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  • Catherine Bonvalet et Céline Clément, « Stepfamily and Residential Rootedness », in C. Bonvalet, E. Lelièvre (éd.), Family beyond household and kin. Life Event Histories and Entourage, a French Survey, Springer, coll. Ined Population Studies, 2016 - p. 151-168.

  • M. Bouchet-Valat, Camille Peugny et Louis-André Vallet, « Inequality of Educational Returns in France. Some Evidence of Change in the Relative Importance of the Effect of Education and Social Background on Occupational Careers », in G. Ballarino, F. Bernardi (éd.), Education, occupation and social origin a comparative analysis of the transmission of socio-economic inequalities, Edward Elgar, 2016 - p. 20-33.
  • Carole Brugeilles et Olga Rojas, « Inicio de la práctica anticonceptiva y formación de las familias. Experiencia de tres cohortes mexicanas », in M. E. Cosio-Zavala, M. - L. Coubès, P. Solís (éd.), Generaciones, cursos de vida y desigualdad social en México, Ciudad de México : D.F : El Colegio De México, 2016 - p. 17-42.

  • Carole Brugeilles et Pascal Sebille, « Fathers’ and Mothers’ Involvement in Parental Tasks: An Unequal Division », in A. Régnier-Loilier (éd.), The Contemporary Family in France, Springer International Publishing, coll. INED Population Studies, 2015 - p. 203-225.
    This chapter looks at the division of parental tasks by focusing on the gender relations at play both in the parents’ generation, as they tie in with other social relations approached through demographic and socioeconomic characteristics (age differences between partners, educational level, occupation, income, work time, etc.), and between parents and children. The aim is to verify whether, in addition to gender relations in the parental couple, family composition—number, age and especially gender of the children—has an influence on fathers’ and mothers’ day-to-day involvement in childcare. Less involved in routine daily tasks, fathers still appear to be secondary players in the education and care of their children. Paternal investment varies according to the types of task involved, however (dressing the children, putting them to bed, taking them places, leisure activities and homework), and according to the characteristics of the couple and the children. Questions of identity and gender relations within the family thus explain the persistently wide gender gap in parental involvement.
  • Christine Cadot, « Wars afterwards. The repression of the great war in European collective memory », in B. Wellings, S. Sumartojo (éd.), Remembering the Great War. Memory, Nation, Commemoration, Peter Lang, 2014 - p. 259-272.
  • Marie Cartier, Isabelle Coutant, Olivier Masclet et Yasmine Siblot, « From “petit-bourgeois” to “petits-moyens”, an invitation to explore short-range upward social mobility », in P. Coulangeon, J. Duval (éd.), The Routledge Companion to Bourdieu’s ’Distinction’, Routledge, 2014 - p. 63-77.
  • Cornelia Möser, « Travelling Gender in France and Germany. The Feminist Gender Debates as Cultural Translations », in O. Castro, E. Ergun (éd.), Feminist translation studies: local and transnational perspectives, New York : Routledge, coll. Routledge advances in translation and interpreting studies, 2017 - p. 80-92.

  • Sylvie Contrepois, « Internships and volunteering in Europe. A precarious way to professionalization », in R. Cillo (éd.), Nuove frontiere della precarietà del lavoro. Stage, tirocini e lavoro degli studenti universitari, Venise : Edizioni Ca’ Foscari, coll. Collana Società e trasformazioni sociali, 2017.
  • Sylvie Contrepois et Heather Connolly, « From Social Movement to Labour Protests: The Case of the "Sans Papiers" in France », in H. Connolly, A. Fishwick (éd.), From protest to resistance: Fighting back in hard times, Rowman and Littlefield International, 2018.
  • Maria Eugenia Cosio-Zavala et Olinca Paés, « Tendencias y determinantes de la fecundidad en México: las desigualdades sociales », in Cosio Zavala, M. - L. Coubès, P. Solís (éd.), Generaciones, cursos de vida y desigualdad social en México, Ciudad de México : D.F : El Colegio De México, 2016 - p. 45-76.

