Monique Dagnaud, Jean-Laurent Cassely
The Overeducated Generation The 20% Who Are Transforming France
The reconfigurations around education probably offer the most relevant angle of observation for understanding contemporary societies, and to decipher the popular resentment against the world of the educated elite.
The Californian Paradigm How the spirit of cooperation can change the world
An original reflexion on California as a new social and political model. A high-quality argument on the possibility of an alternative economy and society that is more cooperative and egalitarian.
The State and the Media
Can the control of television broadcasting be justified? Should a broadcasting policy that favours cultural diversity be defended? What are the ties between media bosses and politicians or administrators? Can it be said that the content of programming is governed by an elitist plot? How is French media control different from that of other countries? How did it develop and how can it be applied to on-line media? Is there a French model of broadcasting? How has it evolved? Who will win the battle that is now being waged: the citizens or the giant global groups? Monique Dagnaud is a sociologist