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See detailDeleuze on the revival of Bergson’s élan vital
Wong, Tai Tak Andy ULg

Conference (2011, June 28)

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See detailDeleuze, entre Nietzsche et Marx : l'histoire universelle, le fait moderne et le devenir-révolutionnaire
Krtolica, Igor ULg

in Actuel Marx (2012), 52(2), 62-77

This article examines how Deleuze attempts to conceive the possibility of a non-hegelian universal history by referring simultaneously to Nietzsche’s history of nihilism and Marx’s history of social ... [more ▼]

This article examines how Deleuze attempts to conceive the possibility of a non-hegelian universal history by referring simultaneously to Nietzsche’s history of nihilism and Marx’s history of social formations in the light of capitalism. It shows that this attempt involves a diagnosis of modernity after the historic failures of the nineteenth century messianisms, and also leads to the notion of becoming-revolutionary, which replaces Marx’s conception of revolution. From this triple point of view (universal history, diagnosis of modernity, becoming-revolutionary), it seems that Deleuze’s reading of Marx comes from his interpretation of Nietzsche. [less ▲]

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See detailDeliberate metaphors in political discourse: the case of citizen discourse
Perrez, Julien ULg; Reuchamps, Min

in Metaphorik (2014)

This article proposes to apply Steen’s (2008) 3D model of metaphor analysis in communication to a corpus of political discourse, in this case citizen discourse. Our corpus has accordingly been analysed by ... [more ▼]

This article proposes to apply Steen’s (2008) 3D model of metaphor analysis in communication to a corpus of political discourse, in this case citizen discourse. Our corpus has accordingly been analysed by making a distinction between three layers of metaphor, respectively at the linguistic (direct vs. indirect metaphors), conceptual (novel vs. conventional metaphors) and communicative levels (deliberate vs. non-deliberate metaphors). Our results suggest that making the distinction between deliberate and non-deliberate metaphors lead to meaningful political insights, notably pointing to differences in saliency of the source domains in terms of which citizens make sense of Belgian federalism. In this regard, the family domain, and more especially the metaphor BELGIAN FEDERALISM IS A LOVE RELATIONSHIP appears to function as an important conceptual reference point for the citizens’ understanding of the political relations in the Belgian context. [less ▲]

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See detailDeliberative Polls and Citizens’ Assemblies
Reuchamps, Min ULg

Scientific conference (2008, October 13)

In the first part of this presentation, the research techniques of delibarative polls and citizens' assemblies are presented and discussed. The second part presents the preliminary results from a small ... [more ▼]

In the first part of this presentation, the research techniques of delibarative polls and citizens' assemblies are presented and discussed. The second part presents the preliminary results from a small version of the citizens' assemblies technique applied in the context of deep-divided societies such as Belgium and Canada. [less ▲]

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See detailLa délimitation des concepts
Lotze, Hermann; Dewalque, Arnaud ULg

in Boccaccini, Federico (Ed.) Lotze et son héritage. Son influence et son impact sur la philosophie du XXe siècle (2015)

Dans ce texte, Lotze développe les grandes lignes d'une théorie des concepts, d'après laquelle les concepts que nous employons sont délimités conformément à certaines relations (de similarité, d ... [more ▼]

Dans ce texte, Lotze développe les grandes lignes d'une théorie des concepts, d'après laquelle les concepts que nous employons sont délimités conformément à certaines relations (de similarité, d'opposition, ou d'hétérogénéité) entre nos contenus de représentation. Cette théorie s'applique notamment aux contenus sensoriels (couleurs, sons, odeurs, etc.) et postule que la manière dont nous les décrivons conceptuellement est fondée dans la manière dont ils nous apparaissent. [less ▲]

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See detailDélimitation des hinterlands des agglomérations urbaines au départ d’une image de télédétection
Donnay, Jean-Paul ULg

in Revue Belge de Géographie (1995), 3-4(59), 325-331

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See detailDélimitation et classement des entités commerciales
Vazquez Parras, Juan ULg

Speech/Talk (2012)

This study develops a method classifying retail spaces through geometry. It attempts to objectify quantitatively several criterions (usually based on empirical observation) which define retail supply. The ... [more ▼]

This study develops a method classifying retail spaces through geometry. It attempts to objectify quantitatively several criterions (usually based on empirical observation) which define retail supply. The method developed shows that it is possible to characterize different commercial forms by using relatively simple indicators. In order to apply this method, this study drawn upon a database of 20,000 stores geolocalised and gathered by shopping areas all over Wallonia. This paper is divided into three main points: the construction of indicators, their compilation and the identification of a classification of retail spaces. [less ▲]

