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Mot-clé : La culture communiste en France Régis Antoine_x
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L’enseignement de la bibliothéconomie et des sciences de l’information

Dhiman, Anil Kumar 

Le « changement de décor », décrit par Kalpana Dasgupta, repose notamment sur la formation dispensée en bibliothéconomie. Impulsée par des disciples de Melvil Dewey, illustrée par l’une de ses figures les plus célèbres, S. R. Ranganathan, sur quelle organisation repose-t- elle aujourd’hui ?

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Source: HAL

The cultural diplomacies of the Federal Republic Germany and France from 1961 to 1973 in Brazil

Lanoe, Elise (21 may 2012)

This doctoral thesis draws a parallel between the cultural diplomacies of the Federal Republic of Germany and France from 1961 to 1973 in Brazil. It first deals with the connection between cultural exchanges and the great issues of the international relations of that time, which were marked by the ...

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Source: HAL

Orality in the literature of Africa's Horn : oral traditions, forms and pastoral mythologies literature, marks of orality in the literature

Moussa, Souleiman Obsieh (13 nov. 2012)

The Horn of Africa has a traditional oral literature which is rich and varied as the rest of the continent, starting from pastoral mythology to poetry, legend and storytelling. But with the social upheaval which occurred with the arrival of European settlers and the introduction of writing, the ...

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Source: HAL

Associations et coopératives, hier et aujourd'hui : un regard sur la Sicile à partir du capital social

Cohendet, Elisabetta (24 may 2011)

Non-profit organizations (NPO) help in keeping alive those pluralist places which are vital for democracy making processes. The link between the vitality of the voluntary sector and the production of social capital is established because NPO take an active part in the confidence spreading process ...

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Source: Fabula

Fabula, actualité des parutions (monographies)

Équipe de recherche Fabula 

Fabula, actualités et ressources pour la recherche et les études littéraires : revue, annonces de colloques et d'appels à contribution, parutions, comptes rendus critiques et débats

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Source: HAL

Age in social law : study in european, french and deutsch law

Razé, Laetitia (9 dec. 2013)

Dealing with longer life expectancy and demographic deficit is currently a huge challenge for the social system of European member states. To face this challenge, it is necessary for legislators to develop a dedicated protection policy for the young people in a business relationship context and, at ...

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Source: HAL

Free Software as Utopia. The Building of Social Change Projects in Relation to the Free Software Movement.

Broca, Sebastien (12 jan. 2012)

The social significance acquired by free software has led to the constitution of a utopia, which is part of contemporary political imaginaries. Its scope now reaches far beyond the sociocultural environment where it was born (the hacker world) : the principles of open source have appealed to many, ...

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Source: HAL

Invisibles families : public policies and residential trajectories of the Algerian migration (1945-1985)

Cohen, Muriel, (7 jun. 2013)

The Algerian family immigration in France has developed between the early 1950s and early 1980s, under a variety of configurations, depending on the context and social situations. The number of Algerian families in France has risen from a few thousand to about 100,000. At first, only the most stable ...

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Imaginations of a town : Barcelona through its landscapes. A geography of the literature study

Savary, Sophie (24 sep. 2005)

Town is both a material and symbolic object built by the relation that man keeps with it. The relation is created thanks to the experiences that each person lives in a town (Phenomenological hypothesis). The town is experienced on a personal ground particularly when it comes to its sensitive ...

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