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Le bon grain et l'ivraie. La sélection des migrants en Occident, 1880-1939

Rygiel, Philippe (2006)

International audience This volume studies the birth of the migration control system in the north atlantic and its development during the firts half of the twentieth century, with a specific focus on France, Brasil and Germany. La première partie évoque la genèse des systèmes de sélection des ...

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Source: HAL

We need a fence! : A political sociology of pro-fence mobilizations in Israel and in Arizona (United States of America)

Simonneau, Damien (6 nov. 2015)

Beyond controlling mobility of undesirables, the function of the building up of “fences” on territorialboundaries is also to reassure fenced-in citizens. By analyzing the cases of Israel and the USA, thepresent dissertation investigates how the fenced territory becomes the place of a public ...

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Representation of the enemy in the American cinema : from the post-war years to the fall of the Berlin Wall

Ballion, Frédérique (18 juin 2014)

In order to study the various representations of the enemy conveyed during the ColdWar, we preferred to adopt a crossed-analysis of both the political andcinematographic discourses. The concept of enemy, which was inherent to theforeign policy at that time, took part in the process of legitimization ...

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Source: HAL

The cybercrime sanctions within both European Union and West African states

Tano-Bian, Anmonka Jeanine-Armelle (28 mai 2015)

Each party of the space, realized by the ground, maritime or air borders is desired by the nations which succeed in making it private grounds with the exception of a single component: the cyberspace. This place of exchanges and circulation of information freed itself from this cornering. It is what ...

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Refugee identity, transversal identity.
Refugees in Delhi within the institutional, community and associative dynamics

Baujard, Julie (17 déc. 2008)

This thesis examines the category of people known as “refugees” and the impact this categorization has on the creation of an identity in the limited framework of Delhi, space of convergence, space of dispersion. The refugee category includes people of different ethnic groups, religions, and ...

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The Catholic Church and the political Powers in Saint-Denis diocese in Reunion Island from 1911 to 1981

Turpin, Éric (29 nov. 2010)

The decree of February 6th 1911 applies the law of December 9th 1905 to separate the Church and the State in the French colonies of Martinique, Guadeloupe and Reunion. This complete separation gives to the religious institution its freedom since it is not under the financial and juridic dependence ...

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Attachment in atopic dermatitis

Sage, Thierry (4 nov. 2011)

La dermatite atopique est une dermatose inflammatoire apparaissant préférentiellement avant l’âge de cinq ans, et évoluant naturellement vers la guérison après l’adolescence dans plus de 90% des cas. L’origine de cette amélioration spontanée n’est pas clairement établie dans cette ...

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Faiseurs et passeurs de patrimoine XIXe-XXIe siècle

Le Hégarat, Thibault et al. (20 oct. 2015)

Cette publication fait suite à la journée d’études « Faiseurs et passeurs de patrimoine XIXe-XXIe siècle » qui s’est tenue le 7 mai 2014 à la bibliothèque universitaire de l’Université de Versailles Saint Quentin, Guyancourt. Elle rassemble des contributions de chercheurs issus de ...

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Presence, forms and issues of demoniac in the interwar’s catholic novel (François Mauriac, Georges Bernanos, Julien Green)

Roux, Alexandra (14 nov. 2014)

The interwar’s literature is known as a frantic and creative period concerning literary forms, and the demoniac’s figure arises from this effervesence. Suffering from a new « sickness of the century », many writers – most of them as catholics – raise the idea of evil under the guise of ...

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