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Mot-clé : Questions économiques contemporaines Nicolas Guerrero_x
Source: HAL

Communicating in noisy environments :
from adaptation to vocal loading

Garnier, Maëva (18 jun. 2007)

This work originates from the observation that some people are more likely than others to develop voice disorders when they often have to communicate in adverse conditions such as noisy environments. This thesis aims at understanding what induces these differences, in order to prevent vocal ...

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Source: HAL

Divide and Punish. Distance, Space and Punishment in French Prisons

Milhaud, Olivier (30 nov. 2009)

This Ph.D. thesis envisions a prison sentence as a geographical punishment – inmates are kept at a distance from their relatives and are confined to an enclosed area that is also internally subdivided. At the same time, as a spatial apparatus, the prison is also aimed to reintegrate inmates back ...

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Source: HAL

The myth of the Montserrat Black Virgin : formation and implementation (IXe-XXIe century)

Imperiali-Decker, Odile, (13 dec. 2013)

Thanks to the presence and implementation of the Mare de Déu, the abbey and the mountain of Montserrat became, in the course of the centuries, a religious symbol and a bastion of christianity, and, later on, the guardians of the catalan traditions, culture and identity. The religious founding myth, ...

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Source: Calenda

1812, la campagne de Russie

OpenEdition (5 apr. 2012)

Les 4 et 5 avril prochains aura lieu un colloque international, organisé par la Fondation Napoléon, le Souvenir napoléonien, le Centre de recherche en histoire des Slaves de l'Université Paris I, les Archives diplomatiques, et le Magazine L'Histoire, consacré à la campagne de Napoléon en ...

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Source: HAL

THE 1892 SPANISH-AMERICAN CONVERGENCE
Meetings to celebrate the 4th centenary of the discovery of America

Sanchez Albarracin, Enrique (11 dec. 2006)

The present thesis, rooted in the history of cultural relations between Europe and Latin America, analyses the concept of Spanish-America as it emerged in Spain in 1892 at the time of the 4th centenary of the discovery of America. Seventy years after its colonial empire had collapsed, in the ...

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LA BÊTE DANS LA LITTÉRATURE FANTASTIQUE

Cally, Jean William (22 nov. 2007)

Supernatural beast, in its carnivorous aspect, admirably served the initial perspective of fantasy literature, at the beginning of the XIXth century : to create the fear. The "fear of beast", embodied in avatars of voracious predator, knew in this way a frequent and varied use. Later, in the XXth ...

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Myths and their metamorphoses in the work of Agustín Espinosa (1897-1939)

Gómez Gutiérrez, Beatriz (13 dec. 2008)

Agustin Espinosa (1897-1939) was a famous author in his lifetime but forgotten under Franco. His work adapts all the main cultural movements of the era: he passes from the modernism of his youthful poems, to Spanish avant-garde movements (inspired by Ortega y Gasset's Dehumanisation of art), to ...

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Irresistible Democracy ? : explaining Democracies’ Defeats : The Failures of the U.S. in Vietnam and of Israel in Lebanon

Baranets, Elie (13 oct. 2015)

Les déboires, notamment récents, des démocraties en guerre ne peuvent êtreexpliqués par les théories de la « victoire démocratique ». Dominantes dans le champacadémique contemporain des Relations internationales, celles-ci confèrent aux démocraties unavantage militaire décisif. Rendre ...

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About the design of a virtualized and unified platform : Socio-technical analyzes of equipped "remote" working

Marrauld, Laurie, (5 dec. 2012)

This doctoral thesis in Management Sciences concerns the project WITE 2.0 dedicated to the analysis and the design of technical and organizational ICT device : an integrated platform for teleworking. This platform allows you to work "remotely" on a connected mode or not, from any device (PC, phone, ...

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