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See detailDélimitation, intensité et spécialisation des entités commerciales. Considérations méthodologiques
Merenne-Schoumaker, Bernadette ULg

in Bulletin de la Société Géographique de Liège (1982), (18), 77-89

The aim of this article is to confront various methods that are used to delimit commercial entities, to mesure the intensity of commercial activity of the various business spaces and sub-spaces and to ... [more ▼]

The aim of this article is to confront various methods that are used to delimit commercial entities, to mesure the intensity of commercial activity of the various business spaces and sub-spaces and to translate their specialisation. By showing the limits and performances of the various index numbers and processes, it tries to propose adequate methodological tools for a more precise analysis of the commercial function. [less ▲]

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See detailDélimiter des forêts communautaires : une approche par contraintes multiples
Schippers, C.; Bracke, C.; Ndouna Ango, A. et al

in Vermeulen, Cédric; Doucet, Jean-Louis (Eds.) Les premières forêts communautaires du Gabon : Récits d'une expérience pilote (2008)

La délimitation des forêts communautaires est une des premières étapes dans la mise en place de celles-ci. Ce processus étapes dans la mise en place de celles-ci. Ce processus que coutumières. Cet article ... [more ▼]

La délimitation des forêts communautaires est une des premières étapes dans la mise en place de celles-ci. Ce processus étapes dans la mise en place de celles-ci. Ce processus que coutumières. Cet article présente une méthodologie de délimitation participative, techniquement accessible aux communautés villageoises et respectant ces différentes contraintes. L’approche suivie intègre d’une part les obligations légales (limites des permis forestiers, dispositions réglementaires…) et d’autre part l’occupation actuelle de l’espace par les populations villageoises ainsi que les attentes de celles-ci, tout en veillant à limiter les conflits éventuels. Deux cas de délimitation de forêts communautaires pilotes au Gabon sont abordés, le cas du village de La Scierie et le cas du regroupement de villages de Ebe Messe Melane. [less ▲]

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See detailDelineation of groundwater protection zones based on tracer tests and transport modelling in alluvial sediments
Derouane, Johan; Dassargues, Alain ULg

in Environmental Geology (1998), 36(1-2), 27-36

Regulations aiming to protect exploitable groundwater resources were edicted in Belgium a few years ago. Therefore, prevention and protection zones are defined by law and must be determined practically ... [more ▼]

Regulations aiming to protect exploitable groundwater resources were edicted in Belgium a few years ago. Therefore, prevention and protection zones are defined by law and must be determined practically around each pumping well or spring, based on local hydrogeological conditions. The determination of hydrodynamic and hydrodispersive parameters, characterizing the local flow and transport properties of the aquifer, requires pumping and tracing tests. The interpretation of these field experiments, considering the heterogeneity of the geological layers, is performed through the use of numerical FEM simulations of the groundwater flow and pollutant transport conditions in a deterministic framework. After calibration of the model on experimental measurements, multiple simulations with contaminant injections at various points of the modeled domain allow the determination of the transfer time of the pollutant in the studied aquifer whilst taking the updated heterogeneity into account. On the basis of the computed transfer times in the saturated zone, the various prevention and protection areas can be assessed based on provisions of the law. [less ▲]

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See detailDélinquance des adolescents et maturation pubertaire analysées au travers du timing pubertaire perçu
Glowacz, Fabienne ULg; Bourguignon, Jean-Pierre ULg

in Annales Médico-Psychologiques (2015), 173

The impact of pubertal development on the psychological and social functioning of the teenager arouses a particular interest; the most recent research shows the existence of complex relationships between ... [more ▼]

