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See detailWorkshop "Non-compliance to the rules and disobedience towards the law"
Lejeune, Aude ULiege; García Villegas, Mauricio

Conference (2013, September 06)

Acts of disobedience are increasing today. Dissident behaviors express new types of political commitment and mobilization. Madrid indignant protesters, Arab Spring, Occupy Wall Street are some ... [more ▼]

Acts of disobedience are increasing today. Dissident behaviors express new types of political commitment and mobilization. Madrid indignant protesters, Arab Spring, Occupy Wall Street are some manifestations of this phenomenon. Beside collective movements, other conducts of disobedience are less visible, but equally important; for instance, when a citizen refuses to pay taxes or do not comply with traffic rules or refuses to participate in the election when vote is compulsory. These ordinary conducts are also part of the contestation of social norms and order. In non-democratic or in transition to democracy countries, scholarly works have highlighted how complex the phenomenon of non-compliance with rules is. They have showed the existence of a culture of non-compliance, linked not only to the problem of national State legitimacy but similarly to the influence of other normative orders, such as tradition or religion. Disobedient citizens experience a tension between, on the one side, what they consider as the moral norms or customary rules, and, on the other side, the current legal norms. How these plural normative orders are connected one to each other and how they affect the rule of law and the democratic regimes? Through this workshop, we want to examine how citizens experience the law and the rules in different social and political settings. Crossing different approaches – Sociology, Political science, Law, and Anthropology – allows us to analyze both organized and collective behaviors of disobedience, such as destroying GMO crops or commercial billboards, as well as ordinary and individual conducts of non-compliance to the rules, such as cheating during an exam or breaking the traffic laws. These different forms of disobedience and non-compliance invite us to think about the articulation between individual and collective behaviors (to the extent that each conduct of non-compliance is embedded in a larger social context and contributes, in return, to shape it) and between political and self-interested acts of resistance. The phenomenon of non-compliance to the rules can be analyzed from two perspectives: one, from the point of view of the actor (individual or collective) who are involved; the other from the purposes of action (interest-oriented or value-oriented). By crossing these two focuses, four practices of disobedience can be distinguished: (1) the non-compliance by an individual, as a selfish and interested practice, for example when a driver jumps the lights or when a citizen does not pay taxes; (2) the non-compliance by an individual who thinks the norm is unjust or immoral, for example when a physician does not follow the law in the case of abortion; (3) the non-compliance by a group in order to fulfill its interests, for example the gas smuggling practices on the border between two countries and; (4) the non-compliance by a group on behalf of shared values, for example indignant protesters. These different forms of disobedience and non-compliance to the norms allow us to analyze dissident legal mobilizations and highlight activities which differ from conventional political protestation. Through these questions, we suggest more broadly to examine how ordinary citizens experience the law and the legality and which cultures of legality are constructed in different social and political contexts. In short, the comparative analysis of disobedience practices allows us to think about the relationship between legality and legitimacy and between the law and other normative orders. [less ▲]

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See detailWORKSHOP - PIANC 2011 - What's new in the design of navigation locks?
Rigo, Philippe ULiege

Book - Prof. Ph. RIGO, INCOM WG29 Chairman (2011)

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See detailWORKSHOP - PIANC Report n°106 on Locks - Innovations In Navigation Lock Design
Rigo, Philippe ULiege

Book published by PIANC (2009)

Proceeding of the PIANC WORKSHOP, on Innovations in Navigation LOck Design

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See detailWorkshop 2015 Can Lis Utzon
Dorthu, Mariette ULiege; Denoël, Fabien ULiege

Learning material (2015)

Travaux d'étudiants: croquis d'observation à main levée.

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See detailWorkshop 24: Artistic Separation vs Mixing in multicultural cities
Martiniello, Marco ULiege

Scientific conference (2011, September 07)

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See detailWorkshop 7 « Recent Trends in Chinese International Migration »,
Martiniello, Marco ULiege

Scientific conference (2009, December 03)

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See detailWorkshop : Towards an e-archive for Wonca documents
Jamoulle, Marc ULiege; Dekeuster, Dominique

Conference (2007, October 19)

Workshop Context: ICPC use is growing in any domain of GP/FM as clinical tool. Nevertheless, family doctor work area and work load need specific descriptors in order to fulfil the following objectives ... [more ▼]

Workshop Context: ICPC use is growing in any domain of GP/FM as clinical tool. Nevertheless, family doctor work area and work load need specific descriptors in order to fulfil the following objectives Objectives: +Global description of activity, skills and knowledge (except health problems, procedure and diseases) +Classification complementary to ICPC (expanded from Q codes Lamberts et all, circa 1987). +Descriptors needed for indexation. +Main axes of training for undergraduate and vocational All those items aim to describe the content of GP/FM in its non clinical approach. They constitute meta-information on the way the clinics and the patient doctor relationships are driven. Methods: The Q codes, developed by Lamberts et all circa 1985 for use in bibliographic retrieval in Amsterdam University (UVA) department of GP/FM form the first building blocks of the classification. This first approach has been filled up with my personal experience along 30 years of practice, research and teaching. From this as an empirical document, one try to change, fill the gaps and modify the content of the classification. About Safety, one has chosen to distribute the concept over all the classification when adequate rather than a special category. First proposal : 8 categories have been designed: 1. Patient issues 2. Provider's issues 3. Structure of practice 4. Patient"s categories 5. Hazards 6. Ethics 7. Training, teaching, editing 8. R & D tools [less ▲]

