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Mot-clé : La société des affects Frédéric Lordon_x
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The change of logic of social welfare for the unemployed in the European Union: from income provision to reintegration on the labour market

Julien, Reysz (25 may 2010)

Obtention du grade de docteur avec la mention très honorable The crisis of the employment and social welfare model in the early 80s has led to a new definition of the social welfare which has gone from redistribution to reintegration on the labour market. Based on the principle of income provision, ...

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Source: Hypotheses.org

Colloque international "Espace, culture, violence: l'imaginaire néolibéral", 29-31 mars 2012, Université Paris-Ouest / Lieu-Dit

Alexis Cukier (12 march 2012)

Les propositions pionnières de la société du Mont-Pélerin pour faire franchir une nouvelle étape au libéralisme occidental, et en radicaliser les principes, ont maintenant plus d'un demi-siècle. Les grandes réflexions critiques del’après-68 sur le « nouveau libéralisme », chez Michel ...

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Source: HAL

Social sex relation as occupational health determinant : the empiric case of elderly care

Polesi, Hervé (25 sep. 2014)

Women occupational health should be seen as a collective issue, determined by social relations of sex. The traditional medical view of women's bodies refers to an understanding of an ever-failing body, and this is an obstacle to the recognition of attacks on women's health related to work. The ...

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Source: HAL

Social capital, philanthropy and identity : Implications for social economy

Sibony, Denis (26 nov. 2013)

How to explain variations in the level of donation in comparable countries? In all industrialized countries, the economic crisis of the 1980s encouraged the search for alternatives to the welfare state by encouraging third sector organizations to play a greater role in a partnership for the ...

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Regulatory systems and financial markets. Study of comparative law

Hecker, Lusitania (17 dec. 2013)

Les systèmes juridiques d’aujourd’hui diffèrent passablement de ceux en vigueur il y a quarante ans. L’affirmation est applicable notamment aux domaines économiques qui se trouvent sous l’empire de ce qu’on connaît comme régulation. En effet, un simple regard sur le droit contemporain ...

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Source: HAL

The Imagination of Crowds

Martinez Tagliavia, Francesca (dec. 2013)

International audience Literature produced around the notion of charisma (attributed to the chief, the master, the leader, the Father, the guru, the boss, etc.) has supplied, in the past, arguments for Nazi and Fascist propaganda (Cohen 2013; De Felice 1968). This seems clear by Hitler and Mussolini ...

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Nouvelle publication : "La société des affects. Pour un structuralisme des passions", par Frédéric Lordon

Eva Debray (10 sep. 2013)

Voilà que les sciences sociales contemporaines se prennent de passion pour les « émotions ». Mais le risque est grand que ce « tournant émotionnel » les fasse tomber dans un individualisme sentimental qui porte à son comble l’abandon des structures, des institutions et des rapports sociaux ...

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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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From dispossession to economic integration : Political economy of colonialism in Palestine

Al-Labadi, Taher (26 jun. 2015)

Most economic studies that have been done on Palestine are committed, whether explicitly or not, to overcome the ubiquity of the conflict between Palestinians and Israelis. Indeed, this is in line with standard economic thinking which places the market at the center of its interests, and overlooks ...

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Open Registers of Ships : A Gain for Small Island Economies ? : A Study from the Caribbean States

Angelelli, Pierre (6 jan. 2012)

Some States host Open Registers (also known under the pejorative term of “flags of convenience”): ships are registered regardless of their actual owners’ nationality or residence, and thus States enable them to escape from their country of origin’s legal framework. By being an aspect of ...

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