The impact of pubertal development on the psychological and social functioning of the teenager arouses a particular interest; the most recent research shows the existence of complex relationships between pubertal development and the manifestation of internalized and externalized disorders. Two predominant hypothesis are used for explain influence of pubertal timing on problem behaviors : the maturational deviance theory and the stage termination (early timing) theory. The deviance theory claims that the borderline or abnormal pubertal timing, whether early or late, causes difficulties for adolescent adaptation. The early timing theory suggests that early pubertal timing and the consequent early physical maturation put adolescents at greater risk of adjustment problems because early pubertal maturation interferes with normal progression through the developmental tasks of adolescence. Our study is interested specifically in the links between delinquency during adolescence and pubertal maturation in a population of 141 boys aged between 12 and 18. We measured the pubertal variable starting from the perceived pubertal timing (PPT), which evaluates the teenagers' perception of their pubertal maturation, compared with that of their peers, to understand its impact on various dimensions of the functioning of teenagers: the self-perception (scale of Harter), aggressiveness (scale of Buss and Perry), association with peers and self-reported delinquency (attacks on property and individuals). We began with univariate analyses in order to determine the variables associated with early or late pubertal timing through comparison of scores obtained in those subjects with reference to average maturers. Subsequently, multivariate analyses were used in an attempt to sort out which among the studied factors could be predictor or a determinant of delinquency in relation to pubertal timing. Therefore, stepwise multiple regression analysis was performed. Statistical analyses were run with the SAS software, version 9.1.Our results support the thesis of precocity, the teenagers with an advanced PPT present scores of delinquency and aggressiveness significantly higher than teenagers with a standard PPT. However, the sub-group of teenagers with delayed PPT present raw scores of self-revealed delinquency which are higher than those of teenagers with a standard PPT. These teenagers can be characterized by a significantly higher hostility than the teenagers with a standard PPT. This cognitive dimension of aggressiveness, as evaluated by Buss and Perry, characterizes the functioning of the teenagers with the delayed PPT, who also present poorer self-esteem and dissatisfaction with their physical appearance. On the basis of this assessment, an analysis of multiple regression within each type of PPT aimed at identifying the variables likely to explain the delinquency of teenagers according to their PPT. The results show that the physical factor of aggressiveness is common to the three types of PPT. It is associated with the affiliation with delinquent peers for those teenagers with advanced and normal PPT, whereas for those teenagers with delayed PPT, it interacts with the factor of hostility, which is specific to them. Association with delinquent peers recognized as a major risk factor and predictive for the self-revealed delinquency of teenagers in general does not intervene for these boys who perceive their pubertal development late, compared to the others. The delinquency of teenagers with a delayed PPT cannot be explained by the factors that are considered in the general population, their social functioning and the socialization of these teenagers with delayed puberty is different from that of the other teenagers, as is their implication in delinquency, which is not explained by a kind of socialization with delinquent peers. These results confirm the importance of integrating the puberty variable into research on delinquency, but also at the level of intervention. [less ▲]

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See detailDélinquance et désistance : quelle méthodologie de recherche ?
Puglia, Rosa ULg; Glowacz, Fabienne ULg

Conference (2016, May)

Dans la littérature concernant la délinquance, les auteurs se sont, au départ, principalement intéressés aux raisons qui poussent les individus à commettre des délits mais peu ont tenté de comprendre ... [more ▼]

Dans la littérature concernant la délinquance, les auteurs se sont, au départ, principalement intéressés aux raisons qui poussent les individus à commettre des délits mais peu ont tenté de comprendre pourquoi et comment certains individus, qui ont commis des actes délictueux, sortent de la délinquance. En effet, la désistance, c’est-à-dire le processus de sortie de la délinquance, a longtemps été négligée par les chercheurs. À partir des années '50, un intérêt croissant pour ce domaine de recherche apparaît. La désistance devient alors un sujet d’étude indépendant et non plus un appendice de la recherche sur les carrières délinquantes (Mohammed, 2012). Malgré l’intérêt croissant pour ce champ de recherche, de nombreuses zones d’ombre persistent. Sur base d’une recherche longitudinale réalisée sur une population d’adultes en émergence délinquants (17-25ans), nous tentons d’avoir une approche holistique de la désistance. Celle-ci est définie ici comme un processus impliquant des changements individuels et sociaux, qui s’inscrit dans le temps et qui peut être marqué par des réitérations d’actes délinquants. Dans notre étude, la désistance sera étudiée à travers une approche mixte combinant un récit de vie et des questionnaires. L’approche narrative est essentielle dans notre recherche, elle permettra d’appréhender les transformations identitaires, les schémas de changement et de stabilité dans le parcours de vie et dans la trajectoire délinquante. Elle permettra également de mettre en avant les facteurs internes et externes identifiés comme des facteurs de désistance. Par ailleurs, comme Maruna (2001), nous posons l’hypothèse que les persistants et les désistants sont des individus similaires qui se trouvent à des stades différents du processus de changement. C’est pourquoi, en toile de fond, la désistance sera envisagée à travers le modèle transthéorique de Proshaska et DiClemente (1982) où différentes étapes se succèdent avant l’arrêt du comportement problématique. [less ▲]

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See detailDélinquance et suicide? Un défi pour l'aide à la jeunesse
Malchair, Alain ULg

in Actes du 2ème Congrès international de la Francophonie et Prévention du suicide (2002)

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See detailDelinquance juvénile auto-rapportée en Belgique
Gavray, Claire ULg; Vettenburg, Nicole; Born, Michel ULg

in Junger-Tas, Josine; Haen-Marshall, Ineke; Erzmpann, Dirk (Eds.) et al Juvenile delinquency in Europe and Beyond : Results of the Second International Self-Reported Study (2010)

international comparisons concerning juvenile delinquency trends

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