Series surpervised by Rémi Lefebvre and Bruno Villalba.
This series gathers works concerned with the diverse aspects of contemporary politics.
The various spaces studied include territories, arenas and other state, international or local configurations, where politics unfold in their moving and varying forms. The aim is to better understand the different forms of the political discourse, the multiplicity of the spheres involved (actors, methods of governance, "crises"…) and the diversity of militant practices and mobilization patterns.
This series presents itself as a space of reflection on nascent mechanisms, a space questioning the boundaries of politics and encouraging the exploration of untrodden paths—as opposed to more conventional methods (power, elections, government)—in the approach of politics. The series also puts forward comparative studies, so as to better comprehend the major international stakes behind the evolution of political practices. Last but not least, because we think that politics can be better understood when it is confronted with history, sociology, anthropology and other domains such as the legal one, Espaces Politiques promotes interdisciplinary approaches. The series brings together collective works, scientific essays, survey results, etc. of both experienced and young researchers.
Refonder l'action en commun dans les organisations et les territoires
Insidious chemical or radioactive contamination of a living environment, plurality of dimensions and contradictory issues to be respected, difficulty in constructing an integrative and shared territory project... there are many situations in which conventional, technical, economic, administrative and legal solutions prove to be helpless.
La fabrication d'une hégémonie partisane dans la Russie de Poutine
Created in order to support Vladimir Putin, the party United Russia has widely dominated the Russian political landscape for more than 15 years. Communist Party of the Soviet Union resurgence or tool for the leaders: what role does it play?
Public policies are permanently targeting, producing and categorizing "publics ". It seems an obvious and well-known fact. However, these operations are rarely considered as central issues for policy analysis. Based on original empirical researches, gathering several policy sectors (immigration, public health, public participation, open data,...
Social democracy is a challenge to labour relations that, since the 2000s, many reforms - Sapin, Rebsamen, El Khomri, Macron - have sought to address. It is no longer a question of developing the free expression of employees but, on the basis of negotiations between employers and trade unions, of promoting self-regulation in each branch of ...
Une sociologie politique des groupes professionnels
The political sociology of professional and occupational groups is mainly concerned by the relations between those groups and the State. In this book, the authors want to tackle the issue by shedding new light on the logics of power that lie within these relations. To get the jurisdiction of an occupation or a profession recognized involves...
Sociologie politique des élections municipales de 2014 en France
In 2014, French local elections have led to significant political changes : left-wing parties lost many cities while a dozen mayors from the National Front were elected. Simultaneously, the persistance of more traditional practices in campaigning and in the selection of candidates could also be observed.