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Domestic Tensions National Anxieties

Author: Hanan Kholoussy
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Since the late nineteenth century, fears that marriage is in crisis have reverberated around the world. This volume explores this phenomenon, asking why people of various races, classes, and nations frequently seem to be fretting about marriage. Each of the chapters analyzes a specific time and place during which proclamations of marriage crisis have dominated public discourse, whether in late imperial Russia, 1920s India, mid-century France, or present-day Iran. Collectively, the chapters reveal how diverse individuals have deployed the institution of marriage to talk not only about intimate relationships, but also to understand the nation, its problems, and various socioeconomic and political transformations.


Ecoles plurilingues

Author: Gabriele Budach
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Migration und Mehrsprachigkeit stellen die Schulen in vielen Landern vor eine bedeutende Herausforderung: Wie sollen sie mit der sprachlichen Verschiedenheit umgehen? Der Band stellt Konzepte und Erfahrungen zum mehrsprachigen Lehren und Lernen und insbesondere das Modell der doppelten Immersion vor. La migration et le plurilinguisme sont un defi majeur pour les systemes educatifs de nombreux pays: comment nos ecoles peuvent-elles gerer la diversite linguistique ? Ce volume rassemble des approches theoriques et rend compte d'experiences d'apprentissage et d'enseignement plurilingues, notamment du modele de l'immersion reciproque. How to deal with linguistic diversity? Migration and multilingualism raise substantial issues for schools in many countries. This volume engages with concepts such as double immersion and presents experiences with multilingual teaching and learning from Europe and the US."


Practiced Citizenship

Author: Nimisha Barton
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Over fifty years ago sociologist T. H. Marshall first opened the modern debate about the evolution of full citizenship in modern nation-states, arguing that it proceeded in three stages: from civil rights, to political rights, and finally to social rights. The shortcomings of this model were clear to feminist scholars. As political theorist Carol Pateman argued, the modern social contract undergirding nation-states was from the start premised on an implicit "sexual contract." According to Pateman, the birth of modern democracy necessarily resulted in the political erasure of women. Since the 1990s feminist historians have realized that Marshall's typology failed to describe adequately developments that affected women in France. An examination of the role of women and gender in welfare-state development suggested that social rights rooted in republican notions of womanhood came early and fast for women in France even while political and economic rights would continue to lag behind. While their considerable access to social citizenship privileges shaped their prospects, the absence of women's formal rights still dominates the conversation. Practiced Citizenship offers a significant rereading of that narrative. Through an analysis of how citizenship was lived, practiced, and deployed by women in France in the modern period, Practiced Citizenship demonstrates how gender normativity and the resulting constraints placed on women nevertheless created opportunities for a renegotiation of the social and sexual contract.


5 1 1968

Author: J. Jackson
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The events of 1968 are often seen purely as a student revolution, but impacted on every aspect of French society – theatre, film, sexuality, race, the countryside, the factories. This volume explores the full diversity of this extraordinary upheaval, and shows how 1968 continues to reverberate in France today.


International Child Welfare Review

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Vatican II

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Le deuxième concile du Vatican (1961-1965) fut l’un des événements religieux les plus importants du vingtième siècle. Au Canada, il coïncida avec une période de changements culturels et sociétaux sans précédent, entraînant chez les évêques catholiques canadiens un réexamen de la place et de la mission de l’Église dans le monde. Pendant quatre ans, les évêques catholiques canadiens se réunirent avec leurs collègues de partout dans le monde pour réfléchir aux questions urgentes qui se posaient à l’Église et en débattre. Ce livre bilingue étudie l’interprétation et la réception de Vatican II au Canada, analysant diverses questions, dont le rôle des médias, les réactions des autres chrétiens, les contributions des participants canadiens, l’impact du Concile sur la pratique religieuse et sa contribution à la progression du dialogue interreligieux. The Second Vatican Council (1961-1965) was one of the most significant religious events of the twentieth-century. In Canada, it was part of a moment of unprecedented cultural and societal change, causing Canadian Catholics to reexamine the church’s place and mission in the world. For four years, Canadian Catholic bishops met with their peers from around the globe to reflect on and debate the pressing issues facing the church. This bilingual volume explores the interpretation and reception of Vatican II in Canada, looking at many issues including the role of the media, the reactions of other Christians, the contributions of Canadian participants, the council’s impact on religious practice and its contribution to the growth of inter-religious dialogue.


Education Canada

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Education Nouvelle Et Sciences de L ducation

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This book is about the tumultuous and even passionate relationship between New Education and Educational Sciences, which are regarded as an inseparable -couple-, intrinsically linked and surprisingly fruitful. Yet they remain irreconcilable and are mutually contradictory in a number of their elements and characteristics. Do Educational Sciences offer a scientific base or ideological support for New Education? Do the numerous new educational initiatives and reforms provide a -laboratory- for Educational Sciences or alternatives to the new scientific paradigms? Is this at the risk of their merging? And what is the price of these tensions? Specialists in the history of Educational Sciences and New Education from various geographical, cultural and disciplinary horizons explore the complex links between this powerful reforming movement and the nascent disciplinary field that emerged during the first half of the 20th century. Cet ouvrage analyse les relations tumultueuses - passionnelles meme - de l'Education nouvelle et des Sciences de l'education: un couple indissociable - intrinsequement lie et d'une etonnante fecondite - autant qu'inconciliable, nombre de leurs presupposes et caracteristiques se contredisant mutuellement. Les Sciences de l'education offrent-elles la base scientifique ou l'appui ideologique de l'Education nouvelle ? Les nombreuses experiences et reformes educatives constituent-elles des laboratoires des Sciences de l'education ou des alternatives aux nouveaux paradigmes scientifiques ? Au risque de leur fusion ? Au prix de quelles tensions ? Des specialistes de l'histoire des Sciences de l'education et de l'Education nouvelle d'horizons geographiques, culturels et disciplinaires divers explorent les rapports complexes entre ce puissant mouvement reformiste et le champ disciplinaire naissant durant la premiere moitie du 20e siecle."


Au Point

Author: Elaine Armstrong
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Au point, the leading advanced-level French course, has been fully revised and updated, to match the requirements of the new AS and GCE specifications.


Education familiale et services pour l enfance

Author: Enzo Catarsi
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Le terme “Service” a orienté les travaux de recherche et de formation lors du XIIIème Congrès de l'Association Internationale de Formation et de Recherche en Education Familiale (AIFREF). Il s'agissait, en l'occurrence, de se mettre au service de la petite enfance. L'acte qui consiste à se consacrer au service d'un être qui chemine sur la voie de l'autonomie a pris une consistance et une importance sans cesse croissantes au cours du développement de la modernité. Aujourd'hui, celle-ci connaît une profonde mutation : entrant dans la postmodernité, nous constatons que la notion de service prend un tout autre sens. Pour mieux être au service de l'enfance, il s'agit maintenant de savoir ce qui peut lui être utile. Qu'est-ce qui permet à l'enfant de grandir et de s'émanciper ? Et, dès lors, quels services convient-il de rendre à l'enfance ? Quelles sont la relevance, l'efficience, l'efficacité et la durabilité de ces services délibérément conçus et opérationnalisés ? Ces questions ont fait l'objet d'une mise en examen et ont orienté les travaux du XIIIème Congrès de l'AIFREF.