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By Isabelle Méténier

Pourquoi une crise professionnelle peut-elle autant nous ébranler ? Parce que le monde du travail et l. a. vie privée sont en interplay constante. Nous exprimons notre personnalité dans notre activité, et les changements qui s'y jouent se répercutent dans l'intimité.Pour Isabelle Méténier, psychosociologue, comprendre les origines de nos motivations et saisir le sens de nos actes quotidiens dans le travail nous éclaire sur nous-mêmes.

En s'appuyant sur de très nombreux cas, elle montre en quoi reconnaître les échos de notre histoire personnelle dans notre travail peut nous permettre de nous en dégager et d'évoluer différemment. vehicle se libérer de ses carcans intérieurs passe par un renoncement à nos loyautés inconscientes. Et il n'est jamais trop tard pour commencer une nouvelle étape de notre vie en allant dans le sens que nous désirons vraiment.

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Cautions about this latent menace have been publicized, with ( 2 4) convincing scenarios—forexample, by Taylor and Willrich. In May 1977 the alarm bells rang with two new realities. S. Government Accounting Office reported for the second time to the Congress that several thousand pounds of weapons-grade uranium had been mislaid over the years in commercial nuclear plants, enough to make dozens of nuclear bombs. While there was no claim that it had been stolen, the apparently careless accounting procedures made it impossible to say with complete certainty what had happened to the missing material.

More and more technical, economic, legal, institutional, political and social processes have been successively adopted and mixed. With divergent social preferences now finding political expression, these interactions have swiftly increased in number, variety and novelty, with associated synergistic interdependence on the one hand and conflict on the other. Political boundaries no longer constrict social traffic. In economic terms, banking, currency and trade freely cross national frontiers; oil produced in one country is shipped to fifty; aircraft manufactured in one state are assembled with components from twenty.

Utilization of high 36 Margins for Survival altitude aerial photography to detect and permit intervention in the 1962 Russian missile build-up in Cuba is a second striking example of both a close shave and the critical role of military intelligence as ( 2 9) anticipatory protective reaction. War planning goes on continuously. Developing tactics and strategies in advance of conflict, and rehearsals through war games, are both deterrents and techniques to reduce losses. During peace time, armed services have the time, resources and inclination to engage in such exercises at very low additional cost.

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