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La Culture architecturale des Français
French architectural culture
Guy Tapie
This book presents the results of a vast investigation into the knowledge that different publics (candidates and graduates at public architecture schools, professional architects, mediators, and the broader public) have of French people's relationship with architecture and architects.

Agora débats/jeunesses n° 78, 2018
Bande dessinée, jeunesses et activités corporelles

Sociétés contemporaines 108, 2017
Quand les classes supérieures s'arrangent avec le droit
et al.

Sociétés contemporaines 107, 2017
Politiques urbaines et (in)justice spatiale
et al.

L'âge du jeu
Pour une approche ludique des mutations numériques
The game era
For a play-based approach to digital transformation
Jean-Alain Jutteau
Could playing games be the best way to make the most of the resources of the digital transformations currently underway ? Long relegated to the area of pastimes and entertainment, play provides an essential contribution to the well-being and development of individuals as well as the balance of society. 

Politique(s) du conflit
De la grève à la révolution
Sidney Tarrow, Charles Tilly
"A perfectly timely guide for conflict analysis, put forth by two great masters. There is no better instrument for teaching students how to understand the causes, the processes and the results of different forms of political conflict." Jack A. Goldstone, George Mason University.

La logique du désordre
Relire la sociologie de Michel Dobry
The Logic of Chaos
Revisiting the sociology of Michel Dobry
Myriam Aït-Aoudia, Antoine Roger
How does the political order fall apart? What are crises made of, and how should they be explained? These questions are at the heart of Michel Dobry's book, La sociologie des crises politiques, originally published in 1986 and which has inspired researchers with its groundbreaking approach to revolutionary phenomena and political transitions.

Le boycott
Ingrid Nyström, Patricia Vendramin
What are the conditions of success of a boycott? Is an alliance of consumers, citizens and workers possible? Mode of action of a global civil society and strong purchasing power, boycott could be as decisive for the twenty-first century as was the strike to the labor movement.

Dictionnaire sociologique de l'entrepreneuriat
Sociological Dictionnary of Entrepreneurship
Pierre-Marie Chauvin, Michel Grossetti, Pierre-Paul Zalio
This first dictionary of entrepreneurship provides both the concepts and examples needed to describe and understand entrepreneurship from different economic perspectives, thus offering a large overview of both seminal and contemporary research.

Politique et mouvements sociaux au Maroc
La révolution désamorcée
Frédéric Vairel
In Morocco, despite strong protest movements, monarchy repeatedly heckled was not reversed. Drawing on his experience of more than 3 years immersed in Moroccan society, the author retraces the journeys of human rights activists, Islamist actors and feminist activists to reveal how protest functions in Morocco, and how the regime accommodates it.

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