From “Signes-traces” to “Homme-trace”. Production and Interpre-tation of Traces Placed in an Anthropological Perspective

Galinon-Mélénec Béatrice
Language of the article : French
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In this paper, Béatrice Galinon-Mélénec explains how, after studying the role of behavior in terms of recruitment, she defined the paradigm of “signe-trace” and that of “Homme-trace”. “Homme-trace” paradigm assumes on one hand that person-environment interactions are written on the body, and in the brain; on the other hand, their practices produce sign-traces in an environment. All are operating in a system of internalisation of externality and externalisation of interiority.



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Galinon-Mélénec Béatrice (2013/1). From “Signes-traces” to “Homme-trace”. Production and Interpre-tation of Traces Placed in an Anthropological Perspective. In Mille Alain (Eds), From Traces to Knowledge in the Era of the Web, Intellectica, 59, (pp.89-114), DOI: n/a.