• À l'approche de la quarantaine, après avoir galéré, Bernadette accepte de suivre son ami Doudou, fonctionnaire qui vient de décrocher un poste important en Ariège. Comme il faut bien vivre, elle se fait embaucher dans un bureau de poste. Si avec Doudou, elle se sent sexuellement frustrée, elle trouve vite des compensations sur son lieu de travail. Ses collègues des deux sexes ne pensent qu'à ça ! Hommes et femmes, filles entre elles... Bref, on tue le temps comme on peut ! Mais, comme souvent dans les petits groupes qui vivent à huis clos, explosent des conflits... Autant de prétextes à divers coups bas, vengeances, chantages, relations malsaines, bref, un vrai salmigondis de turpitudes...

  • This volume reveals the history of Information Architecture (IA), reflects on the relationship between practice and research within the discipline, and presents educators with the latest models, frameworks and theories that have emerged from the Information Architecture Academics and Practitioners Roundtable between 2014 and 2019. The most comprehensive and up-to-date overview of Information Architecture so far, this collection is a valuable tool for teachers, researchers, and practitioners interested in recent advances in information architecture in areas such as pervasive computing and embodiment, artificial intelligence, design practice, diversity and ethics in design, and critique.

    The information landscape has grown more complex, porous and connected-the information challenges of smart phones, sensors and IoT demand focused attention from organizations that often embrace a `move fast and break things' ethos.

    This book not only explores the shift from Classical IA to Contemporary IA-it asks, are today's creators prepared to solve the challenges ahead? Have industry-led disciplines abdicated their responsibility to the people who inhabit current information environments? Will this discipline persist?
    Advances in Information Architecture examines the maturity of the field, revisits the discipline's efforts to transform itself in 2013 with the publication of "Reframing Information Architecture", and considers the opportunities that remain to bridge the academic and practitioner communities.
     

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