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The late exploitation of perfume plants and grassois know-how at the turn of the last century
Since the 1990s, perfume plants in the grassois basin are rare and original productions in several farms. They are therefore sectors of excellence but remain marginalised. They are currently at the heart of the concerns of consumers and perfumers. Despite intense competition from the other producer...
Françoise Sullivan: Artist Present
Françoise Sullivan’s name is perhaps still little known outside Canada, but the rich and multi-facetted work of this artist, who is nothing less than a monument—still very much alive and kicking—in the history of Canadian art, deserves special attention well beyond the borders of the country she was...
The French diplomacy and the Mediterranean interest's maghreban
The study which one will present door on "the French diplomacy and the Mediterranean interests' maghreban". It proposes to draw up an assessment of various aspects of the co-operation between France and the States of the Maghreban in particular the three countries of the "central Maghreb" (Morocco,...
Minutes of reading: Gender inequalities in the family, at school and at work: compared approaches
Since the comparative perspective is -Durkheim, it was stressed in time — at the heart of the sociological approach, the works that come under this banner spontaneously attract the attention of sociologists. And this attention is often disappointed because, by way of comparison, we often just juxtap...
Bidirectional Associations Between Self-Reported Gaming Disorder and Adult Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: Evidence From a Sample of Young Swiss Men
Background: Gaming disorder (GD) has been shown to co-occur with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), yet few studies to date have investigated their longitudinal associations. Method: The sample included 5,067 young Swiss men (mean age was 20 years at wave 1 and 25 years at wave 3). Mea...
Maja Nazaruk, Sexual tourism in Southeast Asia. Markets of desires
Damage! This is a book that I looked forward to reading as the subject is delicate, difficult and requires truly scientific approaches. But reading the author’s journey immediately came to my attention: where was his legitimacy to deal with the matter? Maja Nazaruk is not a specialist in tourism, So...
Competitive balance and attention level effects: theoretical considerations and preliminary evidence
We try to better understand possible reasons for deviations between statistically-measured competitive balance (CB) and perceived CB. Moreover, we suggest answers to the following questions: are there specific dimensions of CB that are perceived to be significantly less balanced in the Danish Superl...
Landscaping and anti-parliamentarism in the first half of the 20th century
This article explores a often neglected aspect of studies on anti-parliamentarism in contemporary France, looking at the dissemination of this topic in the campaigns of the third Republic. In particular, he studied two “moments” of strong domestic mobilisation, the wine crises in the Belle Époque, t...
Multiple sources driving the organic matter dynamics in two contrasting tropical mangroves
International audience In this study, we have selected two different mangroves based on their geological, hydrological and climatological variations to investigate the origin (terrestrial, phytobenthos derived, and phytoplankton derived) of dissolved organic carbon (DOC), particulate organic carbon...
Is ecology an adjustment variable?: The environment and sustainable development under the chairmanship of Nicolas Sarkozy
The environment and sustainable development have received unprecedented political and social attention during the five years Sarkozy: proactive statements, ambitious reforms, etc. However, the overall interpretation of reforms and policies should not be limited to an analysis of the proactive politi...
Reinforcement of self-efficacy through mental transportation : improvement of persuasiveness of prosocial communication promoting self-donation
While self-efficacy appears as a main behaviour’s explanatory variable, little research has been conducted regarding the potential mechanisms that could improve self-efficacy in the specific context of marketing communication. Moreover, despite the strong stakes linked with organ and gamete donation...
Explaining small-retailer patronage through social capital theory
International audience The purpose of this paper is to understand why people shop at small retailers in their community. The authors investigate the influence of consumers’ civic commitment, measured at behavioural and perceptual levels, on small-retailer patronage (SRP). Design/methodology/approach...
Discourse of Slavery: Freedom and the Negotiation of Power and Identity in Context
The construction of narratives takes place within specific contexts, including temporal, cultural, geographical, historical, ideological, and physical. The contextual creation of slave narratives and the processes of their construction and reconstruction resulted in a negotiation of power over the a...
Sustainability concerns in luxury supply chains: European brand strategies and French consumer expectations Sustainability concerns in luxury supply chains: European brand strategies and French consumer expectations: .
International audience Sustainability in supply chain management has become a concern in both research and practice. Although consumption and purchasing have been significantly explored in the luxury sector, a gap in supply chain studies is still evident. Therefore, the aim of this article is to exa...
The return and reintegration of Latin American migrants in Europe
One of the first difficulties faced by the countries of origin of immigrants, when planning interventions and programmes aimed at maximising the benefits of their return, is the lack of knowledge about the dominant profile of those who return spontaneously, as well as the real impact, errors and suc...
The horse, part 2
The special status of the horse, which is not domestic at most domesticated, is also an appeal, which combines with its qualities and prestige for rapid adoption in the heart of men. This is demonstrated by horse tombs, which so far have rarely attracted attention from archaeologists. However, in Mé...
Publication : "Revolutionary Paris and the Market for Netherlandish Art".
SPIETH Darius A., Revolutionary Paris and the Market for Netherlandish Art, Leiden, Brill, 2018, 514 p. Présentation de l'éditeur : Seventeenth-century Dutch and Flemish paintings were aesthetic, intellectual, and economic touchstones in the Parisian art world of the Revolutionary era, but their imp...
Limits and opportunities of integrated design in sustainable buildings : the need for a more comprehensive project process
The quest to reduce national and global environmental impacts has had a significant impact on the construction industry. In most developed countries, the construction sector is responsible for 35% of waste generation, 32% of energy consumption, and 19% of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Both theory...
Individual and Collaborative self-regulatory support: peer assessment & video feedback in an EFL task
International audience Self-regulated learning (SRL) includes the cognitive, metacognitive, behavioral, motivational, and emotional/affective aspects of learning. The conceptualization of self and socially regulated learning (SSRL) has recently received much attention and peer assessment (PA) has be...
Nurse safety in pre-hospital care for patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19: An integrative review
O estudo visa fomentar a educação continuada dos profissionais inseridos no Atendimento Pré-Hospitalar de casos suspeitos ou confirmados de COVID-19, reforçando os cuidados necessários neste contexto. Trata-se de uma revisão integrativa, cujo levantamento de dados se deu na Biblioteca Virtual de Saú...
Segregation may hide another. The distribution of pupils between classes to be taken seriously
The Wallonia-Brussels Federation (Belgium) is profoundly marked by academic and socio-economic segregation which is rooted in a particular organisation of the education system. Segregation between schools has been widely highlighted. Classroom segregation in schools has been little addressed in lite...
About the reception of a New town : Sabaudia from his fondation (1934) to his 80 years (2014)
The town of Sabaudia was built between 1933 and 1934 in the Pontine Marshes, Italy. It forms part of a sanitization and country-planning project led by the fascist regime. Its architecture is classified as «rationalist», «modern» by the quality of its plan, open towards the landscape and its archite...
Art and Economics Beyond the Market
International audience Connections between economics and art encompass far more than simply the art market. By looking beyond auction prices, artists’ career trajectories, and marketing strategies, scholars can better engage with the economic significance of art objects in a range of social and disc...
Synthesis of Succinct Systems
Synthesis of correct by design systems from specification has recently attracted much attention. The theoretical results imply that this problem is highly intractable, e.g., synthesizing a system is 2EXPTIME-complete for an LTL specification, and EXPTIME-complete for a CTL specification. However, an...
Metro signage and attention policy
This article looks at the Parisian metro signage as an authorisation mechanism that engages users in a specific form of co-production of the mobility service. On the basis of an analysis of internal documents and interviews conducted within RATP, it shows that its designers have relied on certain us...