Query : sociology of Algeria
- Leperlier, Tristan6
- Mohamed Amine Saidani4
- Allouche-Benayoun, Joëlle2
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- Blanchard, Emmanuel2
- Chachou, Ibtissem2
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- Irene Leonardelli2
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- Margreet Zwarteveen2
- Meriem Farah Hamamouche2
- Santelli, Emmanuelle2
- Abdeldjalil Larbi Youcef1
- Abdelhafid Hammouche1
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- Addi, Lahouari1
- Agid, Yves1
- Akbar Etebariyan1
- Albergoni, Gianni1
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Cardiac Vagal Control Among Migrants: Associations With Mainstream Acculturation and Perceived Ethnic Discrimination
Objective: This cross-sectional study examines associations between cardiac vagal control and mainstream acculturation by systematically investigating the independent contributions of resting, reactivity, and recovery Respiratory Sinus Arrhythmia (RSA)—physiological factors contributing to adaptive...
Influence of the generational variable on language interactions : linguistic changes and cultural conflicts between generations in Algeria and France
The interactions and living together of generations aim to the sharing of public places and living spaces, on the scale of a family, a city, a social or cultural framework. But this does not prevent that there may be changes in the transmission of values and intergenerational traditions, with the in...
The construction of a legalistic facade in a repressive context: The communist anti-colonial action during the Algerian conflict
This article analyses how part of the communist leadership group is gradually building, during the Algerian war, a legalistic facade designed to avoid repression, integrate the political field and preserve an electorate favourable to French Algeria. It is therefore necessary to emphasise the procedu...
Pierre Bourdieu et l’Algérie : Le savant et la politique
International audience Based on the ethno-sociological studies conducted by Pierre Bourdieu between the late 1950s and the early sixties on war-driven Algeria, this article analyses critically the notion, widely held by both the media and academia, that Pierre Bourdieu's public interventions on the...
‘pbLes ‘bbrecherches sur la Maternité’/bb incorporated feminist criticisms about ‘alienating bbMaternity’/bb in the 1970s and now revisited it in the light of ‘gender’ and social constructions. Having personal and intimate experience, maternity is nevertheless “subject to cultural, social, economic...
Catholic schools in the nineteenth century Kabylia
The instrumentalisation of the Berber myth, combined with colonial experiments, makes mountainous Kabylia an area of acculturation and evangelisation favoured by the Society of African missionaries (the White Fathers), which, five years after its foundation by Mgr Lavigerie, a new Bishop of Algiers,...
Antisemitism in colonial Algeria: a fact of society. the example of the pogrom of 5 August 1934 in Constantine
Jews from North Africa in Pletzl? Unknown presence and forgotten tests (1920-1945)
article in the file on: “Maghreb Jews between East and West” During the interwar, Yiddishland Parisien, established a North African Jewish community, especially Algerian. It was in the south of the Marais, beyond rue de Rivoli, that she gave her preference, succeeding in keeping intact the country’s...
Hirak in Algeria: a reading of the women’s engagement
Our contribution focuses on the presence of women in the Hirak, a mixed movement which seems to be sustainable. Women’s participation in the marches reveals some signs of some questioning. I raise, inter alia, the following questions: how does the sociology of social movements allow this participati...
Immigration and migration projects. The case of a pied-noir in Alicante
A life story obtained through in-depth interviews with a single person has come closer to a migration project that originated with Algeria’s independence and the forced departure of so-called pieds-noirs in a context where Spain was characterised by being a country of migrants. The study of a specif...
Urban vs. Rural Lifestyles in terms of Theories of Cultural Globalization
Introduction Globalization has indubitably caused local, national, and international sections to meet and intertwine in ways that have historically been unimaginable. The discourse of globalization has become widespread around the world with ongoing discussions surrounding its economic, cultural,...
Pierre Bourdieu, l’Algérie et le pessimisme anthropologique
The author held a structuring scientific reading of Bourdieu model on Kabylia region and on the social world in general. He revisited the theoretical corpus and the first empirical work held in Algeria in the second half of the fifties by Pierre Bourdieu. He first reminded that Bourdieu was intere...
Domestication of knowledge about society. Remarks on sociology in Algeria
The impact of language attitudes and representations on teaching. The case of French in Algeria
As regards, in particular, Algerian learners from French, who attend language courses on a continuous basis at public school, in a multilingual environment, this article asks about the relationship between “attitudes, representations, politics” of languages and their “teaching”. With the help of a s...
Interpretive Model of Glass Ceiling Consequences for Women with an Emphasis on Hegemonic Layers of Power Acceptance
With the growth of societies, women nowadays are much more involved in organizations and jobs than ever before and influential and active workforce. Although there has been a lot of progress in the presence of women over the past, the structural and social barriers and pressures to create a glass ce...
Being communist in Algeria in the 1920s and 1930s
When I started, two years ago, research into the Algerian Communist Party, it became clear to me that historiography had, so far, essentially developed a political history of the Communist movement in Algeria and that it could then be interesting to apply to develop a more social history. At that ti...
The Anti-Israel Movement in Québec in the 1970s: At the Ideological Crossroads of the New Left and Liberation-Nationalism
Since the late 1950s, Third World nationalism in Algeria, Vietnam, and the Middle East had fascinated radical Quebec nationalists. Quebec nationalism’s militant arm, the Front de libération du Québec (FLQ), styled itself as a national-liberation movement fighting against Anglo-Canadian exploitation...
Negotiating Streets and Space in Transnational Trade Marketplaces in Oran (Algeria) and Cairo (Egypt): “Place Struggle” in the Commercial City
Built on empirical material from field study conducted between 2011 and 2014 and based on a qualitative methodology, this paper aims at highlighting the struggles for power within the appropriation of commercial streets inside two transnational trade centralities, al-Muski in Cairo (Egypt) and Medin...
Open distance training at the service of combating tuberculosis
‘titrebSummary’/titrebHow to harness the potential of technologies to train general practitioners in Algeria, Tunisia and Morocco in the care of tuberculin patients? This was the question raised by the Maghrébin working group that we accompanied in order to set up an open distance learning system. F...
Neighbourhood relations in a group of social habitats — The city of the 1000 housing units in Biskra — Algeria
The issue of malfunction and malaise in collective housing systems and the assessment of their intensity are still insufficiently explored, particularly in sub-Saharan cities, although this habitat type tends to become an important form of the urban landscape. This research aims to shed light on the...
Algeranisation of French. Have you said ‘sabir’?
French is only strengthening its Algerian character. Introduction Having regard to the state of the art in Algerian sociolinguistic technology, to say today that Algerianisation of French is a vigorous process at work, is a matter of tautology, if not the common place. Indeed, the sociolinguistic dy...
Directory of North Africa (Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia, Libya) 1963
Charnay Jean-Paul. Yearbook of North Africa (Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia, Libya) 1963. In: Archives of Sociology of Religions, No. 20, 1965. p. 154.
Chapter 4. Parents’ education in Algeria
The question of socio-occupational positions also refers to education. The type of employment held by parents, both in Algeria and in France, can be determined by whether they have been in school or not. This may also change the support provided to children during their schooling. The historical con...
the results of the survey, highlighting the role of the ‘genealogical social actor’ (Laurens, 1992), reflect the numerous current sociological work that seeks to reconcile the understanding of social trajectories with biographical analysis. In the present case, this methodological approach made it p...
The spread of English around the world : the Algerian case
The spread of English can be associated with many historical factors, but it also finds its roots in the meeting of the language with global phenomena. Thus, English has become a global language with an unprecedented status. The modern developments in the global linguistic situation raise many quest...