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  • The crisis of mass integration: on the development of political repression in Federal Germany
  • Administration ; Allemagne de l'Ouest ; Conflit ; Crise ; Croissance économique ; Géographie humaine ; Idéologie ; Institution ; Intégration sociale ; Organisation ; Répression ; Société ; Syndicat ; Système politique
  • Compounding financial repression with rigid urban regulations : lessons of the Korean Housing Market
  • Histoire de la repression penitenciaire en Guinee francaise de 1900 a 1958
  • Politiques et strategies d amenagement urbain en Afrique du Sud : de la repression a la tolerance (1948-1993)
  • Armée ; Birmanie ; Crise sociale ; Crise économique ; Mouvement pacifiste ; Politique ; Pouvoir ; Vie quotidienne
  • Army ; Burma ; Daily life ; Economic crisis ; Pacifist movement ; Policy ; Power ; Social crisis
  • Updated edition of an account of contemporary Burma which gives insights into the daily life of ordinary Burmese. The A. presents a picture of life under the repressive military dictatorship. She analyses the strategies and techniques the army has
  • deployed to maintain power. Interviews, conducted inside and outside the country, show the type of accommodations people make in order to cope with quotidian survival - as well as some innovative forms of resistance. The repression of the monk's
  • sustain itself in the face of the economic and social deterioration at home? 13 parts. 1 : Historical Legacies, 2 : The Ne Win Years, 1962-88, 3 : Breaking the Silence, 1988-90, 4 : Military Rule Continues, 1990-2000, 5 : The Than Shwe Years, 2000
  • Le développement de l'huile de palme en Indonésie et à Java sous l'angle économique, social et écologique.
  • opinion is the destruction of the rain forest, the soiling of water, the appearance of forest fire and the repression of local groups out of their settlements. - (IfL)
  • Repression and liberation in Latin America.
  • Vereeniging - Afrique du Sud - Afrique australe - Afrique - Apartheid - Emeutes - Repression - Memoire collective - Violences policiaires
  • Istanbul - Turquie - Moyen-Orient - Moyen-Orient - Ordre public - Repression politique - Resistance politique
  • Amsterdam ; Comportement ; Den Hague ; Discours ; District ; Délinquance ; Déprise sociale ; Espace urbain ; Géographie sociale ; Jeunes ; Pays-Bas ; Quartier ; Randstad ; Rotterdam ; Rue ; Utrecht ; Zuid-Holland
  • Amsterdam ; Behaviour ; Delinquency ; Discourse ; District ; Neighbourhood ; Netherlands (The) ; Randstad ; Rotterdam ; Social deprivation ; Social geography ; Street ; Urban area ; Utrecht ; Young people ; Zuid Holland
  • Barrio ; Calle ; Comportamiento ; Dejación social ; Delincuencia ; Discurso ; Distrito ; Espacio urbano ; Geografía social ; Holanda meridional ; Jóvenes ; Países Bajos ; Randstad ; Rotterdam ; Utrecht
  • The present qualitative research studies the assumptions that the situation with respect to anti-social behaviour has got out of hand and that the call for repression is dominant amongst local inhabitants. It is based on intensive fieldwork
  • including observations and qualitative interviews with social workers, policemen, troublemakers themselves, and residents of so-called problem neighbourhoods in Amsterdam, Utrecht, Rotterdam and The Hague. The study shows a more nuanced and mixed local
  • Imposing Identity against Social Catastrophes. The Strategies of (Re)Generation of Meaning of the Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo (Argentina)
  • Argentine ; Armée ; Buenos Aires ; Droits de l'homme ; Enfants ; Enlèvement ; Famille ; Géographie politique ; Géographie sociale ; Identité ; Siècle 20
  • Argentina ; Army ; Buenos Aires ; Children ; Family ; Human rights ; Identity ; Political geography ; Social geography ; Twentieth Century ; family heritage ; forced disappearance ; genetics ; identity ; narrative of meaning ; social catastrophe
  • Argentina ; Derechos del Hombre ; Ejército ; Familia ; Geografía política ; Geografía social ; Identidad ; Niños ; Siglo 20
  • , especially those deriving from the forced disappearance of persons. This form of repression creates deep wounds in the social fabric affected and, besides this, produces what could be called a ‘catastrophe’, that is, a permanent confusion of the mechanisms
  • L’A. analyse les processus de définition, de construction et de gestion sociale de l’identité collective dans des situations de catastrophe sociale, en particulier la répression et la violation des droits de l’homme. L’exemple des familles et des
  • the processes of definition, construction and social management of collective identity in situations of social catastrophe such as that defined in the Southern Cone of Latin America following the grave human rights violations that occurred in the 1970s
  • of social construction of meaning and subjectivity within which one lives. In this case, the catastrophe affects several collective goods and, principally, the social bases of modern identity construction. In order to manage these catastrophes, the subjects
  • that inhabit the social spaces formed around them – in this case those who live in the field of the detained–disappeared – develop very different strategies, with the most widespread in the Argentinean case being what I will call the ‘narrative of meaning
  • ’. This is a hard and conservative strategy that confronts the catastrophe of identity by employing identity constructions supported on old narratives of the family and biological heritage. This article is dedicated to an analysis of this socially successfully
  • , and socially inclusive urban environments. Through observation in the contexts of socialist, post-socialist, and contemporary Prague, the paper aims to examine the inclusivity of the current regime towards cultural plurality, as well as the extent to which
  • the current regime has abandoned the former totalitarian regime’s repressive approach towards alternative cultures. - (EN)
  • The paper makes sense of, and space for, the unintelligibility of enchantment in order to encourage a less repressed, more cheerful way of engaging with the geographies of the world. It explores how geographers have employed enchantment as a force
  • Than Shwe, most notorious dictator, presides over a military regime that persist in repressing and brutalizing its own people. The book provides the first-ever account of Than Shwe’s carrier from postal clerk to dictator. It analyses his rise
  • police repression and massive expulsions.
  • life. Part 3 : Today's struggles includes view of the military, forced labour, ethnic minority fleeing repression in remote border areas and doctors seeking to provide health care in a country that has one of the world's fastest growing rates of AIDS