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For a literature of the interdependance. Literature and politic renewals in black Africa, from Mongo Beti

Magnier, Julien (23 nov. 2009)

The links between literature and african politic seem to be so close that they concentrated the problematics and the evolutions of artistic field. According to Mongo Beti, the relation is preponderant, whereas Alain Mabanckou asserts that this closeness is a possibility. Between these generations, ...

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Antonio Tabucchi's character construction and writer's engagement in narrative and journalistic prose

Gallotta, Gianmarco (20 oct. 2014)

Cette thèse propose une étude sur un des écrivains italiens contemporains les plus connus (en Italie et à l’étranger), Antonio Tabucchi (1943-2012). Dans cette thèse nous tenterons de comprendre deux topoi au sein de l’œuvre tabucchienne : le rapport auteur-personnage-lecteur et l’ ...

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Juan Bautista Alberdi : a speech between jurisdictional and state cultures

Sadler, Mélanie (21 oct. 2015)

This thesis points to study Alberdi’s thought and to demonstrate that it’s fundamentally a thought of the complexity of the categories founded on the hybrid character of the order which is contemporary to him. Alberdi inherited the legacy of two cultures, the traditional culture of Ancien ...

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Personal digital fabrication, discourses and practices of diff use design : A survey into FabLabs, hackerspaces and makerspaces between 2012 and 2015

Bosqué, Camille (27 jan. 2016)

FabLabs, hackerspaces and makerspaces are shared workshops, equipped with digital tools and organised in a network. These places are connected to the maker movement and are heirs to hackers.They off er themselves as places where anybody can come and make anything. In spite of some strong media ...

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Power and empathy : social philosophy, psychology and political theory

Cukier, Alexis (5 dec. 2014)

Cette étude questionne les catégories d’aliénation et de réification et les concepts de pouvoir et d’empathie pour fonder la critique des institutions du travail et de l’État dans les sociétés capitalistes contemporaines. L’aliénation est considérée en tant qu’elle consiste dans ...

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Eva and the labyrinth of mirrors. The myth of eternal feminie and the anti-heroine : from novel to film : Camille / Le roman de Marguerite Gauthier and A hora da estrela /The hour of the star

De Iglesias, Edyala (24 apr. 2014)

The critical analysis of the personages Marguerite Gauthier and Macabéa in the films -Camille / Le roman de Marguerite Gauthier, 1936 and A hora da estrela /The hour of the star,1986 - seeks to understand the mechanisms by which the myth of the eternal feminine ensures its permanence in ...

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The ambiguity of love relationships between occidental and native people in South East Asia : comparative approach of malaysian and thai cases

Bottero, Marion (14 jun. 2013)

Avec le développement des échanges mondialisés, les interactions sexuelles et/ou amoureuses entre Occident et pays en développement deviennent de plus en plus fréquentes. A travers l’étude comparative des relations entre Occidentaux et Thaïlandais ou Malaisiens nous verrons comment, par le ...

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Human itineraries in urban space based on the work of four authors of crime novels : Alicia Gimenez Bartlett, Antonio Lozano, Juan Madrid, Andreu Martin

Vida, Marie-Thérèse, (21 sep. 2013)

The Spanish crime novel that has been written over the last three decades can be essentially defined as an urban social novel. The movements of the detectives reveal the cartography of a Spanish urban space which is in mutation, reflecting the transformations undergone by Spanish society. Based on ...

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Moral Harassment in the French Workplace: A Sociological Analysis

Salah-Eddine, Laïla (27 feb. 2008)

Marie-France Hirigoyen, a French psychologist, coined the phrase “moral harassment” in 1998. As fuzzy and imprecise as the concept is, it encountered great public success, leading to its being passed into French law in 2002. Although there is a wealth of literature on the subject, “moral ...

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Ferrer, Isabel (23 jun. 2014)

Spain's transition towards democracy has widely been acclaimed. Yet it is far from settling all its scores with the past. During the early days of democracy prudence prevailed in the political and social field. Then the 90s swept in and the country was overwhelmed by economic liberalism. In post- ...

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