methodology

L'ensemble des articles ayant pour mot clé : methodology

Du travail de l’histoire à la professionnalisation de la raison.

Anheim, Étienne. 2018. Le travail de l’histoire. Paris : Éditions de la Sorbonne, coll. « Itinéraires ».

Hugo Steinmetz | 15.11.2019

Etienne Anheim’s book is the published version of the synthesis thesis constituting his authorization to direct research, supported in 2015. By questioning the historian’s profession in the continuity of Marc Bloch’s work, the author skilfully raises the question of the professional practice of history, the conditions of its teaching and its influence beyond the spheres of research. [...]

Dans le brouillard du projet urbain. Peer review

Observer sa ville comme habitant.

Américo Mariani | 31.05.2019

Cet article donne à voir une étape d’une recherche en cours sur la transformation de l’espace et les possibilités de subjectivation politique qu’elle donne ou pas. Située à Toulouse, elle prend place dans un moment particulier d’intensification du projet urbain, dans une ville déjà profondément marquée par les transformations. Partant du dit « projet urbain », l’auteur prend acte d’une dissolution de son objet, la Ville, dans la multiplicité des expériences qui constituent l’urbain. Commence alors une tentative méthodologique [...]

Pratiquer l’interdisciplinarité : pourquoi persister ? Peer review

Nicole Mathieu | 07.02.2018

In charge of the conclusion of a seminar devoted to the evaluation of the multidisciplinary practices of young researchers with various disciplinary trainings, the author drives the reader of this paper into a confrontation of the postures and experiences of these "newbies" with her own, built in its long time of experience in interdisciplinarity. By identifying first the points of convergence – to get out of disciplinary rigidity and invent an assembling method –, she then detects those that deviate from [...]

Effets de terrain. Peer review

Anne Doquet et Joëlle Le Marec | 14.09.2017

What kind of knowledge do we produce in the social sciences ? The problem is constantly discussed, mostly from a review of the literature (after all stages of academic refining) more than by sharing what is learned from the survey. However, it can be reconsidered not as a technical stage of collection, but as an open process that begins well before and continues well after the phase described in theses and articles as the space-time reserved for the study area. [...]