By Marie Chabrol, Alexandra Monot

ISBN-10: 2200283342

ISBN-13: 9782200283346

Vous vous interrogez sur l. a. formation universitaire en géographie et ses débouchés professionnels ? Ce manuel répond à vos questions et bien d’autres.Vous y trouverez : - une présentation originale de los angeles self-discipline ; - des conseils concrets pour s’adapter rapidement à l’université ; - des méthodes de travail pour réussir les partiels et assurer en TD ; - un exposé des formations et des nombreux débouchés professionnels. Conçu par des enseignants expérimentés, l’ouvrage s’adresse prioritairement aux étudiants soucieux de se donner les moyens de bien étudier, mais aussi à tous ceux qui voudraient découvrir l. a. géographie et ses formations. Marie Chabrol est docteur et agrégée en géographie, ATER à l’Université Paris IV. Alexandra Monot est docteur et agrégée en géographie, PRAG à l’Université de Strasbourg.

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Fukuda, 26/04/09) and that ‘What we need most of all, right now, is information . . [which] helps us assess and manage risks’ (Chan, 18/05/09). Information was viewed as a critical resource in dealing with infectious disease threats. The WHO’s suggestions regarding the need for information can be understood in the context of Beck’s theorization that a ‘risk’ is fundamentally characterized by a perceived lack of scientific certainty (Beck, 1992). This is furthered by the co-productionist claim that a consensus upon scientific data is difficult to attain surrounding a risk.

Fukuda, 14/02/10) 44 Pandemics, Science and Policy This demonstrates that the WHO’s attempts to link H1N1 to severity were ineffective given the actual nature of the disease. As a result, the WHO attempted to mobilize a depiction of pandemic influenza which suggested that such events are not necessarily severe. Pandemics, here, are presented as lying on a spectrum of severity. Such statements served to mobilize the argument that preparatory actions remain of vital importance (by pointing out the variability of severity) while co-opting a growing account that the impact of the H1N1 virus may not be great.

Severity was thus radically reconceptualized from a black-boxed characteristic which was clear and investigable to a contested characteristic which was complex and impossible to measure. The abandonment of ‘severity’ is also demonstrated in the WHO’s attempts through the later stages of the pandemic to suggest that Risk and Scientific Uncertainty 45 pandemic events are in fact often mild – that is, that severity is not an important or defining characteristic of a pandemic. This suggestion that severity does not determine whether a disease constitutes a pandemic was reinforced through references to historical events.

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