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The New Faces of the European Far-Right
Two hitherto marginal but rising forces proved pivotal in the 2009 European elections: a burgeoning Green movement and a renascent far-right. But since the election, the actions of the Greens have remained virtually invisible, while the far-right never ceases to occupy the public stage, shaping soci...
Distance from sexism? The actions of Oez le feminma! and La Barbe in the press
International audience This article, which focuses on the media coverage of Osez le féminisme ! [Dare feminism!] and La Barbe [the Beard] in the French national press (from their creation until June 2014), interrogates the possibility for these movements that are both socially identified as “white”...
Punishment and family obligations
In recent years, the body of penalties related to family law has known huge developments. At first sight, these developments give a taste of disorder: decline of penalties when breach of marriage duties, renewal of penalties against wife-beating, restoration of the removal of family allowances, disc...
Google Maps as a new cognitive model. On the empire that built the map in 1 : 1 scale, its strategies of visualisation and politics
The paper concerns the issue of unconscious – but paradoxically – globally shared cognitive models which are designed by Internet corporations like Google. The author concentrates here on the specific model of geographic (and thus political and cultural) knowledge presented by two map services provi...
Logos, Ethos, Pathos, Sustainabilitos? About the Role of Media Companies in Reaching Sustainable Development
As producers of economic and cultural goods, media companies are subject to a double responsibility: regarding how they operate and how they represent reality in their products. Thus, their social responsibility is primarily the “brain print” they leave on their audience. Communication of, about, an...
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Cultural Repercussions: Extending Our Knowledge about How Values of Trust and Confidence Influence Tax Structures within Europe
Within a unified Europe that is heading towards ever more harmonization,it is interesting to examine why there exists such diversity in tax regimesamong its countries. Is it possible that some of the decisions pertaining totaxation are based on latent cultural aspects? This study, set in a purelyEur...
Ukraine's civil society development past and present: a comparative analysis of 19th and 21st century voluntary association in Kiev
The late imperial period saw the development of a significant and substantial, although somewhat small, civil society in Kiev. After 100 years, the fall of communism gave way to increasing growth of the public sphere again. Now, however, critics are calling Ukraine’s recent civil society development...
Policy and Internet studies: evaluations, research areas and the civil sphere
Este artículo tiene por objetivo exponer cómo se ha abordado la relación entre Internet y política a partir de la revisión bibliográfica sobre el tema y establecer puentes entre estos y el estudio de la esfera civil. Se exponen los argumentos que han indicado la necesidad de prestar mayor atención a...
New media and transnational culture in Tunisia: what are the socio-cultural challenges?
International audience New media and transnational culture in Tunisia : what are the socio-cultural issues? From time immemorial means and techniques of communication have been considered remarkably useful tools in the quest for individual and collective emancipation and also as real catalysts for s...
OPENING TO THE PUBLIC: HYBRID FORUM OR REPRODUCTION OF A TECHNICAL DIALOGUE BETWEEN EXPERTS?Opening to the public: Hybrid Forume or Reproduction of a Technical Dialog between Experts? Study of a participation device: the Cigeo Project Safety Options File
International audience Recent works on the governance of nuclear safety in France have highlighted the existence of a "technical dialogue" between experts, which would be a historic French specificity of the governance of nuclear safety, considered more dialogical and more "limited" than in other co...
Deliberative Public Engagement with Science: An Empirical Investigation
This compact open access reference delves beyond popular concepts of educated consumers and an informed public by examining the science behind deliberative engagement. Using data from four longitudinal studies, the authors assess public engagement methods in deliberative discussions of ethical, lega...
The State and the “others”. Forms of regulation in construction and management of immigrant labour in PACA (FR) and Liguria (ITA)
Cette communication propose une réflexion sur l'action publique dans le domaine de l'emploi et de la qualification, au prisme d'une population particulière : les immigrés. En France, le fondement de la politique d'immigration a longtemps été une forme de républicanisme assimilationniste ((De Rudder,...
