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Mot-clé : Sociologie ET anthropologie chez Pierre Bourdieu Lahouari Addi_x
Source: HAL

Didactic interactions in class of French not maternal language (tongue) (7-8-year-old children) in Algerian school : aimed ans practical linguistics skills of class

Stambouli, Meriem, (10 jun. 2011)

In order to analyse the difference between institutional guidelines (an approach according to skill), and actual practices in the French classes in Algeria, we used an ethnographic approach to the class, based on a body of film made in two sessions. The analysis of this body and of institutional ...

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Source: HAL

Essay on the crisis of the rent-oriented regim of accumulation in Algeria An approach in terms of regulation.

Bellal, Samir (30 march 2011)

Beyond its morphological aspect, the capital accumulation is above all a social dynamics in which the configurations that take the social connections play a key role. The objective of the current research study is to show that within a particular context of a rent-oriented economy (oil, in the ...

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Source: Persée

Violence symbolique et statut du politique chez Pierre Bourdieu

Addi, Lahouari (2001)

Théorie globale, la sociologie de Pierre Bourdieu contient une dynamique politique que libère la conflictualité sociale généralisée appréhendée à travers les concepts de domination, de pou­voir, de violence symbolique, etc. Cependant, la nature de ces concepts, en particulier celui de ...

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Source: HAL
Source: HAL

Pierre Bourdieu revisité. La notion de capital social.

Addi, Lahouari (2004)

URL Officielle: http://www.revues.msh-paris.fr/modele2/CrBiblio/ComptesRendus2.asp?id_perio=31&id_ouvsci=670 Le concept de capital social a été élaboré en référence avec le sens de l'honneur du village kabyle.

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Source: HAL

The Writing of Violence and Interculturality : Issues of Identity in Contemporary Mauritian novels written in French and English

Arnold, Markus (17 march 2012)

This research project explores the different inscriptions of postcolonial identities in an extensive corpus of Mauritian novels written in French and English between 1990 and 2010. Over these last few decades, aesthetic, thematic and poetic innovation can be observed in a young generation of ...

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Source: HAL

The relation between the French public authorities and the Harki population of Lot-et-Garonne from 1962 to nowadays : viewpoint on postcolonial administrative practices

Khemache-Girard, Katia, (27 jun. 2014)

In France, the expression “second generation” of Harkis is a surprising sociological and historical reality, because an administrative status would become a hereditary characteristic. The main theme of this study is the transmission of an identity. This transmission is publicly conveyed by the ...

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Source: FMSH

La mutation de la société algérienne

ADDI, Lahouari (30 jun. 2003)

Interrogé sur le pouvoir, la crise politique dans l'Algérie contemporaine et sur les mutations de la société algérienne, Lahouari Addi est invité à analyser les travaux de sociologie et d'anthropologie conduits dans les années 60 en Algérie par Pierre Bourdieu.Série d' ...

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Source: Theses.fr

Afghanistan and the language of equality : a social contract in the making on a world-system fault

Archambeaud, Gait (30 may 2013)

Engagée en Afghanistan depuis plus de dix ans, l'intervention internationale a fondé son argumentaire sur la reconstruction d'institutions à modèle démocratique, selon des concepts généralisés en Occident depuis le 18ème siècle et parmi eux le principe d'égalité. Ce modèle avait ...

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Source: HAL

Individual autonomy and the development of precariousness. Public policies and social suffering in the working class

Le Lay, Stéphane (14 dec. 2004)

Thèse réalisée entre 1998 et 2004. On the basis of four empirical studies, contextualised within the broader transformations of salaried employment, this thesis demonstrates the material and symbolic weakening of a large portion of the working class occupying subordinate positions. Faced with the ...

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