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Charles-Augustin Sainte-Beuve — Eighth public readings, what they are and what they could be
On the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the ministry we celebrate this year in 2019, the Committee of History launched the publication of major texts that have been involved in the construction of public policies in the field of culture and testify to the long history of “cultural regivers”. This...
Aspects of the urban environment in Brazil
All authors who have collaborated in this thematic file are interested in environmental, social and political issues surrounding urban development in Brazil. The main idea that emerges from all articles is that measures taken by public authorities to address environmental concerns in Brazilian citie...
Labour market disparities, poverty and inequality in urban China
RÉSUMÉ : Cet article s’intéresse à la pauvreté et aux inégalités de revenus dans la Chine urbaine à travers l’analyse de données récentes recueillies lors d’enquêtes conduites dans quatre des plus grandes villes chinoises(1). S’appuyant sur des mesures quantitatives telles que des indices de pauvret...
Inter-institutional cooperation: challenges, difficulties, economic impacts, possible actions
Our research focuses on cooperation between institutions in the implementation of their policies in the regions. This issue is of particular importance in a particular economic context of financial crises and excessive state indebtedness, where efforts are made to control the allocation of public fu...
Patients’ rights, LGDJ Lextenso, Col. Systemes, 2018, 204 p
National audience In mirror doctors’ hippocratic duties, patients’ rights have slowly emerged and the care relationship has gradually been captured by law. A fundamental shift was made by the Law of 4 March 2002, known as the ‘Kouchner Law’, which, inter alia, enshrined the rights of the person care...
The manufacturer of co-built public policies: ideology and innovative practices
Establishment of an ETE in secondary education, analysis and modelling of uses: the lorrain case
The digital working environment, which is currently being set up in the lorraine region, provides an overview of the public policies and strategies of the various actors involved in its development. During this study project, we are considering decomposing its development and establishment process w...
The civil servant confronted with the official candidacy (1852-1870) -a contribution to a revaluation of the democratic and liberal caesarism-
The image of the Second Empire was disgraced for a long time in our national culture. Indeed the French defeat at Sedan, Victor Hugo’s diatribes and the Coup combined to firmly corroborate the dark vision of the period. Yet some historical studies have partly restored it by showing the reality of th...
Urban governments and policies in Beirut and Lebanon
Lebanese pre-war town planning was “liberal”, but centralised, like the economy. In fact, there were few plans, old ones and many derogations. The war has multiplied the centres of influence, creating a sort of forced decentralisation, and Beirut broke out into several areas of influence. Post-war,...
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...
The impossible government of migration? Local management of global cash: amphihaline migrators (European eel and Atlantic salmon)
This article looks at the modes of government of two species of highly migratory amphihalin fish: European eel (Anguilla anguilla) and Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar). Based on a long ethnographic survey, this text proposes to analyse the arrangements of the governments of fisheries and stocks in cont...
Neither by chance, nor planned. : Gender, sexuality and childbearing during youth in Russia (1970s-2010s)
This study addresses, from a sociological and sociohistorical point of view, the transitions to adulthood of two generations of Russian women by focusing on their entry into sexuality, into conjugality and into motherhood. Interviews were held in Moscow and in Saint Petersburg with women (N=32) and...
Young people and random cultures: from precarious employment to professional socialisation [Report]
The combination of the decline in the classic model of work and its extension between two ages, young people, created uncertainty at the borders of the labour markets. We are faced with a rather strong paradox: on the one hand, the employee remains the main focal point and full employment the object...
A living oxymore? Belgian and French institutions in the face of flexicurity
International audience Ce chapitre a pour objet l’analyse de l’appropriation progressive de la notion de flexicurité dans les contextes nationaux belge et français. Pour comprendre cette appropriation, une attention particulière sera portée à trois éléments. On étudiera dans un premier temps l’usage...
Discursive analysis as a method of accessing the representations of the Pédibus
“Pédibus... is practical, pleasant, it keeps shape, it doesn’t pollute!” This Pédibus information campaign reflects the setting of public policies for walking on the agenda. Born in Switzerland in 1998 and then in France in the 2000s, the Pédibus was promoted to encourage walking on the way for scho...
L'analyse des données de concours au regard des discriminations à l'entrée dans la Fonction Publique d’État
A large number of open competitive exams for French State civil service take place on the basis of a two-stage recruitment procedure. The first stage, consisting solely of written tests, preserves the anonymity of candidates, unlike the second stage, which consists almost exclusively of oral tests....
Notes of SUD #19: What public policies to support the agro-ecological transition?
this new SUD Note from the SUD Coordination Committee on Agriculture and Food (C2A) highlights the need to align public policies for the promotion and support of peasant agroecology. In this note Coordination SUD proposes a set of recommendations to support the agro-ecological transition. To find ou...
Densification in the Paris low rise suburbs : how and for whose benefit ?
The study concentrates on residential areas which are mainly composed by detached houses to analyse the underlying economic and socio-political mechanisms of the densification dynamics of this areas. The research explores the hypothesis that the densification of residential neighbourhoods dominated...
Informality in the built environment and socio-spatial segregation on the Guianas Platform: the case of Santana in Amapá and Caiena in French Guiana
The understanding of the Amazon is increasingly distancing itself from the common sense and its generality towards a more prominently rapprochement of cities. State intervention and the action of large companies are decisive factors in amazôic urban processes, which are largely responsible for the s...
The colono funkeiro and the gaúcha baladeira : cultural practices of family farming’s young people and the recomposition of rural territories in southern Brasil
This essay intends to point out the conjunction between three thematic areas that the research studies and the actors on the ground would both exclude : young people, rural area, hobbies and cultural practices. Our issue is to understand how both cultural practices of rural youth and the recompositi...
SKILLED MIGRATIONS AND HUMAN CAPITAL: NEW LESSONS FROM AN INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION PANEL DATASET
This thesis develops and uses a new panel dataset with stocks and emigration rates to the 6 main OECD receiving countries, by skill level, from 172 sending countries, from 1975 to 2000. Thanks to this new dataset, we show that skilled migrations have increased during the<br />30 last years but this...
Geographical significance of decentralised industrial settlements in the province
The social and symbolic powers of the working reference (discussion by a panel of a thematic section)
National audience Three tracks are invested in this thematic section: — The first is to grasp the symbolic dimension of the centre of work. To what extent does the labour movement provide grammar for collective action? To what extent does collective action in the 68s involve defining itself in parti...
Evolution of inequalities in access to secondary schooling in Uganda
While access to basic education is at the heart of development, the fact that sustained and meaningful education is critical for emancipation of the individual and entire society is no longer a matter of debate. Indeed, the myriad of advantages associated with sustained and quality mass education pr...
A few objects that hurt
The article is about sociological research on prostitution, which began in the 1970s. The author adopts a reflexive posture in order to take stock of this experience in terms of methodology and clashes. This is a retrospective reflection on the conditions for the researcher’s personal involvement in...