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See detailExamining Managers' careers at the crossing of gender and age
Grodent, Françoise ULg; Peere, Isabelle ULg

Conference (2013, June 28)

This paper reviews the literature with a view to grounding empirical comparative research on male and female managers' careers with regard to three age categories: managers aged up to 35, between 35 and ... [more ▼]

This paper reviews the literature with a view to grounding empirical comparative research on male and female managers' careers with regard to three age categories: managers aged up to 35, between 35 and 50 and above 50. It considers both men and women as professional careers are influenced by gender as well as by stereotyped gender roles. Hence, distinguishing these age categories affords consideration of evolving contextual factors such as gender-specific roles upheld throughout time. Indeed social perceptions with regard to gender can vary from one generation to another and sensibly affect career choices. Thus considering age in correlation with gender leads up to broaching "intersectionality", a concept which in diversity management consists in crossing the target groups concerned. This theoretical overview of the literature relating to the careers of managers yields a theoretical frame of reference along with qualitative propositions to be tested subsequently in the field. [less ▲]

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See detailLe chant des Belges en 1914-18- l'élan d'une nation
Peere, Isabelle ULg

in B.A.S.I.S Ballads and Songs -- International Studies (2008), B.A.S.I.S 4

La recherche porte sur un corpus inédit de quelque 200 textes de chants populaires 'belges', en langue française et wallonne, provenant de cahiers de chansons ou de feuilles volantes, et se rapportant ... [more ▼]

La recherche porte sur un corpus inédit de quelque 200 textes de chants populaires 'belges', en langue française et wallonne, provenant de cahiers de chansons ou de feuilles volantes, et se rapportant directement à la guerre de 1914-18. [less ▲]

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See detailNarrative Songs of the Bruges Lacemakers (1730-1879)
Peere, Isabelle ULg

Conference (2007, September)

A general account of the textual and contextual data on lacemakers' songs provided by Lootens and Feys' song collection, Chants populaires flamands (1879) as a valuable source of information on the ... [more ▼]

A general account of the textual and contextual data on lacemakers' songs provided by Lootens and Feys' song collection, Chants populaires flamands (1879) as a valuable source of information on the complex study of the lacemaking tradition [less ▲]

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See detailCompte-rendu de l'ouvrage: La Guerre en chansons. Textes réunis par François Genton.
Peere, Isabelle ULg

in Lied und Populäre Kultur = Song and Popular Culture (2006), 50/51

A review of an interdisciplinary and multi-dimensional panorama on the relevance of 'borders' (cultural, political, ideological) in relation to major European social and political events viewed through ... [more ▼]

A review of an interdisciplinary and multi-dimensional panorama on the relevance of 'borders' (cultural, political, ideological) in relation to major European social and political events viewed through the testimonies of French, German, Austrian, Rumanian and Russian song [less ▲]

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See detailWho Poisoned 'la Marquise'? Tradition versus History
Peere, Isabelle ULg

Conference (2006, April)

This study analyses the „story“ of the ballad of 'La Marquise empoisonnée' over time and space - from its earliest record (1841) to its presence in the repertoires of contemporary youth songsters and ... [more ▼]

This study analyses the „story“ of the ballad of 'La Marquise empoisonnée' over time and space - from its earliest record (1841) to its presence in the repertoires of contemporary youth songsters and revival singers, and from its native France to French-America. While textual stability/variation helps define the song’s emotional core, the told/untold parts of the tale reveal the space open to individual performative as well as interpretive (re)creation. In the light of this textual data – the only (poetic) context available for the song – manifesting stock characterization, impersonal narrative perspective, vivid dramatization, sparse idiom, etc. – the contention is that the song’s persistence across both sides of the Atlantic owes as much to the traditional process that shaped it as Volkslied as to its possible historical background or literary/semi-literary origin. [less ▲]

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See detailConference Opening Speech
Peere, Isabelle ULg

Speech (2005)

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See detail"'Saint Nicolas et les enfants au saloir: a Pseudo-Popular Gem of the Traditional Repertoire?"
Peere, Isabelle ULg

Conference (2005, July)

A tentative reassessment of the traditional character of Gérard de Nerval's record of the famous song in the light of earlier records of the song in French and European tradition from the medieval ... [more ▼]

A tentative reassessment of the traditional character of Gérard de Nerval's record of the famous song in the light of earlier records of the song in French and European tradition from the medieval tradition to the present [less ▲]

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See detailBallads and Diversity: Perspectives on Gender, Ethos, Power and Play
Peere, Isabelle ULg; Top, Stefaan

Book published by Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier (2004)

This collection of articles opens the first international publication series for the study of ballads and songs. It draws upon international ballad research by the Kommission für Volksdichtung of the ... [more ▼]

This collection of articles opens the first international publication series for the study of ballads and songs. It draws upon international ballad research by the Kommission für Volksdichtung of the Société d'Ethnologie et de Folklore. [less ▲]

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See detailBack to Earth - Ballads and (Bio)diversity
Peere, Isabelle ULg

in B.A.S.I.S Ballads and Songs International Studies (2004)

Introduction à une collection de 27 contributions

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See detailChants populaires flamands (1879): A Scholarly Field Collection and an Early Individual Repertoire
Peere, Isabelle ULg

in McKean, Thomas A. (Ed.) The Flowering Thorn (2003)

