L'ensemble des articles ayant pour mot clé : conflict

Les ennemis des sciences sociales.

Hervé Le Bras | 24.11.2016

The first circle of conflict lies inside each social science. Analytical approaches are opposed to systemical ones. Two examples are given. The first is the well-known Malthusian debate about population and subsistence. Those practicing analytical research dig each term deeply, contrasting them and describing their evolution. Those practicing systemic research study the interactions between the components of the two terms. The second example concerns the attempt to forecast the future evolution of fertility in France, which was a source [...]

Gérer les conflits dans l’espace urbain, 18e-21e siècles.

Quentin Verreycken | 25.08.2015

La ville en ébullition is a collective work containing about fifteen contributions that discuss the management of conflicts and insecurity in urban space, from the eighteenth century until today. The papers, written by historians, sociologists, geographers and lawyers, are organized according to three thematics : the evolution of the concept of insecurity, the maintenance of order in troubled urban spaces, and the daily regulation of city dwellers through more or less authoritative means. [...]