the demands of labour shortages
After World War II, the labour shortage in some sectors appeared to be a consequence of full employment and encouraged planning policies to adjust educational and career guidance to future business needs. Today, while full employment is no longer, the issue of dealing with labour ‘shortages’ in the...
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...
Listening to EDM: Sound Object Analysis and Vital Materialism
In electronic dance music (EDM), melody, harmony, and rhythm are often indistinguishable, hence are inadequate as descriptive categories. The timbres of EDM are equally elusive: describing this music in terms of its sources (synthesizers, computers...) tells us little about the sounds themselves. Ov...
Portraits of primary school pupils by their teachers : the impact of gender
This PhD thesis deals with gender and education, more specifically investigating schools and schoolteachers. This research examines primary schoolteachers’ representations of their female and male pupils. Data have been drawn from the teachers’ portraits of their pupils. With reference to two theore...
Methodology for preparing a manual annotation campaign for referential expressions
The context of this work is the manual annotation of referential expressions appearing in texts written in French, of different periods and of different textual genres. The aim is to build the corpus of the ANR Democrat project, in which reference expressions and reference channels are annotated. We...
Compare two urban spaces in transnational trade (Cairo and Oran), or how to deal with differences between the theory of comparison and practice on the ground
Introduction The comparative approach is now fully part of social sciences, and in particular urban geography, whether in collective work or in more solitary works such as thesis. However, most of the researchers who have implemented this approach always undertake to justify their methodological cho...
Seminar on the Law of Intangible Cultural Heritage (Osmose project, Paris, 9-10 November 2015)
On 9 and 10 November 2015, the final seminar of the Osmose project, a French-Latvian research project dedicated to the development of a methodology for a comparative study on the law of intangible cultural heritage (project of the Latvian Academy of Culture and the Institute of Social Sciences of Po...
Physico-chemical study of varnishes of a corpus of European musical instruments from the 15th to the 18th century - Historical approach and conservation prospects
Various, and often contradictory, hypotheses have been raised for more than a century concerning the composition of ancient varnishes of musical instruments, in particular those made by Antonio Stradivari. Neither these hypotheses, nor the rare experimental results, allow grasping correctly the varn...
Study of the exposure of a population to a wireless communication network via dosimetric tools and statistic
Wireless communication technologies, since their introduction, have evolved very quickly and people have been brought in 30 years into a much closer world. In parallel radiofrequency (RF) electromagnetic fields (EMF) are more and more used. As a consequence, people's attentions around health risks o...
Build up a body of studies from different oral data sources: what methodology and solution should be proposed?
From MD CREDIF to Plurilingualism and multimedia: back on 10 years of research by a language teaching team
speaking on behalf of the researchers of the above team, I sought to show how we built our research, from the moment we made the choice in 1995 to focus on the integration of multimedia into language teaching/learning. When did this team build from the outset? What questions have been asked about th...
Qualitative indexation and risk management in the pharmaceutical industry : application to the transgenic animal
In 2007, Michael Spence, 2001 Nobel-prize-winning economist, when asked “is there a leading solution in risk management”, he answered “there is an opportunity”. Information Retrieval Methodology is becoming an indispensable tool to manage risk and provide support to an efficient decision making. Thi...
Methodological approach (JRS) and developmental approach to the representation of the child’s daily urban space
An investigation of mathematics teachers' documentation expertise and its development in collectives : two contrasting cases in China and France
In a time of fast technology development and frequent curriculum reform, the abundance of instructional resources brings teachers both chances and new complexity. This study aims at exploring mathematics teachers’ expertise required for, and developed in, interacting collectively with resources. Sin...
Human rights and refuge: fundamental right to health from the perspective of Brazil’s single health system
Refugees leave their country of origin under different circumstances and go to other territories in search of safety, protection, health and even survival. The health of refugees may be weakened due to the trauma faced in the country of origin, as well as the whole process of refuge and arrival in t...
Towards a territorialisation of the value of businesses: the contribution of the functional economy
National audience The concerns of recent years regarding the introduction of solutions based either on institutional mechanisms or on market arrangements to update causes and anticipate and reduce the consequences of the recent accelerated environmental and climate deterioration (IPCC) have led econ...