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ORBi Open Repository and Bibliography (269.533 recursos)

In may 2007, the ULg's Administrative Board (joined in June 2007 by the FUSAGx) decided to create an institutional repository and defined a strong institutional self-archiving policy to increase the visibility, accessibility and impact of the University's publications (Board's decision). This decision led to the official launch, in November 2008, of the ORBi platform including both the Academic Bibliography and the Institutional Repository of the Wallonia-Europe University Academy.

Social & behavioral sciences, psychology => Multidisciplinary, general & others

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  1. Risk management in Ivory Coast : Case Study of Population Evictions in Port-Bouët, Abidjan

    Comoe, Raymond; Ozer, Pierre
    Peer reviewed

  2. The Future of Labour in the Digital Era. A Report on Wallonia, Belgium

    Delvenne, Pierre; Macq, Hadrien

  3. Migration in Extreme Climate Change Scenarios

    Gemenne, François; Blocher, Julia; de Longueville, Florence; Gharbaoui, Dalila; Ozer, Pierre; Pearson, Nakia; Vigil Diaz Telenti, Sara; Zickgraf, Caroline
    Peer reviewed

  4. Space and places: When interacting with and in physical space becomes a meaningful experience.

    Lentini, Laura; Decortis, Françoise
    Peer reviewed

  5. Rapport n°2 sur la rénovation du stock bâti en Belgique

    Ruellan, Guirec

  6. Etat du marché de la rénovation du bâti résidentiel en Belgique

    Ruellan, Guirec
    Pour atteindre les objectifs énergétiques de l’Union Européenne pour 2050, et plus largement les objectifs fixés à la dernière COP, le secteur de la construction et de l’habitat doit opérer sa mue vers un modèle plus durable. En Belgique, pour des raisons historiques et culturelles, une large majorité du stock bâti est vieux et énergétiquement inefficace. Le bâtiment est entre autre responsable de 35% des émissions de gaz à effet de serre, majoritairement pour le chauffage des habitations. Les hautes performances des nouvelles constructions visant une cible passive, voir zéro énergie, ne suffiront pas à modifier le bilan global du...

  7. SOUTENIR LE DÉVELOPPEMENT DU LANGAGE ET DE LA COMMUNICATION EN MILIEU SCOLAIRE

    Maillart, Christelle; Bergeron-Morin, Lisandre; Leroy, Sandrine

  8. PRESSE: "Retraite professionnelle et maladie d'Alzheimer"

    Grotz, Catherine

  9. PRESSE: " Maladie d'Alzheimer: Attention à ne pas surestimer l'effet de la retraite !"

    Grotz, Catherine

  10. Presse: "La vie professionnelle, une arme anti-Alzheimer? ”

    Grotz, Catherine

  11. Close residents of wind farms: What predicts their support and rejection behaviors?

    Lentini, Laura; Barbier, Marie; Dardenne, Benoît

  12. Déontologie et spécificités de l'expertise psychologique

    Mormont, Christian
    Peer reviewed

  13. Les races hyperspécialisées entre verrouillage et ancrage local, l’exemple du Texel Belge

    Lauvie, Anne; Stassart, Pierre M
    Peer reviewed

  14. Co-producing evidence: Ethnographic inquiry of a "wild" search for causation

    Duysens, Fanny
    Drawing on a multi-sited ethnography which explores the field of patients’ organizations (POs) concerned with genetic disorders within the Belgian context, this communication is interested in some knowledge-related collaboration between POs and scientific and medical experts, or “wild research” projects (Callon & Rabeharisoa, 2003). Especially, it examines an informant's narrative of the "wild" search for causation of the disorder by which his family is concerned and the inherent forms and modalities of knowledge production, circulation and validation. While STS scholars have traditionally seen POs as epistemic communities, they currently point out an increasing engagement in such novel forms of collaboration...

  15. Figures du tiers dans la médiation institutionnelle. Le cas des médiateurs hospitaliers

    Vandeninden, Elise; Dubois, Christophe
    La loi du 22 août 2002 reconnaît aux patients différents droits dont le droit de plainte. Celui-ci témoigne, en particulier, d’une forme de distanciation par rapport au « paternalisme médical » qui a longtemps prévalu en offrant aux patients la possibilité de manifester un mécontentement. Afin de traiter ces plaintes, chaque hôpital belge est contraint d’organiser un service de médiation compétent. Notre présentation vise à rendre compte du travail des « médiateurs droits du patients ». A partir d’une enquête exploratoire, il s’agira d’analyser leurs contextes d’activité et de retracer, à partir de leurs discours, les limites de leur cadre...

  16. Speech characteristic of French-speaking children with Dysarthria: Pilot study

    MacLeod, andrea; Maillart, Christelle; Ancelle, J.; Hetrick, B.; Moya-Gale, G; Levy, Erika
    Peer reviewed

  17. Speech style manipulations in dysarthria in French-speaking children: Acoustic findings.

    Ancelle, Josephine; Moya Gale, G.; Hetrick, B; Maillart, Christelle; Coen, J; MacLeod; Deschenes, R; Majdalani, S; Levy, Erika
    Peer reviewed

  18. Water familiarization testing battery adapted for young children

    Vandermeulen, Mary; Schietecatte, Delphine; Delvaux, Anne; Jidovtseff, Boris
    Peer reviewed

  19. Temporal subjectification: interrogating the role of genetic diagnosis in patients and relatives' evidence-based activism in Belgium

    Duysens, Fanny
    Health- and disease-related events may be of highly significance for some patients and their relatives' life courses. Naming the medical diagnosis of a disease is one of them. It carries the inherent power of (re)configuring the individuals' life courses, which are moreover closely linked to those of their relatives, and especially blood families in the case of (hereditary) genetic diseases. Drawing on ethnographic observations and narratives from patients and relatives involved in some Belgian organizations concerned with genetic disorders (such as neuromuscular, renal, or intellectual), this paper is interested in the ways these concerned people understand the naming of a...

  20. Communication du médecin centrée sur le patient: intérêt pour l'équipe interdisciplinaire

    Jonius, Bénédicte; Bragard, Isabelle; Etienne, Anne-Marie
    Peer reviewed

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