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Comprendre les conditions de l’effervescence électorale : un dispositif d’entretiens panélisés (2011 à 2013)

Abstract : This contribution will share some results of the collective survey SPEL (Sociologie Politique des Elections). This qualitative inquiry was undertaken from 2011 to 2013. During this period, seventy voters from divers social groups were repeatedly interviewed. A total of one hundred and eighty in depth-interview were completed. Interview schedule was constructed to compare low and high-intensity electoral context. Thus, respondents were contacted during 2012 presidential and legislative elections, but also months before and after it. This contribution will question in-depth interviews’ help to understand politicization and political participation. Indeed, such a methodology leads to a more accurate apprehension of social grounds, which are not reduced to few items, but biographically considered. Above all, repeated interviews during electoral campaign offer to embrace the complexity of such a moving context. It makes possible some general conclusions regarding the processual dimension of interest toward politics, mobilization, and political preferences.
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Éric Agrikoliansky, Lorenzo Barrault-Stella, Clémentine Berjaud, Thibaud Boncourt, Julien Fretel, et al.. Comprendre les conditions de l’effervescence électorale : un dispositif d’entretiens panélisés (2011 à 2013). 13ème Congrès national de l'Association française de science politique, Jun 2015, Aix-en-Provence, France. ⟨hal-01364270⟩



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