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The Abougnon contract for pineapple production in Côte d'Ivoire : from the laborer-sharecropper to the entrepreneur-sharecropper
National audience La présente contribution traite du métayage pour la production d'ananas en basse Côte d'Ivoire. Comme dans le contexte plus général de l'Afrique de l'Ouest sub-saharienne, l'émergence et la dynamique des pratiques de métayage apparaissent indissociables de la dynamique des systèmes...
Seeking hegemony : the very political construction of public policy concerning land in Uganda under the National Resistance Movement : Oscillating between change and inertia
Land tenure, defined as the set of relations among humans that determine their interaction with land, lies at the heart of power struggles, especially in agrarian societies. Governing land management through public policy means changing power relations between the state and the local institutions th...
Public Benefit Recognition through the marginal plume:mentions, handwritten ratures and additions to documents exchanged between the Council of State and Ministries, 1901-1914
Recognition of public utility through the Council of State archives : marginal notes, deletions and hand-written addenda in documents exchanged between Councillors of State and Cabinet Ministers, France 1901-1914 The 1901 law on associations confirmed the evolution of the French Republic toward the...
The economic actor and the urban project. The history of the representations on the perspective of entrepreneurs’ action. Le Havre and Marseille
In the long run, various conceptions of actions are deposited like sediments into the urban space, so that it can be considered as a medium of social activities. In cities, economic actors always find holds to elaborate their activities. This research deals with the links between the social represen...
The prospects for research: heritage and architecture, urban planning and landscapes
Round table with Jean-François BELHOSTE, Catherine BERGEAL, Karen BOWIE, Anne HECKER, Evelyne LOHR and François LOYER Led by Karen Bowie, this discussion allowed each participant to respond to new research proposals from the AHICF academic committee in the areas of railway heritage, architecture, ur...
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Between collaboration and confrontation: the ambivalence of relations between public authorities and children from rue Lubumbashi (DRC)
`titrebBetween collaboration and confrontation : the ambivalence of relations between public authorities and street children in Lubumbashi (DRC)`/titreb `alinea/b This article takes field surveys as a basis for building an understanding of the ambivalence found in the relations between public author...
Beyond stereotypes: Political oil culture and the state in Africa
A prolific and non-consensual academic literature makes it difficult to analyse the relationship between oil production, the state and the citizen in Africa. While criticizing the resource curse theory and deconstructing stereotypes on the black gold, this paper thus calls for more field research an...
The social space of World of Warcraft practices
Nous voudrions démontrer dans ce chapitre l’intérêt scientifique que peut avoir une approche par « l’espace social » des mondes des jeux en ligne, en prenant pour cela l’exemple de l’un d’entre eux, World of Warcraft. Il s’agira ici de montrer, à partir d'une enquête mêlant méthodes quantitatives et...
Shrinking networks ? : the emergence of new business and territorial models of infrastructure firms facing diminishing demand
Over the last twenty years, most European cities have had to face a new and unforeseen phenomenon, a reduction in the consumption levels of urban technical networks (and in particular water systems). The reasons for this phenomenon are numerous, from technical improvements of domestic appliances and...
The Coranic School in Senegal: the resonance or reality of a contra-hegemonic alternative to the Western model of education
La diffusion et l’application locale de normes éducatives globales ont entraîné, ces dernières deux décennies, différentes réactions des acteurs locaux qui peuvent être inscrites sur un continuum qui va de l’application active de ces normes à la conformité passive (Imaniriho, 2015a), incluant des fo...
Tourism, politics and space appropriation in transitional Myanmar. The case of Inle Lake region
This thesis deals with the power relations that underpin the development of tourism in Inle Lake region, on the Shan plateau (Myanmar). This peripheral region is mainly populated by the Intha ethnic group, which leads an original amphibious lifestyle, and by hill-based Pa-O people. Since the 1990s,...
Governing through time. Management of radioactive waste in France, organizational changes and the construction of irreversible technical solutions (1950-2014)
In France, the problem of radioactive waste has been subjected to different solutions. In 1979, the storage of radioactive waste was entrusted to a specialized operator, the National Agency for Radioactive Waste Management (Andra). Yet, through the course of its history, the Agency has faced many di...