Are City Logistics Solutions Sustainable? The case of Cityporto
International audience City logistics is a field that studies the best solutions for urban freight distribution with high environmental objectives. However, most actions are started by public authorities without taking into account the impacts of the new organizational schemas in the existing distri...
"Just as Orwell said": The Emergence of a "Dystopian Framing" in French Conservative Media in the 2010s
International audience In recent years, dystopian fiction has experienced a boom in popular culture. Those fictions served as powerful narratives for political activists opposing human rights infringements – e.g. Hunger Games in Thailand or Birma, or The Handmaid’s Tale for feminist movements all ov...
The role of Facebook in enhancing inalienable rights in Palestine
This study examines the ability of the famous social network called "Facebook" in enhancing the inalienable rights "freedom of speech and expression" in Palestine. It will concentrate on the new sphere Facebook is creating "the sphere of freedom". Considering Palestine to be a third world country wh...
Animal experimentation, anthropomorphism and society
Chaque année avec l’édition du Téléthon, les protestations contre l’expérimentation animales prennent inlassablement la même tournure. Elles émanent principalement de la sphère sociétale. Avec le froid et l’humidité persistante, l’ambiance du café est d’autant plus chaleureuse. Les fauteuils molleto...
¨L’engagement des chercheurs (2)e
In this second series of « Exchanges » on the engagement of the researchers, historians and politists continue the reflection, wide with the American field. Criticizing, in many connections, the position of the sociologist Nathalie Heinich, they concentrate their remarks on political and societal di...
Authentication and legitimacy of a societal problem by journalists: gender-based violence in the suburbs in the media coverage of Ni putes or subject to
In addition to enabling collective mobilizations in order to reach social visibility, mainstream media can authenticate the particular social issue formulated by protest groups. In valuing the testimony of non-white female teenagers in their productions, journalists construct the causes of gender-re...
The French identitarian movement : Toward a mixed approach of political margins
June 2020. While in Paris, Place de la République, a demonstration organized by the Comité Adama is taking place, a counter-demonstration begins on the roof of a building overlooking the square. The Generation Identity activists came to demand the end of "anti-white racism". What is the Identitarian...
Alto Adige/South Tyrol: a divided education system in the Alps
`titrebSouth Tyrol : institutional architecture and socio-political trajectories of a divided educational regime in the Alps`/titrebWithin Italy the German-speaking minority inhabiting the northernmost Italian autonomous province of Bolzano/Bozen (South Tyrol) enjoys the highest degree of protection...
Tests on Milton Friedman, (neo) liberalism and CSR
Milton Friedman was one of the most influential and controversial actors in the debates on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and, more generally, in the 20th century public debate. Through an inquiry on the concept of CSR and Friedman's moral theory, our thesis examines his position on CSR. In d...
Public communication in support of a strategy for repositioning the state in public spaces: The case of the fight against AIDS and homosexual issues
This article analyses the communication stakes which marked the relationships between the State and aids fighting field. It puts in the forefront that the associations mobilized in the management of the aids epidemic have brought to the foreground a societal public sphere, which have participated to...
Political ecologies of resource extraction: Agendas pendientes
Research related to extractive industries has grown significantly over the last decade. As the commodities boom appears to be winding down, this essay outlines areas for potential future research. Emphasis is placed on the need for research on: the relationships among extractivism, climate change an...
Organisational context and the use of ethnicity in job placement : A case study of French placement agencies in the domestic labour sector
The recent economic crisis has affected different sectors, and the transformations of work in western cities drive the productive systems to adapt to the demand of flexibility in a more and more competitive market. Thereby ethnic distinctions, which seem to respond to local needs of work organisatio...
L’engagement des chercheurs (2)
In this second series of “Exchanges” on the engagement of the researchers, historians and politicians continue the reflection, wide with the American field. Criticizing, in many connections, the position of the sociologist Nathalie Heinich, they concentrate their remarks on political and societal di...