Sylvie Octobre is a researcher at the Department for Research, Statistics and Foresight at the Ministry of Culture, and member of the Centre Max-Weber. Her research focuses on the sociology of culture and the sociology of childhood.
This collective text looks at the actors that drive EAC – teachers, artists, families, cultural mediators, and specialist teachers – while giving a voice to those on the receiving end, the students.
Une utopie à l'épreuve des sciences sociales
Anne Jonchery, Sylvie Octobre
The question of inequality has become central to contemporary social debates and the source of these inequalities in childhood is increasingly a focus of research particularly given that overall inequalities are growing, whether they are read in terms of social class or identity. But how do these inequalities develop in childhood?
Sylvie Octobre, Régine Sirota
What are the mechanisms that produce and reproduce situations of gender inequality or discrimination in areas of cultural activity, creation and performance ?
Based on fieldwork studies, this book demonstrates that the glass ceiling is still very much intact in an industry that is often perceived as progressive.
Sylvie Octobre, Frédérique Patureau