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See detailLe discours historiographique n’est pas réaliste : utilisations d'une étiquette par les histoires de la littérature en France et en Belgique
Provenzano, François ULg

in Fabry, Geneviève; Roland, Hubert (Eds.) Les frontières du réalisme dans la littérature narrative du XXe siècle (2006)

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See detailDiscours inaugural 1879
Trasenster, Louis ULg

Speech/Talk (1879)

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See detailDiscours managériaux, règles et pratiques discursives : trois dimensions de l’action organisée. Analyse de deux services de médiation scolaire en Belgique
Dethier, Baptiste ULg; Dubois, Christophe ULg

Conference (2014, May 16)

À l’aune des acquis de la sociologie de l’action organisée (Friedberg, 1993), cette contribution s’attachera à décrire le fonctionnement de deux services de médiation scolaire en Belgique. Au-delà des « ... [more ▼]

À l’aune des acquis de la sociologie de l’action organisée (Friedberg, 1993), cette contribution s’attachera à décrire le fonctionnement de deux services de médiation scolaire en Belgique. Au-delà des « structures formelles » et « parallèles » (Crozier et Friedberg, 1977), une troisième dimension permet de rendre compte des processus organisationnels propres à ces deux services : les « discours » (Brunsson, 1989). Ceux-ci résultent du travail de communication, de légitimation et de mobilisation à travers lequel les responsables politico-administratifs et les acteurs de terrains définissent et traduisent les valeurs, les missions et la philosophie des services en question. [less ▲]

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See detailDiscours nouveaux, structures anciennes
Havelange, Carl ULg

in Actes de la journée d'études du SIPS sur le SIDA (1988)

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See detailLe discours politique
Matagne, Geoffroy ULg

in Broquet, Hervé; Lanneau, Catherine; Petermann, Simon (Eds.) Les 100 discours qui ont marqué le XXe siècle (2008)

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See detailDiscours prononcé à l'occasion de la rentrée académique
Bodson, Arthur ULg

Speech/Talk (1993)

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See detailDiscours prononcé à la distribution des prix de l'École Saint-Luc
Kurth, Godefroid ULg

Speech/Talk (1899)

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See detailDiscours prononcé aux funérailles de Mgr Monchamp, membre de la classe
Kurth, Godefroid ULg

Article for general public (1907)

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See detailDiscours prononcé par Germain Simons à l'occasion de la mise à la retraite de Jacqueline Beckers
Simons, Germain ULg

Speech/Talk (2013)

A l'occasion de l'Université d'Eté du Cifen 2013 ("Quand le Cifen se met au vert !"), nous avons rendu hommage à Jacqueline Beckers qui fut Présidente et secrétaire scientifique du centre pendant de très ... [more ▼]

A l'occasion de l'Université d'Eté du Cifen 2013 ("Quand le Cifen se met au vert !"), nous avons rendu hommage à Jacqueline Beckers qui fut Présidente et secrétaire scientifique du centre pendant de très nombreuses années. Jacqueline Beckers fut aussi, avec d'autres (A. Motte et B. Mérenne), à l'origine de la création du Cifen dès la fin des années 80, et elle fut éditrice responsable de la revue Puzzle. [less ▲]

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See detailLes Discours sur la bande dessinée par ses créateurs
Dejasse, Erwin ULg

in Publif@rum (2011), 14

During a long time, French and francophone comics suffered of a poor cultural consideration and artistic autonomy, as they were mostly considered as a child or teenagers’divertissement between the beginig ... [more ▼]

During a long time, French and francophone comics suffered of a poor cultural consideration and artistic autonomy, as they were mostly considered as a child or teenagers’divertissement between the beginig of the twentieth century and the sixties. This misunderstanding explains the rarity of critical and theoretic works on the Ninth Art existing between 1845 – when Töpffer publishes the first essays concerning the relationship between images and text – and the sixties, when the undermining of political, social and sexual way of thinking involves also academic culture and traditional artistic forms. Becoming the instrument of a narrative and thematic renewal, comics start since to be legitimated and analysed on a critical point of view which focuses on their specificity, their specific language/s, their potential, their artistic form and meaning, the author’s aesthetic and ethic choices. It is through a story of theoretic discourse on the Ninth Art that this article wishes to present its evolution, starting with the “pioneers” in Nineteenth century, passing through the critical discourse of the first experimental reviews published in the 60’s to arrive to the famous Cahiers de la bande dessinée and then to other contemporary critical works. [less ▲]

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See detailUn discours sur le champ, l'historiographie littéraire : le problème de l'efficace des pratiques discursives
Provenzano, François ULg

in COnTEXTES : Revue de Sociologie de la Littérature (2006), 1

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See detailDiscours, pratiques et pouvoirs. Les médecins et la santé publique au XIXe siècle
Havelange, Carl ULg

in L'initiative publique des communes en Belgique (1986)

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See detailDiscourse Theory and Cultural Analysis. Media, Arts and Literature
Spinoy, Erik ULg

Book published by Hampton Press (2008)

This book presents a series of chapters which reflect on ways in which Discourse Theory (Laclau, Mouffe) can be operationalized for use in cultural analysis, especially in the fields of media, arts and ... [more ▼]

This book presents a series of chapters which reflect on ways in which Discourse Theory (Laclau, Mouffe) can be operationalized for use in cultural analysis, especially in the fields of media, arts and literature. [less ▲]

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See detailDiscourses and Coexistence, Intercultural Cohabitation in the Belgian City of Verviers
Gsir, Sonia ULg; Mandin, Jérémy ULg

in Revista de Ciencias Sociales (2012), 18

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See detailDiscovering main genetic interactions with LABNet LAsso-based network inference.
Gadaleta, Francesco ULg; Van Steen, Kristel ULg

in PloS one (2014), 9(11), 110451

Genome-wide association studies can potentially unravel the mechanisms behind complex traits and common genetic diseases. Despite the valuable results produced thus far, many questions remain unanswered ... [more ▼]

Genome-wide association studies can potentially unravel the mechanisms behind complex traits and common genetic diseases. Despite the valuable results produced thus far, many questions remain unanswered. For instance, which specific genetic compounds are linked to the risk of the disease under investigation; what biological mechanism do they act through; or how do they interact with environmental and other external factors? The driving force of computational biology is the constantly growing amount of big data generated by high-throughput technologies. A practical framework that can deal with this abundance of information and that consent to discovering genetic associations and interactions is provided by means of networks. Unfortunately, high dimensionality, the presence of noise and the geometry of data can make the aforementioned problem extremely challenging. We propose a penalised linear regression approach that can deal with the aforementioned issues that affect genetic data. We analyse the gene expression profiles of individuals with a common trait to infer the network structure of interactions among genes. The permutation-based approach leads to more stable and reliable networks inferred from synthetic microarray data. We show that a higher number of permutations determines the number of predicted edges, improves the overall sensitivity and controls the number of false positives. [less ▲]

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