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Mot-clé : Extrémismes en France Jean-Yves Camus_x
Source: HAL

The Deaf-Mutes of the Belle Epoque, a changing community

Cantin, Yann (10 dec. 2014)

A question arises regularly on the situation of the Deaf of the Belle Epoque, which is commonly called deaf-dumb. Indeed, following the wishes of the Milan Congress requesting the adoption of a new method of education of deaf children, the pure oral method, banning sign language, the situation of ...

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Source: HAL

The status of muslim minorites and their member in the states of European Union

Chalabi, Abdoul Hamid, (11 jan. 2011)

The permanent presence of Muslim minorities in the countries of the European Union has become a reality.This massive and lasting presence has changed the religious European scene in the 20th century.But the development of the Muslim presence in the countries of the European Union has been a ...

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Source: Enssib

L’archipel des bibliothèques

Miura, Taro 

L’histoire des bibliothèques au Japon diffère sensiblement de celles du vieux continent. Appuyé par une loi, le développement du réseau des bibliothèques publiques a épousé les vicissitudes de l’Histoire du Japon moderne, de son essor à la sortie de la guerre aux difficultés d’une ...

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Source: HAL

Remapping intellectual generations in the United States : The Life and Work of Howard Zinn ( 1922- )

Ivol, Ambre (30 nov. 2009)

Howard Zinn's life and work embodies contradictory dynamics. Though himself from a generation which came of age during the Great Depression and World War Two, he became a leading figure of the New Left as well as a representative of the new social history. He indeed rose to prominence as a public ...

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Source: Theses.fr

Iran in five french weekly magazines since the 1979 Revolution

Terrany, Bernard (7 dec. 2012)

Le moins qu’on puisse dire est que l’Iran depuis la prise de pouvoir par les Ayatollahs en 1979 est un pays qui intéresse les hebdomadaires français et plus généralement les journalistes de notre pays. Une approche quantitative des articles consacrés à ce pays le prouve aisément. Mais il ...

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Source: HAL

Deconstruction and reconstruction in the oeuvre of Michel Butor and of Alain Robbe-Grillet : the nouveau roman's contribution to the social imaginary of the Glorious Thirty (1946-1975)

Perugini, Gabriel (11 dec. 2015)

The nouveau roman passed to posterity as one of the main examples of an intransitive moment of french literature. By destabilizing the narration and the plot, the spatio-temporal framework, the characters and the voices, the Nouveau Roman disputes the realistic referential mimesis and turns itself ...

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Source: HAL

The theory of the essay in the second half of the XXth century (French, English and German languages)

Langlet, Irène (12 dec. 1995)

A synthesis of the theoretical and critical studies of the literary essay brings to light three types of stakes. As regards the theory of literary genres, the essay demands particular strategies for being legitimated as a literary genre ; it implies a overhaul of the general theory of literature and ...

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Source: HAL

Les modes de régulation des usages des espaces naturels en France et au Mexique Analyse des cas de la Brenne et du bassin du Tepalcatepec

Bonnefond, Mathieu (24 march 2009)

This thesis analyses the processes of regulation of natural area uses in France and Mexico. Such processes imply nationally-defined legal rules of allocation and protection of space and natural resources, but also rules established locally. In this perspective the conceptual framework of ...

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