Query : participation
- CBS News,38
- The New York Times,26
- scientifique, Chargé de diffusion24
- United States. Bureau of the Census,16
- Ewa Malchrowicz-Mośko15
- Bratton, Michael14
- Gyimah-Boadi, E.14
- Joanna Poczta14
- Márcia Regina Canhoto de Lima14
- Pawella, Jeanne14
- ABC News,13
- Mattes, Robert13
- The Washington Post,13
- Vitale, Tommaso11
- Carvalho, Ana10
- José Milton de Lima10
- Adria Velia González Beltrones9
- Elías Ramírez Aísa9
- Fourniau, Jean-Michel9
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences3865
- Political Science3752
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology2276
- Gender Studies2258
- Architecture and Space Management1928
- Cultural Heritage and Museology1364
- Methods and Statistics1232
- Art and Art History1065
- Communication Sciences986
- Economies and Finances781
- Environmental studies597
- Musicology and Performing Arts469
- Biological Anthropology440
- Archaeology and Prehistory327
- Classical Studies151
Organisation of urology semmiology education for second-year students at the Antilles Medical Faculty
This memory presents the organisation of an urology course for second-year medical students at the Antilles’ Faculty of Medicine. The aim is to create a course adapted to the clinical reality, with the active participation of students. Method: We have decided to teach “pathologically oriented” semmi...
State of play of the European issue
Since the beginning of the decade, the draft Constitution for Europe has become the main concern of European bodies and leaders. In the United Kingdom, it has gradually superseded the issue of euro adoption. As a result, the ruling Labour Government sailed through the meanders of this project until...
The application of marketing tools within tourism associations
Within a context that has become competitive, tourism associations are currently faced with problems of efficiency and profitability that are necessary for their survival, but may call into question their legitimacy in a non-profit sector. Marketing tools are thus put in place to present the public...
Web 2.0 and museums: the new faces of the visitor
The increasing integration of Web 2.0-based techniques by museums illustrates the profound changes that have taken place in the construction of their relations with the public. The use of these mechanisms, based on a logic of participation, means that visitors, who have traditionally been kept remot...
Building teaching professionality through an interdisciplinary college system
The purpose of this article is to describe as closely as possible the professionality created by the adaptation of two teachers to a non-traditional teaching project brought about by institutional orders. The didactic perspective assumes that beyond the particularities of the teaching environments,...
James E. Defebaugh
From text: "A man of push and enterprise, of promise and of extraordinary great success, a man who worked as very few men have ever labored for themselves, for others or for any cause, a man of action, always aggressive, who stood for big things in every relation, a broadminded man and of the highes...
Street scene in the ghetto
Scene is not identified but is likely of the Maxwell Street market, on the Near West Side.
Age 20 years later. The opinion of the libraries and archives of the CSIC
Endatera, the CSIC’s Network of Libraries and Archives e-newsletter, is 20 years old. A survey on the use, format, content and participation in the magazine has been launched to obtain the opinion of the professionals receiving the publication.
Reduction of working time: a debate of another time?
round table organised in the context of the Spring of the Economy On Thursday 21 March 2019 in Paris with the participation of Anne Eydoux (LISE CEet, C-) The Economics of Turgot give the floor to the atterred economists [a session devised by Anne Eydoux]. After the Aubry laws of 1998 and 2000, the...
25. Diversifying Discourses of Progression to UK Higher Education Through Narrative Approaches
Laura Mazzoli Smith considers widening participation in higher education in the light of Williams’ notion of resources of hope. Taking an autoethnographic approach, Laura demonstrates how her reading of Iris Murdoch as a young person facilitated her own entry into higher education. Through understan...
Call for communications, “Participatory imperative in court? cross-check on criticism of participation”, EHESS
This day of studies will take place on 23 March 2012 at the EHESS (Paris). It is organised by the GIS “Public Participation, Decision-Making, Participatory Democracy”, the Centre for the Studies of Social Movements, the Pact and the Sophiapol. The deadline for submitting proposals is 15 September 20...
Social activation of unemployed people?
The novel labour market instrument ‘Social activation’ brings together measures whose effects are intended to go beyond the dominant objectives of direct and timely integration into the labour market. On the basis of cases such as kung-R & A courses or theatre groups, Carolin is reconstructing f...
Local dynamics and territorial construction : socio-anthropological approach of the local development process in the rural municipality of Fandene (Thiès – Senegal)
How to give an account of the dialectical relationship between the density of social interactions and the building of development in a local system of action which the territory can constitute? This is the key question which our thesis tries to answer. The issues of local development are posed with...
ETHIOPIA: debate on the release of a book
Thursday 17 March, 17: 30-19: 30 The CéSor invites you to a debate organised in collaboration with ARESI on the collective work Understanding Contemporary Ethiopia Monarchy, Revolution and the Legacy of Meles Zenawi, London: Hurst, 2015 led by Eloi Ficquet and Gérard Prunier. The debate will be held...
Atelier de lecture: "The Aesthetics of Silence"
Thursday 29 March 2012 10:00 German Forum for Art History, Hôtel Lully Event for Fellows of the German Forum for Art History under the annual theme ‘Silence. Schweigen’, chaired by Stephanie Marchal and Séverine Gossart For discussion, the essay of Susan Sontag’The aesthetics of Silence (1969), in:...
Leisure, leisure and volunteering for older people
Many changes are happening globally. Leisure, as a social and cultural element, does not remain unconnected with such developments and, in turn, contributes from a personal, social and economic point of view to the shaping of certain habits, lifestyles, different ways of understanding rest and recre...
Violence and women in Granada in the first half of the 18th century
Urban Chronic of the 17th century are plagued by dramatic events reflecting structural violence. For the city of Granada, the Anales de Henríquez de Jorquera show many cases of violence. Their list of cases is not exhaustive. The author prefers to select those with striking characteristics. However,...
La participation : en droit, une première percée
IV. 3. Participation and Public Relations in Biosphere Reserves. EUROMAB AUSTRIA 2005 Meeting of the Euromab Biosphere Reserve Coordinators and Managers
Chapter 4. Intellectuals and military
“Men of letters are the builders of Arab nationalism!” Taha Hussein, Majallat al-adab, January 1958. Many Egyptian intellectuals — many intellectuals from the Arab world and elsewhere — consider that active participation in the political life of their country is inherent in their status. However dea...
Aesthetic Engagement in the City
International audience This article aims at showing how environmental aesthetics relates to the common environment, the ordinary environment that we discuss, share, and live in. Aesthetics has primarily been understood in relation to art and art history, but it has now been emancipated from this fra...
The 1984 GM Agreement in Canada: Significance and Consequences
The 1984 negotiations and strike at General Motors in Canada are a turning point in the relations between US and Canadian unions. The different elements of the crisis are explained by the author who also raises possible consequences on the future of the Canadian labour movement.
Urban projects of Tokyo and urban projects of Paris : comparative study of urbanism in France and Japan
Paris and Tokyo are; two world capitals which attract tourists, students, artists and foreign investors. To face their competitors, these two big cities are starting several urban planning projects. In Paris, as in Tokyo, construction takes place in several districts. However, the procedures for est...
Muslims and political participation
Registration is now open for the Muslims and Political Participation in Britain Colloquium, 20-21 April 2012, Edinburgh.
Home of America — What was the sandinism?
conversation ‘What was of sandinism?’. On 19 July 1979, the Sandinista Revolution triumph overthrow Somoza. It was the latest armed revolution in Latin America’s most recent history and received with great enthusiasm inside and outside Nicaragua’s borders. In this digital debate, we looked at how it...