Projet de vie et construction identitaire chez des adolescents en situation de handicap intellectuel scolarisés en institut médico-technique

Abstract : The identity disruption which occurs in the teenage years represents an inescapable stage in the development process of an individual. According to Erik H. Erikson's words, it is a "necessary turning point" even a "crisis". And yet, in that transformation period, adolescents with a handicap are particularly sensitive to often negative social representations and to stigmatising processes in Erving Goffman's sense of the word which may give way to "negative identity" phenomena or self-depreciation. The implementation of a life plan, including dealing with professional prospects, is suggested as a means to build up a personal identity. This thesis examines the content and conditions of it. In a definite temporality and a supportive environment, building a life plan both means building up one's identity, giving one's life a meaning and being able to make the most of it.
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José Luemba. Projet de vie et construction identitaire chez des adolescents en situation de handicap intellectuel scolarisés en institut médico-technique. Education. Université Nancy 2, 2007. Français. ⟨NNT : 2007NAN21012⟩. ⟨tel-01777334⟩

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