Carnets de la Consommation – Appel à contributions, numéro spécial Consommation & Espace

L’épidémie de Covid-19 a créé une rupture dans nos routines de consommation notamment sur le plan spatial et territorial. En limitant les possibilités pour un individu de sortir de son domicile, l’épisode de confinement a transformé rapidement et en profondeur la consommation de l’espace et les espaces de consommation. L’espace domestique s’en trouve réinvesti, réapproprié. […]
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Chair of Excellence PAUSE (Poverty And Sufficiency) – Post-doc position

Summary of the positionThe post-doc candidate will contribute to an international research project funded by I-Site ULNE. The Chair of Excellence leaded by Pr. Craig Thompson, University of Wisconsin- Madison, jointly with Dr. Hélène Gorge, University of Lille is titled: « Poverty and Sufficiency: Dynamics of Inclusion for Poor people to the Ecological Transition » […]
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A paraître : Lemarchand N., Dupont L. (2021), The Geography of Retailing in France: More than 40 Years of Researches

In: Lois-González R.C. (eds) Geographies of Mediterranean Europe. Springer Geography. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-49464-3_11 The aim of the chapter is to show the development of the geography of retailing in France since 1975 until today, that is, since the creation of the geography’s Commission of retailing by Jacqueline Beaujeu-Garnier within the French National Committee of Geography. […]
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Sustainability – Special issue on Biosociality from a consumer culture perspective

Guest editors: Søren Askegaard, Eric Arnould & Dominique Roux   Submission deadline: October 31, 2021     An acknowledgement of the problematic human role in the contemporary anthropocene era rests on the dethroning of humanity as a species outside and beyond the biological. On a more situated level, an understanding of the bio-social anthropos is […]
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Reimagining Post-Pandemic Enterprise Information Management and Achieving Sustainable Development Goals

Call for papers for: Journal of Enterprise Information Management IntroductionThe COVID-19 viral infection is a threat to society, economy, and the environment; and in the last six months it has affected businesses globally. COVID-19 was declared as a pandemic on 11th March 2020 after it spread quickly to many countries (WHO news).  Countries have taken different […]
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Living 2020, Talking Covid-19

  par joonas | Oct 31, 2020 | events, Uncategorized | 0 commentaires Most of the conversations about the year 2020 cover one theme: Covid-19. Living through 2020 and talking about 2020 have mostly been about understanding the impact of the covid pandemic in our lives, which was unfolded in the most diverse ways. The pandemic has changed how we work, study, eat, […]
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Vient de paraître : « Maintaining legitimacy in contested mature markets through discursive strategies: The case of corporate environmentalism in the French automotive industry », (Debenedetti A., Philippe D., Chaney D. and Humphreys A.)

Abstract Market-level studies based on institutional theory have gained prominence in recent marketing research seeking to investigate legitimation dynamics. Although these studies have paid particular attention to how organizations build legitimacy in new markets, they have rarely explored legitimations strategies in mature markets, which mostly remain the prerogative of organizational theory. Such emphasis on new […]
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Vient de paraître Chessel et Dubuisson-Quellier (2019), Consommer et compter : enquêtes sur la consommation au XXe siècle

Les études sociales 1er semestre Ce dossier sur les enquêtes sur la consommation au XXe siècle s’inscrit dans plusieurs traditions de recherche: les travaux sur la consommation, les recherches sur les pratiques d’enquête et enfin les réflexions sur l’histoire des Etats sociaux. Il témoigne de la vitalité de plusieurs champs de recherche. Nous avons souhaité […]
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