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Source: HAL

Fortified sites seigniorial and aristocratic residences in the ancient country of Astarac between the Xth century and the XVIth century.

Guinaudeau, Nicolas (26 may 2012)

This study of the aristocratic residences of the ancient county of Astarac results from works done between 2003 and 2011. It is part of general survey of the medieval fortresses of Midi-Pyrénées which started in 1994 and aims at evaluating the patrimony of this region. The main purpose was an ...

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Source: Theses.fr

The genesis of the right of industrial property

Gobert, Perle (13 nov. 2015)

Le droit de la propriété industrielle peut apparaître comme un droit assez récent dans le pay-sage juridique français, mais ce présupposé n’est qu’un leurre. Sa présence est attestée dès le commencement des pratiques artistiques et artisanales pendant l’Antiquité. La prise de ...

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Source: HAL

Security, the founding of the Central African state : rechearch contribution of the rule of law

Doui Wawaye, Augustin Jérémie (9 march 2012)

"Ensuring order and security" is a deep-seated desire shared by the whole of humanity. It is therefore reasonable to devote this thesis to the place occupied by insecurity in public debate in the Central African Republic, a state covering roughly the same surface area as France. Security implies ...

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Source: HAL

Social system and fiction : example of Michel Houellebecq and Jezy Oilch

Hladki, Pawel (10 dec. 2014)

Social body, as a large connection of interdependent organisms, takes part in elaboration of a literary work, which is the product of three main subsystems: politico-economical (responsible for the adaptation to environmental conditions), cultural (concerning the maintenance of standards and values) ...

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Source: HAL

Alternatives radios : the example of Radio Ici et Maintenant

Poulain, Sebastien (2 jul. 2015)

In this thesis, we wonder how countercultural movement found new places of expression through the increased accessibility of audiovisual, thanks to "free radio" fight. Specifically, we want to know why and how society and the French media have enabled the establishment of an alternative media like ...

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Source: HAL

From Asylum to the Community : a Geography of Mental Health Care in France

Coldefy, Magali (22 jun. 2010)

The development of psychiatry in France has a strongly territorial aspect, with a shift from the large asylums of the XIXth century to the 'sectorisation' policy that implemented deinstitutionalization (e.g. the closure of beds and the opening of new community-based structures) in a territorial ...

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Publication IFRA Nairobi : Elections in a Hybrid Regime: Revisiting the 2011 Ugandan Polls

Instituts de recherche français à l'étranger (30 jan. 2015)

Elections in a Hybrid Regime: Revisiting the 2011 Ugandan Polls, édité par Sandrine Perrot, ...

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Source: HAL

A renown abbey in modern times : the Abbaye aux Dames de Saintes

Tissot, Allan (16 apr. 2012)

Between the late Middle Ages and the French Revolution, the story of the Saintes Abbey is worth being known to help having a better knowledge about religious communities and of Saintonge itself. It was the second feminine community in France because of its incomes, and the second richest lord in its ...

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Source: HAL

What use are Human Rights? : collective action and political change in Cameroon and Kenya

Pommerolle, Marie-Emmanuelle (3 oct. 2005)

Through a comparative analysis of Human Rights groups in Kenya and Cameroon, our study demonstrates that Human Rights, as a discourse of protest, are not universally efficient. Whatever the universal acceptance of Human Rights, non-governmental organisations that defend them are heavily dependent on ...

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