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Relations et dépendances familiales. Regards croisés sur les étudiants français et italiens

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  • Marco Oberti
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    [fre] Les différences structurelles liées au type d'État-providence se retrouvent clairement dans la façon dont les étudiants se rattachent à la famille. Celle-ci est plus directement sollicitée en Italie, et les jeunes italiens engagés dans des études supérieures en dépendent très largement sur le plan matériel. La famille est également présente en France, mais intervient moins directement. Les jeunes français n'en sont pas cependant moins proches en termes de valeurs. Ainsi, le soi-disant familialisme italien vaudrait surtout en référence à la plus forte participation de la famille en tant que cellule de base au coût direct de la socialisation et de l'éducation des enfants et des jeunes adultes, et non pas tant en référence à l'idée d'une profonde identification des jeunes au système de valeurs de leurs parents. [eng] Family relations and dependence : glances on the French and Italian students Marco Oberti The structural differences related to the type of Welfare state are clearly remarkable in the way the students are attached to the family. The family is more directly requested in Italy, and young Italians engaged in higher studies depend on it very largely on the material level. The family is also present in France, but is less directly requested. Young French students are not however less closed in terms of values. JEL code : J 13

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    Article provided by Programme National Persée in its journal Revue de l'OFCE.

    Volume (Year): 73 (2000)
    Issue (Month): 1 ()
    Pages: 259-276

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    Handle: RePEc:prs:rvofce:ofce_0751-6614_2000_num_73_1_1598
    Note: DOI:10.3406/ofce.2000.1598
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