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  • Carlotta Benvegnù, « Netturbini nell'era delle privatizzazioni. Ristrutturazioni del settore della raccolta dei rifiuti a Parigi », Sociologia del Lavoro, n°142, 2016 - p. 49-61.

  • Artemisa Flores Espinola, « Academia y política: revistas feministas y producción de conocimiento », Investigaciones Feministas, vol.7, n°2, 19 décembre 2016 - p. 179-202.
    Résumé : The aim of this article is to explore the process of publication of six feminist academic journals. The genesis of journals as well as the level of participation of men and women, collaboration and productivity is presented. In this perspective, they are analyzed and compared two groups of academics journals (the first composed of three general feminist journals and the second of three feminist academics journals specialized in philosophy, sociology and psychology). The results show that the historical context and the political commitment of journals explain the differences and similarities between them and between the two groups of magazines. While the participation of men is a minority in every magazine, it is much higher in general. The collaboration between authors and authors is higher in magazines due to its strong empirical component

  • Artemisa Flores Espínola, « ¿Los estudios CTS tienen un sexo? Mujeres y género en la investigación académica », Revista Iberoamericana de Ciencia y Tecnología, vol.11, n°31, 2016 - p. 61-92.
    Résumé : Publication processes have a key relevance in research, and academic journals are a privileged medium to provide updated information on the development of knowledge in the different scientific spheres. This paper discusses the inequalities between men and women in publications on STS journals. The purpose of this piece is twofold: on the one hand, to provide statistical information about the situation of women and gender; on the other, to analyze the methodological and thematic transformation of this field with the introduction of gender studies. To carry this out, we have analyzed the content of papers on gender of three different academic journals: Social Studies of Science (1971), Science, technology and Human Values (1972) and Technology and Culture (1959). The results reveal the importance of women’s participation in these journals, not only to increase the number of women’s publications, but also to have access to a greater number of articles about women and gender in STS. Although feminist gender studies and STS studies share the interdisciplinary aspect and the methodological pluralism, we observe a reluctance of STS studies to fully contribute to the feminist theory. The science, technology and gender studies are a common platform between these two traditions whose convergence is a key challenge of the feminist analysis.

  • Silvia Hernàndez, « El rol del Centro Metropolitano de Diseño en el proceso de patrimonialización de Barracas (Ciudad de Buenos Aires)”. [Le rôle du Centre Metropolitan de Design dans le processus de patrimonialisation de Barracas (Ville de Buenos Aires)] », Quid 16, 6, spec., 2017 - p. 94-119.
    Résumé : El artículo analiza el rol del Centro Metropolitano de Diseño (CMD; Barracas, CABA) -inaugurado en 2001 y núcleo del Distrito de Diseño (DD) desde su creación en 2013- como actor central del proceso de patrimonialización y cambio de imagen de sudoeste de Barracas, un antiguo barrio industrial del sur de la ciudad. A partir de documentos de la institución, artículos periodísticos y observaciones de campo relativos a intervenciones de arte en el espacio urbano y de eventos destinados a todo público impulsadas por el CMD-DD o en las que éste participa, este artículo muestra, desde un enfoque comunicacional, cómo el recurso al diseño, al arte público y al patrimonio industrial permite construir una imagen del sudoeste del barrio (hasta entonces considerada “gris” y “olvidada”) como un área con valor patrimonial y cultural, así como poner en circulación representaciones despolitizadas de la vida pública, de la historia barrial y de la transformación urbana, dejando al margen toda discusión política acerca de los fundamentos y los efectos de las transformaciones. Tras recorrer aspectos de la historia del barrio en general y del CMD-DD en particular, el análisis aborda cinco ejes de representaciones ideológicas para extraer de ellas sus implicancias urbanas y políticas: la continuidad natural entre pasado y presente; el diseño como dador de sentido a áreas urbanas degradadas u obsoletas; los diseñadores como los actores principales de una épica refundacional; los “vecinos” como los sujetos interpelados a protagonizar la “revitalización” del barrio; y la tensión entre el “patrimonio” definido como lo típico y como lo excepcional.
  • Silvia Hernàndez, Ezequiel Nepomiachi et Carolina , « Seamos un país de 40 millones de emprendedores. Interpelaciones ideológicas en tiempos neoliberales” [Soyons un pays de 40 millions d'entrepreneurs. Interpellations idéologiques en temps de néolibéralisme] », Revista Ciencias Sociales, n°93, 2017 - p. 50-57.

