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22 mars 2014 6 22 /03 /mars /2014 09:15

Collectif - Préface de Christine Delphy
Editions IXE
QUESTIONS DE GENRE SCIENCES POLITIQUES EUROPE France

Postiches au menton, les barbues investissent les lieux du pouvoir pour ridiculiser, en le rendant visible, l'entre-soi masculin qui s'y perpétue. Illustré de photos et de dessins, riche en faits et en chiffres, le livre restitue le style ironique et décalé de ces militantes d'un autre genre.

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22 mars 2014 6 22 /03 /mars /2014 09:13

Xavier Bolot
Pour Comprendre
SCIENCES ET TECHNIQUES SCIENCES HUMAINES

La pratique des trois réalités physique, perçue, représentée, nous permet de rendre intelligibles les concepts que nous rencontronsdans la vie quotidienne, lors d'une négociation, de l'observation d'un phénomène physique, d'une compétition sportive, en métaphysique, biologie, psychologie ou architecture. Suivant les individus, les époques, les civilisations, ces trois réalités ont coexisté de façon équilibrée ou non, en évoluant à des vitesses différentes.

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22 mars 2014 6 22 /03 /mars /2014 09:09

Mandy François-ElieFrancine Narèce
Rue des écoles - Récits
BIOGRAPHIE, AUTOBIOGRAPHIE, TÉMOIGNAGE, RÉCIT SPORTMONDE CARAÏBES EUROPE Martinique 


Mandy François-Elie, médaillée d'or aux Jeux Paralympiques de Londres 2012 et double championne du monde handisport à Lyon en 2013, nous entraîne dans les coulisses d'un voyage d'une autre nature, prélude à ses performances. Lorsqu'elle subit un A.V.C. en décembre 2008, à seulement 19 ans, sa vie bascule. Finis les rêves de victoire et de médailles qui remplissaient son quotidien d'athlète de haut niveau. Elle décrit les multiples épisodes et nombreux rebondissements de ce combat épique pour revivre.

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22 mars 2014 6 22 /03 /mars /2014 09:07

Par Pierre Fraser

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DOI 10.12851/EESJ201402ART24

Oleg Stavitsky,
DPh, associate professor;
National University of Water Management and Nature
Ukraine, Rivne

Key words: handicapism, handicap, handicapping, disability. 
 
Annotation: The article analyses the genesis of handicapism on phylogenetic and ontogenetic 
levels, describes the process of origin and development of this phenomenon, analyses external 
and internal conditions that favour handicapism, handicap and handicapping. 

 

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22 mars 2014 6 22 /03 /mars /2014 09:02

Par Myriam de Loenzien

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2014, 7, 90 – 112
 

http://dx.doi.org/10.1123/IJSC.2013-0123

Previous studies have demonstrated that the media, by specifically framing news articles, may systematically affect a nondisabled recipient’s perception of athletes with disabilities (AWDs). However, it remains unclear how specific sports news frames affect a recipient’s quality perception of a journalistic product and if news frames further affect an individual’s postexposure behavior in social interaction with a person with a disability (PWD). To shed some light on these potential news-framing effects, 2 experimental studies (between-subjects designs) were conducted. Study 1 revealed systematic news framing’s effects on recipients’ attitudes toward a depicted AWD and showed effects on a recipient’s perceived quality of a news story. Study 2 further revealed that specific news frames may (automatically) affect a recipient’s behavior (e.g., verbal communication performance, visual attention/eye contacts) in a subsequent face-to-face social interaction with a PWD. The findings are discussed regarding their implications for the journalistic coverage of disability sports in the media.

Keywords: person perception, eye tracking, face-to-face interaction, Paralympics

Authors: Christian von SikorskiThomas Schierl

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2014, 7, 56 – 73
 

http://dx.doi.org/10.1123/IJSC.2013-0133

This article explores gendered sport communication in Norway. The data highlight Norwegian TV2’s live game commentaries of the 2009 women’s handball world championships, as well as live and studio commentary and journalistic reports concerning the Norwegian national women’s handball team from 2009 to 2013. The narrative-analytic approach is structural-hermeneutic and concerned with processes of meaning making. Instead of reading off gender/macrostructure in data, this project maps the semiotic culture structure of mediated women’s handball and shows how gendered meaning is creatively used to inform understandings of female handballers’ situated practices. The analysis first outlines the cultural binaries that constrain the media presentations of Norwegian women’s handball, then scrutinizes how gendered conceptions of sport and female athletes are used to understand this binary culture structure. Analytically revealed is a staging of Norwegian women’s handball that portrays successful and powerful female bodies’ contextual conduct. Norwegian women handballers are playing the aggressive and physically violent game in what is analyzed as a gender-appropriate manner.

Keywords: media, structural hermeneutics, cultural sociology, gender

Authors: Trygve B. Broch

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Pierre Fraser, à lire sur : 

http://books.google.fr/books?hl=fr&lr=&id=lLgRAwAAQBAJ&oi=fnd&pg=PA3&dq=stigmatisation&ots=8a8QPT2hvo&sig=B3vEjPNisXf1-bfR2bpU3V7dLqw#v=onepage&q&f=false

 

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15 mars 2014 6 15 /03 /mars /2014 10:21
arma, Kahina; Gombert, Anne; Roussey, Jean-Yves
Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science / Revue canadienne des sciences du comportement, Mar 10 , 2014, No Pagination Specified. doi: 10.1037/a0033356
  1. This research aimed two objectives. First, studying the behavioural dimension of nondisabled pupils’attitude, going to school in an inclusive framework toward their disabled classmates, and detecting the social distance they maintain with them. Second, studying the effect of contact, visibility, and disability importunity factors on the evolution of this attitude and this social distance. Five hundred forty-nine secondary-school pupils from five junior high schools, hosting pupils with different kinds of disability whether visible and importunity or not (Down syndrome, mental retardation, cerebral palsy, and learning disorders) filled out a questionnaire at the beginning and the end of the year. The results show that the pupils have positive attitudes toward their disabled classmates, but that they maintain a social distance with them. They also highlight that the attitudes and the social distance evolve during the year depending on the interaction of studied factors. The schooling of pupils with a visible and importunity disability in a regular environment has positive effects. Their nondisabled classmates’ attitudes toward these pupils tend to be more positive in case of direct contact. Furthermore, the social distance decreases and can even disappear at the end of the year in case of indirect contact. These results show that the evolution of attitudes and social distance toward disabled pupils depends on the contact with the disability and also on the characteristics of this disability. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2014 APA, all rights reserved)
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