Guérison et religion en Afrique (Études africaines) (French Edition)

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  1. Marie Nathalie LeBlanc
  2. José Braga
  3. Cahiers d’études africaines

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Marie Nathalie LeBlanc

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Films documentaires en ligne: Son implication dans divers groupes associatifs et communautaires lui a permis de tisser des partenariats fructueux avec de nombreux acteurs sociaux. His work focuses on cultural globalisation, in particular in the context of East Asia.

José Braga

Her public engagement work includes the Sex and History Project , which seeks to use historical objects to improve sexuality education in a variety of settings. Autour de Pierre Rosanvallon , Seuil, La messe est dite.

Débat sur la question des religions en Afrique (Spiritualité Africaine, Christianisme, Islam)

Over the past 30 years, he has written extensively on modern Thai cultural history, with special interests in religion, sexuality and critical approaches to Asian histories and cultures. His most recent books are: He is collaborating with Prof. Gert Hekma taught sex and gender studies which was gay and lesbian studies back in the eighties and nineties He published profusely on the history and sociology of homo sexuality such as Homoseksualiteit, een medische reputatie , De roze rand van donker Amsterdam ; The pink margin of dark Amsterdam , Homoseksualiteit van tot de moderne tijd , ABC van perversies and coedited The Pursuit of Sodomy , Het verlies van de onschuld.

Procreation and Care in a Globalized World avec Y. Michel Columbia University Press, He is also the author of Civilization and Empire: Before the Rise of the West both with Routledge.

Cahiers d’études africaines

He is author of The Age of Consent: Young People, Sexuality and Citizenship Houndmills: Struggles for Decriminalisation and Change London: School of Advanced Study, The cosmetic use of bleaching products in Dakar, Senegal: In order to evaluate the reasons for the cosmetic use of skin bleaching products, a questionnaire was proposed to a sample of women presenting at a dermatological centre in Dakar.

According to the collected data, bleaching products appear to be more frequently used among women from Dakar, aged from 20 to 40 years, married or having a boy- friend, with an educational level equivalent to primary school, a job implying contacts with customers, and among women having access to certain consumption goods TV, phone, car. According to their statements, the main motivations of women using bleaching products are the following: Female friends of bleaching products users are said to often compliment and prompt them, contrarily to family members who generally criticize strongly the practice; the husbands present an intermediary position.

These data suggest that bleaching products' s use works like a fashion phenomenon, with both identification to a group mainly, female friends and a claim to certain values, especially urbanity, modernity, adult femininity, power of seduction, and access to a certain social level.