Query : vie privée
- Marguénaud, Jean-Pierre13
- Mendès-Leite, Rommel10
- Gleize, Bérengère5
- Borrillo, Daniel3
- Callewaert, Vincent3
- Abravanel-Jolly, Sabine2
- Andriantsimbazovina, Joël2
- Antippas, Jeremy2
- Audibert, Matthieu2
- Bessin, Marc2
- Bruguière, Jean-Michel2
- Cecere, Grazia2
- Cruysmans, Edouard2
- De Saint Léger, Mathilde2
- Delpérée, Francis2
- Dubuisson, Bernard2
- Evrard, Annette2
- Fusulier, Bernard2
- Grodent, Françoise2
- Guilbot, Michèle2
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences97
- Gender Studies93
- Political Science56
- Communication Sciences51
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology43
- Methods and Statistics29
- Art and Art History27
- Architecture and Space Management24
- Musicology and Performing Arts19
- Classical Studies13
- Economies and Finances10
- Archaeology and Prehistory7
- Cultural Heritage and Museology7
- Biological Anthropology6
- Environmental studies4
Counterfeiting on the Internet. Exchange of peer to peer files. Technical management and protection systems. Freedoms. Private life. CNIL
(opinion of the CSPLA of 2 March 2004)
Article : « Menaces sur l'intime », Christian Godin, 23 mars 2013, Marianne文评：勾旦：“亲密所遭受的威脅”
the desire for transparency and the thirst of visibility to the obscene have rendered the preservation of privacy and the sense of secrecy obsolete. The philosopher François Jullien gives them a second chance in his new book: “Of the intimate. Far from the noisy Amour”. Intimate is a widowed idea in...
‘Domestic cyberviolence’ means: good intentions do not make the right decisions
Rituels de la vie publique et privée du Moyen Âge à nos jours
The European promotion of “living together” as a tool to combat facial discrimination in public spaces; Note under European Court of Human Rights, Second Section, 11 July 2017, Dakir v Belgium, application number 4619/12; European Court of Human Rights, Second Section, 11 July 2017, Oussar v Belgium, application number 37798/13
Ageing, dementia and intersubjective relationship: psychological and ethical approach
Despite the progress in knowledge of their etiopathogenical mechanisms and the medicalisation of their care, dissenting conditions remain very debilitating in terms of maintaining autonomy in everyday life and interpersonal relations. The term ‘dementia’ remains widely used not only in terms of the...
The worker of the future and the law
The worker of the future and Law A what does the worker of tomorrow look like in a world where information technology is increasingly prevalent? This question is considered from two angles. First of all, the digital economy has given rise to new forms of production and employment, such as the ‘platf...
Singers and men (politicians): “the dialectic of influential bodies and men”
Although its title might suggest it, it has nothing to do with the private life of the President of the French Republic and his wife, singer Carla Bruni. It is true that French kiosks are looking for blankets which are not illustrated by the photo of either (to such an extent that the French press i...
The woman in the household
This text explores the sexual division of labour in the organisation of the marriage ceremony. Men’s and women’s timings gradually diverge during the different stages of the preparation of the marriage (from the preparation of the project to day J and the organisation of the party). Women always spe...
Les besoins des proches, des intervenants et des personnes ayant un traumatisme craniocérébral: comparaison du Québec et de la France
PRISST, CRSHC, IRSC-INSERM
‘span style = 'font-style: Italic; ‘BLes Heures lost by Pierre Barthès, a private chronic with span style =’ varied: small-caps; ‘bxvii’supbe’/supb century
This research aims to enlighten the trajectory of a private chronist, Pierre Barthès, a master writer in Toulouse, who keeps a newspaper of elements of his life and public events in Toulouse between 1737 and 1781. The author, which is a source often mobilised by historians of the Toulousan society o...
Genus and protestantism in French Polynesia: a critical approach to the private/public distinction
Based on the study of the male Protestant Church OHI and the accession of women to the ecclesiastical ministries, the aim of this communication is to revisit the various definitions and uses of the term gender. The concept of gender has three advantages: insist on social construction and the histori...
Building a common world: interview with Amitai Etzioni
Né in Germany in Cologne in 1929, Amitai Etzioni is one of the most well-known public intellectual figures in the United States. As a sociologist, he taught at Columbia University and Harvard Business School and worked at the White House for Jimmy Carter before inspiring Tony Blair for his “Third Wa...
Telework in a local authority: How to manage the boundaries between private and professional life?
Right to privacy and freedom of expression: the second Von Hannover judgment disfavours Caroline de Monaco
Commentary on the second judgment of the European Court of Human Rights Von Hannover v Germany, 7 February 2012. Following the publication of photos in the German press, the Court carried out a review of the weighing up carried out by the German courts between the right to privacy of Princesse Carol...
Unveiling of privacy on social networking sites. Significant changes
‘titrebSummary’/titrebThe development of social networking sites has led to significant changes. Indeed, unveiling his private life in a public media is a new behaviour that has hitherto been encountered only by public figures or celebrities. From now on, every one of us can become a public person a...
Sex, capitalism and criticisms of the value of Sexa, capitalism and criticism of value: pulsions, dominations, social sadism
Under the leadership of Richard Poulin and Patrick VBast. For Sade (1740-1814), human beings have the right to own others to enjoy and satisfy their wishes; humans are reduced to objects, sexual organs and, like any object, they are interchangeable, therefore anonymous, without their own individuali...
Theatre or revelation of ruses: Jonson and Middleton v Machiavel
Comparatisms in Sorbonne 3-2012: The Clotilde THOURET stage Ruse: ‘Theatre, or the revelation of ruses: Jonson and Middleton vs Machiavel’ 1 The theatre, or the revelation of ruses: Jonson and Middleton vs Machiavel The English Theatre of First Modernity probably provided a great deal for Marx’s vis...
The loss of a spouse in the elderly : bereavement, grief process and consumption of social support services
Marketing research has focused on the stages of the life cycle to understand, explain and predict the impact of transitions on consumption. In this field of research, our work aim to understand the role of consumption of formal social support during the experience of loss of a spouse. We develop our...
On the role of mobility
The “pygmy” Aka hunter-gatherers have developed a lifestyle based on displacements, which structure their technical, economic and social organisation. Their mobility depends on their relationships with the other communities of the same forest. In this article, we shall briefly describe the Aka’s org...
Architectures of private life. Houses and mentalities, 1880-1914. Volume 1
Developments of the types of dwellings between the two wars of 1870 and 1914, their production and design (HBM specific programme), the rules for the distribution of dwellings and associated rooms according to whether they are intended for popular classes or for bourgeoisie. In particular, the statu...
Determination of the personal nature of the employee’s computer files
Soc. 10 May 2012, No 11-13.884, to be published in the Bulletin
Chapitre 1. Medical Ethics in Russia before the october Revolution (1917)
The evolution of medical ethics in Russia was determined by several factors. First, such Russian concepts as “obshina” (community) and “sobornost” (counciliarism) determined the supremacy of the collective body over the individual body, the state over a person etc. There is no analogue for “privacy”...
Love, marriage, sexuality. An intimate history of Nazism (1930-1950)
How to report on the adherence to Nazism by tens of millions of ‘ordinary’ women and men, German and Austrian· nes, who have supported it for years? The search for personal development encouraged by the regime, be it erotic adventures, emotional interpersonal ties forged in Nazi organisations or mar...
Personal health data: Esculape vs Mercure?
the implementation in France of the SNIIRAM (National Health Insurance System), relaunches the debate on the opening up by the State of public data to the private sector and the risks involved. In the field of health data, it balances the search for rationality it would make (in the fields of resear...