Query : managerial logic of action
- Frédéric Rebmann2
- Aaron Leopold1
- Aleksandr A. Zhuk1
- Alfonso Raposo Moyano1
- Alix, Jean-Sébastien1
- Andréia Ferreira da Silva1
- Anielson Barbosa da Silva1
- Anna A. Maltseva 1
- Anna Davidovna Trakhtenberg1
- Anne Romby1
- Aras, Roberto Eduardo1
- Axelle Brodiez1
- Barbero, María Inés1
- Barrier, Julien1
- Baruch, Marc Olivier1
- Ben Attou, Mohamed1
- Benninghoff, Martin1
- Berny, Nathalie1
- Berthelot, Karl1
- Bertillot, Hugo1
- Political Science12
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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...
Labour and rehabilitation psychology of state body head
The practical significance of the work is the formation of the motivation for effective management by the heads of state bodies. The article contains numerous specific recommendations of managerial labor in state bodies. A significant place in the article is occupied by the recommendations on the pr...
The Sanctuary Movement and Sanctuary Cities in the United States, from Reagan to Trump
Before reappearing in public discourse in the guise of “sanctuary cities”, the term “sanctuary” already had a history that conferred on it another layer of meaning which still resonates today. In the 1980s. In the midst of a revolutionary movements in three countries of Central America, the Reagan a...
Diversity of information sources and decision-making process in times of crisis
This article aims to show, on the basis of feedback from the work carried out in the context of a draft thesis, that the challenges of communicating information in times of crisis due to the diversity of information sources are mostly linked to the challenges of the decision-making process. We belie...
Communication perspective and rationalisation of organisations: the example of Axa Maroc (ICT and CSR)
CSR is a cross-cutting subject of information and communication sciences and a major challenge for organisations. This interdisciplinary research is useful to better understand and define what CSR represents for businesses, in terms of communication and management potential. Its application and adap...
From the myth of the ecocitizen to the optimisation of lifestyles: towards neoliberal subjectivation of pipes? Study of professional representations on ecology and ecodistricts
This article refers to the social representations of ecology brought about by the professional practices of project managers and ecodistricts. The scope of urban action is structured around a top-down logic of the factory of the sustainable city in France. The complexity resulting from regulatory pr...
The health of the social sector: professionals and education for health in prisons
The reform of 18 January 1994 delegating the management of prison care to the hospital sector, which was previously part of the Prison Administration, marks the inclusion of a public health logic in prisons. In addition to the provision of primary care, the legislator establishes a preventive task f...
Repairing slavery in Colombia? Mobilising the right in a multicultural context
In Latin America, the abolition of slavery and access to citizenship go hand in hand. Those who leave slaves are aware of an ambiguous process of integration between formal equality and the retention of sociorracial hierarchies. The multicultural turn of 1980-1990 emphasised the need to recognise di...
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ADOPTION: THE EMERGENCE OF NEW COMPETENCIES AND ACTORS
When speaking about e-government, public officials proceed from the idea of drastic rupture with the conventional forms of government administration, using so called “rupture talk”. “Rupture” means that adoption of information technologies must entail fundamental changes in the relations between the...
VISION OF THE FUTURE OF SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL CLUBS ON THE UNIVERSITY PLATFORM: THE RESULTS OF FORESIGHT SESSION
Introduction: the paper presents the results of the study in the form of foresight session by correspondence. The purpose was to develop a road map to enhance the functioning of practice-oriented scientific and technical clubs for creative development of students and pupils (POSTC) in the universiti...
Action logic of teachers in administration: an analysis based on the sociology of science
The aim of this article is to initiate a process of clarifying, on a scientific basis and from a socio-professional perspective, the principles of action and strategies used by teachers in schools of administration in Brazil. With a theoretical and epistemological approach based on Bourdieu field de...
The Impact of Land Property Rights Interventions on Investment and Agricultural Productivity in Developing Countries: a Systematic Review
This Campbell systematic review examines the effect of interventions to strengthen land property rights on outcomes such as investment, agricultural productivity and farmer incomes in rural areas in low and middle‐income countries. The review summarises evidence from 20 quantitative studies (quasi‐e...
