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Mot-clé : Pour la paix perpétuelle Emmanuel Kant | [réunis par Joël Lefebvre]_x
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Vie et mort des médias au Congo-Brazzaville (1989-2006) : contribution de La Semaine Africaine à l'émergence d'un espace public

Diamouangana, Gilles Alain (20 sep. 2013)

Congolese political changes of the early 1990s as a result of movements rejecting single-party regimes favor the reintroduction of multiparty politics, the emergence of a new private press and the "awakening" of the Dean of the Congolese private press La Semaine Africaine, the only independent title ...

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Source: Theses.fr

Taxation and reciprocity : Towards a shift in tax Administration and taxpayer relationships

Wrazen, Céline (25 nov. 2011)

Essence même des rapports sociaux, la réciprocité est le principe fondamental qui gouverne les échanges entre les êtres humains et qui permet de définir l’équilibre de leurs relations. Protéiforme et fonctionnelle, elle demeure une notion délicate à circonscrire puisqu’elle s’inscrit ...

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‘‘The place to be ?’’ Living and commuting within the “space-in-between”

Didier-Fèvre, Catherine (29 sep. 2015)

Cette thèse de doctorat mène une réflexion sur les mobilités juvéniles périurbaines sous l’angle de « l’entre-deux », terme caractérisant à la fois les espaces périurbains et la jeunesse. Comment la jeunesse vit-elle une localisation résidentielle, choisie par les parents, et se ...

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Sociogenesis of an institutional innovation : the experimental university of Vincennes

Dormoy-Rajramanan, Christelle (4 dec. 2014)

Relevant de l’intérêt renouvelé de l’histoire sociale pour la période des « années 1968 », ce travail cherche à comprendre à la fois les conditions de possibilité de la création d’une institution telle que le « Centre universitaire expérimental de Vincennes » et comment celle-ci ...

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Materialising memory in mountains : place, placing and Identity

Petit, Emmanuelle (28 sep. 2012)

This PhD thesis considers objects materialising different kinds of memories in the Western Alps. Despite the great variety of these objects, they share a common specificity: they all enact the idea of mountain,through different shapes and for different reasons. They can be monuments along a trail, a ...

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Animalism : a Sociological Study of a Contemporary Ideology and Pratice of Human / Animal Relationships

Celka, Marianne (6 dec. 2012)

This study is an attempt to understand how contemporary western culture models human nature. This anthropological constant, which makes humans unique beings in the world, is constantly being adapted to suit the distinctive features of the dominant culture and to suit the distinctive features of ...

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Itineraries, experiences and project : narratives of West-african migrants in Nouadhibou (Mauritania)

Counilh, Anne-Laure (18 dec. 2014)

Between 2005 and 2007, few thousands of African migrants left the West African Coast of Mauritania, particularly from the small harbour town of Nouadhibou, and accosted the Canary Islands. Nowadays, as migration politics tend towards more and more restrictions, Nouadhibou has soon become the center ...

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Relative notions in civil law

Bodin, Marc (28 nov. 2011)

Une notion relative (formée d’un concept de base et d’un qualificatif) pourrait apparaître comme unedisposition équivoque. Le principe de légalité impose cependant de fonder toute décision sur unenorme de référence ; la saisine d’une juridiction laisse d’ailleurs supposer que le ...

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The Little School of the Two Cities, origins and contribution of the Sunday School movement to the development of popular education un France from 1814 to 1902, a 'pan-anthropic' model of education

Ruolt, Anne (20 sep. 2010)

Though contemporary historiography is quasi-unanimous, referring to the French Revolution and to Condorcet's Rapport sur l'instruction to establish the birth of (French) education of the masses, according to Mallinson Sunday Schools (SdS) are the 'true beginning of public education, open to all ...

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Free Software as Utopia. The Building of Social Change Projects in Relation to the Free Software Movement.

Broca, Sebastien (12 jan. 2012)

The social significance acquired by free software has led to the constitution of a utopia, which is part of contemporary political imaginaries. Its scope now reaches far beyond the sociocultural environment where it was born (the hacker world) : the principles of open source have appealed to many, ...

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