This article introduces the study of the individual song repertoire of Lootens and Feys's collection entitled Chants populaires flamands (1879) by investigating the collectors' biography, the genesis of ... [more ▼]

This article introduces the study of the individual song repertoire of Lootens and Feys's collection entitled Chants populaires flamands (1879) by investigating the collectors' biography, the genesis of the collection, its publication and reception, the collectors' approach and the corpus' contents. [less ▲]

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See detailComptines de dentellières brugeoises (1730-1850): entre travail, école et jeu, colère et prière
Peere, Isabelle ULg

in Barna, Gabor, Kriza, Ildiko (Ed.) Folk Ballads, Ethics, Moral Issues (2002)

An investigation of the song corpus of Lootens and Feys's Chants populaires flamands, a published collection of Flemish popular songs transcribed from the lips of a middle-class lady born in Bruges in ... [more ▼]

An investigation of the song corpus of Lootens and Feys's Chants populaires flamands, a published collection of Flemish popular songs transcribed from the lips of a middle-class lady born in Bruges in 1795. [less ▲]

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See detailHet Volksliedonderzoek in Nederland en Vlaanderen: Stand van Zaken en Toekomstperspectieven
Peere, Isabelle ULg

Conference (2001, September 24)

An assessment of folksong research in the Netherlands and in Flanders over the past 150 years and an outline of its present and future perspectives

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See detailChants populaires flamands (1879) als wetenschappelijke getuigenis van een vroeg individueel repertoire: een voorstudie
Peere, Isabelle ULg

in Volkskunde (2000), (4),

This article is the summary of a lecture given on the 29th conference of the Kommission für Volksdichtung in Aberdeen in August 1999. The author tests the existing context literature on the well-known ... [more ▼]

This article is the summary of a lecture given on the 29th conference of the Kommission für Volksdichtung in Aberdeen in August 1999. The author tests the existing context literature on the well-known folk song collection 'Chants Populaires Flamands avec les airs notés et poésies populaires diverses recueillis à Bruges' by Ad.-R. Lootens and J.M.E. Feys with novel data and on the basis of these, she sets up some new hypotheses. The writer proves that Lootens and Feys might have been relatives and that Catherine Beyaert, Lootens 's mother was, most likely, the most important source of Lootens's fielswork. Moreover, she casts a new light on the collaboration between Lootens and Feys during the realization of the manuscript. [less ▲]

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See detail"'Le répertoire d'une dame de la bonne bourgeoisie de Bruges' (1879): pièces d'identités, traces de mentalités"
Peere, Isabelle ULg

in Constantinescu, Nicolae (Ed.) Balade Si Studiile Despre Balada La Cumpana Dintre Secole. Actele Celei de a 30-a Conferite Internationale de Balada - Comisia de Balade a S.I.E.F (2000)

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See detailContinuité et discontinuité dans le répertoire anglophone de la ballade traditionnelle terre-neuvienne
Peere, Isabelle ULg

Conference (1995, May 26)

A structural analysis highlighting the constant versus variable elements found throughout various layers of the Newfoundland song tradition (Child ballads, imported broadsides and local compositions) in ... [more ▼]

A structural analysis highlighting the constant versus variable elements found throughout various layers of the Newfoundland song tradition (Child ballads, imported broadsides and local compositions) in relation to revenants [less ▲]

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See detail"Emile Benoît's 'Vive la rose' as a Newfoundland Traditional Song"
Peere, Isabelle ULg

Conference (1993, June 02)

This paper examines Newfoundland tradition-bearer Emile Benoît's recreation of Guy Béart's recorded version of 'Vive la rose', highlighting the former's transformation of the text and tune and suggesting ... [more ▼]

This paper examines Newfoundland tradition-bearer Emile Benoît's recreation of Guy Béart's recorded version of 'Vive la rose', highlighting the former's transformation of the text and tune and suggesting a personal interpretation of the traditional recreative process in the light of previous personal field recordings of Benoît's personal experience narratives and singing. [less ▲]

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See detailDeath as an Expression of Worldview in a Ballad Culture: The Evidence of Newfoundland
Peere, Isabelle ULg

Doctoral thesis (1992)

This study investigates death as an expression of worldview in Newfoundland tradition, and with particular attention given to its classical ballads. From the correlation of their people's life style and ... [more ▼]

This study investigates death as an expression of worldview in Newfoundland tradition, and with particular attention given to its classical ballads. From the correlation of their people's life style and moral orientations (the pragmatic context), the views and values carried across genres (the symbolic context) and those expressed within the ballads (their poetic context), one claims to find articulated a coherent worldview upholding positive behaviour--in the face of death as in life. While this attitude is found expressed in traditional societies as well as in classical balladry, it pervades past and modern local tradition, and seems particularly appropriate to Newfoundland's maritime culture. The striking prominence of revenant types in the classical ballad repertoire and the exceptional courage of the heroine of the most popular "Sweet William's Ghost" (Ch 77) confirm local concern with bereavement and its successful resolution. This evidence for Newfoundland yields the proposition that, while the meanings carried in a cultural ballad corpus are essentially generic, they are actualized in dynamic relation with specific cultural contexts and worldviews. [less ▲]

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