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Source: HAL

Nawdm translation of a Pauline letter

Ballarin-Ducasse, Hélène, (5 dec. 2014)

For speakers of minority languages, the pleasure of being able to read the great works of antiquity and of being able to access world literature in one's own language requires the hard work of translation. This dissertation presents a case in point, reporting on an experimental translation method ...

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Source: HAL

About a Social Media's sociology approach. Internet and the media revolution: new media and interaction.

Merra, Lucile (15 nov. 2013)

This thesis is focused on the analysis of a topic that is still a “work in progress” in Sociology: social media. Although this tautological expression may be amazing at first sight, it appears that no academic definition of social media has been proposed to date. This gap in academic research ...

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Source: Enssib

Quelle(s) place(s) pour les documents imprimés dans les futures bibliothèques ?

Poirot, Cécile 

Mémoire de fin d'étude du diplôme de conservateur, promotion DCB19, portant sur la place à accorder aux documents imprimés dans les bibliothèques suite à l'essor des ressources électroniques des années 90.

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Source: HAL

Treating chronic illness : when the equipping work reveals autonomy and attachments

Vaillant, Marie-France, (17 dec. 2012)

Common speech calls for patient autonomy. Yet chronic illness care also reveals attachments. This is what we propose to highlight, through our thesis that takes for example diabetes and plans through the development of the concept of ‘the equipping work', questioning the autonomy, which is far to ...

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Littératie médiatique et petite enfance. Appropriation de contenus audiovisuels par des jeunes enfants non-lisants et sourds

Kounakou, Komi (3 jul. 2012)

La thèse s’appuie sur le concept de littératie médiatique. Après l’avoir défini, elle s’emploie à le mettre en œuvre pour les enfants non-lisants (2 à 7 ans) du Togo et/ou sourds (7 à 12 ans) de France. Partant de l’hypothèse que les contenus médiatiques peuvent contribuer au ...

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A collaborative approach to network-based language learning in the case of English for Specific Purposes (English for biologists)

Sarré, Cédric (13 dec. 2010)

This action-research aims at exploring the potential of Computer-Mediated-Communication for the distance teaching and learning of English for Specific Purposes (ESP). The main objective is to help learners specializing in life sciences build their interactional competence in L2 English through ...

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Livre numérique : L'usage peut-il être le moteur de la politique documentaire ? Comparaison France États-Unis

Le Torrec, Mélanie 

Mémoire de fin d'étude du diplôme de conservateur, promotion 22 portant sur la politique documentaire du livre numérique dans les bibliothèques universitaires françaises et aux Etats-Unis.

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Receipt of social and humanitarian advertisements and their effects : a pragmatic study of images of childhood

Junger-Aghababaie, Mona (26 apr. 2013)

Afin d'examiner la réception des publicités sociales et humanitaires, cette étude pluridisciplinaire analyse trois dimensions initiales : savoir avec l'objet, faire/être avec l'objet et analyse de l'objet. Ce choix est justifié sur la base d'une méthodologie pluridimensionnelle basée sur les ...

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Discourses on women and discourses of women. An ethno-sociopragmatics analysis of the Implicit in some texts of francophone cameroonian theater

Ngo Mbai - Gweth Ndjicki, Mireille (1 jun. 2009)

The theatrical text is an open and incomplete one that displays in it a hollow, an empty space the care of it is in principle ultimately the producer, who turns it into show to the public, responsible of its own right to fill in the gaps. It is around these voids, these cavities, these unspokens of ...

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Source: HAL

Cross-cultural communication by French-speaking Vietnamese in professional integration : ethics and cooperation

Nguyen, Minh Nguyet (30 sep. 2011)

This thesis studies the professional integration in Vietnam of French-speakers in terms of communication. The study context involves French recruiters and Vietnamese candidates in authentic recruitment situations. Introduction presents an overview of the problem: if, as declared by E.T. Hall, ...

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