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Mot-clé : De l'utilité du genre Joan W. Scott_x
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Going beyond the gendered norm of the worklife balance policies to build real gender equality in the workplace : analysis of two contrasted contexts : France and Spain

Tanquerel, Sabrina (12 nov. 2014)

This PhD research aims at better understanding the link between work life balance policies and gender equality in the workplace. The objective is to understand how these measures can influence sexual roles division at work.By referring to the theoretical framework of social perceptions, our work is ...

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A contextual theory of the moral status of animals

Delon, Nicolas (24 jun. 2014)

Ce travail développe une théorie contextuelle du statut moral des animaux qui concilie les exigences morales de l'impartialité et l'importance des relations de vulnérabilité et de partialité. A partir d'une analyse de la notion de statut moral comme ensemble d'obligations directement dues aux ...

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Gender and rewriting History : from testimony to autobiography by several voices

BAE, Ji Sun (4 apr. 2014)

This work shows the conditions of the elaboration, and production, of languages and writings that revisit a subjective and collective memory by rewriting History beyond violence, denial, repression, and censorship. This work analyses the relationship between the autos, the I, the self – ...

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On the lookout for the infinite variations of chaos : approaching the work of Rodrigo Fresán

Bargiel, Ewa, (12 dec. 2014)

The aim of this thesis is to examine and interpret the sophisticated composition of Rodrigo Fresán’s “house of books” or “intertextual series”. Our research will demonstrate that the nine books of the Argentinean writer, in spite of their different generic classifications and their ...

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The emergence of violence domestique as a category of institutional discourse : the case of the Council of Europe

Nugara, Silvia (18 march')"/> 2011)

Our thesis deals with the emergence and the naming of the social object domestic violence within the discourse of the Council of Europe. The analysis is carried out on a corpus of French versions of official and preparatory documents ranging from 1985's first recommendation on family violence to the ...

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The theatre of the oppressed : a symbolic matrix of public spaces

Clément, Poutot (11 jun. 2015)

Invented by Augusto Boal in the 1970s in Latin America, the Theatre of the Oppressed aims to combine art with a collective reflection work on group and society, encouraging participation and involvement. This particular form of theatre suggests that its action may have repercussions in the real. ...

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City-networks and spatial rescaling in the Baltic Sea area

Escach, Nicolas, (14 nov. 2014)

The Baltic Sea area is often quoted as the archetype of a transnational space achieved through networks. Since the fall of the Iron Curtain, local and European stakeholders have frequently relied on the fantasized history of the Hanseatic League, a mediaeval association of merchants created in the ...

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Sortie de "De l'utilité du genre" de Joan Scott

Clyde Plumauzille (27 sep. 2012)

Note de l'éditeur Qu’est-ce que le genre ? Comment les identités sexuelles et les rapports entre hommes et femmes sont-ils construits, et comment se transforment-ils ? Quel rôle jouent, dans ces processus, la politique et les mobilisations collectives, l’économique et le social, mais aussi ...

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Clinical States and Mystical States : Towards a Grammar of Receptivity in James Joyce's Dubliners, A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man and Stephen Hero

Morillot, Caroline (9 jun. 2012)

This thesis explores various states as they are experienced by Joycean characters. It is concerned with the fluctuations of subjective presence in the world through the observation and analysis of a range of clinical, mystical and cognitive states in James Joyce's early works: Dubliners, A Portrait ...

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