You are here : Home › search
› SEARCH
Title
Author
Mot-clé
Année avant
Année après
More options

› REFINE

› SEARCH RESULTS  
323 résults › Sorting  › By 
Mot-clé : Penser au-delà de l'État Marc Abélès_x
Source: HAL

Mises en scène et rituels politiques : une approche critique

Abélès, Marc (1990)

International audience This article considers the nature of rituals and political symbols in our societies. The author proposes to confront different approaches to these phenomena, one point of view being to highlight the sociological determinants of political rituals. The conceptual framework for ...

See more information | View the document card

Source: HAL

Political anthropology of contemporary finance: valuing, investing, innovating

Ortiz, Horacio (18 dec. 2008)

Through participant observation in three companies between 2002 and 2004 and interviews with professionals, this work analyzes the everyday practices that constitute the power of contemporary finance: the capacity to define value, to orient investment and to frame change. This power is organized by ...

See more information | View the document card

Source: Theses.fr

The uprooted roses : transformation of the recruitment of the socialist staff : social logics in the political logics (ending XIXe-2012)

Hû, Grégory (25 sep. 2014)

Cette thèse entreprend d’examiner les transformations du recrutement du personnel politique socialiste de la fin du XIXe siècle à 2012 en établissant le passage d’une logique sociale à une logique politique du renouvellement des élus et cadres partisans à partir des années 1990. Sur la ...

See more information | View the document card

Source: HAL

The genesis of Eastern Partnership: Polish elites and European foreign polic

Campain, Marie (26 nov. 2010)

The objective of this research was to study the genesis of the Eastern Partnership as a European public policy dealing with foreign policy. Officially launched in 2008, this European policy has aimed to provide a new framework for relationships between, on the one hand, the EU and its member states ...

See more information | View the document card

Source: HAL

Practices and faces of the intercommunality in the Alpes-Maritimes : Local stakes in the emergence of a new political and institutionnal space

Siribie, Mahamadou (19 nov. 2013)

The establishment of EPCI with their own taxes in the Alpes-Maritimes is the result of conflicts, compromises and arrangements between locally elected dominating powers constantly aiming to reinterpret intercommunality based on the community’s interests. Far from actually “simplifying and ...

See more information | View the document card

Source: HAL

From Junk to Funk : Off Cultures and City Development

Vivant, Elsa (31 may 2006)

In this thesis, we consider how underground or alternative cultural activities, which we call off, could work for urban development much as mainstream cultures, or in, do. We propose that underground cultural activities are an important part of the cultural landscape of a city and, in this way, ...

See more information | View the document card

Source: Theses.fr

Political society against civil society, from 1970's since today. A french democratic paradox

Bomberger, Estelle (29 nov. 2013)

Partout où l'homme est libre, il se croit dans les fers. Tel est le paradoxe démocratique qui ouvre à l'individu moderne un espace important de liberté, tout en lui conférant en parallèle le sentiment d'en être privé. A la séparation traditionnelle des pouvoirs, se superpose désormais ...

See more information | View the document card

Source: HAL

Le féodalisme, un horizon théorique

Guerreau, Alain (1980)

Parcours de l'évolution de la conception du système de l'Europe médiévale depuis le 19e siècle, suivi d'une tentative d'élaboration d'un nouveau schéma.

See more information | View the document card

Source: HAL

RETHINKING THE INTERCULTURAL DIMENSION OF COMMUNICATION Performing Cultures and Constructing Identities in a European Association

Frame, Alexander, (2 dec. 2008)

This thesis examines the way in which the multiple cultures and identities that people are likely to summon up during an encounter influence the nature of their social interactions. It draws on the epistemological heritage of symbolic interactionism, rather than that of cross-cultural psychology, ...

See more information | View the document card

Source: HAL

The body writing and myth of the writer : Psychological critic analysis of Place des fêtes, Hermina and La fête des masques of Sami Tchak

Ndombi Loumbangoye, Ornella Pacelly (7 jan. 2016)

In the heart of the aesthetic transformations of African literature of French expression, a special form of writing that breaks with the dull and linear narrative of the writers of the post-colonial period appears. Also, this new way of writing gives way to a new generation of francophone writers ...

See more information | View the document card