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Évolution démographique et rapport au travail des enseignant.e.s-chercheur.e.s en sciences de l’éducation : des logiques sexuées à l’œuvre ?

Abstract : The numbers of academic staff in educational sciences (a relatively new discipline) increased from 114 in 1978 to 668 in 2015. This growth is accompanied by a process of feminization. However, academic careers are segregated, with 35.8% of female professors. A searching inquiry on a representative sample of this population into their representations of this profession, research and teaching activities, and their relationships to the transformations of academic work and university highlights gender differentiation and division.
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Angela Barthes, Nassira Hedjerassi. Évolution démographique et rapport au travail des enseignant.e.s-chercheur.e.s en sciences de l’éducation : des logiques sexuées à l’œuvre ? . Les Sciences de l'éducation pour l'ère nouvelle : revue internationale, CERSE, Université de Caen, 2017. ⟨hal-01711786⟩

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