L'analyse de l'articulation des temps de vie au sein de la profession médicale en France: révélateur ou miroir grossissant des spécificités sexuées?

TitleL'analyse de l'articulation des temps de vie au sein de la profession médicale en France: révélateur ou miroir grossissant des spécificités sexuées?
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2013
AuthorsLe Feuvre, N, Lapeyre, N
JournalEnfances Familles Générations
Volume18
Pagination72-93
KeywordsFrance, genre, profession médicale, temps sociaux, travail
Abstract

Cet article vise à identifier quelques-uns des écueils analytiques qui surgissent lors de recherches sur les pratiques et aspirations en matière d'articulation des temps de vie au sein d'un groupe professionnel particulier, celui des médecins. Caractérisée par de très longues durées du travail, la profession médicale offre également une grande «souveraineté temporelle». Si l'éthos de la profession médicale a longtemps été fondé sur un principe de «disponibilité permanente», plusieurs facteurs participent à une remise en question de ce socle historique des identités professionnelles, surtout chez les jeunes générations de médecins des deux sexes. Toutefois, ce changement ne s'exprime pas toujours dans les mêmes registres: en situation d'entretien, les femmes évoquent plus spontanément des aspirations «d'équilibre» des temps professionnels et familiaux, alors que les hommes revendiquent la recherche d'un «équilibre» individuel, par le truchement de loisirs personnels. Reste à savoir dans quelle mesure ces différences discursives renvoient effectivement à des pratiques sexuées spécifiques ou traduisent plutôt un mécanisme d'ajustement des récits aux injonctions normatives qui continuent de peser sur l'acceptabilité sociale des pratiques (et aspirations) masculines et féminines en matière d'articulation des temps de vie.

Wiederbeschäftigung nach Betriebsschliessungen im Industriesektor der Schweiz (Final report)

TitleWiederbeschäftigung nach Betriebsschliessungen im Industriesektor der Schweiz (Final report)
Publication TypeReport
Year of Publication2013
AuthorsBaumann, I, Oesch, D
Pagination82
PublisherSECO
Place PublishedBern
Keywordsjob displacement, manufacutring sector, unemployment
Citation Key944

Occupational change in Europe: How technology and education transform the job structure

TitleOccupational change in Europe: How technology and education transform the job structure
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication2013
AuthorsOesch, D
PublisherOxford University Press
Place PublishedOxford
Abstract

What types of jobs are growing: well-paid managerial jobs or low-paid auxiliary jobs, high-end professional jobs or bottom-end service jobs? Can occupational change transform affluent countries into enlarged middle-class societies? Or, on the contrary, are we heading towards a future of increasingly divided class societies? Do changes in the employment structure allow forthcoming generations to move towards more rewarding jobs than those held by their parents - or is downward mobility the more likely outcome? This book throws new light on these timely questions by drawing on extensive evidence of employment data on the pattern of occupational change in Britain, Denmark, Germany, Spain, and Switzerland since 1990. It documents the change in the employment structure, and examines the five underlying driving forces: technology, globalization, education, migration, and institutions. The book discusses whether governments really have no other choice than either occupational upgrading with soaring unemployment or full employment with expanding low-end jobs. The book gives a clear picture of the future of work, skills, and employment in today's Europe, contributing to the debate in economic sociology and labour economics.

La double influence de la mondialisation et des contextes nationaux sur les carrières de dirigeants européens: Une étude comparée

TitleLa double influence de la mondialisation et des contextes nationaux sur les carrières de dirigeants européens: Une étude comparée
Publication TypeBook Chapter
Year of Publication2013
AuthorsDavoine, E, Ravasi, C
EditorDany, F, Pihel, L, Roger, A
Book TitleLa gestion des carrières. Populations et contextes
Pagination9-28
PublisherVuibert
Place PublishedParis

