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Mot-clé : La fin de l'idéologie Daniel Bell_x
Source: HAL

Profession: Eurodeputy
The French members of the European Parliament and the institutionnalisation of a new political and elective figure (1979-2004)

Beauvallet, Willy (26 nov. 2007)

The purpose of this PhD thesis is to examine how, in the context of the institutionalization of the European Union, a new category of political actors – members of the European Parliament or Eurodeputies - is created. Elected in national contexts, Eurodeputies are at the same time actors in a ...

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Source: HAL

Informal informative practices of teenagers on the Web

Aillerie, Karine (8 dec. 2011)

From an analytical reading of general surveys and the material collected during a fieldwork (59 semi-structured interviews of young pupils between 14 and 18 years old with an internet connection at home), we suggest approaching the reality of the informal informative practices of a group of ...

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Source: Theses.fr

Video gaming as a presence to the world : Socio-anthropology of the videogaming experience

Koster, Raphaël (21 march')"/> 2013)

La portée culturelle des jeux vidéo passe par le plaisir que les joueurs prennent à leurs pratiques. Cette étude propose d'analyser les régimes d'expérience vidéoludique. A partir d'entretiens qualitatifs et d'enquêtes anthropologiques, deux niveaux d'expérience ont été dégagés : la ...

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Source: HAL

Thoughts on the "urbanité" and "citadinité" of an American urban area: the (de)construction of Las Vegas

Nédélec, Pascale (10 dec. 2013)

As a world-renowned and iconic entertainment center, Las Vegas conjures up images of glitz, glitter and the Strip, the long boulevard featuring all the large hotel-casinos and entertainment options. Las Vegas is usually considered to be a free-wheeling, anything-goes kind of place and an ...

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Source: Persée

Exposé introductif

Lazarsfeld, Paul F. (1965)

Lazarsfeld Paul F. Exposé introductif. In: Communications, 5, 1965. Culture supérieure et culture de masse. pp. 3-12.

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Source: HAL

Estudiar el racismo, textos y herramientas Antología de textos teóricos traducidos al español referidos al etudio del racismo

Hoffmann, Odile et al. (2010)

Antología de textos teóricos traducidos al español referidos al estudio del racismo. Introducción de Oscar QUINTERO, Textos de Pierre-André TAGUIEFF, Colette GUILLAUMIN, Albert MEMMI, Véronique DE RUDDER , Christian POIRET y François VOURC'H, Teun VAN DIJK, Philomena ESSED, Candace WEST y ...

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Source: HAL

De Amicis and France (1870-1883) : contact and interaction between Italian and French literature at the end of the nineteenth century

Brambilla, Alberto (13 may 2011)

My research makes a contribution to the study of relations between Italy and France in the second half of the nineteenth century. Specifically, it deals with the crucial period which extends from the Franco-Prussian War to the adherence of Italy to the Triple Alliance (with Austria and Prussia) ...

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Source: HAL

Figures of oblivion : artistic images and the fabric of public memory, from the fifteenth century to the present

Cervera, Raphaël (25 nov. 2015)

Does our time truly know a memorial bidding? The idea of a loss would become almost unbearable to us. Many humanities studies have been devoted to memory (Halbwachs, Le Goff, Yates ...). For the last twenty years, however, oblivion has preoccupied artists (Pascal Convert or Anne and Patrick Poirier) ...

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Source: HAL

Urban ideology and political thinking in France between 1958 and 1981.

Busquet, Grégory (7 dec. 2007)

The Glorious Thirties period in France is characterized by a progressive change in public policies. But this period is as well marked by a double process held by protester discourses : on the one hand, a politicisation of the urban question, and on the other hand, an urbanization of left-wing ...

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