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What's Critical About Critical Realism?
Author: Frédéric Vandenberghe
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 113510493X
Pages: 352
Year: 2013-10-01
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What's Critical About Critical Realism?: Essays in Reconstructive Social Theory draws together 4 major articles that are situated at the intersection of philosophy and sociology. Preceded by a general presentation of Bhaskar ́s work, critical realism is used to reconstruct the generative structuralism of Pierre Bourdieu, warn about the dangers of biocapitalism, theorize about social movements and explore the hermeneutics of internal conversations. Together, the essays form a logical sequence that starts with a search for a solid conception of social structure through a realist critique of Bourdieu ́s rationalist epistemology, proceeds to an ideology critique of posthumanism through an investigation of Actor-Network Theory, extends critical realism to social movements through an investigation of the constitution of collective subjectivities and engages in a sustained dialogue with Margaret Archer through an attempt to reconnect hermeneutics and pragmatism to critical realism. The result is an ongoing dialogue between British critical realism, French historical epistemology, German critical theory and American pragmatism. As suits a collection of essays in social theory, this book will address a broad audience of sociologists, philosophers, social psychologists and anthropologists who are interested in contemporary social theory at the cutting edge. Academics and advanced students who relate to critical realism and critical theory, epistemology and philosophy of the social sciences, hermeneutics and pragmatism, or anyone else who follows the work of Roy Bhaskar, Pierre Bourdieu, Bruno Latour or Margaret Archer will find a keen interest in some of the theoretical questions the book raises.
L'Émancipation, Hier et Aujourd'hui
Author: Gaëtan Tremblay
Publisher: PUQ
ISBN: 2760524140
Pages: 303
Year: 2009
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Sens et projet de vie
Author: Luis Adolfo Gómez González, Diane Léger, Louise Bourdages, Hugues Dionne
Publisher: PUQ
ISBN: 2760536971
Pages: 246
Year: 2013-04-30T00:00:00-04:00
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Donner un sens à sa vie ! Il semble bien que ce soit là un désir humain fondamental nous poussant à vouloir rendre notre vie intelligible et passionnée, porteuse de goûts de vivre pertinents et de choix de vie cohérents. Même si cette démarche nous semble toute individuelle et intime, elle fait appel à des conceptions que nous cherchons à partager quant à notre place dans le monde et à nos liens aux autres. Le programme Sens et projet de vie a ainsi été développé, grâce à un partenariat entre la TÉLUQ , l’Université du Québec à Rimouski et l’Université du Québec à ­Chicoutimi, pour accompagner les personnes dans leur passage au mitan de leur vie. Ce livre traite de ce programme universitaire novateur, dont le nombre grandissant d’inscriptions témoigne de son actualité et de sa pertinence sociale. C’est à partir des récits et des réflexions des formateurs et des étudiants impliqués dans ce projet qu’est construit cet ouvrage axé sur l’émergence, la coconstruction et la mise en œuvre du sens personnel et commun de la vie. Il aborde différentes dimensions de cette démarche – l’histoire et l’approche globale du programme, la quête de sens comme expérience culturelle et existentielle, le ­parcours pédagogique du programme et ses différentes étapes – et présente des témoignages d’étudiants à propos de leur cheminement de sens et de leur expérience pédagogique. Il intéressera particulièrement les formateurs et les intervenants qui œuvrent auprès des personnes à la recherche d’un sens à leur vie, mais également toute personne qui s’interroge sur ses aspirations et ses objectifs.
Mobilités internationales et intervention interculturelle
Author: Catherine Montgomery, Caterine Bourassa-Dansereau
Publisher: PUQ
ISBN: 2760547809
Pages: 298
Year: 2019-08-23T00:00:00-04:00
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Cet ouvrage porte sur l’adéquation entre les approches en intervention interculturelle et le soutien aux personnes en situation de mobilité internationale. Il propose un triple regard sur les approches en intervention interculturelle : un regard théorique, un regard expérientiel et un regard sur les pratiques d’intervention interculturelle visant à soutenir les personnes en situation de mobilité internationale.
La tyrannie du développement
Author: Macky Idy Sall
Publisher: Editions L'Harmattan
ISBN: 2336353547
Pages: 124
Year: 2014-09-01
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Les pesanteurs du continent africain et les tares de ses dirigeants sont toutes passées en revue et dénoncées dans cet ouvrage. Parmi elles, leur refus de s'émanciper et de se libérer de l'asservissement du Nord. Or derrière la question du développement se cache tout un système de prédation et l'Afrique a plus que jamais besoin d'opérer des ruptures tant au niveau de ses relations avec les autres parties de la planète qu'en son sein, en s'appuyant d'abord sur ses valeurs culturelles et endogènes.
