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Mot-clé : Discriminations ethniques Valérie Sala Pala_x
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Discriminations ethniques : les politiques du logement social en France et au Royaume-Uni

Sala Pala, Valérie (2013)

"À partir d'une enquête de terrain consacrée aux politiques du logement social à Birmingham et à Marseille, ce livre montre comment, en France comme au Royaume-Uni, la politique du logement social contribue à la construction des frontières ethniques..."

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Source: HAL

Seeking equality in court : political sociology of the law against discrimination in the workplace

Chappe, Vincent-Arnaud (3 dec. 2013)

This dissertation is about the use of law against discrimination in the workplace. The methodology mixes ethnographical observations, qualitative interviews with victims and law intermediaries, archive analysis and statistics. It analyses resources and skills used to denounce discrimination before ...

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From Political Urgency to Policy Management : building and Institutionalizing Access to HIV/AIDS Treatments in Benin

Bonvalet, Perrine (6 march 2014)

HIV/AIDS’s framing as an exceptional epidemicled to the building of AIDS policies around theconcept of political urgency and enabled the implementationof antiretroviral treatment policiesin sub-Saharan Africa at the beginning of the2000s. Ten years later, however, increasinglymassive access to ...

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The demographic proof of immigrants : genealogic analysis of French integration policy (1988-1998)

Hamzaoui, Ouassim (21 nov. 2014)

What is the socio-political meaning of the category of “immigrant” that the French integration policy officialised in 1990? The thesis uses a foucaldian sociology of quantification of immigration as a population to answer this question. The mobilization of a demographic knowledge, in the context ...

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When grand ensemble becomes heritage : Reflections on the future of an inheritance and the making of heritage based on case studies in the Saint-Etienne region.

Kaddour, Rachid (13 may 2013)

Taken as meaning both heritage and inheritance, the issue of patrimoine is of particular significance for France's grands ensembles (GE) today. This paper considers patrimoine as an original key to understanding institutional expectations for managing GE. At the same time, studying an unpopular ...

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Territorial makings of political reasoning : contextual analysis of four territories in Isère

Sainty, Jessica, (3 jul. 2012)

Does the territory influence the way individual reasons about politics? This dissertation aims to answer to this apparently classical question of political science. Based on a survey which was conducted in the context of the French presidential election of 2007, we propose to deal with theoretical ...

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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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Randomized controlled trials: rearranging the interaction of social sciences and public action in France?

Devaux-Spatarakis, Agathe (6 oct. 2014)

The start of the XXIst century witnessed an unprecedented use of randomized controlled trials to assess public programs across the world. This scientific method has been championed as the most rigorous to assess the impact of public intervention. It has promoted the use of scientific evidence by ...

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« Abstain, Be faithful, use a Condom ». Transnational controversies and the politics of HIV policy in Uganda

Demange, Elise (3 dec. 2010)

During the 1990s, Uganda has been increasingly highlighted for its success in fighting HIV/AIDS. In 2004, state actors questioned the main prevention strategy: the ABC strategy (Abstain, Be faithful, use a Condom). The emphasis on abstinence and reluctance to promote condoms promptly aroused a ...

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Classe, ethnicité, genre... les mobilisations au piège de la fragmentation identitaire ?

OpenEdition (9 march 2007)

Colloque organisé par le Centre de recherches sur l'action politique en Europe (CRAPE), Rennes, 8-9 mars 2007

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