By Collectif

ISBN-10: 2759007278

ISBN-13: 9782759007271

Cet ouvrage, écrit par des professionnels des jurys de concours, vous présente three hundred questions de tradition générale auxquelles vous pouvez être confronté lors d'une épreuve de concours. Touchant à des domaines très diversifiés, ce style de questions nécessite une préparation des plus efficaces.

Quel est le statut juridique de l. a. Lune ?
Combien parle-t-on de langues dans le monde ?
Dans une path, vous doublez le dernier. Quelle était votre position ?

Très complet, ce consultant vous suggest des questions pour vous tester dans les secteurs les plus divers :
Histoire et géographie
Littérature et politique
Langue française
Arts
Droit et sciences politiques
Economie et gestion
Sciences et techniques
Sports et loisirs
Médias et cinéma
Logique et vie pratique
Citations
Chaque query est accompagnée d'une réponse détaillée afin d' enrichir vos connaissances.

Ludique et pratique, ce livre est destiné à tous ceux qui préparent examens et concours, mais aussi à ceux qui souhaitent compléter et approfondir leur tradition générale.

Show description

Read Online or Download 300 Questions Pièges de Culture Generale PDF

Similar cultural books

Download e-book for kindle: Indische Felsentempel und Hohlenkloster by Herbert Plaeschke

Книга на немецком языке. Несмотря на это, полезна даже тем кто не знает немецкого - множество цветных иллюстраций, карты, схемы, прорисовки. Можно использовать как справочное издание по храмам Аджанты, Эллоры, Элефанты и других древнеиндийских комплексов.

Paul Thompson's The Edwardians: The Remaking of British Society PDF

Everybody who lived throughout the reign of Edward VII used to be an Edwardian, no longer basically the wealthy, the literary or the scandalous. during this ebook, Paul Thompson documents the lifestyles tales of a few 500 Edwardians born among 1872 and 1906 in a pioneering use of oral historical past, which captures a special list in their occasions.

Download e-book for iPad: What Was The Hipster?: A Sociological Investigation by n+1

Who used to be the turn-of-the-century hipster? who's unfastened adequate of the hipster taint to put in writing its heritage with out contempt or nostalgia? Why will we are looking to claim the neo-hipster second over, while the hipster's "global model" has simply reached apotheosis? A panel of writers invited the general public to affix an research into the increase and fall of the modern hipster.

Janet M Bennett's The SAGE Encyclopedia of Intercultural Competence PDF

In 1980, SAGE released Geert Hofstede’s Culture’s Consequences. It opens with a quote from Blaise Pascal: “There are truths in this facet of the Pyrenees which are falsehoods at the different. ” The ebook turned a classic—one of the main pointed out resources in theSocial technological know-how quotation Index—and in this case seemed in a moment version in 2001.

Additional info for 300 Questions Pièges de Culture Generale

Example text

These statistical trends can also be associated in a loose way with different stages in the life cycle of a community, although it is advisable to be cautious about placing too much emphasis on this when considering settlement size and composition. First, there is no necessary lineal relationship between the different stages in the life cycle. Second, the ability of a village to become large or mature is less the result of its age than of its having the right social composition. Thus a co-resident brother and sister, a relatively frequent occurrence, offer considerable potential for growth and durability because around them can develop an endogamous bilateral kindred through the intermarriage of their children.

Both joimmd ne'ne and joimmd amoincharotoma are classed together as ne'ne, and in this sense "ne'ne corresponds to the category kindred" (1971:169). The relationship between this category of kindred and the actual co-residential group is interesting, as these quotations reveal: "Groups should be based on ne'ne relatives" (p. 170); "the ideal is to have a village composed of real ne'ne kin" (p. 171). This is rarely achieved, and there will always be more distant kin or strangers present; they are referred to as joimmd (rather than as ne'ne).

The first consists of little more than a nuclear family; the second is an extended family with a man, his wife or wives, unmarried children, and married daughters and their husbands; the third is a group centered on married brothers and sisters, or brothers-in-law. Although it is possible for a settlement to develop through these three stages it is not a necessary progression, and a village may change from any one composition to either of the other two (1979:198-9). The general similarity of this pattern with that described by Arvelo-Jimenez for the Ye'cuana is obvious, the main difference being the absence of nuclear family settlements among the Ye'cuana.

Download PDF sample

300 Questions Pièges de Culture Generale by Collectif


by Charles
4.1

Rated 4.17 of 5 – based on 29 votes