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How do "ordinary" French people represent themselves with what they are and what they do “as citizens” of France?
Catherine Wihtol de Wenden
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
In some ways, this book is an argued response to largely unjustified judgments of bankruptcy or death of the multiculturalism. Avoiding a utopian view, this book pleads in favor of a shared multicultural citizenship at the heart of a democratic system.
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This work takes an unconventional form. Two stories comprise the plot: one is of a woman from a "hard town", the other from the rural world. Through these tales, the question of the effects of the changes of French society on personal politics is posed.
Identité singulière et mémoire partagée
Florence Haegel, Marie-Claire Lavabre
L'approche synthétique, sa dimension historique et comparatiste, son système de numérotation analytique font de ce précis un instrument de travail précieux pour les étudiants et pour la préparation des concours administratifs.
This work, based on a comprehensive analysis, explains the different modes of selection, promotion, and co-option of North African elites in the French political system...
Les élites d'origine maghrébine dans le système politique français
Succumbing neither to absolute pessimism nor to blindness, this work reviews the likelihood of the consolidation of young democracies and the establishment of numerous, enduring authoritarian systems...
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
With a theoretical, historic and comparative approach, this book assesses the nature and border of recent racism. The author analyses the genesis and the triggers of racist theories and how they slip from their evolutionary foundations to cultural givens.
Ariane Chebel d'Appollonia
For three decades, in light of evolutions of the global migratory system and technological transformations, migrants retain closer ties to theirs countries of origin. The focus of this innovative work is to present a panorama of these transformations.
Les États et leurs expatriés
Stéphane Dufoix, Carine Guerassimoff
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)
How do new immigrants integrate themselves into culturally sensitive cities in the United States and the United Kingdom? Despite multicultural tensions, local players have succeeded in transcending their differences. Is this a model France could follow?
Expériences anglaise et américaine
Emmanuelle Le Texier, Olivier Esteves
Gaboriaux's book tracks republican approaches to rural votes. She shows how Republicans themselves changed their version of the Republic to make it more attractive to peasants, so that by the 1870s they were seen as the model for the Republican citizenry.
Les républicains face au bonapartisme rural (1848-1880)
The desertion of politics, whose legitimacy is based on dialogue, compromise and the reference to the law, leaves the way open to a wave of multiform violence in this region. This work attempts to decipher the mechanisms behind this violence.
Pierre Blanc, Jean-Paul Chagnollaud