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L’interaction vie professionnelle/vie familiale dans le modèle à double carrière (The professional life / private life interaction in the double carreer model)

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  • Alban Goguel d’Allondans

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    L’étude contemporaine des rapports sociaux entre hommes et femmes est centrée sur les différentes approches envisageables de la gestion vie professionnelle/vie privée. D’ailleurs, ils ne vivent pas les différentes étapes de leur cheminement professionnel et privé selon le même calendrier. Les trajectoires féminines sont tendanciellement davantage morcelées, moins linéaires que celles de leurs homologues masculins. La problématique pour la femme active est la conciliation idéalement introuvable de sa vie professionnelle et de sa vie privée. Ainsi s’esquissent trois profils féminins aux stratégies différenciées : celles qui revendiquent le cumul carrière et famille comme l’idéal de l’époque actuelle, celles qui construisent ou subissent une vie professionnelle sans famille et, catégorie majoritaire, les femmes qui, entre temps partiel et alternance famille/métier, composent avec les contraintes de leur double charge. Face à la nécessité de réaménager les temps sociaux collectifs, à titre d’exemple, il est fait référence à diverses expériences, notamment en Italie, lesquelles ambitionnent la conciliation acceptable des horaires des services publics et privés avec les besoins de la femme active. The contemparary study of social relations between men and women is focused on the available different approaches for the management of professional life/ private life. Women’s trajectories seem to be much less linear than men’s ones. The problem for active women is the impossible perfect conciliation between professional life and private life. Three womens profiles are highlighted, each having a different strategy : those who claim the simultaneous leading of a professional life and a private life as an ideal for the present time ; those who build, or are subjected to, a professional life without a family ; and, largest category, the women who, thanks to part-time jobs and family/profession alternance, compose with their double charge constraints. According to the necessary reorganisation of collective social times, diverse experiences are presented, especially in italy, wich try to conciliate between the opening hours of public and private services and the active women needs.

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    Paper provided by Laboratoire de Recherche sur l'Industrie et l'Innovation. ULCO / Research Unit on Industry and Innovation in its series Working Papers with number 92.

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    Length: 30 pages
    Date of creation: Jan 2005
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    Publication status: Published in Cahiers du Lab.RII, janvier 2005
    Handle: RePEc:rii:riidoc:92

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    Keywords: Social; femme active; travail; carrière; vie professionnelle; vie privée/social; professional life; private life; active woman; job; carreer;

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