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Potriquet, Ghislain

Overview
Works: 4 works in 13 publications in 2 languages and 604 library holdings
Genres: Conference papers and proceedings 
Roles: Editor, Publishing director, Author, Opponent
Classifications: HM654, 304.2317521
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Most widely held works by Ghislain Potriquet
Defining and redefining space in the English -speaking world : contacts, frictions, clashes by Fanny Moghaddassi( )

5 editions published in 2016 in English and held by 569 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Contacts, on the individual and institutional levels and in the political and aesthetic spheres, lead to redefinitions of existing identities through frictions and, sometimes, clashes. Focusing on the material conditions of such contacts, frictions, and clashes, this volume particularly explores their essentially spatial nature, highlighting the stakes of such definitions and redefinitions of space. Efforts at defining and mapping spaces, physical experiences of contacts, frictions and clashes, tensions between different groups or genres and literary or political competition for space and infl
"The only group..." : 1980-2011 : le rôle du Democratic Leadership Council dans la modernisation idéologique du parti démocrate by Diane Benedic-Meyer( )

1 edition published in 2014 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

It is quite difficult for the young generation of Democratic voters who contributed to bring Barack Obama into power in 2008 and 2012 to imagine the electoral losing streak the Democratic Party endured after Ronald Reagan's electoral victories in 1980 and 1984. Obama owes credit to both his efficient campaigns and the changes which have affected the Democratic Party since the 1980s for winning the executive office twice. The Democratic elected officials certainly had not waited for Jimmy Carter's humiliating defeat in 1980 to reflect upon the situation but it is during the Reagan years that some Democratic influential members started taking action. The Democratic Leadership Council (DLC) became a key part of a sort of political and ideological aggiornamento which allowed the Democratic Party to rebuild its forces in less than ten years and to win back the executive office in 1992 with Bill Clinton's election. From the early 1980s to its dissolution in 2011, the DLC devoted itself to the ideological modernization of the Democratic Party
La politique linguistique de l'Etat de New York by Ghislain Potriquet( )

1 edition published in 2009 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

In a first part, this study analyzes the institutional framework in which American language policies are elaborated; the Constitution of the United States and its amendments appear to play a major role in their elaboration. Since the adoption of national language policies in the 1960's, federal influence has grown further. However, the language policy of the United States remains incomplete. The language policy of the State of New York, which is studied in the second chapter, supplements it by intervening in the fields of education and voting rights mainly. The language policy of New York is determined by, on the one hand, a structural City-State antagonism, and on the other hand, by the activism of Puerto Ricans who mobilized to assert their language rights. The last chapter of this study consists of a case-study; forty semi- conducted interviews were carried out with Russian-speaking immigrants. As a whole, they stress the importance of retraining in the language acquisition process
 
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