Online Generations: Time for Outrage![Op-Ed] by Juliette Carcano and Domitille Pestre

2015-04-27

The authors are part of the Alternative Management third year specialization program at HEC Paris.

We cannot live without our smartphones, whose production is based on a huge human and natural exploitation. It is now time for a change

Quote article  Juliette Carcano and Domitille Pestre, « Online Generations: Time for Outrage! », 27 april 2015, Alternative Management Observatory (AMO), [Op-Ed]
http://appli6.hec.fr/amo/Articles/Entry/Item/378.sls

In the same section

Is car sharing a viable alternative to personal car ownership?

[Research paper]

[Research paper] : Laure Jaffré

The rise of new practices allowing to share a car throughout time (car sharing) or throughout space (carpooling) deeply unsettles the paradigm « one car, one person behind the wheel », which lasted over the second half of the 20th century. In increasing the use of vehicles, this « shared...

>>Read more

Heeled-shoes in consulting firms: instrument of power or alienation for female consultants?

[Research paper]

[Research paper] : Lauriane Delhay

This research focuses on the conscious and unconscious use that female make their of their shoes through their professional interactions. The study is primarily sociological and based on various semi-structured interviews. It is firstly observed that female consultants almost automatically use...

>>Read more

What's the economic impact of the sustainable development policy implemented in Loos en Gohelle?

[Essay]

[Essay] : Victor Cabanes, Hélène Doutriaux, Anne Hurand

This research paper presents the collected results from an inquiry led in the city of Loos en Gohelle, Northern France, in which some 7 000 people live. An ambitious sustainable development policy has been implemented there. Keen to innovate, the city has already shown great advance in this area....

>>Read more

« L’Atelier en Commun » - Shared studio space for all types of artists

[Scenario]

[Scenario] : Camille Deniau

L’Atelier en Commun is a shared studio space for all types of artists from different backgrounds and practices. The purpose of this initiative is to offer artists an affordable and suitable studio, many external critical opinions, and the psychological support of a community, to help them in...

>>Read more

The role of assisted resilience in the access to the labour market for young people from deprived areas

[Research paper]

[Research paper] : Juliette Simon

In deprived suburbs, due to the interaction of multiple factors, youth unemployment is much higher than in the rest of the population. In this context, numerous third sector and public sector organizations follow the purpose of favoring the access to employment for young people. Among these...

>>Read more

With the same doctype

Op-Ed

Online Generations: Time for Outrage! We cannot live without our smartphones,... by Juliette Carcano and Domitille Pestre
Mr. Juncker will make the European... On November 1, 2014, Jean-Claude... by Laure Jaffré and Elie Simon