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Public vulnérable : mise en œuvre d’un dispositif d’accompagnement socioprofessionnel intensif

Abstract : This thesis written by Alexandre LANGARD, occupational psychologist, under the direction of Professor Martine Batt (Interpsy EA 4432), is part of an action research project, responding to a government policy implemented following the poverty reduction plan signed in 2013.This study consisted in implementing a support system for unemployed without training « vulnerable » people, aged 18 to 25, in a precarious situation, who could benefit from more appropriate care. Through innovative and intensive support, this action amounts to enabling the entire identified population to participate in an integration process, thus promoting access to a professional situation and allowing the removal of barriers to employment.The aim of this action research is therefore twofold. On the one hand the objective is to implement an integration system responding to a government request, in order to finally propose solutions that correspond the professional and social issues faced by the target audience.On the other hand, the analysis and evaluation of the individual levers has to be taken into consideration to ensure the success of the proposed support. The approach combined methods of census, information gathering, evaluation and analysis of quantitative and qualitative data.The evaluation of this support system was carried out over a three-year period, on the basis of the essential individual variables considered as levers in an integration process: self-esteem level, sense of personal effectiveness, vocational decision, motivation, external obstacles and disinvestment from work. Individual interviews made it possible to draw up a qualitative review of the support provided. The discursive data collected during the interviews were analysed using traditional methods of thematic analysis of language content. The result shows the impact of the system on positive personal feelings, access to employment-training and the importance of the role of the counsellor. The action research is an SHS project, with psychological and psychosocial dimension, which has made possible to evaluate and to promote actions helping vulnerable people.
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Alexandre Langard. Public vulnérable : mise en œuvre d’un dispositif d’accompagnement socioprofessionnel intensif. Psychologie. Université de Lorraine, 2019. Français. ⟨NNT : 2019LORR0102⟩. ⟨tel-02396636⟩



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