Des monographies présentant les résultats de recherches inédites dans les différentes disciplines des sciences humaines et sociales.
Including contributions from sociologists, political scientists, philosophers, historians and psychologists on the subject of our increasingly labile political identities, this volume highlights how politics are shaped by time, whether the collective time of generations, or, more personally speaking, the stages of life.
Les recompositions de l'identité
The criticism being levied is not new. In fact, though it first appeared after the 'defeat' of the "Front populaire", it has consistently returned since: French socialists are said to be economically incompetent. A stereotype? Mathieu Fulla offers an economic history of politics that participates in the current debate within the Left.
Une histoire économique du politique
As erudite as it is enjoyable, this volume opens up new avenues for reflection, enriching the debate on the role and influence of the Prince's advisors.
Cabinets et conseillers de l'exécutif
Jean-Michel Eymeri-Douzans, Xavier Bioy
In 1989 in Algeria, a pluralist democracy replaced an authoritarian system. How this democratic experiment was organized? And how has it failed three years later? A key book to understand the singular position of Algeria and its "stability" during the "Arab revolutions".
Apprentissages politiques et changement de régime
Since Marine Le Pen was elected president of the Front National in 2011, the party has broken all its electoral records, attracted an unprecedented number of new supporters, and elected the most officials ever in its history. But has the party truly changed? Fundamentally, the answer is no. This is the conclusion of the thorough investigation.
Sociologie d'un parti politique
Sylvain Crépon, Alexandre Dézé
The book presents the completely new history of Japanese social state whose policies and knowledge were developed in the nineteenth century .
Biopolitique, travail et citoyenneté dans le Japon impérial (1868-1945)
A unique and timely perspective on interactions between capital and industry, especially given the current on-going changes in industry.
France, Grande-Bretagne, Allemagne, 1880-1930
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.
Relire la sociologie de Michel Dobry
Myriam Aït-Aoudia, Antoine Roger
Cette enquête va au-devant d'une population oubliée et hétérogène, celle des «précaires». Elle montre que, faute de dispositifs leur facilitant l'accès à l'espace public, les individus en situation de précarité n'ont pas rompu avec la politique, mais qu'ils demeurent la plupart du temps inaudibles.
Sociologie politique des précaires
Céline Braconnier, Nonna Mayer
This book provides a detailed investigation of public policy regarding subjective rights - right to housing, patients' rights, equal rights and equal opportunities, the participation and citizenship of persons with disabilities, the right to a minimum income, etc. - supported by insights from legal, sociological and political science perspectives.
Politique des droits et pratiques des institutions
Pierre-Yves Baudot, Anne Revillard
This panoramic volume seeks to shed light on this historical turning point in public health and 'emergency medicine', led by Justin Godart — who would later become a member of both the French Resistance and the Righteous Among the Nations — while also deciphering the sometimes questionable uses of healthcare during wartime.
Une politique pionnière en univers incertain
What do contemporary uses of parity and diversity, as well as controversies surrounding the so-called "gender theory", say about the French principle of equality? How do they help us to understand the persistence of economic and social inequalities despite equality being enshrined in the law?
Genre, parité, diversité
This volume sheds light on the women of the French Resistance from a two-fold perspective: first, their repression as orchestrated by the occupying power, and second, the recognition they received after the Liberation.
La Résistance féminine dans le Nord de la France
Drawing from several surveys conducted between 2004 and 2010, this work describes the significant institutional, organisational and technical infrastructure necessary to transform electricity into commodities, and reveals the fundamental role of political decision-making, including with regard to liberal reforms and the creation of a new market.
Sociologie d'une réforme libérale
Through philosophical questioning and a historical approach open to input from sociology, geography, mathematical sciences, and the law, it is possible to envision a paradigm that encourages a cosmopolitical view of history that would benefit human life.
De l'origine du monde à la fin des temps
Alexandre Escudier, Laurent Martin
How cultural differences degenerate into conflicts?
De la différenciation culturelle au conflit
Gilles Dorronsoro, Olivier Grojean
This book is one of the most comprehensive histories of the decision-making in American foreign policy from 1945 to the present. Cahrles-Philippe David analyzes cognitive, bureaucratic, and personality factors, and offers the reader a thorough understanding of the forces that shaped each administration's actions on the world stage.
De Truman à Obama, la formulation (imprévisible) de la politique étrangère des États-Unis
An attempt at deciphering the question of the Other in the United States by analysing scenes from popular American TV shows (Homeland, 24, Oz, The Wire, Mad Men, The Sopranos, Nip/Tuck, etc.), selected for the unique way in which they present the issue of race and invite reflection on the subject.
The Wire, Homeland, Oz, The Sopranos, OITNB, Boss, Mad Men, Nip/Tuck
Olivier Esteves, Sébastien Lefait