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L'Argent de la politique
Eric Phélippeau



Trier, exclure et policer
Vies urbaines en Afrique du Sud et au Nigeria
Sorting, excluding and policing
Urban lives in South Africa and Nigeria
Laurent Fourchard
The major cities of South Africa and Nigeria have a reputation as dangerous, filled with slums and dominated by the black market. Little is known, however, about the ways in which populations are sorted, categorized and policed, in keeping with the methods of social and ethnic reification of apartheid and the colonial era.



Radio Lorraine coeur d'acier, 1979-1980
Les voix de la crise
Radio Lorraine Heart of Steel 1979-1980
Voices of the crisis
Ingrid Hayes
A rare testimony to an event that has been scantly documented in history, this singular book draws on extensive and up until now unexploited resources, the "Heart of Steel" broadcasts. It revives a key moment in the working-class landscape of the 1970s.



L'Etat, le promoteur et le maire
La fabrication des politiques du logement
The state, the investor and the Mayor
Manufacturing housing policy
Julie Pollard
Over the last twenty years, in order to continue to support construction – including of public housing – while limiting their investments, the state and municipalities have chosen to hand things over to investors. By making themselves dependent on investors, public actors run the risk of seeing themselves stripped of their ability for action.



Les Députés français et l'Europe
Tristes hémicycles ?
French MPs and Europe
« Houses on the Wane »
Olivier Rozenberg
Under pressure from Europe, MPs' relationships with voters, laws, ministers, and even themselves, have been altered. In analysing the impact of European integration on the French national assembly, Olivier Rozenberg has interviewed 60 MPs on their understanding of parliamentary activity.



Villes de gauche, villes de droite
Trajectoires politiques des municipalités françaises de 1983 à 2014
Left-wing towns, right-wing towns
Political trajectories of French municipalities from 1983 to 2014
Richard Nadeau, Martial Foucault, Bruno Jérôme, Véronique Jérôme-Speziari
This book analyses the results of a panel of 236 towns with more than 30,000 inhabitants, over a 30-year period (1983-2014). It investigates the local and national criteria liable to explain the success and defeat of candidates, whilst also demonstrating why certain incumbent municipal teams are systematically re-elected.



Que faire de nos vieux ?
Une histoire de la protection sociale de 1880 à nos jours
What should be done with the elderly ?
A history of social protection from 1880 to today
Christophe Capuano
o better understand the question of the dependency of the elderly, which is increasingly poignant given the ageing population, Christophe Capuano provides his perspective as a historian and retraces the birth of the welfare state since the 1880s.



La Démocratie des émotions
The Democracy of emotions
Loïc Blondiaux, Christophe Traïni
The practices of representative democracy that are being developed around the world, in order to involve citizens in decision making, are privileged sites for the expression of emotions. This book demonstrates how emotions are highly standardised in these new spheres of democracy.



Marseille années 68
Marseille Post'-68
Olivier Fillieule, Isabelle Sommier
The history of May '68 was not only written in Paris and it was not only driven by students. In Marseille as well, upon which this book casts a unique glaze, other activists contributed to making the decade that followed the May explosion into a "golden age of struggle", and sometimes acting as a catalyst for events on the national level.



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