  • Maria Eugenia Cosio-Zavala et Victoria Prieto Rosas, « El papel de las migraciones en la población latinoamericana », in P. Galeana (éd.), Historia Comparada de las Migraciones en las Américas [en ligne], Mexico : Instituto de Investigaciones Jurídicas, UNAM, 2014 - p. 87-111  - en ligne : (Consulté le 27 novembre 2015) - 87-111 p.
  • Maria Eugenia Cosio-Zavala, « La transición demográfica 1895-2010 ¿Una transición original? », in C. Rabell (éd.), Los mexicanos. Un balance del cambio demográfico, Mexico : Fondo de Cultura Económica, 2014 - p. 80-114.

  • Claude Dargent, « Religious change, public space and beliefs in Europe », in P. Bréchon, F. Gonthier (éd.), European values, Brill, 2017 - p. 104-121.
  • Dargent, « The Integration of Muslims and the Charlie Hebdo Attacks », in E. Aslan, M. Hermansen (éd.), Religion and Violence Muslim and Christian Theological and Pedagogical Reflections, Springer, 2017 - p. 55-71.

  • Nora El Qadim, Tatiana Eremenko et Elsa Steichen, « Southern Europeans in France: invisible immigrants? », in J. - M. L. M. Lafleur, M. Stanek (éd.), South-North Migration of EU Citizens in Times of Crisis, Springer Books, 2017 - p. 123-148  - en ligne : (Consulté le 10 mai 2017) - 123-148 p.

  • Nora El Qadim, « De-Europeanising EUropean borders: EU-Morocco negotiations on migrations and the decentring agenda in EU studies », in M. Woons, S. Weier (éd.), Borders, Borderthinking, Borderlands: Developing a Critical Epistemology of Global Politics, E-International Relations, 2017 - p. 134-151.

  • Jane Freedman, « Treating sexual violence as a business? Reflections on national and international responses to sexual and gender-based violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo », in Gendered Perspectives on Conflict and Violence: Part B, vol.18B, Emerald Group Publishing, coll. Advances in Gender Research, 2014 - p. 125-143.
    This chapter aims to question the ways in which sexual and gender-based violence have been framed in international discourse and policy and thus to examine some of the causes of the perceived failure of international responses to this violence. Methodology : The chapter is based on qualitative research carried out through key informant interviews and focus groups in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Findings : The research highlights the ways in which limited understandings of sexual and gender-based violence lead to interventions which have unintended and sometimes negative consequences for gender relations in the DRC. Social implications : The chapter calls on researchers, policy makers, and aid practitioners to rethink their approaches to tackling sexual and gender-based violence and to incorporate these into a more coherent overall approach to gender inequality.
  • Jane Freedman, « Amateur Humanitarianism, Social Solidarity and “Volunteer Tourism” in the EU Refugee “Crisis” », in A. Ahmad, J. Smith (éd.), Humanitarian Action and Ethics, Zed Books, 2018.
  • Jane Freedman, « Mainstreaming Gender in EU Immigration and Asylum Policy », in H. MacRae, E. Weiner (éd.), Towards Gendering Institutionalism, Rowman and Littlefield, coll. Feminist Institutionalist Perspectives, 2017 - p. 145-165.
  • Nadya Araujo Guimarães et Helena Hirata, « Trabalho e gênero », in M. Löwy (éd.), O marxismo na América Latina: uma antologia de 1909 aos dias atuais, [s.n.], 2012 - p. 624-630.
  • Karim Hammou, « Between social worlds and local scenes. Patterns of collaborations in francophone rap music », in N. Crossley, S. McAndrew, P. Widdop (éd.), Social Networks and Music Worlds, Routledge, coll. Routledge Advances in Sociology, 2014 - p. 104-121.

  • Sylvie Contrepois, « Regeneration and class identities. A case study in the Corbeil-Essonnes Evry region, France », in S. C. High, L. MacKinnon, A. Perhard (éd.), The deindustrialized world: confronting ruination in postindustrial places, Vancouver ; Toronto : University of British Columbia Press, 2017.
  • Michel Kokoreff, « Traficos de drogas : entre globalizatio e localizaçao », in A. Peralva, V. Silva Telles (éd.), Ilegalismo na Globalizaçao. Migraçoes, trabalho, mercados, Rio de Janeiro : Editora UFRJ, 2015 - p. 331-354.
  • Danièle Linhart, « Modernizaçao e precaizaçao da vida de trabalho », in R. Antunes (éd.), Requiza e miseria do trabalho no Brazil, vol.2, Brésil : Edition Boitempo, 2014 - p. 45-55.

