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About appropriate use of bovarysm in French classes : developing the students’ fictional empathy to help them read literary stories : the example of the character’s diary.

Larrivé, Véronique (12 sep. 2014)

With mirror neurons and simulation theories, recent findings in neuroscience on inter-subjective relations offer new data to literary theory about fictional narrative. They help restore literary bovarysm of which cognitive version, the fictional empathy, is the subject of this thesis. It appears ...

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Source: HAL

Surdités, plurilinguisme et Ecole Approches sociolinguistiques et sociodidactiques des bilinguismes d'enfants sourds de CE2.

Mugnier, Saskia (27 jun. 2006)

In the present dissertation, we have investigated the issue of Deaf children's education through a multiple perspective, an approach which has been adopted throughout the study. Moreover, the latter is at the junction between research in sociolinguistics and in socio-didactic, as we have used the ...

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Source: HAL

Writing of the purity in the works of Anatole France

Rokukawa, Yuko (16 sep. 2013)

While Anatole France (1844-1924) is considered a skeptical, ironic writer, one of his short stories, entitled "Le Jongleur de Notre-Dame" can not easily be reduced to such a reading. Instead, it is a pious and sincere story based on a legend from the Middle Ages - a perspective contradictory to his ...

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Source: Persée

Les origines de l'héliomètre.

Fauque, Danielle (1983)

RÉSUMÉ. — En 1748, P. Bouguer présente à l'Académie royale des Sciences un nouvel instrument destiné à mesurer le diamètre du Soleil : l'héliomètre. J. Short en prend connaissance en 1752 et retire alors des archives de la Royal Society un mémoire non publié, de Servington Savery, ...

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Source: Enssib

Formation dans les réseaux départementaux des bibliothèques centrales de prêt : problématique et enjeux (La)

Gemmerle, Martine 

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Source: Persée

Parole publique des femmes et conflictualité pendant la Révolution, dans le sud-est de la France

Lapied, Martine (2006)

II existe relativement peu de traces de la parole publique des femmes « ordinaires », néanmoins des recherches approfondies dans les fonds d'archives montrent qu'elle a existé. Cette parole devient plus facilement visible en situation de crise, de conflictua- lité, dans les périodes d' ...

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Source: HAL

The rules of exception: the regulation of politics in Mali and Niger

Chauzal, Grégory (24 jun. 2011)

Whereas oversized coalitions successfully stabilized the Malian political path, the recurrent military Coups in Niger (1996, 1999 and 2010) focused more on the politico-praetorian wonderings and their consequences for the transitional process. Then, the political and military modes of administration ...

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Source: Persée

Sitalkès et Athènes dans le « Rhèsos » d'Euripide. Réponse à Mr. Sinko

Grégoire, Henri et al. (1934)

Grégoire Henri, Goossens Roger. Sitalkès et Athènes dans le « Rhèsos » d'Euripide. Réponse à Mr. Sinko. In: L'antiquité classique, Tome 3, fasc. 2, 1934. pp. 431-446.

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Aspects of the Relationship between Science and Spirituality in the History of Thought : Isaac Newton and Georges Lemaître. The quest for truth.

Omarjee, Ismaël (4 nov. 2010)

This research questions the existence, nature and role of the relationship between science and spirituality in the construction of scientific knowledge and, more generally, in the history of thought. To address this topic, we have chosen to examine the work of two spiritualist scholars: Isaac Newton ...

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