Philosophy, Education, Society
Issue n° 17
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Opening, Sylvie Courtine-Denamy (CNRS)
Moral chronicle : Citizens, minors and non-minors (summary), Hubert Vincent (IUFM Nord-Pas-de-Calais)
Notion : Professional deontology (summary), François Jacquet-Francillon (INRP)
Report: Pupils' Love
Presentation, Alain Vergnioux (University of Caen)
Loving pupils is taboo (summary), Pascal Bouchard (writer, journalist)
What will family relationships be like in future ? (summary), Boris Cyrulnik (ethologue)
The teacher-pupil relation : a subtle perversion is always at work (summary), Daniel Marcelli (CHU-CHR Poitiers)
`Who really loves, really punishes'. The teacher and the child's body in nineteenth century France (summary), Jean-Claude Caron (University of Franche-Comté)
`Such a little child and such a great sinner' (summary), Jean-Marc Lamarre (IUFM Pays de Loire)
Mentor's charter, Marie-Louise Martinez (CNEFEI)
Studies : Inspector General Jules Lachelier confronting anticlericalism : unpublished material from 1889 on the `Jules Thomas affair' (summary), Laurent Fedi (college of Douai)
Actuality : Alfred Binet, `Mystery Man' (summary), Elisabeth Chapuis (University Paris XIII)
Practices : `Hard Times' by Charles Dickens (summary), Patrick Thierry (IUFM de Versailles)