Liberté
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Cent fiches de lecture
Author: Marc Montoussé
Publisher: Editions Bréal
ISBN: 2749507901
Pages: 477
Year: 2008
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1oo fiches de lecture est l'ouvrage de référence qui permet d'accéder à la " substantifique moelle " des œuvres majeures en économie, sociologie, histoire et géographie économiques. Il s'adresse en priorité aux étudiants en classes préparatoires économiques et commerciales, en IEP et à l'université qui ne peuvent, faute de temps, lire tous les ouvrages utiles pour maîtriser le programme, ou veulent se les remettre en mémoire à l'approche des examens et concours. Ces fiches sont classées par thèmes et émaillées de nombreuses citations. Après avoir replacé les œuvres dans leur contexte, elles en restituent de façon structurée les idées essentielles, puis en précisent la portée. Étudiants, mais aussi passionnés et curieux pourront enfin disposer d'une synthèse des œuvres fondamentales.
La revue internationale des livres & des idées
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Year: 2009
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The Creative Society of the 21st Century
Author: OECD
Publisher: OECD Publishing
ISBN: 9264182470
Pages: 200
Year: 2000-08-11
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This book asks some hard questions about our changing world, and examines the policy opportunities that need to be grasped if we are to foster sustainable social foundations for the 21st century.
The Cultures of Globalization
Author: Fredric Jameson, Masao Miyoshi
Publisher: Duke University Press
ISBN: 0822321696
Pages: 393
Year: 1998-01-01
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Distinguished panel explores the concept of globalization and in a variety of cultural settings and its effect on world-wide cultural transformation of nation, place, race, class, ethnos and gender.
A History of the Grandparents I Never Had
Author: Ivan Jablonka
Publisher: Stanford University Press
ISBN: 0804799385
Pages: 352
Year: 2016-05-11
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Ivan Jablonka's grandparents' lives ended long before his began: although Matès and Idesa Jablonka were his family, they were perfect strangers. When he set out to uncover their story, Jablonka had little to work with. Neither of them was the least bit famous, and they left little behind except their two orphaned children, a handful of letters, and a passport. Persecuted as communists in Poland, as refugees in France, and then as Jews under the Vichy regime, Matès and Idesa lived their short lives underground. They were overcome by the tragedies of the twentieth century: Stalinism, the mounting dangers in Europe during the 1930s, the Second World War, and the destruction of European Jews. Jablonka's challenge was, as a historian, to rigorously distance himself and yet, as family, to invest himself completely in their story. Imagined oppositions collapsed—between scholarly research and personal commitment, between established facts and the passion of the one recording them, between history and the art of storytelling. To write this book, Jablonka traveled to three continents; met the handful of survivors of his grandparents' era, their descendants, and some of his far-flung cousins; and investigated twenty different archives. And in the process, he reflected on his own family and his responsibilities to his father, the orphaned son, and to his own children and the family wounds they all inherited. A History of the Grandparents I Never Had cannot bring Matès and Idesa to life, but Jablonka succeeds in bringing them, as he soberly puts it, to light. The result is a gripping story, a profound reflection, and an absolutely extraordinary history.
Law, society, and industrial justice
Author: Philip Selznick, Philippe Nonet, Howard M. Vollmer
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Year: 1969
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Critique of Economic Reason
Author: André Gorz
Publisher: Verso Trade
ISBN: 1844676676
Pages: 250
Year: 2010
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From Manual Workers to Wage Laborers
Author: Robert Castel
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351518615
Pages: 496
Year: 2017-07-05
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In this monumental book, sociologist Robert Castel reconstructs the history of what he calls "the social question," or the ways in which both labor and social welfare have been organized from the Middle Ages onward to contemporary industrial society. Throughout, the author identifies two constants bearing directly on the question of who is entitled to relief and who can be excluded: the degree of embeddedness in any given community and the ability to work. Along this dual axis the author locates virtually the entire history of social welfare in early-modern and contemporary Europe.This work is a systematic defense of the meaningfulness of the category of "the social," written in the tradition of Foucault, Durkheim, and Marx. Castel imaginatively builds on Durkheim's insight into the essentially social basis of work and welfare. Castel populates his sociological framework with vivid characterizations of the transient lives of the "disaffiliated": those colorful itinerants whose very existence proved such a threat to the social fabric of early-modern Europe. Not surprisingly, he discovers that the cruel and punitive measures often directed against these marginal figures are deeply implicated in the techniques and institutions of power and social control.The author also treats the flipside of the problem of social assistance: namely, matters of work and wage-labor. Castel brilliantly reveals how the seemingly objective line of demarcation between able-bodied beggars?those who are capable of work but who chose not to do so?and those who are truly disabled becomes stretched in modernity to make room for the category of the "working poor." It is the novel crisis posed by those masses of population who are unable to maintain themselves by their labor alone that most deeply challenges modern societies and forges recognizably modern policies of social assistance.The author's gloss on the social question also offers us valuable perspectives on contempo