Query : sociology of knowledge
- José Milton de Lima10
- Lazega, Emmanuel10
- Márcia Regina Canhoto de Lima9
- Jouzel, Jean-Noël7
- Tony Aparecido Moreira7
- Akrich, Madeleine6
- Danuta Estrufika Cantóia Luiz6
- Steffen Nijhuis6
- Denise Watanabe5
- Paty, Michel5
- Selma Maria Schons5
- Alyssa Arbuckle4
- Benamouzig, Daniel4
- farrugia, francis4
- Michalon, Jérôme4
- Millet, Mathias4
- Reidy Rolim Moura4
- Schmid, Anne-Françoise4
- Andretta, Elisa3
- Arnaud Saint-Martin3
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences1280
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology526
- Gender Studies326
- Architecture and Space Management245
- Political Science235
- Cultural Heritage and Museology219
- Communication Sciences175
- Methods and Statistics173
- Art and Art History156
- Economies and Finances126
- Musicology and Performing Arts73
- Biological Anthropology56
- Environmental studies51
- Archaeology and Prehistory40
- Classical Studies36
Working class children’s scientific culture : a case study on the social construction of taste, practices and representations of science
This thesis examines the way working class children’s practices and representations of science areconstructed. It aims to renew the approach of persistent inequalities in access to science pathwaysand careers, in which women and people from the working class and/or ethno-racial minoritiesremain larg...
Identifying students’ conceptions: a step towards the enrichment of professional knowledge on teaching of physics lecturers
International audience La recherche en didactique de la physique s’est longtemps préoccupée des raisons permettant d’expliquer des difficultés récurrentes d’étudiants. Elle a développé à ce titre de nombreux travaux visant la mise au jour de « conceptions ». Ces travaux ont conduit au développement...
Colloquium "How can we be socio-anthropologist today? — Socio-anthropology: a critical look at the Western myth of technical progress’
The ‘3th Grenoble socio-anthropology meetings’, organised by the laboratory emc2-Laboratoire de Sociology de Grenoble under the leadership of Florent Gaudez, had this year’s guest of honour Alain Gras, founder of the Centre for Studies, Techniques, Knowledge and Practice (cetcopra — Paris 1 — Panthé...
The ‘De generatione et corruptione’ in the ‘golden century’ of medieval encyclopaedias
The encyclopaedias from 1210 to 1260 were the first works to use Aristote’s translations. In this period, knowledge of De generatione ranged from silence in Alexander Nequam and Thomas de Cantimpré to marginal use in Barthélemy l’English and highly controlled, and literal use in Arnold de Saxony, th...
The construction of a situated curriculum for teacher training in the province of Santiago del Estero, Argentina
In this work we made a systematization of the approach experience, during 2016, between groups of two institutions: a university and a teacher training institution. The purpose was to contribute to the construction of a pedagogical proposal for teacher training that incorporates knowledge built from...
Appel à contributions/Call for papers : Naturalism in today's philosophy
The gradual naturalizing process in every field of knowledge has now become a sort of watchword. Over the last forty years, more and more enterprises have been launched, such as the naturalizing of epistemology and language, of ethics, phenomenology, sociology or psychoanylisis. The transient enthus...
‘Postoccidental’ social sciences: from Asia to Europe
In this article, the author proposes a scientific programme based on the invention of a ‘postoccidental’ space in social sciences as part of a dialogue with researchers from different Asian countries. At a time when the global turning point is being overcome at the same time there are epistemic inju...
D’Alembert and his correspondents: Mixtures of literature, history and philosophy.
under Dr G. Bertrand and A. Guyot. How can we approach knowledge at the beginning of the 21st century? Can science and the arts find common ground to move forward together? The Enlightenment turning point provides answers...
Catherine Gousseff, Russian exile. The factory of the stateless refugee (1920-1939)
Catherine Gousseff’s Russian exile is an essential work for interested in Russian migration and its history. As the subtitle indicates, it is also a reference for knowledge of the right to asylum and refugee status. Through a social history of Russian immigration into France during the interwar peri...
First, the quantitative analysis and then the qualitative analysis. Sociological study of subjective risk reduction practices by asset management professionals
Professional investors using the services of managers of financial assets distinguish different types of analysis when considering whether to entrust them with capital. They commonly oppose a “quantitative analysis” and a “qualitative analysis”. They present them as two partly overlapping knowledge...
