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Volume 53, Supplement 1

  • Continuity, capture, network : The professional logics of the organization of care - H. Bergeron, P. Castel

    Henri Bergeron, Patrick Castel
    Sciences Po, Centre de sociologie des organisations (CSO), CNRS, 19, rue Amélie, 75007 Paris, France
    Available online 18 October 2011. on ScienceDirect
    doi:10.1016/j.soctra.2011.09.002
    Abstract
    Cooperation in medicine, as in all group activity, is a key problem both for the actors involved and for sociologists. Classical studies in the sociology of health and medicine are moreover of little help in conceptualizing this problem. While arguing against the idea that affiliation with an institutional structure – such as a part of a professional segment or (...)

  • Arrangements for market intermediation and policies. Modernizing the fruit and vegetable market in France, 1950–1980 - A. Bernard de Raymond

    Antoine Bernard de Raymond
    INRA, CESAER, 26, boulevard Docteur-Petitjean, BP 87999, 21079 Dijon cedex, France
    Available online 19 October 2011 on ScienceDirect
    doi:10.1016/j.soctra.2011.09.003
    Abstract
    This article studies experiments in organizing the fruit and vegetable market from the 1950s till the late 1970s. It shows that there were alternatives to the principle of distribution, e.g. modernizing traditional wholesale markets (carreau) or setting up producer controlled veilings (marchés au cadran, or “clock auctions”). After exposing the rationale underlying each of these (...)

  • Constructing merit in the civil service : The French Ministry of Culture (1880–1980) - O. Join-Lambert, Y. Lochard

    Odile Join-Lambert, Yves Lochard
    Institut de recherches économiques et sociales (IRES), 16, boulevard du Mont-d’Est, 92193 Noisy-le-Grand, France
    Available online 13 October 2011 on ScienceDirect
    doi:10.1016/j.soctra.2011.09.004
    Abstract
    Merit-based procedures for evaluation and grading in the French Civil Service have often been studied with the idea that concepts and practices circulate between public and private sectors, domestic and foreign organizations. Less attention has been afforded the in-house origins of procedures for assessing the work of civil servants. This article (...)

  • Two definitions of collegiality and their inter-relation : The case of a Roman Catholic diocese - E. Lazega, O. Wattebled

    Emmanuel Lazega
    ORIO/IRISSO-CNRS, université Paris-Dauphine et CMH, ENS Jourdan, place du Maréchal-de-Lattre-de-Tassigny, 75775 Paris cedex 16, France
    Olivier Wattebled
    CLERSE, faculté des sciences économiques et sociales, université des sciences et technologies de Lille-1, bâtiment sh2, 59655 Villeneuve-d’Ascq cedex, France
    Available online 21 October 2011 on ScienceDirect
    doi:10.1016/j.soctra.2011.09.005
    Abstract
    Against the backdrop of the conflict observed between managers and professionals, two definitions of collegiality emerge : on one hand, a specific organizational form (...)