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See detailWorkshop Bilateral Double Taxation Conventions vs. Community Law
Bourgeois, Marc ULiege

Report (2005)

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See detailWorkshop for Central and Eastern Europe on Agrometeorological models : theory and applications in the MARS project
Palm, Rodolphe ULiege

in Dallemand, J. F.; Vossen, P. (Eds.) Workshop for Central and Eastern Europe on Agrometeorological models : theory and applications in the MARS project (1996)

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See detailWorkshop Goederenrecht
Lecocq, Pascale ULiege; Sagaert, Vincent

Scientific conference (2007)

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See detailWorkshop Hands-on Training EMG & Magnetic Stimulation
WANG, François-Charles ULiege; Maertens de Noordhout, Alain ULiege

Conference (2004, October 22)

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See detailWorkshop in Periodontal Prevention
Lambert, France ULiege

Conference (2014, November 09)

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See detailWorkshop n°15: "Citizenship, Political Mobilisation and Ethnic Minorities: Comparative Integrated Approaches"
Martiniello, Marco ULiege; Statham, Paul

Scientific conference (1999, March 26)

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See detailWorkshop of HydroGeoSphere users in Europe: Upcoming and ongoing tasks with HydroGeoSphere
Beaujean, Jean ULiege

Scientific conference (2010, March 26)

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See detailWorkshop on CAT
Magis, David ULiege

Scientific conference (2018, June 05)

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See detailWorkshop on computerised land use data
Dagnelie, Pierre; Delecour, Ferdinand; Florins, Pierre et al

Scientific conference (1982, March)

Le présent document a pour but de faire le point de la situation à Gembloux (Belgique) en ce qui concerne le traitement par ordinateur de données relatives à l'aménagement du territoire. Il comprend ... [more ▼]

Le présent document a pour but de faire le point de la situation à Gembloux (Belgique) en ce qui concerne le traitement par ordinateur de données relatives à l'aménagement du territoire. Il comprend quelques informations définissant le cadre général (paragraphe 2) et les différentes orientations qui sont suivies dans ce domaine : banque de données pédologiques (paragraphe 3), banque de données phytosociologiques (paragraphe 4), étude de paysages (paragraphe 5) et inventaire forestier (paragraphe 6). Ces informations sont suivies de quelques conclusions (paragraphe 7). [less ▲]

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See detailWorkshop on Pitch Analysis for Singing
Larrouy-Maestri, Pauline ULiege

Conference (2014, June 28)

Two methods are actually used in order to determine if a vocal performance is “in tune” or “out of tune”, to better understand the causes of poor-pitch singing or to evaluate the quality/progression of a ... [more ▼]

Two methods are actually used in order to determine if a vocal performance is “in tune” or “out of tune”, to better understand the causes of poor-pitch singing or to evaluate the quality/progression of a singer. The "subjective" method makes use of judges whereas the "objective" method uses computer tools to perform pitch analysis and to estimate the accuracy of sung performances. While the first method allows a rapid assessment, it lacks precision, which explains that the “objective” method seems currently preferred. However, several computer tools are available and each laboratory has its preference. In addition, the analytical procedure will depend on the purpose and data of the study. This workshop aims to provide an overview of the tools available and to discuss the advantages and limitations of existing methods. [less ▲]

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See detailWorkshop on rotifers in ecotoxicology
Snell, T. W.; Joaquim-Justo, Célia ULiege

in Hydrobiologia (2007), 593

The aim of the workshop on rotifers in ecotoxicology was to stimulate discussions on new developments in the field. Discussions about the use of biomolecular tools indicate that gene expression analysis ... [more ▼]

The aim of the workshop on rotifers in ecotoxicology was to stimulate discussions on new developments in the field. Discussions about the use of biomolecular tools indicate that gene expression analysis with rotifers should be available in the next few years. Such analyses will be a great asset as they enable ecotoxicologists to study molecular mechanisms of toxicity. Rotifers also appear as useful tools in the risk assessment of pharmaceuticals and their metabolites that find their way into aquatic ecosystems because their sensitivity to some of these substances is higher than that of cladocerans and algae. The nature and extent of the impact of potential endocrine disruptors on aquatic invertebrates is another poorly resolved issue for which rotifers are a promising tool. Indeed, rotifers seem to be particularly sensitive to androgenic and anti-antiandrogenic substances, whereas copepods and cladocerans are typically more affected by estrogens and juvenile hormone-like compounds. Besides their usefulness in these emerging fields of aquatic ecotoxicology, it was emphasized that research with rotifers on basic issues like, e.g., toxicant interference with predation, competition, or interspecific and interclonal variation in ecotoxicological tests is still needed. [less ▲]

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