Query : stigmates
- Benéteau-Douillard, Gérard2
- Binder, Didier2
- Burguière, André2
- Carpentier, Vincent2
- Cesarano, Valentina Paola2
- Hamon, Romuald2
- Poisson, Philippe2
- Sélèque, Jenny2
- Affolter, Jéhanne1
- Albert, Jean-Pierre1
- Amougou, Louis Bertin1
- Anastácio, Bruna Aparecida1
- Assouly, Julie1
- Attia, Sandie1
- Aude Caria1
- Ayimpam, Sylvie1
- Azaroual, Abdelhamid1
- Banzo, Mayté1
- Barbara Morovich1
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- Methods and Statistics4
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Spanish exiles and education in France
At the time France grants asylum to the half million Spanish people fleeing Franco, the Spanish language was only of interest to a small minority of pupils. At the beginning of the 1950s, while English and even German were aware of the increased favours of young people, Spanish continued to grow in...
Objects of the Amiens-Renancourt deposit 1. From manufacture to exploitation. 2017 activity report of the Collective Research Project.
this activity report relates to the activities carried out in the second year of the Collective Research Project entitled ‘Amiens-Renancourt 1. From manufacturing to development’. This PCR was introduced following the discovery of trimmings and objects of art in chalk on the Amiens-Renancourt 1 site...
«Induced abortion, practices and care» . An anthropology of youth through social norms and public health policies in Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso)
Induced abortion without medical or legal request in countries where it is prohibitedsuch as Burkina Faso poses both a public health and social problems. It is this doubleproblematic that this thesis explored in order to understand the causes of the difficultiesfacing the country to fight against un...
Comparison of two situations of success faced and standardised in secondary school students of different cultural backgrounds
The aim of this article is to study and understand the identity dynamics of adolescent girls with different educational and cultural backgrounds: French and Maghrébin. We used the representative contextualisation method (Zavalloni, 1998), which allowed us to identify salient identity mechanisms and...
Memory and body in the mystic experiment
Based on the example of several mystic saints, it is shown how a narrative (martyre of a saint or passion of Christ) takes substance in the person’s experience and becomes active in the sense that he or she gives his or her life. This way of predicting the past leads to questioning the relationship...
The Cigales sound events: history of pioneering studies (Hemiptera, Cicadomorpha, cicadidae)
If initially man was probably interested in the sound production of the Cigales only in a nutritional context, Aristote (4th century before our era) was the first to try to understand the mechanism. His erroneous theory of an air blast for vibration of a membrane became apparent until the beginning...
Lithic industries of Central Polynesia : know-how and techno-economic dynamics
The ubiquity of stone adze blades in archaeological sites and museum collections resulted in their use as “cultural fossils” to draw cultural evolutionary changes in the Polynesian islands. The typological approach proves useful for understanding the archaeological diversity in Oceania. Yet, it lack...
Vincent Meyer, Organisational Communication and Mental Disability Care
Drafting reflections and concrete proposals, but also opinion book, professional will, painful testimony and sometimes defensive testimony, manifesto campaigning, comments and analyses from an uncommon environment, bearing the stigma of the mental disability of the adult world, organisational commun...
The memory of the Rwandan genocide two decades after ‘Rwandawrite by memory’: psychological unrest and duty of justice for an ‘example’ in Eugene Ebodé ‘magnificent’
In July 1998, led by Festt’Africa festival, African writers stayed in Rwanda for a written residence on ‘Rwanda: writing in memory’. The works resulting from this project responded to the silence of the African elites that followed this crime against Africans’ humanity perpetrated by Africans. In co...
The feminine mascarade of stigmates or the splendour of truths and divine realities
Old age between normal and pathological conditions: a ‘normal pathological condition’?
Simone de Beausee, in La Vieillesse (1970), carefully analysed the fact that you are old for others and not for themselves: it is the eyes of others who make us old. It is possible to cheat with his own eye, minimise the seriousness of the facts, conceal the ‘stigmates’ or ‘symptoms’ of old age. It...
Towards a globalised economic situation
“Globalisation presents itself as a huge financial, environmental, political, moral and health bubble, which is simply the effect of the widespread interdependence that is binding on all actors in the system”. Hours, Selim, 2010: 8 in order to understand the contemporary issue of the participation o...
Introduction and assessment of the stigma of distance.
article co-written with Claire Noy, Uninversité Montpellier 3 This article addresses the issue of distance as a factor of isolation in online training. The use of introspection and community building will then make it possible to overcome the stigma of distance.
