Marie Salaün

Marie Salaün
Paris Descartes, CPSC | Paris 5 · Centre d'anthropologie culturelle

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Les résultats de la recherche-action - consultables in extenso sur le site du ministère de la Justice (http://intranet.justice.gouv.fr/site/apnet/expertise-16843/recherche-16848/ recherches-financees-par-la-dap-128266.html) dans le rapport final (Recherche-action sur la pertinence d’une prise en charge spécifique en Outre-mer pour les populations a...
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Tahiti est l’île principale d’un archipel du Pacifique Sud, la Polynésie française, lié, sous des statuts divers depuis 1842, à une République française éloignée de 16 000 kilomètres. S’ils n’ont donc pas été minorisés démographiquement, ni spoliés de leurs terres, dans les proportions que l’on connaît ailleurs, en Amérique et dans le Pacifique, le...
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Tahiti is the main island of the South Pacific archipelago French Polynesia that has been linked since 1842 through various statutes to the French Republic, 16,000 kilometres away. And while they have never been a demographic minority, nor had their land taken away to the same extent as occurred in the Americas and the Pacific, Tahitians (about 80%...
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Cet ouvrage est l'un des résultats de la première conférence LBSHS, avant même que notre réseau adopte le nom d'e-toile Pacifique, en 2010. Les sciences humaines et sociales dans le Pacifique Sud : Terrains, questions et méthodes est une introduction générale à l'étude des sociétés océaniennes et un état des lieux des recherches les plus avancées d...
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The use of the notion of ‘decolonization’, applied to indigenous people's schooling, is somehow misleading. It refers to a certain period, namely the colonial period, which officially ended in New Caledonia in 1946, then a French colony and now a French overseas territory. It also refers to contemporary efforts to address the colonial legacy. It th...
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Paths of Declonization Today: Perspectives from the Pacific Islands Contemporary Oceania is simultaneously marked by the persistence, birth and resurgence of struggles for self-determination. The separatist, autonomist, regionalist and “native” demands that rub shoulders there (without excluding one another) evolve in keeping with the reconfigurati...
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The archipelago located in the South Pacific known as New Caledonia is part of the ‘confetti’ of the French colonial empire. Violent uprisings in the 1980s revealed that the impact of colonization had a long‐lasting traumatic effect on the aboriginal Melanesian people: the Kanaks. As indigenous school failure became visible, educational claims beca...
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Whereas the French colonial education system advocated the eradication of local specificities with a view to promoting French linguistic and cultural assimilation (francisation), the contemporary educational systems in place in France's Oceanian Collectivities have each made a commitment, according to their respective schedules, to implementing a p...
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La Nouvelle-Caledonie contemporaine presente une situation quasi-experimentale pour la recherche. Engagee dans un processus de decolonisation original, elle doit connaitre d’ici une dizaine d’annees l’emergence d’une citoyennete neo-caledonienne transcendant, dans un destin commun, les clivages ethniques nes de la colonisation. En tant qu’une des s...

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