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Benaissa, Hicham

Overview
Works: 5 works in 8 publications in 3 languages and 22 library holdings
Genres: History 
Roles: Author
Classifications: BP65.F8, 297
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Most widely held works by Hicham Benaissa
Le travail et l'Islam : généalogie(s) d'une problématique by Hicham Benaissa( Book )

3 editions published in 2020 in French and held by 15 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Depuis quelques années, la laïcité fait régulièrement l'objet de controverses publiques. Elle serait mise en cause dans différents secteurs du monde du travail par la présence « nouvelle » d'un islam expressif. Sauf que les travailleurs immigrés maghrébins d'après-guerre, appartenant à la classe ouvrière bon marché, pratiquaient sur leur lieu de travail avec l'accord des directions d'entreprises et les encouragements du personnel politique. Des entreprises de renom ont même construit des salles de prières pour leurs salariés musulmans, sans que cela ne suscite d'émois particuliers. Alors, interrogeons-nous : qu'y a-t-il de véritablement « nouveau » dans la situation actuelle ? Mais, plus fondamentalement encore, il faut revenir sur l'incontournable thèse de la compatibilité ou non de certains modes de vies religieux avec le travail. Paradigme qui continue d'organiser notre manière de hiérarchiser les « religions » à l'ère moderne. Là aussi, à la lumière des réalités économiques et sociales du 21e siècle, qu'en est-il réellement ? Hicham Benaissa, sociologue praticien, rattaché au GSRL (CNRS-EPHE). Co-fondateur et délégué général de l'Observatoire des populations immigrées africaines et leurs descendants (OPIAD). Si ses travaux portent sur l'islam au travail, il s'intéresse, plus globalement, aux implications théoriques et pratiques provoquées par l'implantation durable de l'islam en Europe
On the Signorini's Contact Problem with Non-local Coulomb's Friction in Thermo-Piezoelectricity by Hicham Benaissa( )

1 edition published in 2019 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

L' Islam et la France chroniques d'une histoire commune( Book )

1 edition published in 2012 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Islam et capitalisme : sociologie des entrepreneurs musulmans en France by Hicham Benaissa( Book )

2 editions published in 2018 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Under the authority of Max Weber's work, a broad social science literature has long held that Islam, within Muslim societies, had not fostered the emergence of the spirit of modern capitalism. In the same way that Max Weber has correlated, in part, the appearance of modern capitalism in the West with the ascetic behaviour of the Protestant Calvinist, Islam would be symmetrically the cause of this non-event in Muslim-majority societies. It is a hypothesis whose strength of demonstration has helped to establish the general theoretical framework by which religious phenomena continue to be understood in the modern world. However, it is a framework that resists the understanding of these vast emigration-immigration movements coming from traditional societies, mainly Muslim, towards European societies, highly differentiated and structured by the capitalist model. Indeed, are we not entitled to assume that, starting from this migratory event with its multifaceted impacts in the societies of departure (emigration) and arrival (immigration), Islam, in its unity and diversity, as long as it “deterritorializes” itself, tears itself away from its historical cultural traditions in order to evolve within a new economic and social landscape, necessarily creates new forms of cultural diversity? Thus, it is no longer a question of opposing systems in their theoretical principles, but of taking an interest in their practical relations. To understand this, we conducted a quantitative and qualitative study of Muslim entrepreneurs based in the Ile de France region. We show that capitalism is a lifestyle whose logic must be hastily internalized; a process favoured according to the economic, social, cultural and symbolic conditions in which it takes place. We also show that being Muslim often means receiving a political identity, collectively constructed and defined by the political and historical configuration within which that identity is embedded. Finally, we follow the historical thread that leads from the Islam of emigrant immigrants to the constitution of a French Islam. A process leading to a gradual reinterpretation of the religious principles and content of Islam from a new and heterogeneous social and cultural landscape
Control estadístico en el proceso de mecanización de cárteres de cajas de velicidades by Hicham Benaissa( Book )

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

 
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