Comment la sociologie se saisit-elle de la santé, de la maladie et de la médecine?

En parallèle à l'exposition EnQuête de Santé, le MEB / Musée d'Ethnographie de l'Université Bordeaux Segalen et le département d'Anthropologie organisent un cycle de conférence sur le thème de la santé.

Janine Pierret, sociologue au CNRS, raconte comment la Médecine et la Santé, longtemps explorées d'un point de vue sociologique par les seuls médecins, sont enfin devenues de véritables objets d'étude pour les sociologues. Elle retrace notamment les différentes éta
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MAS.771 Autism Theory and Technology (MIT)
This course illuminates current theories about autism together with challenges faced by people on the autism spectrum. Theories in communicating, interacting socially, managing cognitive and affective overload, and achieving independent lifestyles are covered. In parallel, the course presents state-of-the-art technologies being developed for helping improve both theoretical understanding and practical outcomes. Participants are expected to meet and interact with people on the autism spectrum. We
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AMS Books Online
The American Mathematical Society (AMS) offers this textbook on factorization free on its Web site. This is the third and most recent edition of the book, published in 2002. Mainly suited for graduate level math students or other university researchers, it gives the prime factors of hundreds of numbers that fall into a characteristic form. The material is presented in massive tables, and detailed instructions with examples are given that describe how to use the tables. Individual chapters are bo
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The Ocean Atlas of Hawaii
This Web site, by P. Flament at the University of Hawaii, presents "a description of the ocean around Hawai'i - marine climate, water properties, currents, tides, [and] waves" as a reference for the general public. After reading a short, concise description of water motions, students and educators can learn about Marine Climate, Regional Processes, Tides, and much more. Incorporating diagrams into the text, users will find this Web site very instructive and easy to follow. The site also provides
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Dictionary of Abbreviations and Acronyms in Geographic Information Systems, Cartography, and Remote
The University of California Berkley Library maintains the Dictionary of Abbreviations and Acronyms in Geographic Information Systems, Cartography, and Remote Sensing. This online dictionary can assist those users working in GIS and related fields by providing an easy way to find definitions to the ubiquitous and often confusing acronyms and abbreviations used on various publications (e.g., maps and Web sites). From "A," which denotes Acre or Auto House, to "ZTS" for Zoom Transfer Scope, the sit
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Ethics in Computing
Dr. Edward F. Gehringer, Associate Professor at the Department of Computer Science, NC State University has posted this website on Ethics in Computing. An interactive image of a map guides visitors through different topics covered on this website, so you can start with the Basics or jump right into one of the issue areas. The areas covered include: Social Justice Issues, Commerce, Computer Abuse, Speech Issues, Risks, Privacy, and Intellectual Property. Under each area are links to other resourc
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The Boxes Go Mobile
To display the results from the previous activity, each student designs and constructs a mobile that contains a duplicate of his or her original box, the new cube-shaped box of the same volume, the scraps that are left over from the original box, and pertinent calculations of the volumes and surface areas involved.
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Engineering in Sports
Imagining themselves arriving at the Olympic gold medal soccer game in Beijing, students begin to think about how engineering is involved in sports. After a discussion of kinetic and potential energy, an associated hands-on activity gives students an opportunity to explore energy absorbing materials as they try to protect an egg from being crushed.
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Defining Dissolving
n this introductory activity students see that sugar and food coloring dissolve in water but neither dissolves in oil. Based on their observations, students can conclude that both solids and liquids can dissolve, but they don't necessarily dissolve in all liquids. Through this activity, students will refine their definition of dissolve. There is a downloadable activity sheet that will be very helpful to educators, and will help students stay on track. An assessment sheet is also available on the
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Dreams and Songs of the Noble Old
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Dreams and Songs of the Noble Old is one of five films made from footage that Alan Lomax shot between 1978 and 1985 for the PBS American Patchwork series (1991). This film shows the talents and wisdom of elderly musicians, singers, and story-tellers who perform not for fame or fortune but to preserve and share their culture. Fiddle tunes and tales of moonshining and feuds from Tommy Jarrell (83) of Toast, N.C.; blues by Jack Owens (70s) and Sam Chatman

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Charles Dutoit and Matias Tarnopolsky
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Speaker(s): Alain de Botton | Is it possible to remain a committed atheist but nevertheless benefit from the wisdom of religion? Marking the publication of his new book Religion for Atheists, Alain de Botton proposes that we look to religions for insights into how we might live in and arrange our societies. Alain de Botton is the author of non-fiction essays on themes ranging from love and travel to architecture and philosophy. His bestselling books include The Architecture of Happiness.
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If we could distinguish the role gravity plays in the quantum realm, it
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Travel with Wilson and Ditch to the Windy City - Chicago! Viewers learn about the home of the L train, Wrigley Field, and deep dish pizza! The GoBros give viewers an inside look at Gino's East, where deep dish pizza was first made in 1943. (4:41)
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This quantitative study investigated reasons that school principals recommend non-renewal of probationary teachers’ contracts. Principals in four Midwestern states (Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, & […]
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