To understand the reasons for the failure of memory policies and shed light on the public debate, this book return to the sources of these memory policies and, without political bias or taking sides, ask – where do these policies come from? What do they really do? How can we make them work effectively?
Sarah Gensburger, Sandrine Lefranc
Running counter to mythical narratives, this book demonstrates how a small number of parties came to win a new political monopoly in Polland, the country of the powerful Solidarnosc union, and how they established a limited democracy and "partyocracy" on the ruins of authoritarianism.
From a socio-historical perspective, this volume puts forward an analysis of the process of institutionalisation and professionalisation occurring at the European level and presents a panorama of European actors involved in international peace-making. It is illustrated by three cases: the Middle East, Somalia, and Caucasia.
Anne Bazin, Charles Tenenbaum
Moving beyond traditional dichotomies and making compromise the main principle of European political life, this volume constitutes a genuine reference that allows us to better understand the challenges facing the European Union.
4e édition mise à jour et augmentée
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
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
Teresa Pullano presents a strong new perspective on European citizenship. Incorporating ideas from many philosophers such as Étienne Balibar and Michel Foucault, she illustrates how a reconceptualization of European citizenship is taking place.
Un espace quasi étatique
Les formes contemporaines de résistance sont-elles vraiment nouvelles ? D'où naît l'indignation ? L’analyse des pratiques de résistance comme les mobilisations homosexuelles, RESF, les AMAP, etc., tente de répondre à ces questions.
Bruno Frère, Marc Jacquemain
Cet ouvrage, rédigé une équipe de chercheurs français, fournit un cadre pour comprendre la situation des partis en France et soulève également une interrogation sur une éventuelle « manière française » de les appréhender, en bref qui ouvre un débat.
Carole Bachelot, Alexandre Dézé
Far from the impediments of a heroic history of Europe with its crises and re-founding treaties, the author shows why and how law became the principal device through which Europe was able to impose itself as a new power centre.
L'invention d'un programme institutionnel pour l'Europe
A sociological, historical and European approach to the phenomenon of partisanship applied to the Right in France and to the UMP (Union pour un mouvement populaire) since 2002, that will help understanding the actual leadership conflict at the top of UMP.
Transformations de l'UMP
How do these people, be they immigrants or the descendents of immigrants, write themselves into French society?
Enquête sur les citoyens d'origine maghrébine, africaine et turque
Sylvain Brouard, Vincent Tiberj
This book focuses on the evolution of campaigns and political activism online. ...). It offers an unprecedented overview of the uses of the Internet by the French parties compared to American, Italian and British parties.
Les partis politiques sur le web
The glance of the Turks on Europe and their disenchantment with the reluctance of Europeans are the original angle of this book which offers a cross-analysis of the evolution of European and Turkish point of views.
L'opinion des Européens et des Turcs
Bruno Cautrès, Nicolas Monceau
An illuminating essay, in a European context where multiculturalism tends to fade the shadow of a "neo-assimilationism," notably in France where ethnic statistics and the under-representation of minorities remain subjects for fierce debate.
A provocative and simple analysis of the European integration process. Nicolas Jabko demonstrates that the European Commission deployed a strategy that invoked mulitple dimensions of the logic of the "market" to promote its political objectives.
Histoire d'une stratégie improbable
What use does politics of law serve? How has legal action progressively integrated itself into the repertory of resistance throughout the social movements and crises of the 20th century?
The aim of this book is to examine the changing nature of the European social model and its capacity to deal with both domestic and external challenges in the early 21st Century.
L'intégration européenne et les transformations de l'espace politique de la protection sociale