Mai 68, un pavé dans leur histoire

Événements et socialisation politique
First Edition

Who are the men and women who participated in May 1968? What was the impact of their activism on their children? Based on a large scale survey among "ordinary sixty-huitards", the book rehabilitates a plural history of May 68 by combining statistical analysis and life stories. Read More

Who are the men and women who participated in May 1968? Why, and how, did their individual trajectories make it into the history books? Are they still affected by those events today? What was the impact of their activism on their children?

In order to answer these questions, Julie Pagis conducted a vast study on the life trajectories of 'ordinary' participants in the May 1968 protests, combining statistical analyses with personal narratives from both the protestors and their children.

Distancing herself from the clichéd view which argues that members of the ‘May 1968 generation’ became opportunists, with many now having become ‘liberal libertarians’ and holding positions of power in politics, the media and the literary world, Pagis painstakingly examines the diverse profiles of the men and women who participated in the events of May 1968, before illustrating the multiple effects that this participation has had on their personal, professional and family lives, as well as their activist careers.

Analysing the roots of participation, the familial transmission of activism and various post-68 personal transformations, Pagis seeks to restore multiple different interpretations to the events of May 1968 that have largely been buried over the course of the movement’s decennial celebrations.

Julie Pagis, the daughter of neo-rural farmers, a former biology student at the École normale supérieure, is now a researcher at the CNRS in political sociology. She is likewise a member of the Centre d’études et de recherches administratives, politiques et sociales (CERAPS - Centre for administrative, political and social studies and research) at the Université Lille-2 and affiliated with the ‘Enquêtes, terrains, théories’ [Studies, terrains, theories] research unit at the Centre Maurice-Halbwachs (ENS-EHESS).


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Specifications


Publisher
Presses de Sciences Po
Author
Julie Pagis,
Collection
Académique
Language
French
Tags
, May 68
Publisher Category
> Exams > Exams Humanities
Publisher Category
> Sociology > Political Sociology
Publisher Category
> Politics
Publisher Category
> Society
Publisher Category
> Sociology
BISAC Subject Heading
SOC000000 SOCIAL SCIENCE
BIC subject category (UK)
J Society & social sciences
Onix Audience Codes
06 Professional and scholarly
CLIL (Version 2013-2019)
3283 SCIENCES POLITIQUES
Credit
Presses de Sciences Po
Title First Published
11 September 2014
Subject Scheme Identifier Code
Thema subject category: Society & culture: general
Type of Work
Monograph
Includes
Index

Paperback


Publication Date
1978
ISBN-13
978-2-7246-1590-6
Product Content
Text (eye-readable)
Extent
Main content page count : 340
Code
9782724615906
Weight
430 grammes
List Price
22.00 €
ONIX XML
Version 2.1, Version 3

ePub


Publication Date
01 March 2015
ISBN-13
978-2-7246-1592-0
Product Content
Text (eye-readable)
Extent
Main content page count : 344
Code
9782724615920
Technical Protection ebook
Adobe DRM
List Price
14.99 €
ONIX XML
Version 2.1, Version 3

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Contents


INTRODUCTION
Les origines autobiographiques de la recherche
Des représentations partiellement insatisfaisantes de Mai 68
Les incidences biographiques du militantisme en Mai 68
Histoire de l'enquête

Chapitre 1 / LES RACINES DE L'ENGAGEMENT EN MAI 68
Les matrices de l’engagement en Mai 68
Politique et religion : une histoire de famille
Les transformations des conditions étudiante et féminine
Conclusion

Chapitre 2 / FAIRE L'ÉVÉNEMENT. REGISTRES ET EFFETS SOCIALISATEURS DE LA PARTICIPATION
Leurs Mai 68 : ont-ils vraiment participé au même événement ?
Comment l’événement agit-il sur les participants ?
Conclusion

Chapitre 3 / LES EMPREINTES SUR LE LONG TERME DE MAI 68
L’espace social des devenirs soixante-huitards
Des empreintes générationnelles quarante ans plus tard

Chapitre 4 / TRAVAILLER À NE PAS REPRODUIRE L’ORDRE SOCIAL
Étudiants à l’usine et ouvriers à l’université : destins croisés
Militer par l’éducation populaire
Conclusion : engagement et mobilité sociale

Chapitre 5 / CHANGER SA VIE POUR CHANGER LA VIE ?
LA POLITISATION DE LA SPHÈRE PRIVÉE
Politisations de la sphère privée
Anne : rester fidèle à la rupture
Conclusion

Chapitre 6 / DES MICRO-UNITÉS DE GÉNÉRATION 68
Conditions sociales de l’identification à une « génération 68 »
L’horizon des devenirs soixante-huitards
Conclusion

Chapitre 7 / UN EFFET RICOCHET SUR LA DEUXIÈME GÉNÉRATION ?
Une solide transmission politique familiale
Différents profils d’héritiers
Filiations militantes : (dis)continuités intergénérationnelles ?
Conclusion

Conclusion / L'ÉVÉNEMENT, CADRE DE RESOCIALISATION POLITIQUE