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Judith Butler : une politique du sensible
Amélie Bescont, Lucile Richard
What are the mechanisms that produce and reproduce situations of gender inequality or discrimination in areas of cultural activity, creation and performance ?
Based on fieldwork studies, this book demonstrates that the glass ceiling is still very much intact in an industry that is often perceived as progressive.
Sylvie Octobre, Frédérique Patureau
This book is the first of its kind to propose a series of measures that demonstrate that workplace discrimination is not a forgone conclusion and can be challenged, beyond simple punitive approaches.
Femmes, ethnicité, religion, âge, apparence, LGBT
Stéphane Carcillo, Marie-Anne Valfort
This book presents the many faces of the French responses to queer theory, from the conservative "Manif pour Tous" to LGBT activism, but also research seminars, new medias, translation policies, as well as debates around nationalism and intersectionality.
This book follows the trajectories of female unionists and recounts the everyday difficulties they faced in daring to break into these male strongholds.
Their rich and moving narratives reveal a whole sphere of social reality on an often-neglected subject, that of women's voices in unionism.
Défendre les intérêts des femmes au travail
Does France care more about fraternity than equality? Réjane Sénac analyses how the boundaries between brothers and non-brothers — whether the latter are women, non-binary, or non-white — have been repeatedly redrawn instead of disappearing altogether.
Policies aimed at achieving parity, affirmative action measures, establishing time offices to harmonize working hours, reversing the burden of proof in cases of discrimination, ensuring equal access to public spaces... the French Republic is undeniably undergoing tremendous change.
Genre, territoires, citoyenneté
Bruno Perreau, Joan W. Scott
An original point of view on a double controversy which arose during the French Revolution: resistance to the citizenship of women, and a refusal to recognize women as artists.
Réflexions sur l'émancipation
What gender brought to political sciences? The articles of this dictionary, written in a clear and accessible language, identify the concepts, theories and canonical objects of the discipline (citizenship, democracy, government, political parties, voting, etc.) showing the role played by gender in their genesis and in their maturation.
Concepts, objets, problèmes
Catherine Achin, Laure Bereni
« Une émancipation féminine à la croisée des chemins, c'est l'image qui se dégage de ce très riche dossier sur les discriminations entre les femmes et les hommes. »
Françoise Milewski, Hélène Périvier