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Mot-clé : Droit constitutionnel Frédéric Rouvillois_x
Source: Theses.fr

The third party in administrative law

Jurvilliers-Zuccaro, Elisabeth (13 jul. 2010)

Si la notion de tiers est définie en droit civil, il n’en est pas de même en droit administratif. Il n’existe pas une définition unique des tiers, mais plusieurs. Ces notions particulières sont éparses, diverses et imprécises, empêchant toute définition globale et transversale. Pourtant, ...

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Board-level employee representatives in France : contribution to a sociology of employee participation in company decisions

Conchon, Aline (2 dec. 2014)

This thesis focuses on the study of board-level employee representatives, i.e. employee representatives elected by the workforce under trade union nomination who serve on their company’s board of directors [BoD] or supervisory board [SVB] with the same rights and duties than that of other ...

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The separation of civil and military powers : a comparative study

Papazian, Patrick (19 jun. 2012)

Cette thèse entend démontrer par le recours à la comparaison que le principe de séparation des pouvoirs civils et militaires constitue un élément fondamental des Etats de tradition libérale. En droit, elle prend la forme d’incompatibilités. Dans un premier temps, suite aux expériences de ...

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Political society against civil society, from 1970's since today. A french democratic paradox

Bomberger, Estelle (29 nov. 2013)

Partout où l'homme est libre, il se croit dans les fers. Tel est le paradoxe démocratique qui ouvre à l'individu moderne un espace important de liberté, tout en lui conférant en parallèle le sentiment d'en être privé. A la séparation traditionnelle des pouvoirs, se superpose désormais ...

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Antiquity in the French constitutional debate in the nineteenth century

Delrue, Baptiste (5 dec. 2014)

It has been shown that the Greco-Roman antiquity had a very strong influence over the political discourse during the French Revolution. Thus, it seemed interesting to study the political debates of the XIXth and more specifically the constitutional debates, in order to validate or on the contrary to ...

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Political violence and gender in the French press (1970-1994)

Bugnon, Fanny (9 nov. 2011)

This dissertation examines the experience of political violence arising from the protest movement of the late 1960s in most Western countries. Also related to the current social changes, especially embodied by feminism, the explicit involvement of women is a second phenomenon that comes into play. ...

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Jury and democracy : a fruitful relationship ? : the case of the French assize court

Vernier, Dominique, (3 oct. 2007)

This thesis is about the criminal jury as a political institution. It wants to explore the eventual relationships between jury and democracy. The point of view is historical, sociological and political, because the subject has implications in these three fields. The approach is global : one of the ...

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Les promesses de rénovation institutionnelle des candidats à la présidentielle

Premat, Christophe (28 feb. 2007)

International audience Before the beginning of the campaign for the presidential elections of 2007, it is necessary to analyse the promises made by the candidates in order to reorganise the institutions of the fifth Republic. The difficulty is due to the ambiguous status of the different candidates ...

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Participatory democracy, from may 68 to anti-TGV movements. Consolidation processes of emerging social institutions.

Blatrix, C. (20 jan. 2000)

This these analyzes the dynamic process through which, at the end of the sixties, " participatory democracy " appears in France, and can, under specific conditions, develop from itself. We give an overall view of participatory tools and emphasize the diversity of the expectations they are supposed ...

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Contribution to the Legal Concept of People

Cuvelier, Claire (11 dec. 2014)

Par « pluralisme démotique » nous proposons de désigner la pluralité de peuples dans un système à plusieurs niveaux. Le pluralisme démotique s’inscrit à rebours de la conception moniste du peuple français majoritaire dans la doctrine française. L’ambition de cette thèse est de ...

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