Collection : Espaces politiques

Series surpervised by Rémi Lefebvre and Marie Saiget.

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.

• ISSN : 2780-6863 (online)

• ISSN : 17643716
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Jessy Bailly
Les citoyens-contrôleurs de l'action publique
Belgique, Espagne, France (années 2010)
Espaces politiques
Can representative democracy still be reformed? This book examines the efforts of citizens' groups in France, Spain, and Belgium working to influence the public action of their elected representatives.



Edited by Anne-Sophie Petitfils, Sébastien Ségas, Arthur Delaporte
Les partis font-ils encore la campagne ?
Les coulisses des élections municipales de 2020
Espaces politiques
This book provides an insight into the changing role of political parties in municipal elections, whereas they are becoming less and less visible.



Jean-Louis Thiébault
Le parti du président
Les liens entre le président et son parti à travers le monde
Espaces politiques
Emmanuel Macron's victory in the 2017 presidential election, then that of his party in the legislative elections, have called into question the classic analysis of political science on the role of political parties in presidential systems.



Edited by Rémy Le Saout, Sébastien Ségas
Les élus et leur argent
Normes, usages et contrôle
Espaces politiques
This book provides a better understanding of the issues at stake in the compensation of political mandates in France.



Edited by Éric Agrikoliansky, Catherine Achin, Philippe Aldrin, Lorenzo Barrault-Stella, Kevin Geay
Ordre social, désordre électoral
Une sociologie du vote de 2017
Espaces politiques
Behind the apparent disorder of the electoral and political scene, voting remains an act deeply rooted in social order.



Edited by Safia Dahani, Estelle Delaine, Félicien Faury, Guillaume Letourneur
Espaces politiques



Edited by Rémi Lefebvre, Sébastien Vignon
Politiser l'intercommunalité ?
Le cas des élections locales de 2020
Espaces politiques
Although strengthened by the NOTRe law (August 7, 2015), intermunicipal institutions remain (still) at the end of the 2020 municipal election campaign a level of public action that is not very visible to citizens. The electoral debates have not indeed produced the conditions for a (new) democratic debate on intercommunality.



Edited by Héloïse Nez, Catherine Neveu, Julie Garnier
Le pouvoir d'agir dans les centres sociaux
Reconfigurations militantes et professionnelles
Espaces politiques



Anne-Sophie Petitfils
Mobiliser la droite
L'UMP du Nord sous N. Sarkozy
Espaces politiques
This book analyzes the last great partisan mobilization of the French right and its effects on the local partisanship.



Edited by Samuel Hayat, Nicolas Kaciaf, Cédric Passard
Le porte-parole
Fondements et métamorphoses d'un rôle politique
Espaces politiques
What does it mean to speak for others? Although spokespersons are omnipresent in public debates, this figure remains paradoxically little studied.



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