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



Edited by Sophie Richardot, Sabine Rozier



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



Edited by Thierry Guilbert, Pascaline Lefort
Discours et (re)constructions identitaires
Analyses interdisciplinaires
It is primarily through discourses that individuals, social groups and institutions proclaim, use and reconfigure their identities (individual, social, professional, political, national, ethnic, etc.).



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.



Edited by Jean-Paul Delahaye
Les nouveaux rendez-vous d'Archimède
Secrets are inevitable and dangerous. Thus, the rules governing the secret must be carefully formulated. Everyone is concerned.



Edited by Lise Demailly, Nadia Garnoussi
Aller mieux
Approches sociologiques
Le regard sociologique
This book explores the representations and practices aiming at "doing better", in the context of health, and more specifically mental health. Contributors focus on dynamics, actors, practical resources, and experience of heal-ing, recovery, ways and means to get through.



Edited by Alain Cambier
Les nouveaux rendez-vous d'Archimède
The frontiers between the body, the mind, the machine are vague. Whether the body is biological or socially constructed is not clear. The body is the object of philosophical, scientific and religious thinkings since the antiquity, but a central question remains: What are the limits of the body?



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