Afin de comprendre pourquoi l'égalité professionnelle entre les femmes et les hommes, exigée par le droit, n'est pas encore pleinement effective, Dominique Meurs propose dans cet ouvrage une synthèse des analyses les plus récentes réalisées par des économistes.
Pendant six ans, Lucile Quéré a mené une enquête ethnographique en France, en Suisse, en Belgique auprès de collectifs féministes de self-help qui contestent l'emprise médicale sur le corps et la sexualité des femmes. À travers la question du corps et de l’intime, ce sont les frontières du sujet politique du féminisme qui se trouvent interrogées.
Luttes féministes pour la réappropriation du corps
Contestations, appropriations et productions de savoirs par les femmes-Les ambivalences du militantisme ouest-allemand pour la santé des femmes (1971-1975)-Contestation des savoirs médicaux dans les mobilisations féministes de santé en Europe francophone-militantisme des femmes en faveur de la médicalisation de la santé au Mali entre 1969 et 1979
Mobilisations de femmes et savoirs médicaux depuis les années 1970
Emeline Fourment, Anne Kwaschik
Based on analysis of life history interviews conducted with 65 members of the senior ministerial staff this book confirms the highly gendered nature of professional trajectories of women in French administration.
Inégalités dans l'administration culturelle
Marion Charpenel, Marion Demonteil
Arthur Vuattoux conducted his research with two courts, followed several hearings, and analysed over two hundred cases involving adolescents. His verdict is that gender norms have a profound impact on the way in which the professionals consulted by the judges, and the judges themselves, perceive deviance at this age.
Genre, race, classe et âge au tribunal pour enfants
Economics as a discipline was conceived by men in the interests of a society run by men. Feminist economics renews the themes and approaches of this discipline and uses its knowledge and tools to work towards gender equality.
Pourquoi la science économique a besoin du féminisme et vice versa
The testimonies collected by Nathalie Lapeyre over the course of 5 years of research reveal a new phenomenon. The young generations of women managers are highly pragmatic in their strategies to seize the opportunities offered by new professional equality policies. They are determined to bring about equality, individually and above all collectively.
This book takes a detailed look at what motivates judges' decisions when dealing with delicate questions related to violence, desire, and sexuality. It describes the trajectory of victims throughout a legal process that is sometimes experienced as a second rape.
Véronique Le Goaziou
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
This book is the first of its kind to propose a series of measures that demonstrate that workplace discrimination is not a forgone conclusion and can be challenged, beyond simple punitive approaches.
Femmes, ethnicité, religion, âge, apparence, LGBT
Stéphane Carcillo, Marie-Anne Valfort
This book presents the many faces of the French responses to queer theory, from the conservative "Manif pour Tous" to LGBT activism, but also research seminars, new medias, translation policies, as well as debates around nationalism and intersectionality.
This book follows the trajectories of female unionists and recounts the everyday difficulties they faced in daring to break into these male strongholds.
Their rich and moving narratives reveal a whole sphere of social reality on an often-neglected subject, that of women's voices in unionism.
Défendre les intérêts des femmes au travail
Although the notion of gender was promoted by sociologists to shed light on relations of domination, invoking it at every opportunity – from the feminisation of language to political parity – establishes the idea that men and women are still, above all, and in every way prototypes of their sex group rather than unique individuals.
For two years, sociologist Myriam Joël collected the secrets of 80 detainees and 70 professionals and volunteers working in female detention. Her study reveals a surprisingly free way of speaking about a subject that is often considered illegitimate and ignored in social sciences: women's sexuality in prison.
It is the shift in perception and the transformation of a feminist struggle into a political issue that this book explores. It shows how, from the 1970s, feminists identified sexual and domestic violence, proposed specific ways of dealing with it and developed an explanatory framework linking it to structural relations between men and women.
Du combat féministe à la cause publique
Does France care more about fraternity than equality? Réjane Sénac analyses how the boundaries between brothers and non-brothers — whether the latter are women, non-binary, or non-white — have been repeatedly redrawn instead of disappearing altogether.
Policies aimed at achieving parity, affirmative action measures, establishing time offices to harmonize working hours, reversing the burden of proof in cases of discrimination, ensuring equal access to public spaces... the French Republic is undeniably undergoing tremendous change.
Genre, territoires, citoyenneté
Bruno Perreau, Joan W. Scott