Query : norms and standards
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- Bambridge, Tamatoa2
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- Keyhani, Behrouz2
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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...
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...
Between individual identity and social determination: The case of Guyénot de Châteaubourg (1743-1824)
‘titrebRésumé’/titrebThe unique trajectory of Jean-Jacques Guyénot de Châteaubourg (1743-1824), which corresponds to the transition between the society of the Former Regime and the society that the Revolution will bring, makes it possible to grasp how an interim individual adapts the contemporary so...
‘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...
Law and technology: to reconcile the irreconcilable situation? Epistemological reflections for a right to technological freedoms
The myth of cyberspace as a zone of lawlessness has lived! Since the 1978 Law on Informatics and Freedoms, the interaction between law and new technologies has given rise to a genuine network of standards that are constantly changing and cross all traditional legal categories. The balance is mixed,...
Family standards and pathological model in The Poor Parents, of Honoré de Balzac
Family standards and pathological model in Les Parents Poor: some illuminating scenarios. ‘Dear, not all laws are written in a book, motors also create laws...; he is neither a professor, nor a treaty, nor a school for this right that governs your actions, your speeches, your outside life, how to pr...
“We are not there to show”: The third half-time at the female rugby, between provocations and men’s eyes
Classes among male sports, rugby appears to be capable of rigidly structuring gender social relationships, containing men and women in clearly distinct roles, on the sports scene, but also at the post-match festivities we analyse here. Based on interviews and situational observations, our survey loo...
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...
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...
Human resources standards and corporate social responsibility
the extension of standardisation to human resource management and corporate social responsibility is accelerating at the same time as the proliferation of standards produced and the internationalisation of companies. Two main types of standards exist. Legal norms are essentially based on national an...
A ‘mother’, a ‘murder’: the two media figures of a woman’s violence
15 pages How can the media tell the child violence that transgresses a powerful taboo and genre norms that are well present in collective representations? Looking at the coverage of the ‘Courjault affair’ trial by the general news newspapers, this article shows how the media dissect the figure of th...
Mathematical meditation Mathematics: Back to ethical practice in classical science
To what extent have scientists used science to continue a good life in the 17th century? How can scientific revolution and ethical questions be articulated? These are the questions put forward by the historian Matthew Jones in his book The good life in the scientific revolution. His project is first...
Three Essays in Development Economics
My thesis explores three questions in the field of development economics. The first article, “Women At Work: Evidence From A Randomized Experiment In Djibouti” studies the determinants of the labor supply of women. Abstract: What keeps women in some developing countries from participating in the lab...
The role of the Community social dialogue in French labour law
Social dialogue in Community law is growing. Social dialogue makes it possible to designate all forms of intervention by the social partners and, by extension, all acts issued by them. The Community social dialogue plays an important role in the development of Community labour law. Since Community l...
Sexualised political socialisation: learning about political practices and gender norms among young activists· e· s
This article explores the differentiated inclusion of women and men in the process of political socialisation in groups of young activists, in order to inform the exclusion of women from leadership positions and eligible positions in political parties. The research presented shows, on the one hand,...
Too human standards of trade and incalculable productive forces
assuming a model where human rationality would also necessarily apply to nature laws, the neoclassical economy presented itself as rigorous science. The ricardian question about the causes of wealth (what is necessary for life) then replaces its formulation as the most useful in a system of absolute...
The production of knowledge on pesticides in European legislation
This article presents a critical approach to the rules for producing knowledge on the harmfulness of plant protection products in European law. Within the theoretical framework borrowed from sociology, agnotology, it shows that the lack of awareness of the origin of European standards and their lega...
The regulation by ISO standards
— from electrical equipment to accounting balance sheets to information and communication technologies — few economic sectors are not subject to so-called technical standards. Technical standards, of which ISO standards are certainly the best known (in particular ISO 9000 and 14000), are production...
It's a man's world: culture of abuse, #MeToo and worker flows
Sexual harassment and sexists behaviors are pervasive issues in the workplace. Around 12% of women in France have been subjected to toxic behaviors at work in the last year, including sexist comments, moral, sexual or physical harassment, or violence. Such toxic behaviors can not only deter women fr...
Risk culture, its social markers and paradoxes: Empirical exploration
‘titrebSummary’/titrebThe concept of ‘risk culture’ developed by Giddens brings sociological and economic perspectives closer together, as it assumes that the ideal type of homo oeconomicus has become the new standard with which everyone is required to comply. However, a new standard usually encount...
English as an Empowering Lingua Franca in the French Workplace: A Case Study of Language Competence in Job Performance
English has become an established lingua franca among French professionals who work at national and international levels. The language clearly empowers those who use it: it provides access to highly valued, international business situations, as well as to a growing number of jobs where English has b...
The orientation at the end of 3th in four public and private colleges: a contextual analysis
The weight of social background is decisive in building inequalities in educational attainment and achievement, but the type of school plays a significant role, especially for medium or “fair” schoolchildren. On the basis of a survey carried out in four colleges (two public and two private) in rural...
The contemporary limits to the freedom of bank credits distribution
The latest financial crisis and successive sovereign debt crises have highlighted the major challenge of framing the market for the distribution of bank credit. The main question was whether or not it would be appropriate to give up on a bit of freedom for more security in the credit distribution pr...
Energy management in the industrial sector and sustainable decision-making model
The aim of this study is to develop a decision-making model for the Brazilian electricity sector, based on sectoral energy sustainability indicators in the industrial segment. In public electricity management, the indicators favour decision making in order to consolidate the important role of electr...
The limits of norms and standards in the government of agri-environmental practices: Reflecting on the implementation of the common agricultural policy in France and Spain