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West African Migrations to Italy: An Anthropological Analysis of Ghanaian and Senegalese Politics of Mobility in Emilia Romagna
In this article we combine a mobility perspective with a biographical approach to explore the Italian experience of Ghanaian and Senegalese migration emphasising expectations, obstacles and practices in contexts of uncertainty and precariousness. First, we provide readers with an historical backgrou...
Everyday sociability, social networks and ICTs
The impressive growth of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in the last decade constitutes a challenge both for social studies on sociability and on ICT usage. It demands to put methodologies and sociological analysis that have mainly been developed for the study of face-to-face intera...
Camera sciences The camera sciences: Practical activities and history of public devices
In the eyes of some contemporary authors, camera sciences appear to be a ‘success story’ of state-building. They then embody the first attempt in Europe, at the end of modern times, to systematise the study of public management and to establish a practical administration science, of which Germany wo...
Influence of sex differences in timeliness and demographic norms on work-related accretes
au bout du compte, l'offre d'emploi faite aux femmes et les débuts de trajectoires professionnelle auxquelles elles ont accès jouent plus sur leurs carrières que les facteurs familiaux. Si les femmes peu diplômées restent aujourd'hui particulièrement exposées au non emploi (sans comparaison avec ce...
From good to majordome. Control of bodies and gender relations in elite domesticity
, which is different from other contemporary forms of domesticity, elitarian domesticity, serving particularly wealthy families, is a privileged place to study the effects of gender diversity in the context of social confrontation in permanent domestic work. It requires employees to be acculturated...
Rape: TV series can have an impact on social behaviours and norms
A recent study, conducted by Washington University and published in the Journal of Public Health, questions the impact of some TV series — the franchises Law -Order, CSI and NCIS — on the behavioural representations and intentions of first-year university students on the notions of rape, sexual cons...
The Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood Diplomacy: socialisation, politicisation and nationalisation
This thesis shows that the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood has not only produced a vision of conducting international and transnational relations, but has also been able to engage in diplomacy to implement it. The model of differentiated relations developed by the Frères in terms of solidarity and chall...
The ‘ipso facto’ canonic sanctions
On Tuesday 14 February 2012 from 18 a.m. to 21 p.m. at the School of Advanced Studies in Social Sciences, 105 bd Raspail, 75006 Paris, Room 7, Julien Théry, member of the Centre d’Etudes Mediévales de Montpellier, will speak at the seminar on “Legal casuistic studies” organised by the Yan-Thomas Cen...
The dual reality of the sports world
National audience The unprecedented engagement for sport is increasingly being invested, both financially and politically and symbolic. A major media celebration of globalisation, the latest football World Cup in South Africa once again revealed the dual reality of sport: on the one hand, the actual...
Question the possibility of (agro) territorial ecological transition? The case of the Drôme Biovalley valley
National audience. This communication is based on the results of a research and action project, which involved the co-construction and interpretation of a chronosystemic frise on the development of organic farming and agroecology over the last fifty years in the Drôme Valley (Project PSDR4 sagacity)...
Relevance of fair value accounting for African banks: an empirical study
The accounting model based on the fair value measurement method, based on the measurement of assets and liabilities at market value, assumes the existence of efficient financial markets. In developing countries, in particular African countries, the question of the relevance of their use can be raise...
‘The gang Straights impose their anomalies’: three feminist stories to undermine the norm (Rochefort, Wittig, Yvon)
This article provides an analysis of the literary anomaly as reflected in three feminist texts published at the beginning of the 1970s in France and Quebec (Archaos or Christiane Rochefort’s sparing garden, 1972; The Monique Wittig lesbian Corps, 1973; Josée Yvon’s bands, 1976). The anomaly is both...
Adolescents, teenagers in the face of criminal justice
This article provides a framework for understanding and substantiates assumptions as to the gender differential treatment of adolescents in criminal justice. After a presentation of the public statistics on juvenile delinquency and its institutional responses, analysed in the light of the gender per...
Ruse Eloge in public spaces
Public spaces respond to a need for urbanity and pose major social and cultural challenges. Technical, social and cultural spaces integrated in urban planning reflect our hypermodern metropoles and the “paradoxical” tensions that cross them. Alongside their lawful use and attempts by ubanism profess...
"Faire fada" à Niamey (Niger) : un espace de transgression silencieuse ?
International audience Les espaces de l'entre-deux peuvent s'envisager comme des espaces qui ne se donnent pas facilement à voir, des espaces de et à la marge. Ils mettent en cause les normes sociales et spatiales en usage dans un lieu donné. A Niamey, les fada, groupes de jeunes hommes qui se réuni...
The power of words in the Middle Ages
The idea of the power or effectiveness of words emerges from the reading of very different sources in the Middle Ages, be it doctrinal texts or practical works. This book is intended to be the broadest possible confrontation on this topic from an intellectual and anthropological perspective. Indeed,...
Minimizing air conflicts by speed modulations
As global air traffic volume is continuously increasing, it has become a priority to improve air traffic control in order to deal with future air traffic demand. One of the current challenges regarding air traffic management is the airspace capacity problem, which is acknowledged to be correlated to...
Farmers and learners at work : vocational transmission in organic farms : a social configuration and interaction situations-based approach
There is a need to renew agricultural populations in France. In response a set of public programs have been created to encourage and help young candidates to become farmers by providing them resources and guidance. Indeed, a low proportion of farms is actually transmitted and newly established farme...
Translating the blurring? The translation of legal standards between terminology and discursive semantic
[Problematics and objectives] This Communication, which is part of the “international norms” axis of the day of study, has traditionally its starting point in the intrinsic links between law and language. Instantiated at terminological level, they lead to legal terminology being presented as soluble...
The perception of labour and health links. The role of gender and occupational norms
Available online (mobile barrier): www.cairn.info/revue-francaise-de-sociologie-2010-2-page-247.htm. The perception of relationships between work and health is approached from two types of sources, quantitative — the Sumer survey — and qualitative — a survey localised among hospital care workers and...
Elements for environmental foresight. The issue of sensitive planning
This article asks about the sensitivity of the development, trying to see how, in addition to the register of experience, it could help to reflect on the standards of its models of action, their blocking points and innovation. By bringing the organisation closer to a clinical activity open to experi...
Plusieurs événements et évolutions intervenus en 2018 justifient cet éditorial en ouverture au numéro 75 de la revue <i>Gallia</i>.</br>En premier lieu, c’est l’occasion de rendre hommage au professeur Christian Goudineau, décédé le 9 mai 2018 dans sa soixante-dix-neuvième année. D’autres se sont ch...
«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 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...
Social work and family relations: combined and non-convergent effects of gender and class