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Les dispositifs d’orientation : une liberté contrainte ?

Abstract : Nowadays, career objectives represent a social issue seized by public policies especially upon the request of the European Commission as part of “Lifelong guidance”. First, career choice has been a tool used to regulate the labour market and to develop economy before becoming a process that enables the individual to become the actor of his or her own personal experience. The purpose of this thesis is to analyse how implemented actions impact on individuals’ career path and to what extent the individual may be the actor of his or her own future. The research is based on the background of eight job seekers and how they perceive professional reality in order to underline the differences between the recommended path and the real one. The thesis is intended for professionals of the vocational integration and for actors involved in the spread of the guidance established by public policies. It may be a valuable tool to realize a reflexive approach regarding professional methods and a helpful support to elaborate measures.
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Catherine Richard. Les dispositifs d’orientation : une liberté contrainte ?. Sociologie. 2017. ⟨hal-01657025⟩



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