  • Sylvie Contrepois, « France, the assimilationist model under question », in S. Marino, J. Roosblad, R. Penninx (éd.), Trade unions and migrant workers: new contexts and challenges in Europe, Cheltenham, UK : Edward Elgar Publishing, coll. ILERA publication series, 2017.
  • Yves Sintomer, « Cuotas de género, representación política e innovaciones democráticas. La ley sobre la paridad electoral entre mujeres y hombres en Francia al reflejo del subcontinente indio », in J. Martínez Palacios (éd.), Innovaciones Democráticas Feministas, Madrid : Dykinson. Instituto Internacional de Sociología Jurídica de Oñati, 2017.
  • Cornelia Möser, « Gender der Streit um eine Forschungskategorie », in F. Berger, A. Kwaschik (éd.), La "condition féminine" : Feminismus und Frauenbewegung im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert = féminismes et mouvements de femmes aux XIXe-XXe siècles, Stuttgart : Franz Steiner Verlag, 2016 - p. 239-250.
  • Cornelia Möser, « Travelling Gender in France and Germany. The Feminist Gender Debates as Cultural Translations », in O. Castro, E. Ergun (éd.), Feminist Translation Studies : Local and Transnational Perspectives, Routledge, 2017.
    Feminist Translation Studies: Local and Transnational Perspectives situates feminist translation as political activism. Chapters highlight the multiple agendas and visions of feminist translation and the different political voices and cultural heritages through which it speaks across times and places, addressing the question of how both literary and nonliterary discourses migrate and contribute to local and transnational processes of feminist knowledge building and political activism. This collection does not pursue a narrow, fixed definition of feminism that is based solely on (Eurocentric or West-centric) gender politics―rather, Feminist Translation Studies: Local and Transnational Perspectives seeks to expand our understanding of feminist action not only to include feminist translation as resistance against multiple forms of domination, but also to rethink feminist translation through feminist theories and practices developed in different geohistorical and disciplinary contexts. In so doing, the collection expands the geopolitical, sociocultural and historical scope of the field from different disciplinary perspectives, pointing towards a more transnational, interdisciplinary and overtly political conceptualization of translation studies.
  • Cornelia Möser, « Die feministischen Gender-Debatten in Frankreich und Deutschland. Ein Paradigmenwechsel in der feministischen Theorie ? », in L. Gasteiger, M. Grimm, B. Umrath (éd.), Theorie und Kritik. Dialogue zwischen differenten Denkstilen une Disziplinen, Bielefeld : Transcript, 2015 - p. 185-208.
  • Delphine Naudier, « The talent agent’s role in producing artists’ symbolic and commercial value in France », in D. Bielby, V. Roussel (éd.), Brokerage and Production in the American and French Entertainment Industries: Invisible Hands in Cultural Markets, New York : Lexington Books, 2015 - p. 55-74.
  • Luca Paltrinieri, « Beetween (Bio)Ethics and (Bio)Politics : What Life? », in G. Bianco, M. De Beistegui, M. Gracieuse (éd.), The Care of Life. Trandisciplinary Perspectives in Bioethics and Biopolitics, New York : Rowman & Littlefield, 2014 - p. 33-45.
  • Luca Paltrinieri, « Una tentativa de interpretación global de la obra de Foucault: la experiencia y el pensamiento », in L. E. Goméz (éd.), Michel Foucault. De la Arqueología a la Biopolítica, Mexico : Facultad de Ciencias Políticas y Sociales (FCPyS)-UNAM, 2015 - p. 23-55.
  • Eloísa del Pino et Yves Sintomer, « The national and regional contexts of participatory experiences », in J. Font, D. della Porta, Y. Sintomer (éd.), Local participation in Southern Europe: Causes and Consequences, Londres : Rowman & Littlefield, 2014 - p. 21-36.
  • Alain Quemin, « International Fame, Success and Consecration in the Visual Arts. A Sociological Perspective on Two Rankings of the "Top 100 Artists in the World“: the "Kunstkompass“ and the "Capital Kunstmarkt Kompass“ », in D. Danko, O. Moeschler, F. Schumacher (éd.), Kunst und Öffentlichkeit. Reihe „Kunst und Gesellschaft", Wiesbaden : Springer ; VS-Verlag, 2014 - p. 345-364.
  • Alain Quemin, « Evoluçào do mercado de arte : internacionalizaçào crescente e desenvolvimento da arte contemporânea », in A. L. Fialho, A. De Moraes, A. Quemin (éd.), O Valor da Obra de Arte, Sao Paulo, Brasil : Metalibros, 2014 - p. 10-30.
  • Alain Quemin, « Social Recognition and Success in the Visual Arts: A Sociological Perspective on Two Rankings of the Top 100 Artists in the World and the Uneven Distribution of Success Among Nations », in G. Manzo (éd.), Theories and Social Mechanisms. Essays in Honour of Mohamed Cherkaoui, Oxford : Bardwell Press, 2015 - p. 181-206.
  • Alain Quemin et Femke Van Hest, « The Impact of Nationality and Territory on Fame and Success in the Visual Arts Sector: Artists, Experts, and the Market », in S. Baia Curioni, O. Velthuis (éd.), Cosmopolitan Canvases. The Globalization of Markets for Contemporary Art, Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2015 - p. 170-192.
  • Violaine Roussel, « Cultural Brokerage in the French and American Film and Television Industries », in D. Bielby, V. Roussel (éd.), Brokerage and Production in the American and French Entertainment Industries: Invisible Hands in Cultural Markets, New York : Lexington Books, 2015 - p. 1-14.
  • Violaine Roussel, « "It’s not the network, it’s the relationship". The Relational Work of Hollywood Talent Agents. », in D. Bielby, V. Roussel (éd.), Brokerage and Production in the American and French Entertainment Industries: Invisible Hands in Cultural Markets, New York : Lexington Books, 2015.
  • Violaine Roussel, « Talent Agenting in the Age of Conglomerates », in M. Curtin, K. Sanson (éd.), Precarious Creativity, Berkeley : Univresity of California Press, 2016 - p. 86-100.
  • Cherry Schrecker et Clara Lévy, « In What Way (or Not) is Bourdieu Useful to the Sociology of Literature? », in J. Halley, D. Senolet (éd.), After Bourdieu. Recent developments in french sociology of art, Brill, 2017 - p. 361-381.
  • Pascal Sebille, « La migración en México : ¿ Una historia de familia ? ¿Un asunto de género ? », in Coubès, Solís, M. E. Zavala de Cosío (éd.), Generaciones, curso de vida y desigualdad social en México, D.F : El Colegio De México, 2016 - p. 255-279.

