By Renaud Avez
Les instituts et les centres culturels se développent à partir des années 1920 et forment l. a. base des kin culturelles internationales de l. a. France. Cette présente étude se concentre sur l’Institut français de Damas de sa création en 1922 à son départ du Palais Azem pour l. a. challenge laïque, street de Bagdad, en 1946. De façon chronologique puis thématique, cette étude retrace les grandes stages de l’histoire de l’Institut. L’auteur learn son supplier, son fonctionnement, ainsi que ses activités et les réseaux relationnels auxquels il appartient. Il évoque également l. a. position de l'Institut au sein de l'orientalisme et des sciences humaines tout en replaçant l’histoire de l’Institut dans celle du régime mandataire et de ses évolutions. Ce travail repose sur les information de l'Institut, à Damas, les documents mandataires (essentiellement celles du carrier de l'Instruction Publique) et les information du carrier des Œuvres Françaises à l'Étranger, à Nantes.
By Carlo A. Sdralevich,Randa Sab,Younes Zouhar,International Monetary Fund
By Sous la direction de Jean-Luc Villeneuve
Cet ouvrage s’inscrit dans une actualité vive avec, en particulier, los angeles mise en position des évaluations organisées à l’école primaire. Bien loin d’une évaluation formative, devant favoriser les progrès des élèves et faisant partie de leur formation, le système actuel connaît une inflation d’examens.
Autour de quatre tables rondes, une douzaine d’intervenants, français et étrangers, universitaires, chercheurs, hauts fonctionnaires, responsables syndicaux ou d’associations, ont évoqué les approches historiques du travail des élèves, le ressenti, le vécu des mom and dad comme des élèves, les enjeux mais aussi les views.
By Richard Fitzgerald,William Housley
This is a thrilling addition to the dynamic, multidisciplinary box of club categorization research. Bringing jointly the largest names in MCA this landmark ebook presents a latest research of the sector and a platform for rising researchers and scholars to construct upon.
The publication units out the present methodological advancements of MCA highlighting its analytic power – fairly whilst reading social id and social wisdom. It presents a cosmopolitan device of qualitative research and attracts from quite a lot of empirical experiences supplied by means of worldwide students.
The fruits of years of foreign examine this agenda-setting textual content might be crucial interpreting for teachers and complex scholars utilizing club categorization around the social sciences; fairly in media and communique stories, sociology, psychology, schooling, political technology and linguistics.
By Lejla Voloder,Liudmila Kirpitchenko,Lejla, Dr Voloder,Liudmila, Dr Kirpitchenko
With an expanding percentage of migration and mobility box stories being carried out through migrants and individuals of ethnic minorities in 'home' contexts, the results of 'insider learn' are more and more topic severe scrutiny. Researchers who might percentage migration reviews or cultural, ethnic, linguistic or non secular identities with their individuals are exploring the skill, ethics and politics of mobilizing ‘insider capital’ for the aim of having access to and representing study participants.
Bringing jointly the most recent overseas scholarship within the sociology and anthropology of migration, this quantity explores the complexities, joys and frustrations of accomplishing ‘insider’ learn. The ebook deals analyses of key methodological, moral and epistemological demanding situations confronted by means of migration researchers as they query the ways that they arrive to spot with their learn subject or their participants.
Addressing questions of id and categorization, ethics and technique, epistemology and located wisdom, Insider learn on Migration and Mobility will attract students around the social sciences with pursuits in migration, mobilities, diaspora stories and ethnic and racial identities, in addition to these attracted to qualitative examine layout and analysis.
By Carol S. Aneshensel
By Steve Chapman
Since its first variation in 1985, Patrick McNeill's Research equipment has turn into a vintage introductory textual content for college students of sociology at a degree and in undergraduate classes in addition to for more than a few experts in schooling, enterprise, social care and medication who desire a short yet authoritative account of the way sociologists set approximately accomplishing study.
After a short review of the heritage of sociological learn which introduces key strategies, this new version, co-authored with Steve Chapman, describes the most sociological learn equipment, and comprises sections on thought, technological know-how and values to boot as:
- references to investigate studies
- developments in appropriate sociological theory
- developments in learn methodology
- new fabric at the presentation of analysis findings.
Including an appendix of questions which scholars should still ask once they are comparing debts of study, this lasting textual content keeps the readability of fashion of the second one variation, and brings the content material up to date.
By Johnny Saldana,Patricia Leavy
This e-book provides a concise but rigorous description of ways to layout and behavior fieldwork initiatives and the way to ascertain information in a number of methods for interpretive perception. Saldaña, a grasp instructor and qualitative info analyst, acquaints readers with the key genres of qualitative examine on hand and the weather of interviewing, player commentary, and different info assortment tips on how to tell emergent study layout judgements. a longer bankruptcy on qualitative info research is without doubt one of the book's distinctive good points. Saldaña devotes invaluable assurance to conceptual foundations, coding, analytic memo writing, thematic research, statement improvement, grounded thought, narrative and poetic inquiry, and ethnodramatic methods to the information. 8 precise varieties of qualitative writing are awarded. The publication concludes with an inventory of advised readings within the box, in addition to extra assets on companies and institutions devoted to qualitative research.
Fundamentals of Qualitative Research is a perfect creation for complicated undergraduate and graduate scholars in schooling, sociology, psychology, anthropology, human verbal exchange, and wellbeing and fitness care.
By Phil Hubbard
City offers an obtainable but severe creation to 1 of the major recommendations in human geography. regularly on the middle of discussions in social thought, the definition and specification of ‘the urban’ still is still illusive. during this quantity, Phil Hubbard locates the concept that of ‘the urban’ inside present traditions of social notion, supplying a foundation for figuring out its various usages and meanings via a serious dialogue of the contribution of key authors and thinkers.
Written in a full of life and obtainable sort, the person chapters of City supply a thematic evaluation of 4 dominant methods of imminent towns:
- as lived-in places
- as imagined spaces
- as networks of association
- as applied sciences of flow.
Drawing on a various diversity of literatures and case reviews, the booklet spells out the significance of a geographical viewpoint at the urban, suggesting that it is just by means of bringing those other ways of mapping town jointly that we will be able to start to make experience of cities.
By Lesley Andres
Designing and Doing Survey Research is an creation to the strategies and techniques of making plans and accomplishing survey learn within the genuine world.
Taking a combined strategy procedure all through, the booklet offers step by step counsel on:
• Designing your research
• moral issues
• constructing your survey questions
• Budgeting, scheduling and handling it slow
• Administering your survey
• getting ready for facts analysis
With a spotlight at the influence of latest applied sciences, this booklet presents a state of the art examine how survey learn is carried out at the present time in addition to the demanding situations survey researchers face. Packed jam-packed with overseas examples from a number of social technology disciplines, the publication is perfect for college kids and researchers new to survey research.