From the Black Conciousness movement to the New South Africa : a committed poetry
From 1948 to 1992, the apartheid system in South Africa aimed at systematically denying or even destroying the black population's speech. As a parameter of any oppressive system, the denial of speech was violently and ruthlessly enforced through an institutionalised racist system based on the exploi...
Stakeholder positions and post-crisis scenarios: what is the consensus on the collective reduction of working time?
In view of an exit from the current health crisis, this article questions the political project of a collective working time reduction in Belgium. The first part of the article analyses the attitudes of political, trade union and employer actors with respect to this idea. It highlights changes in po...
Security practices in the city
The Junta of Philip II and the government of the Hispanic monarchy
This thesis intends to trace the history of the Junta of Philip II. Still little known by historians the Junta brought change into the way of governing and of understanding politics in Spain at the transition from the XVIth to the XVIIth century. Being inserted between the several stages of consulta...
The issues at stake in the land investigation committees of 1929 and 1946-1947: the government of Nyasset between sovereignty and self-blind colonialist
Ce travail montre les rapports de force qui sous-tendent les commissions d’enquête menées au Nyassaland en 1929 dans le district du North Nyasa et en 1946-7 dans le haut plateau de la Shire. Les rapports de ces deux enquêtes mobilisent le même vocabulaire et le même type d’action publique : le gouve...
A public-private partnership tested by stakeholders:
The transformation of waste collection in the town of Ougadougou has been undertaken as part of a reorganisation of the whole waste disposal industry. Based on the recommendations of the World Bank, a development plan for the management of waste has been put into operation using the model of a publi...
Beirut after the explosion of 4 August in the light of previous reconstructions
Les destructions du 4 août 2020 à Beyrouth et les débats et initiatives de reconstruction des bâtiments et quartiers affectés s’inscrivent dans une histoire de destructions et de reconstructions qui remontent à la guerre civile, aux années d’après-guerre avec la réhabilitation du centre-ville par So...
Education in England in 2004: between centralisation and privatisation, what place for local democracy?
In the Thatcher era, local government in general – and in particular Local Education Authorities – saw their competence, remit and legitimacy dwindle, in both practical and symbolic terms. The Conservatives then set the trend for centralisation and the emergence of major new players – especially par...
Civil aviation and terrorism: development and challenges of a European air transport security policy
This article analyses the European civil aviation security policy developed in the European Union since the September 11th events. In order to better understand the original characteristics of such policies, the author examines the intergovernmental approach that had been since then prevailing, and...
Professional competition and political issues: lawyers and chartered public accountants in Tunisia pre and post-revolutionary
International audience Competition between chartered public accountants and lawyers professions under the Ben Ali's regime shows that in authoritarian contexts, professional mechanisms and politics are closely intertwined. Tunisian government has mediated between different professional interests wit...
Italy for ‘lead years’ and ‘red terrorism’: between alterity, history and memory? Sociological trial on Armed Conflict Resolution and Identity and Memorial Construction
En Italie, la période connue aujourd’hui sous le nom officiel d’« années de plomb », présente une configuration singulière par rapport aux autres vagues de contestations en Europe occidentale de la même époque. L’escalade de la violence politique et les formes diverses que celle-ci a pris en Italie...
“We will never take the maquis”: Entrepreneurs and politics in Tunisia
`titreb“We will not go underground”. Entrepreneur and politics in Tunisia `/titrebFrom the Tunisian case study, this article discusses the idea of a specific and circumstantial “entry in politics” of entrepreneurs, of a “politisation” of entrepreneurs. It defends the idea that entrepreneurs are alwa...
Agenda leaders: Feminist activists and the emergence of child sexual abuse in Europe
The object of this article is to analyse how feminist activists became the standard-bearers in the emergence of the issue of child abuse in Europe during the 1980s. While waging a widespread campaign against the rape of women, they came alive to the prevalence of sexual violence against children and...