Exploratory mining of life event histories

TitleExploratory mining of life event histories
Publication TypeBook Chapter
Year of Publication2013
AuthorsRitschard, G, Bürgin, R, Studer, M
EditorMcArdle, JJ, Ritschard, G
Book TitleContemporary issues in exploratory data mining in the behavioral sciences
Series TitleQuantitative Methodology Series
Chapter9
Pagination221-253
PublisherRoutledge
Place PublishedLondon & New York
ISBN Number978-0-415-81706-6
Keywordsevent sequences
Abstract

This chapter explains how data-mining-based techniques can be used for discovering interesting knowledge from sequences of life events, that is, to find out how people sequence important life events. We illustrate with data from the biographical survey conducted by the Swiss Household Panel in 2002. The focus is on the sequencing of events in the occupational life course and of events such as starting a union and childbirth that affect the living arrangement. Addressed methods include finding of frequent sequential patterns, identification of discriminant subsequences and clustering of event sequences.

TraMineRextras: Extras for use with the TraMineR package

TitleTraMineRextras: Extras for use with the TraMineR package
Publication TypeReport
Year of Publication2013
AuthorsRitschard, G, Bürgin, R, Studer, M, Müller, NS
PublisherCRAN
Keywordssequence analysis, TraMineR
Abstract

Collection of ancillary functions and utilities to be used in conjunction with the TraMineR package for sequence data exploration. Most of the functions are in test phase, lack systematic consistency check of the arguments and are subject to changes. Once fully checked, some of the functions of this collection could be included in a next release of TraMineR.

URLhttp://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/TraMineRextras/index.html
Citation Key939

Exploring sequential data

TitleExploring sequential data
Publication TypeConference Proceedings
Year of Publication2012
AuthorsRitschard, G
EditorGanascia, J-G, Lenca, P, Petit, J-M
Conference NameDiscovery science: 15th international conference: Proceedings
Series TitleLNCS
Volume7569
Pagination3-6
PublisherSpringer
Place PublishedBerlin
Citation Key938

Watering surrounding deserts: A lifetime of spreading feminist insights. An interview with Barrie Thorne, UC Berkeley

TitleWatering surrounding deserts: A lifetime of spreading feminist insights. An interview with Barrie Thorne, UC Berkeley
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2013
AuthorsBachmann, L
JournalSociograph – Working Paper
Number10
Pagination1-15
Keywordsfeminism, gender, sociology
Abstract

Barrie Thorne – who was until recently Professor and Acting Chair of Gender & Women’s Studies and Professor of Sociology at the University of California, Berkeley – has been active in the collective effort to bring feminism into the US academic world. She has fought relentlessly for over 40 years to promote women and gender studies in higher education. This creative sociologist is also a much appreciated teacher and mentor. Laurence Bachmann interviewed her on campus in February 2012, a few months before she retired.

URLhttp://www.unige.ch/ses/socio/publications/dernierespublications/sociographwp10.html

Barrie Thorne. Largesse et créativité féministe au service de l’éducation publique

TitleBarrie Thorne. Largesse et créativité féministe au service de l’éducation publique
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2012
AuthorsBachmann, L
JournalNouvelles Questions Féministes
Volume31
Number2
Pagination102-115
Keywordsfeminism, gender, sociology
Abstract

Barrie Thorne – who was until recently Professor and Acting Chair of Gender & Women’s Studies and Professor of Sociology at the University of California, Berkeley – has been active in the collective effort to bring feminism into the US academic world. She has fought relentlessly for over 40 years to promote women and gender studies in higher education. This creative sociologist is also a much appreciated teacher and mentor. Laurence Bachmann interviewed her on campus in February 2012, a few months before she retired.

Multichannel optimal matching: A multidimensional approach to sequence analysis

TitleMultichannel optimal matching: A multidimensional approach to sequence analysis
Publication TypeBook Chapter
Year of Publication2013
AuthorsGauthier, J-A, Widmer, E, Bucher, P, Notredame, C
EditorLevy, R, Widmer, E
Book TitleGendered life courses between standardization and individualization. A European approach applied to Switzerland
Pagination245-264
PublisherLIT Verlag
Place PublishedWien

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