Query : neutralité
- Revel, Danièle5
- Vanbellingen, Léopold5
- Christians, Louis-Léon3
- Barnaud, Cécile2
- Beaudouin, Anouche2
- Bertrand Lavoie2
- Brugger, Ernst A.2
- Charbonnier, Pierre2
- Demazière, Didier2
- HOCHMANN, Thomas2
- Koussens, David2
- Nédélec, Lucas2
- Pfefferkorn, Roland2
- Policar, Alain2
- Ringelheim, Julie2
- Seizelet, Éric2
- VALADE, Aude2
- Abdela, Sophie1
- Abella, Adela1
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences63
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology58
- Political Science58
- Gender Studies31
- Methods and Statistics31
- Art and Art History22
- Communication Sciences21
- Economies and Finances18
- Architecture and Space Management16
- Cultural Heritage and Museology16
- Environmental studies14
- Biological Anthropology9
- Classical Studies5
- Musicology and Performing Arts5
- Archaeology and Prehistory1
Call for contributions: review Interrogations ‘L’engagement’, deadline of 30 April 2009
to hear the commitment of intellectuals, particularly when their intellectual activity is scientifically asserted and where it relates to the field of social practices, or even to the very scope of their partisan intervention, leads to the inevitable question of the requirement of neutrality, which...
22 mai 1916
22 mai 1916 Mon cher Pierre, Rien de bien intéressant depuis hier, je n'ai vu aujourd'hui que très peu de monde. La chaleur doit apporter un peu de langueur et de flegme partout. Néanmoins, j'ai su par quelqu'un de la présidence que le cabinet Bratiano avait été extrêmement menacé ces jours-ci et qu...
What future for Net Neutrality in the United States?
published in ARCEP Report on the State of the Internet in France
In the Name of National Solidarity : importing “Personalized” Care into the Public Hospital. A Study of Palliative Care Professionals
The opening of the first palliative care units (PCUs) within hospitals in the summer of 1987 was met with resistance. Because this health care model emerged from within North America and Britain and the private sector, PCUs were first established in clinics and private hospices before opening in gen...
Baby Loup case: continuation and end? Baby Loup case: continuation and end?: Court of Cassation, Plenary Assembly, 25 June 2014, Appeal number 13-28.369
Turkish political parties, Islamism and secularism
The secularism is a trap. It can be real or supposed, legal or political, official or civil. Furthermore, the very nature of each religion, with the dynamics of each country, means that secularism becomes a relative term and practice, requiring a reassessment of the context in which it occurs. Follo...
A Switzerland not so peaceful: violence as a means of political demand (1950-2000)
The aim of this research is to question the place, value and apprehension of violence as a means of political demand in a country such as Switzerland which has built up a myth of non-violence. Its system of direct democracy, economic ease, political stability and neutrality are supposed to avoid bot...
Impossible axiological neutrality: ‘ibWertfreiheit’/ib and social science engagement
Private international standardisation The private international standardisation: Legal aspects
pervasive but often out of our perception, standardisation aims at producing reference standards for goods, products, services and processes. Seemingly relating to technical matters and embracing a desire for political neutrality, however, standardisation covers increasingly broad areas of human act...
Neutrality is always suspicious?
in the world of work, the choice of clothes serves to represent his employment status. This strategic challenge has become the subject of an association of women US executives, aware of fashion trends and market expectations. They offer clothing and job coaching services to women from disadvantaged...
Research maintenance and the conditions under which it is carried out. Variety of the subjects surveyed and the objects of the survey
The research interview is considered here as closely as possible to the sociological investigation into acts and to the interaction that constitutes it. In this context, recourse to abstract and normative categories which are supposed to provide guides to sociological practice (empathy neutrality, t...
The Council of State and the ban on wearing the veil by teachers: paradoxical neutrality
The article analyses judgment No 210.000 of 21 December 2010 of the Belgian Council of State, which deals with the question of the lawfulness of the prohibition on the wearing of a religious sign by a teacher of a subsidised official school. This decision is first set in the socio-historical context...
Pierre Bourdieu et l’Algérie : Le savant et la politique
International audience Based on the ethno-sociological studies conducted by Pierre Bourdieu between the late 1950s and the early sixties on war-driven Algeria, this article analyses critically the notion, widely held by both the media and academia, that Pierre Bourdieu's public interventions on the...
Public Jury Trials and the Challenges of the Court of Law: Between Nonprofessional Legitimacy and Questioning Judges’ Power
International audience After their random selection from electoral rolls, criminal court trial jurors must quickly assimilate to the world of the court and learn a role for which they have little preparation. This integration is not self-evident as lay jurors, without any legal training for the most...
Speak, I listen to you: The time of consultation and psychotherapy for an adolescent
‘titrebSummary’/titreb The time of consultation for an adolescent is always difficult to determine; as much as when psychotherapy starts. The adolescent received with CMPP does not expect to be received by a psychanalyst. Faced with his unease, which he has barely put in words, the analyst will have...
The extension of the ‘psy’ field and its divisions
‘titrebSummary’/titrebThe distribution between psysonists and psychotherapists was easy to achieve during Freud’s time: the benevolent neutrality of one opposed the persuasive directive of the other. In the 1970s, however, concepts such as charitable neutrality or the need for personal experience ca...
Neutrality and the social contract
Given the fact of moral disagreement, theories of state neutrality which rely on moral premises will have limited application, in that they will fail to motivate anyone who rejects the moral premises on which they are based. By contrast, contractarian theories can be consistent with moral scepticism...
Secularism and non-discrimination principle
Separate introduction, the principles of secularism and non-discrimination are closely intertwined, both because the texts setting out the principle of secularism generally refer at the same time to non-discrimination, and because secularism is justified in substance by the idea of non-discriminatio...
Teaching philosophy within an institutional framework determined by a normative system
The teaching of philosophy in Belgium has undergone significant changes in recent years. It seeks to achieve neutrality. This change offers a rare opportunity to address the almost always conflicting relationship between philosophy, as a perpetual challenge, emanator and institutions, as a conservat...
For fiscal neutrality
Living together, between neutrality and bias
Under the fire of propaganda: Switzerland in the face of the First World War From propaganda: Switzerland in the face of the First World War: Exhibition book (Swiss National Library, Communications Museum, 21 August — 9 November 2014)
When the First World War began in 1914, Switzerland, which was spared from a military point of view, was facing severe internal tensions. The army was mobilised, borders occupied and the Federal Council declared the country’s neutrality. But Switzerland sympathisemajously with the Central Empire, i....
The silence of psychologists. Why is there no Israeli psychology “post-ionist”?
“titrebSummary”/titreb. unlike some Israeli historians or sociologists who have developed a critical post-ionist approach, there are only some signs of a similar critical trend among Israeli psychologists. This is particularly worrying in light of the recent transition from war to the peace process....
« Open the black box » : Religion at work regulatory postures and organizationnal justice : an emboided multiple-case study
Purpose – Religion at work is still an arising topic in French management research. This deals with perceptions of fairness in the regulatory postures operated by four French organizations.Design/Methodology – For this purpose, we drive a qualitative research by semi-structured interviews, observati...
Support and challenge: for a comparative study of TV interviews on Al-Jazira and Israeli TV
This article aims to explore the challenge value of meta-pragmatic remarks in TV interviews that compare two interviewees, and compare their functions in the speeches of two intervieweers: Faysal al-Qasem on Al-Jazira and Ben Caspit on Israeli television. We assume that if the interviewer does not s...