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Mot-clé : Principes du gouvernement représentatif Bernard Manin_x
Source: HAL

Telesio INTERLANDI, un intellectuel fasciste antisémite (1894-1965)

Pouech, Elisabeth (8 dec. 2001)

This study focuses on the press work of one of the kingpin of the fascist anti-Semit propaganda : Telesio Interlandi. Influenced by the French far-right culture, he campaigned for a conquering nationalism, and from the year 1922 he adopted with enthusiasm Mussolini's positions. Brilliant polemicist, ...

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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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Source: HAL

Switzerland and the European Union : research on the institutionalization of a relationship between the EU and a third country

Mazille, Clémentine (5 dec. 2014)

The relationship between Switzerland and the European Union can bedescribed as a tension between the interiority and the exteriority of the former to the latter.This ambivalence is emphasised by the effect of the passage of time. The interactionbetween objectivism and subjectivism can explain both ...

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Source: HAL

Local Citizenship in Sweden. Durability, changes and experiments

Richard, Marie-Pierre (18 dec. 2014)

Studies on citizenship in Sweden carried out in France have mostly focused on the national level. However local government in cities, counties or regions has become highly legitimate to address citizenship over the last decades. Local authorities implement at their level the most part of the ...

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Source: HAL

Observations on the System of International Criminal Law - “Criminal” Responsibility of States and Other Legal Entities Compared to that of Individuals in International Law

Quirico, Ottavio (13 dec. 2005)

The “System of International Criminal Law” encompasses the whole body of rules governing international criminal responsibility. In both general principles and relative norms, some rules, sufficiently developed and coherent, govern individual responsibility, whereas other rules, less developed ...

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Napoleon and Milan : production, reception and delegation of the napoleonic power (1796-1814)

Buclon, Romain (13 oct. 2014)

This thesis focuses on the political and cultural links between Napoleon and Milan from 1796 to 1814. The author pays particular attention to changes in production, reception and delegation of power from general Bonaparte to Napoleon Ist, King of Italy. Cette thèse s'intéresse aux liens politiques ...

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Je ne suis plus celle que j'étais

Verneuil, Anne 

D'un congrès de l'ABF l'autre, que 20 ans séparent, une même question demeure : "Quel métier?" que celui de bibliothécaire, mais aujourd'hui, une deuxième question s'invite : "quelles compétences?", qui, hier, ne se fût pas distinguée de la première. Un décalage qui résume notre présent ...

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Source: HAL

Youngsters of popular suburbs and youth policy : willingness and resistance of the young

Hbila, Chafik (7 dec. 2012)

The aim of the thesis is to try to answer the question of knowing how specificities of the steps of life of the young of popular suburbs. if any, are taken in account in the public policies, and particularly in youth policies at local level, especially by the local councils. From which references ...

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Trying to reconcile left identity and European economic integration : a comparative study of French Socialist Party and German Social-Democratic Party facing the challenges of the Common Market between The Hague Summit (1969) and the Single European Act (1986)

Barrière, Anne-Lise (13 jun. 2014)

Between the conference of The Hague (1965) and the signing of the Single European Act (1986), the European Construction was foremost an economic endeavour aiming at integrating the European societies and based on the free movement of goods, people, services and money. The creation of the common ...

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Source: HAL

Populisme et démocratie semi-directe

Premat, Christophe (2005)

If the feelings of frustration against the representative system are expressed by populism, it is crucial to question the link between a disappointment vis-à-vis the institutions and the semi-direct democracy instruments. By comparing France and United States in order to analyze on the one hand how ...

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