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Monique Pinçon-Charlot

Bio: Monique Pinçon-Charlot is an academic researcher from Centre national de la recherche scientifique. The author has contributed to research in topics: Bourgeoisie & Aristocracy (class). The author has an hindex of 14, co-authored 43 publications receiving 623 citations.

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01 Jan 2005

94 citations

Book
01 Jan 1989
TL;DR: In this paper, the authors discuss the effect of different types of noise on the quality of the air quality of air quality, and propose a method to improve the air pollution control system.
Abstract: Книга М.Пинсон и М.Пинсон-Шарло "В красивых кварталах" посвящена пространственной сегрегации Парижа и рассматривает подробно « золотые гетто », то есть, элитные районы – 7, 8, 16 аррондисманы и буржуазные пригороды. Показывается, что пространство города играет большую роль в поддержании социальных различий. Прослеживаются изменения, которые произошли на протяжении ХХ века в престиже различных районов, различных городских пространств, в планировке домов и квартир, во взаимоотношениях внутри элитных кругов, и взаимоотношениях элит с представителями других слоев населения, проживающих в тех же районах. Книга является одним из немногих исследований пространственной сегрегации, которые концентрируются на элитах, а не на городских субкультурах бедных районов.

73 citations

Journal ArticleDOI
01 Jan 1991-Genes
TL;DR: In this article, Pincon Michel, Pincon-Charlot Monique, and Michel Offerle describe the construction of syndicalisme in l'aristocratie and la grande bourgeoisie and the conditions specifiques of l'entretien semi-directif.
Abstract: Pincon Michel, Pincon-Charlot Monique. Pratiques d'enquete dans l'aristocratie et la grande bourgeoisie : distance sociale et conditions specifiques de l'entretien semi-directif. In: Geneses, 3, 1991. La construction du syndicalisme, sous la direction de Michel Offerle. pp. 120-133.

62 citations

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36 citations


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01 Jan 1996-Politix
TL;DR: Beaud Stephane as discussed by the authors, L'usage de l'entretien en sciences sociales, et al., 1996, vol. 9, n°35, Troisieme trimestre 1996, pp. 226-257.
Abstract: Beaud Stephane. L'usage de l'entretien en sciences sociales. Plaidoyer pour l'«entretien ethnographique». In: Politix, vol. 9, n°35, Troisieme trimestre 1996. pp. 226-257.

236 citations

Book
01 Feb 2013
TL;DR: In this paper, modernising sistema is discussed, from commands to signals, from doublethink to doubledeed, from dealership to leadership, from Sistema and informal governance, from vertushka to Vertu.
Abstract: Introduction: modernising sistema 1. What is sistema? 2. Putin's sistema: svoi on top 3. The inner workings of sistema: from blat to otkat 4. Sistema's material culture: from vertushka to Vertu 5. 'Telephone justice' in the global age: from commands to signals 6. 'Werewolves in epaulets': from doublethink to doubledeed 7. From dealership to leadership: sistema and informal governance Conclusion.

223 citations

01 Jan 2007
TL;DR: In this article, a survey of usages of the notion of participation observante is presented, with a focus on three main usages: simple recherche d'originalite and usages finement argumentes, and the seduction operee par ce terme alternatif and l'effet de mode semblent.
Abstract: La notion de participation observante est frequemment mobilisee au sein de la terminologie propre aux enquetes de terrain. Les justifications du recours a ce terme sont plurielles, oscillant entre simple recherche d’originalite et usages finement argumentes. Apres avoir rappele la diversite des formes d’observation participante, nous procedons dans cet article a un examen des usages de la notion de participation observante, au croisement de cinq justifications methodologiques. Au-dela de cette diversite, trois cas de figure apparaissent. Certains usages attestent d’une acception retrecie de la notion d’observation participante; d’autres traduisent une volonte de precision methodologique, en reaction aux delimitations floues et au caractere tres general de la demarche d’observation participante; enfin, la seduction operee par ce terme alternatif et l’effet de mode semblent constituer un element explicatif non negligeable.

191 citations

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TL;DR: The authors argue that the use of the term "gentrification" is highly dependent on contextual causality and its generalized use will not remove its contextual attachment to the Anglo-American metropolis, and that looking for gentrification in increasingly varied contexts displaces emphasis from causal mechanisms to similarities in outcomes across contexts.
Abstract: This article argues against the allegedly inter-contextual character of gentrification within the new gentrification research agenda. The main argument is that gentrification is a concept highly dependent on contextual causality and its generalized use will not remove its contextual attachment to the Anglo-American metropolis. The second argument is that looking for gentrification in increasingly varied contexts displaces emphasis from causal mechanisms to similarities in outcomes across contexts, and leads to a loss of analytical rigour. The third argument refers to the ideological and political impact of equating ‘gentrification’ with, and projecting its neoliberal frame on, the different forms of urban regeneration across various geographical and historical contexts. As gentrification becomes quasi synonymous with urban regeneration, it becomes less useful to the analysis of urban socio-spatial change and, since the use of this term seems no longer avoidable in academic and broader discourse, its impli...

183 citations

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TL;DR: Bourdieu's approach is relational, agonistic, and synthetic; it spotlights the symbolic dimension of group formation as practical achievement while fusing theory and research, and it introduces multiple correspondence analysis as a statistical technique suited to grasping constellations of plural capitals as discussed by the authors.
Abstract: Pierre Bourdieu’s recasting of the question of class exemplifies the major features of his sociology and the way he extends, melds, and mends classical views into a distinctive framework. Bourdieu’s approach is relational, agonistic, and synthetic; it spotlights the symbolic dimension of group formation as practical achievement while fusing theory and research, and it introduces multiple correspondence analysis as a statistical technique suited to grasping constellations of plural capitals. Bourdieu reformulates the problem of domination by questioning the ontological status of collectives and by forging tools for elucidating the politics of group-making: the sociosymbolic alchemy whereby a mental construct is turned into a historical reality through the inculcation of schemata of perception and their deployment to draw, enforce, or contest social boundaries. The article traces the impetus behind the key conceptual shifts Bourdieu effects, from class structure to social space, from class consciousness to ...

134 citations