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Valérie Bonnet, Roland Canu
Mots. Les langages du politique, n°115/2017
The economic crisis discourses
Les discours de la crise économique
Public discourse is rife with lay and expert talk on the economic crisis. A variety of narratives by politicians, journalists and citizens got woven into representations of "the economic crisis". This issue of Mots focuses on some of those narratives with the combined insights of linguistics, political science and sociology.

Béatrice Bijon, Claire Delahaye
Suffragistes et suffragettes : la conquête du droit de vote des femmes au Royaume-Uni et aux États-Unis
Suffragists and Suffragettes : The Campaign for Women's Suffrage in the United Kingdom and the United States
Les fondamentaux du féminisme anglo-saxon
This book recounts the fight for women's suffrage in the United Kingdom and the United States during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.It gives a panorama of a complex movement in which "the pen and the voice" were key weapons.

Émilie Née, Claire Oger, Frédérique Sitri
Mots. Les langages du politique, n°114/2017
Le rapport, entre description et recommandation
The report, between the description and the recommendation

Paul Bacot, Chloé Gaboriaux, Christian Le Bart, Damon Mayaffre
Mots. Les langages du politique, n°112/2016
Mots. Les langages du politique,n°112/2016
Discours présidentiels et de présidentielles
Presidential speeches and presidential campaigns speeches
This Special issue of our journal will be entirely devoted to presidential speeches and presidential electoral campaigns.

Valérie Bonnet, Henri Boyer
Mots. Les langages du politique, n°111/2016
Normes et usages de la langue en politique
Standards and practices of the language in politics
This issue deals with the connections between linguistic variation in political and media discourses and the judgement this variation from the standard french may imply.

Samuel Hayat, Judith Lyon-Caen, Frederico Tarragoni
Tracés, n°34/2018
La singularité
This issue elaborates upon the notion of singularity, in an interdisciplinary way, from a double point of of view: the analytic operations of producing generalizing knowledge from objects deemed singular; and, more empirically, the processes of singularizing individuals from their social practices and ordinary sociabilities.

Émilie Devriendt, Michèle Monte, Marion Sandré
Mots. Les langages du politique, n°116/2018
Dire ou ne pas dire la « race » en France aujourd'hui
The R-word: talking/not talking about race in France today
The use of "race", which spans labelling and identification processes, is debated in France today, whether the term race is used or when the concept is activated. This dossier examines the derms of the debate and analyses how “race” is being talked about or not in some political or media discourses.

Sylvain Brunier
Le bonheur dans la modernité
Happiness in modernity
Conseillers agricoles et agriculteurs (1945-1985)
Agricultural advisers and famers in France (1945-1985)
Gouvernement en question(s)
The book proposes to study the professional group of agricultural advisers in order to renew the social and political history of the modernization of French agriculture during the "Trente glorieuses".

Nicolas Fischer
Le territoire de l'expulsion
Land of the Deported.
La rétention administrative des étrangers et l'État de droit en France
Immigration Detention and the Rule of Law in Contemporary France
Gouvernement en question(s)
This research describes the daily organization of immigration detention centers which are now used in France.The author combines archival work and ethnographic observation to describe the origins, contemporary enforcement and unexpected social effects of this tension between repression and legal protection.

Philippe Audegean, Christian Del Vento, Pierre Musitelli, Xavier Tabet
Le bonheur du plus grand nombre
The Happiness of the Greatest Number
Beccaria et les Lumières
Beccaria and the Enlightenment
La croisée des chemins
This book examines the way On Crimes and Punishments (1764) gave birth to modern criminal law and paved the long road towards the abolition of the death penalty and torture in Europe. Written by prominent Beccaria scholars, the seventeen chapters provide interdisciplinary perspectives: , it furthers our understanding culture of today's world.

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