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Intégration islamique et bien-être social à Paris : le foyer soninké et la confrérie mouride

Accoroni, Dafne (28 déc. 2011)

The focus of my thesis is on Muslim Soninké migrants from the region of Kayes (Mali), living in a foyer (housing centre for exclusively male residents) in Paris. The foyers are a peculiar French characteristic, to which my interest was drawn to analyse issues of integration as part of the French ...

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Source : CSIC

How Does Structure Affect Industrial Districts Innovation?

Gabaldón Estevan, Daniel et al. (18 juin 2007)

19 pages, 4 figures, 2 tables This research explores the innovation capacity of the two most important ceramic tile industrial districts in Europe, the Italian (Sassuolo) and the Spanish (Castellon) districts, following the Regional Innovation Systems and the Industrial Districts theoretical ...

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The role of science in the transition to sustainability: the systems approach framework for integrated coastal zone management

Hopkins, T. S. et al. (3 janv. 2013)

Sustainability science is emerging as the transdisciplinary research field that provides the information and technical support needed for sustainable development (SD). It has complex and far reaching implications for research and for society. SD is a learning process that requires difficult social ...

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Source : DANS

Decision analysis to complete diagnostic research by closing the gap between test characteristics and cost-effectiveness

Schaafsma, Joanna D. et al. (déc. 2009)

Objective: The lack of a standard methodology in diagnostic research impedes adequate evaluation before implementation of constantly developing diagnostic techniques. We discuss the methodology of diagnostic research and underscore the relevance of decision analysis in the process of evaluation of ...

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Source : DANS

Talent Management in academia : An exploratory study in Dutch universities using a multi-dimensional approach

Thunnissen, M.A.G. (9 janv. 2015)

Many business leaders, practitioners and academics attach great value to talent and TM, but there is still little known about how (and how well) TM really works in practice. In addition, current assumptions, viewpoints and actions in both academic and practitioner literature appear to be based on a ...

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Strategies as Concurrent Processes

Castellan, Simon et al. (12 juin 2014)

International audience Concurrent strategies are shown to support operations yielding an economic yet rich higher-order con-current process language, which shares features both with process calculi and nondeterministic dataflow. Its operational semantics and 'may and must' equivalence require that ...

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Source : Bib. UdeM

Canada’s Unfathomable Unwritten Constitutional Principles

Leclair, Jean (2002)

[À l'origine dans / Was originally part of : Fac. Droit - Coll. facultaire - Droit constitutionnel et Libertés publiques] Since the advent of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms in 1982, Canadians courts have become bolder in the law-making entreprise, and have recently resorted to ...

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Modelling and hazard analysis for contaminated sediments using stamp model

Hardy, Karim et al. (8 mai 2011)

Available on: http://www.aidic.it/pres11/webpapers/95Hardy.pdf International audience Processes for remediation (removal of pollution or contaminants) of contaminated sediments have become very efficient. These technologies, which are particularly complex, call for a comprehensive approach to risk ...

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Lessons from BWS twins: Complex maternal and paternal hypomethylation and a common source of haematopoietic stem cells

Bliek, Jet et al. (12 juin 2009)

textabstractThe Beckwith-Wiedemann syndrome (BWS) is a growth disorder for which an increased frequency of monozygotic (MZ) twinning has been reported. With few exceptions, these twins are discordant for BWS and for females. Here, we describe the molecular and phenotypic analysis of 12 BWS twins and ...

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