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Source: HAL

Foreign teaching in Egypt and the local elite. The French-speaking world and national identities (1920-1960)

Abécassis, Frédéric (17 jan. 2000)

This work on social history tries to study the elite of Egypt based on the educational investment which they made in foreign schools, and particularly in French schools, from 1920 to 1960.The period under consideration corresponds to a time when views on national identity are being formed, ...

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Source: Theses.fr

“War, the most terrible erosion”. War cultures and academic geographers, Germany-France-United States (1914-1921)

Ginsburger, Nicolas (30 nov. 2010)

Lorsque la Grande Guerre éclate en 1914, le champ mondial de la géographie universitaire est structuré en écoles locales et nationales, liées par des publications, des débats scientifiques et des rassemblements au niveau international. Cette étude d’histoire comparée montre que les trois ...

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Source: HAL

African marriage, between tradition and modernity : a socio-anthropological study of couple and marriage in the Gabonese culture

Bounang Mfoungué, Cornelia (4 may 2012)

In Gabon, marriage is an institution which allows the union of two persons and two families. In legal terms, only the civil marriage has a legal value. But the traditional marriage still called usual marriage is an important step which takes place at the ceremony of the dowry. This study deals about ...

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Source: HAL

Moral Harassment in the French Workplace: A Sociological Analysis

Salah-Eddine, Laïla (27 feb. 2008)

Marie-France Hirigoyen, a French psychologist, coined the phrase “moral harassment” in 1998. As fuzzy and imprecise as the concept is, it encountered great public success, leading to its being passed into French law in 2002. Although there is a wealth of literature on the subject, “moral ...

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Source: HAL

TV representations of men and women relationships : a gender approach

Biscarrat, Laetitia (25 jun. 2012)

During the 20th century, women get increasingly emancipated and freed, hence redefining social and political statuses of men and women. The media contributed to blur the frontiers between the private and public spheres and new roles were determined for men and women. This investigation in the field ...

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Source: HAL

Sociability, Freemasonry and social networking. Contribution for a social and cultural history of the Enlightement European space.

Beaurepaire, Pierre-Yves (23 nov. 2002)

L'inédit de cette HDR replace l'expansion foudroyante et durable de l'ordre maçonnique dans son environnement social et culturel en l'intégrant au « commerce de société » des élites européennes marqué par le renouvellement rapide de l'offre et les exigences nouvelles en terme de loisir ...

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Source: HAL

Post-independence, dissonance, malaise and violence in anglophone african literature : from disenchantment to decay ?

Awitor, Etsè (2 oct. 2015)

Through the analysis of the daily life of the protagonists, the socio-political, economic and cultural post-independence dissonance and malaise, this study spotlights the different forms of violence as portrayed in Ayi Kwei Armah’s The Beautyful Ones Are Not Yet Born, Fragments, Meja Mwangi’s ...

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Source: HAL

"Discordia concordans" : Ruthenians of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania at the time of the Union of Brest (mid-16th century - mid-17th century)

Tatarenko, Laurent (1 feb. 2014)

This study on the Ruthenian community of the 16th and 17th centuries analyses the religious life of Eastern Christians of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, at the moment of the division of the Kievan metropolinate between Roman and Constantinopolitan obediences. With the example of western ...

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Source: HAL

LA PRESSE DE TERRITOIRE : D'une conception stéréotypée à une consommation sécurisante.

Demeure, Gilles (18 dec. 2009)

This thesis examines the interface, the link, the relay between the magazine of territory, the citizen consumer, and the territory itself. About the purchasers of the territory magazine press, what attracts attention is the development of spaces observed by the media which promotes knowledge both of ...

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Source: HAL

THE LIMITS TO GROWTH IN A GLOBAL WORLD - MODELLING, FORECASTING, REFUTATION

Vieille Blanchard, Élodie (30 jun. 2011)

This PhD in History of Science focuses on the Limits to Growth report, published in 1972, and more generally on the debate about the limits to growth, in the period from 1945 to 1990. Cette thèse d’Histoire des Sciences est centrée sur le rapport au Club de Rome de 1972, affirmant l’existence ...

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