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Émilie Biland
Gouverner la vie privée
Governing Intimacy in France and Quebec
L'encadrement inégalitaire des séparations conjugales en France et au Québec
How Judicial Policies Shape Inequalities after Divorce
Gouvernement en question(s)
This book combines several fields (socio-legal studies, intersectionality studies, public policy analysis, and the sociology of work) in order to assess a prime concern on the social and political agenda, that of the legal regulation of break-ups.



Yannis Gansel, Richard Rechtman
Vulnérables ou dangereux ? Une anthropologie du souci des adolescents difficiles
Vulnerable or dangerous ? an anthropology of care for difficult adolescents
Sociétés, Espaces, Temps



Loïc Bonneval, François Robert
De la rente immobilière à la finance. La Société de la rue Impériale (Lyon, 1854-2004)
From real estate rent to finance. The Société de la rue Impériale (Lyon, 1854-2004)
Sociétés, Espaces, Temps
This book is about the real estate company that built, owned and managed the buildings the most famous street in Lyon, the "rue de la république", from the XIXth Century to the beginning of the XXth Century. Thanks to this original configuration in France, it is possible to link the story of a company and the story of an urban space.



Carlos Heusch, Maria Díez Yáñez, Amaranta Sagua, Pablo Justel
Cahiers d'études hispaniques médiévales, n°41/2018
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Claude Raffestin, Anne-Laure Amilhat Szary
Bibliothèque idéale des sciences sociales
Raffestin thus makes a major contribution to the social sciences as a whole by defining territoriality as a form of spatial mediation of social relations. The importance which he places on the degree of autonomy which exists between the perception and the construction of power relations is the expression of a committed geography.



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Abir Kréfa
Écrits, genre et autorités
Writings, gender and authorities
Enquête en Tunisie
An investigation in Tunisia
Sociétés, Espaces, Temps
Tunisia is regularly depicted in international medias as an « exception » in its Arab and Muslim environment. Based on sixty sociological interviews with Tunisian writers as well as with publishers,the book emphasizes the different forms of resistance Tunisian writers have opposed to the private and/or state authorities



Sylvain Bertschy, Philippe Salson
Les mises en guerre de l'État
1914-1918 en perspective
Sociétés, Espaces, Temps



Henri Ellenberger, Emmanuel Delille
Ethno-psychiatrie
Ethno-psychiatry
Sociétés, Espaces, Temps
Henri Ellenberger's ethnopsychiatry is the first synthesis in the French language on this hybrid discipline at the crossroads of psychiatry and ethnology, which has met with tremendous success in recent decades. This body of work is of great interest within the history of medicine, humanities, and social sciences.



Céline Frigau Manning
Laboratoire italien. Politique et société, n°20/2017
Musique italienne et sciences médicales au XIXe siècle
In the nineteenth century, Italian music attracted the attention of the medical sciences. Are Italians endowed with a natural musicality? What might be the characteristics of Italian musical genius? How may music be used to heal? These are some of the questions posed in this dossier.



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