Illustrated justice. : Justice in the illustrated newspapers of the Third Republic (1890-1914)
Based on the idea that images play a fundamental role for justice, as shown by all the iconographic representations, the symbols and the rituals used by the judiciary institution, this study in history of law focuses on the discourse conveyed by the prints of the illustrated newspapers of the Third...
The use of cultural knowledge in training repositories: a habermass analysis of a few RNCP sheets of European Masters
H2020 Project K-PLEX: WP4 Report on Data, Knowledge Organisation and Epistemics
This report on Data, Knowledge Organisation, and Epistemic Impact covers the findings of WP 4 of the K-PLEX project. It focuses on data collection, production, and analysis in a broad range of scientific disciplines, on epistemologies and methodologies, and research organisation. The cross-disciplin...
Urban cooperation as a research site [Interview with Annik Osmont and Charles Goldblum]
Interview with Annik Osmont (honorary conference master of the University of Paris 8) and Charles Goldblum (Professor Emerite d’urbanisme, University Paris 8). Feedback from Samuel Ripoll "What knowledge is needed to analyse and inform urban cooperation? How has the French research and training land...
Eurobarometer 44.2BIS Mega-Survey: Policies and Practices in Building Europe and the European Union, January-March 1996
This round of Eurobarometer surveys queried respondents on standard Eurobarometer measures, such as how satisfied they were with their present life, whether they attempted to persuade others close to them to share their views on subjects they held strong opinions about, whether they discussed politi...
Tribute to Viviane Isambert-Jamati
Ce dossier de la Revue française de pédagogie est entièrement dédié à l’œuvre de Viviane Isambert-Jamati, disparue le 19 novembre 2019. Pendant plus de trente ans, celle-ci a occupé une position très originale dans le paysage de la sociologie de l’éducation. Elle affirme, dès 1969, que « la détermin...
First steps towards geographic rule modeling
International audience ABSTRACTGeographic knowledge has always proved its value as an instrument underlying reasoning in order to define effective solutions for the management of territories . In many domains, such as urban and environmental planning, it is essential to start processes of analysis a...
Use your body to understand the environment Use your body to understand the environment: On the environmental knowledge of electro- and chemico-hypersensitive persons
National audience For this colloquium, we propose to study the trajectories after which some people diagnose themselves as hypersensitive to electromagnetic fields or chemicals. This process involves a radical transformation of their representations of the world, as well as a complete reorganisation...
Multiple affiliations. Pluralistic opinion
The book proposes a sociological model of pluralistic opinion that explains how an actor can have two different views on the same subject. It relies on traditional theories to show that, in a situation of uncertainty, an actor is forming an opinion in discussion relationships and that these, inserte...
Coordination in the health and medical and social fields: organisational issues and professional dynamics
following a call for projects launched by the Paul Bennetot Foundation in April 2010, the Mines-ParisTech Scientific Management Centre carried out a study on coordination in the health and medical and social fields. The report submitted to the Foundation in January 2011 proposes a state of internati...
Cognitive ethics and sociology of possible
Toccherwill be a topic on which Antonio Carbonaro would have had a lot to say. It is a topic which, in various forms, resembles his works in more than one point. The theme is cognitive ethics. Talking about cognitive ethics means putting forward a specific hypothesis. This is the hypothesis that we...
Atmospheric precipitations, water discharge and inundations in the Moldavian plain
One of the major challenges of this century is represented by climatic changes and their influence upon the environment. In the case of Romania, the orographic barrier plays the most important role in the delineation of surplus or deficient areas as refered to humidity. In the western and central re...
Figures of the intellectual artist Figures of the intellectual artist: Short historical relationship of the artist to intellect and politics
How artists, more specifically graphic and plastic, take part in the ‘intellectual figure’. The figure of the activist seems to correspond to it (1) in his report to the intellect and knowledge, (2) through his ethical commitment and (3) through his public visibility. Thus, this chapter shows how hi...
Experience of “Professional Mooc”: digital training courses in Education
We empirically present an experimentation of ‘Mooc professionnelle’ on France Digital University, a sign of digitalisation and professionalisation of higher education. We then analyse this training tool in a number of ways: the status of professional knowledge, the imperfections of educational socia...
Is the sense of observation useful in sociology?
the sense of observation is not only useful but indispensable in sociology. This capacity is first and foremost a practice of ordinary knowledge, but it can be refined and improved. French sociology has recently come closer to ethnography and has reversed observation in the light of criticisms about...