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La course vers de nouveaux réseaux de solidarité dans le Cameroun contemporain: désolidarisation ou des solidarités autour de la famille ?

Abstract : This paper attempts to define the place of the family nowadays with the expansion of digital social networks and associative movements in Cameroon. The interest of the study is to analyze the motivations and the reasons why individuals interact and join networks of solidarity outside their clan and family. We found that, issues of economic survival, social recognition, positioning and individual and collective affirmation in Cameroonian society are at the heart of emulation to new solidarity schemes. However, the family remains a bedrock to where people come back when the new forms of solidarities fail.
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Christine Nadège Ada, Alain Hugues Obame. La course vers de nouveaux réseaux de solidarité dans le Cameroun contemporain: désolidarisation ou des solidarités autour de la famille ?. International Journal of Innovation and Scientific Research, 2015, 17 (1), pp.14-23. ⟨hal-01523105⟩

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