Subject of a study of teaching in the Business Administration Learning Unit of the State University of Quevedo, Ecuador
The article presents partial research results aimed at stimulating contextualised learning in the Business Administration Learning Unit issued at the Faculty of Business Sciences of the State Technical University of Quevedo in Ecuador. The aim is to assess the subject of study of didactic in the sub...
The network of external committees (1910-2000): the rise and decline of an institutional expression of the Greek neocorporativism
Extraordinary commissions are administrative bodies which carry out advisory or executive tasks for the government, but which consist essentially of persons outside the federal administration. In this respect, committees are in tension between a competence assessment logic and a representation logic...
The network of extra-parliamentary committees (1910-2000): development and decline of institutional expression of Swiss neocorporatism
Extra-parliamentary committees are administrative bodies entrusted with advisory or executive tasks on behalf of the government, but mainly composed of persons outside the federal administration. As such, these committees are crossed by a tension between a logic of expertise and a logic of represent...
Création d’une aire protégée et logiques d’action de l’état et du milieu : analyse d’une irréconciabilité constructive à l’œuvre
This paper analyzes the socio-cultural dynamic between multiple stakeholders with divergent interests concerning the formalization of the status of a natural area into a protected area. The empirical case under analysis is the creation of the Saguenay Marine Park located at the confluence of the St-...
The school as a cultural warehouse: culture and symbolic in the democratic development of the school
Subject to a multitude of external conditionalities of different degrees and nature, the public school has never, as in today, been confronted with so many cultural, social, political and ideological diversities, which both challenge it to embrace reconfiguration and change logic and place it in con...
Possibility and Nature of The Intercession According to Sa´d al-dîn al-Taftâzânî
The belief of intercession is closely related with the idea of eternal bliss and salvation in all religions. In these religions, which teach that true and eternal happiness will be in the hereafter, intercession is rather associated with hereafter. This belief, which exists with its distinctive appe...
THE STEERING OF EUROPEAN POLICIES: PARADOXICAL MANAGEMENT OF EUROPEAN POLICIES: MANAGEMENT UNDER PARADOXICAL INSTRUCTIONS: Or POURQUOYMENT EUROPE OF PLUS IN schizophrene
Cultural diversity and multilingualism are highly ambivalent assets of the European Union. Like an orderly mosaic of millennial cultures conveyed by official representations, they overlap with chaotic cohabitation and the relationship of inavoused forces. The Commission’s administration does not esc...
What happens after the revolution? consequences of an institutional change in a Faculty of the University of Buenos Aires
Fil: Fuks, Carlos Daniel. University of San Andrés. School of Administration and Business; Argentina. Based on a qualitative methodology based on well-founded theory, this work analyses the consequences of an institutional change triggered by a critical event in the middle of the political struggles...
What is the professional project for? The impact of a career guidance tool on human resources management or: foresight, versus individual
‘titrebSummary’/titrebTo try to preserve employment while combining flexibility and security for employees and businesses, the January 2005 Social Cohesion Programming Law introduces an obligation of anticipation at collective and individual level. At individual level, the practical support for expl...
The dualisation of French social and medico-social sector managers: A managerial revolution in social work
With the effects of the New Public Management applied to French social action, social and medical and social organisations have been led to develop new forms of management to cope with the shrinking budget and the imposition of new management mechanisms. A dualisation of managers is emerging, betwee...
Religious actors in social policies in Argentina in the 21st century: the historical changes of a ‘subsidiary’ logic
The article analyses the involvement of actors and organisations with a religious background in social policies in Argentina in the 21st century. In order to understand the configuration of certain logics that enable such a role in contemporary processes, we start from a short historisation that mak...
Dealing with contradictions in the law “from the bottom”: Competing police logic in monitoring street prostitution in Paris
Based on prostitution policies, the article analyses how a change in public action (the law on internal security) is interpreted by the profession responsible for its operationalisation (the police). When the introduction of a new legal instrument (law in the book) exacerbates the contradictions of...
From the “prostitution scandal” to the “attack on morality”
In 1791 prostitution is de facto depenalisee, not yet mentioned either in the Police Code or in the Penal Code. However, when we adopt a reflexion to police work, it appears that prostitution phenomene is the subject of a reflexion and a sustained administrative definition from the Executive Board (...