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Edited by Valérie Sacriste
Nos vies, nos objets
Enquête sur la vie quotidienne
Le regard sociologique

Edited by Sophie Richardot, Sabine Rozier

Edited by Thierry Guilbert, Pascaline Lefort
Discours et (re)constructions des identités
Analyses interdisciplinaires

Edited by Patrick Picouet
Les nouveaux rendez-vous d'Archimède

Edited by Fabien Wille
Sport et Sciences Sociales
The analysis and construction of sport's and education’s actors’ socially responsible action, implies the study of the social uses of sport and thus the deconstruction of commonplaces and presuppositions related to its intrinsic educational and humanistic virtues.

Edited by Eric Marlière, Carine Guérandel
Le regard sociologique
Political speeches and the media are full of clichés and stereotypes about young people from poor suburban neighborhood. Contrary to those unsubtle constructions, this book focuses on girls and boys sociability in order to restore their day-to-day complex reality.

Edited by Philippe Cardon
Les nouveaux rendez-vous d'Archimède
Daily action by excellence, eating is a highly cultural, symbolic and social act because it presupposes, even before that food is consumed, incorporated, a real work of food culturation, - i.e a material, social and cultural work.

Edited by Jean-Louis Georget, Gaëlle Hallair, Bernhard Tschofen
Mondes germaniques
At the turn of the 19th / 20th century, the concept of "research field" appeared within the humanities and social sciences in both Germany and France.

Claire Pignol
Savoirs mieux n°40
Can agents who decide independently from each other coordinate their economic activities? From the XVIIIth century, economic thought answers this question by an intuition: a coordination is possible thanks to the prices' mechanism. The general equilibrium theory explores this intuition. It constitutes by there the economic theory of a society ...

Michel Parreau
Écrits mathématiques
Variables complexes - Surfaces de Riemann
Histoire des sciences
We present two aspects of the mathematician Michel Parreau. In the first place the much appreciated lecture notes of his course in complex analysis. And in the second place his research on Riemann surfaces.

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