Cahiers de sociologie conomique et culturelle ethnopsychologie
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The Student City
Student communities are without doubt a strategic resource for urban development and students are the citizens and the high-skilled working class of tomorrow. They are seen as an 'invisible population' with little say in local policy and decision-making. Co-operation between educational institutions and city planners is often missing and cities tend to neglect the universities' foreign relations. This volume argues that the importance of human capital in the competitiveness of cities demands pro-active, integral city policies targeting this community. Bringing together nine case studies of European cities (Rotterdam, Utrecht, Eindhoven, Munich, Lyon, Lille, Venice, Birmingham and Helsinki), it puts forward a comprehensive strategic plan of action, aiming at the integration of student communities in urban development. The book analyses the essential characteristics of the relationship between students and their host communities, as well as the role of higher education institutions and other actors in building the 'student friendly' city.
Lusophonies asiatiques Asiatiques en lusophonies
L'étude des rapports entre l'Asie - et notamment les créolités lusoasiatiques - et les mondes lusophones reste largement à défricher. Selon une idée répandue, les communautés luso-asiatiques seraient en voie de disparition. Pourtant, la naissance très prochaine d'un nouvel Etat indépendant, de langue officielle portugaise, à Timor Loro Sae, semble montrer le contraire. Mais ce domaine de recherche a subi les conséquences d'idées préconçues. L'étude impose donc d'aller au-delà des mythes, qu'ils nient cette prégnance historique, ou à l'inverse la magnifient par l'évocation obsessionnelle des Grandes Découvertes. La question du statut social de la langue est fondamentale pour comprendre le rapport à l'identité. Les contextes historiques, économiques et politiques, expliquent pourquoi le portugais (ou un luso-créole) peut disparaître à Goa et à Macao, mais se maintenir à Malacca, Sri Lanka ou Timor. Ils expliquent pourquoi des Asiatiques, au cœur du Bengale, continuent à se dire " portugais " ou pourquoi la petite communauté luso-malaise de Malacca reste bien vivante et revendique ses droits politiques. Enfin des communautés asiatiques anciennement " portugaises ", pourtant dispersées sur toute la terre et aujourd'hui non lusophones, continuent à ressentir un vif particularisme : il passe donc par d'autres biais que la langue, comme ceux de la religion, de la culture matérielle, de la cuisine.... comme le montre la diaspora goanaise. Par ailleurs, dès le XIXème siècle, il y a eu des communautés luso-asiatiques nombreuses dans les pays de langue portugaise (Indiens et Chinois au Mozambique ; Indiens au Portugal ; Macanais, Chinois, japonais et Coréens au Brésil ... ). Toutes ces aires d'intersection dessinent une nouvelle géopolitique culturelle que l'on ne peut plus ignorer, à l'heure où la dernière colonie portugaise d'Asie, Macao, est repassée sous souveraineté chinoise.
Historical Dictionary of Morocco
The Kingdom of Morocco achieved its independence in 1956 after over 40 years as a French protectorate. Since its independence, it has further expanded its area of control by reclaiming the formerly international city of Tangier as well as annexing Western Sahara from Spain in the 1970s. In 1777, Morocco became the first nation to recognize the United States, and the Moroccan-American Treaty of Friendship of 1783 is the oldest unbroken friendship treaty with the U.S. Morocco of the past and present are covered in this second edition of the Historical Dictionary of Morocco. A comprehensive introduction, focusing on its history, provides a helpful synopsis of the kingdom, and is supplemented with a useful chronology of major events. Hundreds of cross-referenced dictionary entries on former rulers, current leaders, ancient capitals, significant locations, influential institutions, and crucial aspects of the economy, society, culture and religion form the core of the book. A bibliography of sources is included to promote further more specialized study.
The Darwin Effect
Dr. Miklos Nyiszli, an imprisoned doctor in the Auschwitz camp, wrote that Nazi doctors hoped studying twins would solve the problem of faster reproduction of superior races. Nazis hoped to have each German mother bear as many twins as possible.What Darwin influenced went far beyond the Nazi death camps: Shocking political, social, and scientific legacies of Darwin and his family Disturbing disclosure of how over 45 million Christians were killed in the 20th century because of their faith Revealing and layman-friendly presentation. This book is the result of 30 years of research and study carefully documenting the common destructive threads that tie some of history’s most murderous dictators, uncaring capitalists, and aggressive social activists to the flawed concepts of Charles Darwin in an effort to change the world — and how they succeeded. The extermination of races considered “lower” than others, the profound lack of empathy for less-advanced cultures, the corrupted atheistic justifications for taking the lives of millions — all done to advance the agendas of social Darwinism at work in the world today. More than mere theoretical discussions, we have seen the horrifying evidence of the practical results when applying these destructive and misleading concepts to society in the last 100 years!
Planning the Past
Planning the Past studies the way a post-colonial society reconstructs its national history and grapples with its colonial past, specifically in Port Royal, a Jamaican village with a dramatic history of pirates, naval admirals, and earthquakes. Anita M. Waters argues that the plans for Port Royal's heritage tourism development represent a chronological record of historical revisionism, and the fact that none of the plans has been realized reflects post-colonial social processes and national ambivalence about piratical and naval history. This interdisciplinary study will be valuable reading for students of historiography, piracy, Caribbean history, Caribbean politics, and heritage tourism.
Information Sources on Islamic Banking and Economics
Islamic banking and economics (IBE) is a fast-growing subject of vital interest in both East and West as Muslims change their attitudes towards investments and find ways to invest their funds according to the Islamic faith. Along with the rapid developments in Islamic banking there has been a concomitant increase in the quantity of relevant IBE material generated. Since IBE is a highly specialized cross-disciplinary field involving economics, business, marketing, religion, philosophy and culture, it is difficult for researchers to locate and obtain information without having to go through several secondary sources such as indexing and abstracting services. In this electronic age, it is essential for researchers to be aware of the various forms of information available for consultation. Yet, until now, the few previous works on IBE information sources have been limited to the coverage of materials available during the early 1980s, before the most recent period of expansion, and in addition the materials cited were often unpublished and therefore unobtainable. In answer to a long-felt need, "Information Sources on Islamic Banking and Economics" provides a detailed bibliography of IBE sources concentrating on the period 1980-1990 with some data from 1991 and 1992, and with the additional unique feature of setting out, for the first time, the information infrastructure of the IBE discipline. A comprehensive author index and a keyword subject index for important terms are provided, and only published - and therefore easily obtainable - items have been included. This book is essential reading for all researchers, economists, bankers and others who need information on the increasingly important field of Islamic banking and economics, and related areas.
Creating International Studies
Through a critical evaluation of the works of Norman Angell and David Mitrany, this book explores the liberal roots of the academic discipline of International Relations (IR). Ashworth argues that, far from being the product of timeless realist truths, IR's origins are rooted in liberal attempts to reform international affairs. Norman Angell's work represents the first attempt to develop a comprehensive 'new liberal' approach to the problem of global governance, while David Mitrany's exploration of the problems of international life led him to apply the left-liberal idea of functional government to global governance. Both writers demonstrated the extent to which early twentieth century liberal writers on international affairs had answered the critics of earlier nineteenth century liberal internationalists. The penultimate chapter argues that the realist-idealist 'Great Debate' never happened, and that liberal scholars such as Angell and Mitrany have been unfairly dismissed as 'idealists.' The final chapter evaluates the writings of Angell and Mitrany and claims that the works of both authors can be criticised for theoretical weaknesses common to the liberal paradigm.
Lois Psychologiques de L Evolution Des Peuples Scholar s Choice Edition
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