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Mot-clé : Grand atlas 2014 sous la direction de Frank Tétart_x
Source: Theses.fr

Experiences of journalism, Lyon, 1870-1914

Jampy, Marc (11 apr. 2013)

Cette thèse est héritière de l’histoire de la presse qui s’est d’abord intéressée aux journaux puis aux journalistes. Cette étude, des journaux et en parallèle des journalistes, vise à combler un vide sur le journalisme de la presse périodique. Elle s’intéresse à la période 1870- ...

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Local Citizenship in Sweden. Durability, changes and experiments

Richard, Marie-Pierre (18 dec. 2014)

Studies on citizenship in Sweden carried out in France have mostly focused on the national level. However local government in cities, counties or regions has become highly legitimate to address citizenship over the last decades. Local authorities implement at their level the most part of the ...

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Football’s coach : history of an occupation from 1890 till nowadays

Grün, Laurent (11 jan. 2011)

Since 1890, élite French footballers have become the centre of interest for an ever increasing number of people. But although players were the first to attract attention, it is taken for granted that coaches played the most prominent role in the evolution and improvement of French soccer. However, ...

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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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Cultural traditions and specificity of the philosophic tradition in Ukraine

Machet, Pierre-Alexandre (19 dec. 2014)

Ukraine, recently independent is going through a transition period and tries to bring back into favour his cultural, philosophical and religious heritage. In the first part of this study we deal with the ukrainian specificité made of religious and cultural roots : byzantine tradition and uniatism ...

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Political and identical mythology in Middle East conflict at the time of globalization

Richard, Thomas, (19 sep. 2014)

The goal of this dissertation is to study the way in which references have been created and are used by political actors in the Middle-Eastern conflicts, so that these references have become norms, which are contingent to their actions. These norms can be state-created or through private initiatives ...

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LIGNES DE FRONT : L'ART ET LA MANIERE DE PROTEGER LA NATURE

Guyot, Sylvain (15 oct. 2015)

Des fronts écologiques à la mise en art de la nature, approches multiscalaires.Quelle est la géographie politique des appropriations et des instrumentalisations territoriales réalisées au nom de la protection de la nature dans le monde ? Quelles grilles de lecture spatio-temporelles puis-je ...

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Local Citizenship in Sweden. Durability, changes and experiments

Richard, Marie-Pierre (18 dec. 2014)

Les études françaises sur la citoyenneté en Suède sont généralement centrées sur le niveau national. Or le niveau local des communes, landsting et régions a acquis au cours des dernières décennies une forte légitimité pour la citoyenneté. La citoyenneté sociale est assurée en grande ...

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European Hand Fans from Louis XIV to Louis-Philippe : subjects and meaning

Biger, Pierre Henri (3 oct. 2015)

Nowadays fans are often kitsch and for tourists. Associated with fashion, these fragile feminine objects have been misjudged and remain unknown. Built for this thesis from public and private collections and public sales, an eclectic database is capable, thanks to a statistical approach, to query and ...

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Water for Whom? Contrasts in spatio-temporal discourse on the Rhône River (France) and the Sacramento River (United States)

Comby, Emeline (1 dec. 2015)

A given society’s relationship with water is contextual, based on individual and public perceptions. This research investigated how public perception has been shaped by different stakeholders in two different river systems. To do so, we compared the trajectories of the Rhône River (France) and ...

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