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It is to question the relevance of deterministic theories that accord to new technologies of information and communication a significant power to transform the human is in the direction of emancipation, or in that of his alienation. The objective of the research is to produce the most realistic assessment of the impact of the Internet on our individual and collective autonomy.
The thesis has three main stages: in the first, the concepts of public opinion, democracy and the role of traditional media are examined through their overt and latent functions, and reveal a constant tension between the human aspiration to the freedom and the need to conform. In the second time, are highlighted various possible effects of the web on citizens. According to their practices, we can clearly see emerge a partition between an active minority, on which the web has a major impact in his relation to the information and citizenship, and a more passive majority. In the third stage, we describe the activity of a citizen media, digital kind of utopia for active citizens.
This thesis of philosophy also borrows from other disciplines such as history and sociology, and analyzes some specific and concrete phenomena online. In high schools, the contemporary changes bring to light the final phase. The didactic and historical analysis, mainly led by the study of official regulations and speeches, tracks down the evolutions and the changes, by means of a model of examination of the school disciplines focusing on the missions, the organization administrative and educational and the education the programs and the methods.
Three main periods are identified: 1 the configuration of the technical education , its development and its structure; 2 the blending of the technology in high schools by the unification of the education system; 3 the technology as an academic subject from the primary school to the university, newly named the engineering sciences.
This process comes within socio-political, economic and institutional context and is mainly defined by its missions of increasing qualifications. The examination of the functional analysis tools, employed to study the technical systems, reveals the elaboration of teachable contents. The contents changes, from the machines organ to the multitechnological systems, have been built one after the other, according to eight paradigms. On the one hand, the PhD reveals the process of "disciplinarization" of the technology and opens the discussion on the available researches about others disciplines.
On the other hand, the PhD provides an original history of the technical education, the necessary sources for new researches and for understanding and supporting the contemporary changes. It is deployed on a dual approach diachronic and synchronic.
The diachronic approach is divided into two time scales: the "pre-industrial age" and "industrial age". This fragmentation of the past this work has provided two of the three parts on which it is articulated. Regarding the first temporality, it reconstructs the living conditions of populations and the mode of management predominate in the forest before installation and the influence of the forest industry. The analysis reveals that "the pre-industrial age" people lived mainly in the forest and they managed sustainably.
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The latter approach leans on the post-employment and examines the return of populations to the massive exploitation of the forest because of the widespread insecurity and lack of alternatives. Thus, after carrying out the comparison of two approaches used, the thesis leads to the assertion of the existence of non-sustainable management of forests in the old workings.
It shows that the education policy, designed on the basis of the democratic ambitions, national unity and civic integration, led to the reduction of educational inequalities despite a crystallization of social inequalities. Studies of working conditions, even when they take into account the employment status, do not clearly show by which mechanisms it impacts the' construction of health and safety for this category of workers. The construction sector makes a good case study for exploring the problematic of temporary workers' safety and health regulation. While analyzing the triangular relation between temporary work agency, firm using temporary workforce and temporary worker, the present study aims at a better understanding of structural relations between policies of temporary workforce management and degrees of its protection.
Crossing different sociological theoretical frameworks, this analysis offers a perspective on articulations between risks related to the position of temporary workers within their employment relations and their capacity to protect their health. As a participant observer, I participated in practices in bars such as consumption and exchanges.
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For the clients, the inevitable presence of symbolic in trade exchanges contribute to a strategy that broadens the concept of proof to other present or future centres of interests that can only be offered by a relational framework. Exchanges are the base of social life in bars. They appear through rites, codes and practices. The political stake of exchanges in bars is to overcome the contradictions that oppose various cultural as well as ideological and aesthetic sensibilities present in such a milieu.
Between hedonism and appropriations of traditional facts, bars' clients spread, organise and structure an urban movement by developing networks based on groups or by using renowned places White House, Elise Bar, Waka Waka , which are many relays of a culture they echo. Thus, bars will have proven their capacity for generating social diversity within tolerance and the respect of social classes and cultural differences. The shared consciousness and denunciation of the lack of sustainability in the way nature is administered, reveals Economy as the origin and the central concern of ecological contestation.
Nevertheless some of the organizations born in this context of ecological mobilization are today consulted and thus, in a way, engaged with the institutional and political apparatuses that make up public environmental policy. As a consequence, this new form of political associations enables certain directors - however they are lightly representative of the array of organizations - to emerge on the public space on these questions.