Claire Harpet

Claire Harpet
Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3 | Université Jean Moulin

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Publications (29)
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Biological conservation projects conducted in inhabited areas are often based on the combination of ecological diagnostics and study of practices and use of the environment by local communities. They less frequently integrate the influence of the perception and representation of nature on these practices, while these should also be taken into accou...
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In French Polynesia (the Pacific), the knowledge and practices of traditional therapies, inherited from cultural specificities sometimes thousands of years old, were mostly, during the process of cultural integration that took place during the colonial period, neglected, side-lined, or disqualified by the public powers concerned. A state of tension...
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Introduction Les antibiotiques ont été reconnus comme des médicaments miracles. Pourtant leur surconsommation a abouti à ce que l’antibiorésistance devienne un problème majeur et mondial de Santé Publique. La publicité pour les antibiotiques est réservée aux professions de santé. Son rôle dans la prescription a été peu exploré. Matériels et méthod...
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The idea of applying biomimicry to cities is attracting increasing attention as a way of achieving sustainability. Undoubtedly the most frequently evoked natural model in this context is the forest, though it has not yet been investigated with any great scientific rigour. To overcome this lacuna, we provide: first, a justification of the model of t...
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We present a case study of uneven participation in a focus group discussion with health care professionals involved in local ethical committees. We conclude that the status of the different participants did not give adequate space for full participation of the members involved. Two commentators were invited to comment on the case study to enable fu...
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The French medical context is characterized by institutionalization of the ethical reflection in health care facilities and an important disparity between spaces of ethical reflection. In theory, the healthcare professional may mobilise an arsenal of resources to help him in his ethical reflection. But what happens in practice? We conducted semi-st...
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Expertise ethnoécologique about the landscapes of Mayotte. Order of the Direction of the agriculture and the forest, DREAL of Mayotte, Ministry of Ecology, of the sustainable development and the energy.
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Method for evaluating perceptions about animals and plants among the inhabitants of the northwestern coastal zone of Madagascar. The evaluation of global perceptions about animal and plant species by villagers living in protected area including fragmented dry forests has been conducted in the northwestern coastal zone of Madagascar. The methodolog...
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The evaluation of global perceptions about animal and plant species oy villagers living in protected area including fragmented dry forests has been conducted in the northwestern coastal zone of Madagascar. The methodology used in field conditions is presented and discussed in relation to possible integration of the results into localized botanical...
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Dans le cadre d'une analyse de la structure des fragments forestiers de la côte ouest de Madagascar et des relations qu'entretiennent les populations humaines avec ces espaces limités, nous avons testé une méthode d'évaluation des perceptions et des représentations des acteurs locaux vis-à-vis des espèces animales et végétales qu'ils côtoient. Nous...
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Myths and related practices reflect the richness of relationships that people have had since the beginning with lemurs, animals endemic to the island of Madagascar. Depending on the species and the ethnic group involved, the representations of lemurs differ throughout the territory: founder ancestors, benefactors, taboo, sacred, feared or evil omen...
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Role and implications of local beliefs and expertise in conservation programmes : the case of a site with sacred lemurs in the multi-use forest area of Antrema (Sakalava Land, Madagascar). – The importance of sites containing sacred lemurs has been stressed by several studies in northwestern Madagascar. These studies indicated that some places (vil...
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The importance of sites containing sacred lemurs has been stressed by several studies in northwestern Madagascar. These studies indicated that some places (villages, hills, islets) constitute true «natural areas of conservation» for biodiversity. Ancestral laws of great importance to the Sakalava populations traditionally protect these sites, which...
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The research proposal concerns the interactions of local populations with lemurs. These endemic animals of Madagascar, threatened with extinction by massive deforestation, represent more than fifty different species and subspecies, several of which have migrated to the Comores Islands. Our research proposal will study the state of knowledge of lem...
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Ce travail de recherche traite des interactions des hommes et des lémuriens. Ces animaux endémiques de Madagascar, menacés de disparition par la déforestation, représentent à eux seuls plus de cinquante espèces et sous-espèces différentes, dont quelques-unes ont été implantées sur les îles Comores. Les recherches de l'auteure se sont portées sur le...
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The two sites in northwestern Madagascar, where Ramanantsoa (1976) observed 'sacred lemurs', were revisited in order to assess the present status of Eulemur macaco and the possible impact of human beliefs and practices on conservation. All the sacred relationships towards lemurs described in 1976 are still in practice, and very similar descriptions...
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The two sites of the northwest of Madagascar, where Ramanantsoa (1976) observed “sacred lemurs”, have been revisited in order to assessing the present status of Eulemur macaco and the possible impact of human beliefs and practices on conservation. All the sacred relationships towards lemurs described in 1976 are still in practice, and very similar...

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The aim of this project is to think through the theoretical aspects involved in abstracting and translating biological and ecological models into an urban context. The project also considers ethical and anthropological risks this introduces, as well as practical applications, particularly in the areas of water and energy.