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Interview with the authors of the Return of Households
Clément Carbonnier et Nathalie Morel interrogent le bien fondé de tout ou partie des mesures fiscales qui visent à favoriser la création d'emplois de services à la personne.
An anthropological perspective on infanticide: the concept of a person in New Guinea
Based for the most part on ethnographical literature dealing with New Guinea, the paper argues that any anthropological analysis of infanticide in a given group cannot be pursued without paying attention to the mental representations people have on personhood and to access to health services and con...
Drawing the boundaries of intimate in care; individual experiences and institutional practices
International audience In the context of hospital care the notions of privacy and intimacy may be used with reference to the body, to individual subjectivity or to the home and family of the patient. Health care professionals consider that privacy and intimacy should be protected. But the way in whi...
`titrebLET’S VALIDATE THEN... `/titreb The training world is not exempt from the joint pressure of economics and modern life. Training is essential, it is the price to be paid for better services but it must be done quickly whilst limiting expenditure. Anew approach thus separates training, qualific...
Daniel Blake in Canada: last resort support schemes and the Canadian Charter of Human Rights and Freedoms?
Le 3 août 2016, la Cour suprême de la Nouvelle Écosse, une province maritime du Canada où réside environ un million de personnes, a confirmé la décision du bureau de révision du Département des services communautaires de la Nouvelle Écosse qui suspendait l’aide de dernier recours accordée à M. Spark...
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Inequalities of opportunity in access to emergency relief
Distribution of the “Social emergency fund” to the “unemployed and those living precariously” followed the social unrest of December 1996, and it aimed to remedy the economic situations of the most difficult cases. As with any procedure for sharing a rare asset, problems of justice were raised and i...
The Working Immigrant : the Construction and Social Use of Public Action Categories in France and Italy
This dissertation questions the category of « immigrant » whose meaning cannot be reduced to an incontestable juridical definition. The category is interpreted, redefined, used in different ways and contexts by actors who are responsible for the implementation of public policies and /or contribute t...
To be read as follows: Demographic ageing: what economic promises?
MALOCHET Guillaume. « Le vieillissement démographique : quelles promesses économiques ? ». In Gérontologie et société, n° 145, 2013, pp. 119-127. Le vieillissement démographique est porteur de promesses économiques. Cet article cherche à en donner quelques illustrations originales tirées d’expérienc...
The financial criterion and the qualification of the public contracts
The public persons have the contractual freedom. They can choose freely tou outsource their action by resorting to contracts to mobilize the know-how and de financing which are lacking to them. The contract so constitutes a process of the public action and particularly a mode of gestion of the publi...
Legal approach to the merchandisation of death.
Anthropo-systemic study of home care conditions : in the case of Alzheimer’s disease or related disease
Today, Alzheimer's disease is one of the worst health problem in the world (World health Organisation, 2014). It is a degenerative disease which has consequences, not only on the person, but also on the family surrounding.In France, public authorities have taken in consideration these facts and prio...
Reinvented social intervention against heroin consumption
The article proposes to reconstruct the historical evolution of intervention modes from social workers facing the phenomenon of the uprising of heroin in the early ’ 80s based on a comparative approach between the cities of Liege and Aachen regarding policy and social work. We reconstruct how Field...
Work-Family Balance or Greedy Organizations?
This paper re-examines the concept of work-family balance by analyzing qualitative data from interviews conducted with Australian senior female staff and managers at a major metropolitan bank and a large, regional hospital. Extant research suggests that managers and staff in senior roles, who have g...
The effect of interprofessional training for people-centred collaborative practice on changing the attitudes of students from three different disciplines in the context of care and frontline services
La complexité des problèmes sociaux et de santé implique dorénavant qu'il n'est plus possible pour un seul professionnel de répondre aux besoins multiples des patients tout en tenant compte à la fois de leur bien-être physique, psychologique et social. La pratique de collaboration interprofessionnel...
TAKING UP A SOCIAL WORK IDENTITY: Preparing Undergraduate Students FOR ENTRY-LEVEL Generalist PRACTICE
Undergraduate students who are new to the social work profession enter into a complex socialization experience. New to the profession, they are expected to absorb a variety of knowledge and skills learned in separate courses and then integrate these together into an authentic performance as a social...
Care for the elderly: the place, closing the cohesion of operators and solidarity?
The task currently at the heart of policies concerning the elderly is to manage coherently different types of support for individuals: from family and friends, from volunteers, from social services as well as from commercial services paid for the by users themselves. The territorialisation of polici...
Ageing in migration: State of knowledge on the age of older immigrants in France
Mentoring: understanding and introducing this practice to support professional development
Le mentorat suscite un intérêt grandissant partout au pays. La littérature reconnaît que le jumelage entre une personne d’expérience (le mentor) et une autre moins expérimentée (le mentoré), est un moyen efficace de développement professionnel et d’apprentissage des individus. On fait appel à cette...
Diversity of operators and local governance in early childhood: what are the challenges for regional development, the ways in which stakeholders are organised and quality regulation? Diversity of operators and local governance in early childhood: what are the challenges for regional development, the ways in which stakeholders are organised and quality regulation? Final report
Rapport sous la direction de Francesca Petrella et Nadine Richez-Battesti (LEST UMR 73&7)
Experimental care benefit in Ille-et-Vilaine: lessons from learning.
Elements of a sociology of the Sudanese National Islamic Front
Curieux destin que celui du Soudan devant l'opinion publique française. Il y a un siècle, les ambitions coloniales de Paris devaient affronter une cuisante réalité à Fachoda, qui prit la forme d'une réception anglaise empreinte d'une grande civilité bien que mâtinée d'ironie pour nos soldats tout à...
Intervention in management: a therapeutic dimension of social responsibility
To take account of divisions within popular classes: Political participation of workers and employees
`titrebConsidering divisions within the working classes`/titrebThis paper aims to highlight the heterogeneity of attitudes towards politics among the working classes in France. Thanks to the data of the “Participation électorale” survey (Insee) and of the first four rounds of the European Social Sur...
Access to healthcare services in medical wastelands : the « first-aid line » as a tension absorber ? The case of the french fire departments
International audience This article, introducing the notion of « first-aid line » in the analysis of the « medical wasteland », is carried out through a double exploratory movement. On one hand, it shows how the first-aid line practitioners are forced to act as a tension absorber on a territorial sc...
Precariousness in white collar The precariousness in white collar: A survey on real estate agents