  • Pascal Sebille, « Changing Patterns of Transition to Adulthood », in A. Régnier-Loilier (éd.), The Contemporary Family in France, Springer International Publishing, coll. INED Population Studies, 2015 - p. 17-41 - (DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-09528-8_2).
    While contemporary sociological and demographic studies seem to confirm the idea that the transition to adulthood is occurring at an increasingly older age in France, they have not yet clearly determined what exactly is involved in this “passage” from youth to adulthood. Study of schooling and educational trajectories, family and occupational paths, and analysis of the interactions between them in individual life histories, provides a fresh perspective on transitions to adulthood and the complexity thereof. Completing education, finding a job, moving out of the parental home, entering a union and founding a family—all these events are interwoven in individual life histories, and sometimes challenge the various generational and social rationales. Are we seeing convergence in the ways men and women reach adulthood? Are today’s transition models characterized by greater social diversity than those of the past? This chapter presents an overall picture of the changes in the transition to adulthood that have occurred in France since the generations born in the late 1920s.
  • Yves Sintomer, « Random Selection, Republican Self-government, and Deliberative Democracy », in S. Coleman, A. Przybylska, Y. Sintomer (éd.), Deliberation: values, processes, institutions, Varsovie : Peter Lang, 2015 - p. 269-292.

  • Yves Sintomer, « Transnational Models of Citizen Participation: The Case of Participatory Budgeting », in N. Dias (éd.), Hope for Democracy. 25 years of Participatory Budgeting Worldwide, São Brás de Alportel (Portugal) : In Loco Association, 2014 - p. 28-46  - en ligne : (Consulté le 29 avril 2015) - 28-46 p.
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