  • Rachel L. Kaplan, Jae Sevelius et Kira Ribeiro, « In the name of brevity: The problem with binary HIV risk categories », Global Public Health, 2016 - p. 1-11 - (PMID: 26824592).
    Résumé : According to the 'Consolidated Guidelines on HIV Prevention, Diagnosis, Treatment and Care for Key Populations' there are five groups of people at elevated risk of HIV, including 'transgender women or transgender men who have receptive anal sex with men'. Although cost effectiveness strategies and best practice lessons recommend targeting specific populations for HIV prevention, existing risk categories lack specificity, and may in fact cause further confusion. Existing categories of risk often perpetuate notions of gender and sexuality that can erroneously exclude, alienate, and stigmatise those who are at the highest risk and thus should be prioritised. We review the troubled history of the MSM category and the problematic conflation of trans feminine individuals and MSM in much of the existing HIV literature, and how this practice has stymied progress in slowing the HIV epidemic in the most at-risk groups, including those who do not fit neatly into binary notions of gender and sex. We draw from examples in the field, specifically among trans feminine people in Beirut and San Francisco, to illustrate the lived experiences of individuals whose identities may not fit into Euro-Atlantic constructs of HIV prevention categories.

  • Nicolas Larchet, « Learning from the Corner Store: Food Reformers and the Black Urban Poor in a Southern US City », Food, Culture and Society: An International Journal of MultidisciplinaryResearch, vol.17, n°3, 2014 - p. 395-416.
    Résumé : The problem of changing food habits has once again become a major public issue in the past decade in the United States. One of the main strategies developed by food reformers to change popular eating habits is to increase access to fresh food in poor urban areas identified as “food deserts,” in an attempt to address the obesity epidemic and to revitalize the local economy by creating “healthy,” “sustainable” environments. Based on a participant observation study in a large city in the Southeastern United States, I will start by discussing two of these initiatives: a farmers' market and a Community Supported Agriculture program. Although both were located in underserved communities, they failed to reach their poor black residents, attracting instead a clientele of white middle class professionals. To account for the urban poor's resistance to alternative food practices, I then turn to the results of an ethnographic study of consumption practices in an inner-city convenience store, where economic constraints and distinction strategies help to shape its customers' tastes for energy-dense, high-calorie foods. While these data are consistent with quantitative studies underlying the importance of economic access over physical access to food, the ethnographic method has the advantage of bringing food consumption back into its social setting, allowing it to reveal its significance in the competition for status and respectability, which take on different meanings in different classes and cultures.

  • Kolja Lindner, « Freiheit, Gleichheit, Laizismus? Nach den Anschlägen von Paris werden allseits die Werte der Französischen Republik beschworen. Deren Universalismus ist allerdings äußerst komplex, wie das Beispiel des Laizismus zeigt », Analyse & Kritik, n°611, 2015 - p. 27.
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  • Efthymia Makridou, « Cuidados e itinerarios de migrantes. Aprender de la diversidad de situaciones », Sociología del Trabajo, n°86, 2016 - p. 28-43.

  • Ivica Mladenovic, « Politička funkcija francuskog antitotalitarnog diskursa: idejno-istorijska perspektiva / Fonction politique du discours antitotalitaire français: mise en perspective histoire des idées », Sociologija. Časopis za sociologiju, socijalnu psihologiju i socijalnu antropologiju, vol.LVII, n°1, 2015 - p. 25-46 - (Article en serbe).

  • Izadora Xavier do Monte, « The Pen is mightier than the H-Bomb », Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies, vol.18, n°5, 2016 - p. 669-686.
    Résumé : Through discourse analysis of interviews with United Nations Security Council diplomats, this essay attempts to deconstruct the binary that opposes power politics and international law and morality. It intends to show that the context (or ‘conditions’) of production of UNSC documents – international law – does not counterbalance the hierarchies that define international power politics, but depends on and reinforces such hierarchies. International law makes the privileged position of some members more acceptable even in a context where the ideal of nations’ self-determination and democracy would seem to demand otherwise. It also allows the most powerful to determine what is to be considered fundamental for the international community, and who is to be constrained by force in these contexts, with important material effects.

  • Maria Patricio Mulero et Joaquim Rius-Ulldemolins, « From creative city to generative governance of the cultural policy system? The case of Barcelona's candidature as UNESCO City of Literature », City, Culture and Society, mai 2017 - en ligne : http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S1877916617300917 (Consulté le 24 août 2017).
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