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Faire vivre les ressources numériques dans la bibliothèque physique. Le cas des bibliothèques universitaires

Souchon, Frédéric 

Mémoire de fin d'étude du diplôme de conservateur, promotion 22 portant sur les possibilités de valorisation des ressources numériques dans la bibliothèque physique dans le contexte des bibliothèques universitaires.

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Réécriture de l'histoire australienne : affirmation d'un point de vue aborigène Benang From the Heart de Kim Scott : déconstruction de la version univoque de l'homme blanc, vers une multiplicité de récits

Laussedat, Marine (12 sep. 2013)

This study is concerned with the history of the Australian nation and with the deconstruction of the latter in Kim Scott's Benang from the Heart. In order to understand how and why the writer undertakes this task of reassessing the white monopoly over history, the following analysis offers an ...

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Obligations and responsabilities of the lawyer

Naoui, Said (25 nov. 2014)

The history of lawyers is a history marked by changes and renovations. It focuses on the transformation of society. The profession of lawyer reflects the reality of society. It is the image of a modern society and in the same time of an archaic society in which the lawyer defends the honor, dignity ...

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The French legal framework of islamic credit operation

Cekici, Ibrahim Zeyyad (18 dec. 2012)

The development of the Islamic finance drew the attention of the French public authorities, bankers and lawyers since a few years. This finance, which rules by the Islamic law, does not apply the interest, but two other methods of payment of the financiers: on the one hand, the principle of the ...

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Innovation systems and territories ; a set of interactions ; the examples of cashew nut and jatropha in Southwestern Burkina Faso.

Audouin, Sarah (12 jun. 2014)

Due to globalization of trade and the need to fulfill the challenges raised by climate change and the energy crisis, African agricultures are required to grow new crops. Their insertion in productive spaces has been successful like the cashew nut in West Africa, or has encountered some setbacks as ...

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Réseaux d'observation sociale. Caractérisation et performance

Héreng, Hélène (7 jul. 2003)

« Social observation » is the study of the social dimension of organisations. The systems of social observation have their objective to inform management about the social dynamic within the company or organisation. This information allows the enrichment of social dialogue and accompanies ...

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Technological change, growth and inequality

Mnif Amouri, Sirine (3 apr. 2013)

The aim of the thesis is to show not only that the technological change is a determinant of economic growth, but also to analyze its relationship with inequality. This track, which is the director online of this work, is operated from theoretical models and empirical applications following many ...

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The social treatment of autism : a sociological study of medical diagnosis

Borelle, Céline, (27 jun. 2013)

The notion of “social treatment” allows considering that autism presents a certain form of reality before being the object of different kinds of practices and knowledge. The notion of “social treatment” is preferred to that of “social construction” to avoid the idea that autism acquires ...

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The representation and theorisation of nobility in the fifteenth century Castilian literary treaties : an edition of Ferrán Mexía's Nobiliario Vero

Gonzalez-Vazquez, Sara (6 dec. 2013)

At the end of the fifteenth century, the Castilian nobility is getting reorganised. Until then, nobility was profoundly linked to chivalry, but at that time, chivalry is opening to newcomers with the Reconquista war. Furthermore, a new social category is surrounding the Trastamare kings: the ...

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The management of autonomy
Trajectories of Argentina's autonomous workers in the 90s

Poblete, Lorena (28 nov. 2008)

This research has to main goals. On the one hand, I intend to discuss how the category of self-employed worker became a valuable tool for labour flexibilisation in the 90s due to its ability to create labour relationships that are more flexible than those set forth by the labour reform. On the other ...

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