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Travail et cohésion sociale

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  • FLEURY Charles
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    Adoptant une définition multidimensionnelle de la cohésion sociale et s?appuyant sur les données luxembourgeoises de l?European Values Study de 2008, cette recherche vise à savoir dans quelle mesure le travail, entendu comme activité, représentation sociale et condition d?existence, contribue au maintien, voire au renforcement de la cohésion sociale. Elle montre que, contrairement à ce que laissent entendre certaines idées véhiculées par diverses instances politiques nationales et internationales, il ne suffit pas de créer des emplois et de favoriser le développement d?un ethos du travail particulier pour accroître la cohésion sociale, mais qu?il faut encore offrir des emplois intéressants, offrant de bonnes conditions matérielles et permettant de concilier de façon harmonieuse les diverses facettes de la vie des individus.

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    Paper provided by CEPS/INSTEAD in its series CEPS/INSTEAD Working Paper Series with number 2011-16.

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    Length: 52 pages
    Date of creation: Jan 2011
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    Handle: RePEc:irs:cepswp:2011-16

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    Keywords: cohésion sociale; travail; emploi; ethos du travail; intégration professionnelle;

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    1. Joseph Chan & Ho-Pong To & Elaine Chan, 2006. "Reconsidering Social Cohesion: Developing a Definition and Analytical Framework for Empirical Research," Social Indicators Research, Springer, vol. 75(2), pages 273-302, 01.
    2. Paul Dickes & Marie Valentova & Monique Borsenberger, 2010. "Construct Validation and Application of a Common Measure of Social Cohesion in 33 European Countries," Social Indicators Research, Springer, vol. 98(3), pages 451-473, September.
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