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Mot-clé : Déconstruire le social Séminaire I, [Paris, 1989]_x
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POETICS AND ETHICS. THE DOSCOURSE OF THE FRANCOPHONE AUTHOR FACING THE IDEOLOGIES OF BELONGING. BRITTANY, QUEBEC, “AFRICAS”

Ndiaye, El Hadji Malick (13 march 2008)

After having revisited the concept of authorship and analyzed the highly polyphonic and multicultural vocation of the francophone discourse, this work, focusing on three geographical areas (Brittany, Québec, Sub-Saharian Africa) and three authors (Pierre-Jakez Hélias, Félix Leclerc and Cheikh ...

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Hölderlin : ritique of reason eand poetical dwelling of man

She, Shiqin (9 may 2012)

How does Hölderlin's critique of reason open up possibility of a poetical dwelling of man on earth? What is the role of poetical language and what is its significance for the modernity? These are for us two sides of the same question by Hölderlin. We say that Hölderlin's critique of rationality ...

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Construction of the actor "enemy" and concentration institution : comparative study between the Rivesaltes camp (under Vichy) and Belene (Popular Republic of Bulgaria)

Gruev, Radoslav (8 nov. 2013)

The present sociological study examines the construction of the "enemy" within the concentration camp, an absolute social institution, through the comparison of two forms, taken in their different social, national, ideological and state context – on one hand, the camp of Rivesaltes and the French ...

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Technical unity of Raysse burins industries in their diachronical context. Thoughts about cultural variability during Gravettian, based on the case of La Picardie, Arcy-sur-Cure, Brassempouy and Le Cirque de la Patrie.

Klaric, Laurent (19 dec. 2003)

Le Gravettien est une culture qui s'est étendue sur toute l'Europe pendant près de huit millénaires. Les industries lithiques qui ont permis sa caractérisation présentent, en général, des traits culturels partagés qui étayent une vision paneuropéenne de cette civilisation. Pourtant, ...

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A partir de l'Europe centrale, analyser un monde qui change

Drahos, J. et al. (30 august 2012)

À l'occasion de son vingtième anniversaire, le CEFRES a invité des chercheurs et des responsables de la recherche et de la coopération internationale à participer à huit tables rondes. Il s'agissait d'abord de réfléchir aux transformations du contexte dans lequel s'inscrit dorénavant le ...

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Insecurities. An environmental interpretation of the violence in Wadai (Eastern Chad)

Favre, Johanne (26 nov. 2008)

How far do neo-malthusian theories on environmental conflicts apply to the east of Chad ?Food shortages there are a regular occurrence but can't be entirely explained by demographic and environmental factors. It's the socio-political context which provokes the violence. From 2003, the war in ...

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Make work pay : when instruments, cognitive frames and objectives of social 'active' policies converge in the European Context : a comparative approach (Spain, France, the Netherlands)

Arrignon, Mehdi, (12 dec. 2012)

L'auteur n'a pas fourni de résumé en anglais. Bien que n'ayant ni les mêmes résultats ni les mêmes traditions en matière de protection sociale, la France, l'Espagne et les Pays-Bas ont tous mis en œuvre des réformes d'« activation » de leurs politiques sociales dans les années 2000. Ces ...

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Sustainable development and educative stakes. Stake holders, knowledge and territorial stategies.

Leininger-Frézal, Caroline (9 dec. 2009)

Sustainable development and education for sustainable development are a linked burning issue, that's why a lot of politics are interesting in it. Different sort of stake holders are concerned: the French state and its administrations, public school, region, township, nongovernmental organization... ...

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Re-imagining the nation : african nationalism, socio-political commitment and self-representation in sub-Saharan women’s novels

Moji, Polo (21 nov. 2011)

En Afrique subsaharienne, le nationalisme « imagine » une identité nationale homogène enracinée dans la mythologie de la spécificité africaine qui représente la femme comme un symbole des racines culturelles (le trope de la « Mère Afrique »). Ce travail analyse comment la romancière ...

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