Útiles sobre soportes naturales (tectoclastos) en el Auriñaciense : el ejemplo de Cueva Morin (Villanueva de Villaescusa, Cantabria)
<p>En este trabajo se presentan una serie de piezas retocadas sobre soportes naturales (tectoclastos) en el nivel 7 (auriñaciense) de Cueva Morin (Cantabria). Se analiza el origen de estos soportes (morfologías generales y estigmas particulares). Estos soportes son empleados para realizar diferentes...
L'activité de butinage des Apoides sauvages (Hymenoptera Apoidea) sur les fleurs de maïs à Yaounde (Cameroon) et réflexions sur la pollinisation des graminées tropicales
The gatering activity of wild bees (Hymenoptera Apoidea) on flowers of maize at Yaound (Cameroon) and further considerations on pollination of the tropical Gramineae. At Nkolbisson (Yaounde, Cameroon), in May 1991, flowers of maize (Zea mays L; Poaceae) were observed for the study of pollen gatherin...
Entre stigmates et mémoires : dynamiques paradoxales de la rénovation urbaine
Actors of urban renewal use discourses on the degradation of the popular neighborhoods that reinforce the stigma of these places and their inhabitants. Meanwhile, we enhance the “inhabitant” and his memory, whose valorization is a must, a necessary step before any change or rehabilitation. In this c...
Thierry la fronde, Resistance figure: When one Occupation in Cacking another...
In France in the early 1960s, a medieval series aimed at young audiences triumped on television: Thierry la fronde (1963-1966) tears the adventures of a noble young person, Thierry de Janville, who opposes the English occupation of Sologne during the Cent Ans war. Very quickly, however, this Robin d...
The Manzanzavilles and the ‘rich camps’ in Kinshasa: overview of urban dynamics and geopolitics
The urban landscape of Kinshasa bears the stigma of three types of urban management policy and strategy: social, liberal and neoliberal. This landscape has been shaped in three successive phases. Before independence, the city benefited from a social urban policy with the construction of key social h...
Bertillon was not the first to have carried out anthropometric measurements of offenders by the bertillon and stigmates of degeneration
contrary to its claims. The psychiatrists, inspired by Morel’s work on degeneration, have systematised these operations since the beginning of the 19th century. All these operations are aimed at knowing and tracing the “degenerated” part of the social body.
The unmaking of crime : contexts, pathways and representations of the processes of desistance in Paris
Since the second half of the twentieth century, the punitive trend in our societies has led to prison overcrowding. In France, as of January 1, 2020, there were 70,651 inmates in prison for an accommodation capacity of 61,080. Public opinion, which is aware of this issue, and the media obsessed by s...
: Projectile impact traces on game: comparative results of the bow and spearthrower experiments held at the CEDARC (Treignes, Belgium) in 2003 and 2004
International audience In 2003 and 2004, two series of projectile experiments were organized by P. Cattelain and ourselves at the CEDARC / Musée du Malgré-Tout (Treignes, Belgium). The experiments involved the use of two male ox calves and two female fallow deers as targets for bow and spearthrower...
Biodiversity and corporality in Caribbean diasporic poetry: towards an ecofeminist aesthetic
Caribean landscapes are traditionally represented through female metaphors relaying traditional representations of a flourishing, fertile and luxurious nature. Ecofeminist thinking links nature to women through their system of domination: that of men on women, and that of humans on nature. While the...
The employability potential of young disabled adults in Campania : negotiation between resources and obstacles
It is necessary, at the international level, to form functional skills to the demands of life and work, in terms of: the ability to solve problems, to take autonomous and flexible initiatives, to mobilize knowledge for Manage complex situations and solve problems. At the centre of a good employabili...
Should a stigma be revealed? An adaptation of existing models for a theoretical contribution to understanding disability
The purpose of this article is to propose mobilisation of Anglo-Saxon models addressing the disclosure of stigma in enterprises (Clair et al., 2005; Ragins, 2008; Chaudoir & l Fisher, 2010) for an application to the population of people with disabilities. We note that, despite the wealth of mode...
The dress, from the seeing to the veil : for a psychopathology of the dressed female body
To the Freudian question « What does a woman want? » Lacan postulates the non-existence of « Ⱦhe woman », driven bythe idea of a split feminine enjoyment. This less enigmatic formulation invites one to consider the unconscious hatch mark as that of the woman « defamed ». The reality of a « pastout »...