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Le décloisonnement comme analyseur de l’orientation tout au long de la vie (Postface)

Olivier Las Vergnas 1, 2, 3 
1 CREF: Équipe Apprenance et Formation des Adultes
CREF - Centre de recherches éducation et formation
2 Trigone-CIREL
CIREL - Centre Interuniversitaire de Recherche en Education de Lille - ULR 4354 : EA1038
Abstract : his book examines the changes in the concepts and institutional frameworks of guidance counselling, as they are being opened up to adult careers and to the new social forms of work and training that are currently taking place. This twofold expansion sums up how this "hybrid object", now called "lifelong guidance" (OTLV), is very largely transforming the founding form of an educational guidance system designed solely for the placement of young people in an occupation suitable for them at the end of their initial schooling. It raises the question of the decompartmentalisation of this extended and diversified object: to what extent can guidance professions be practised in the same way or - on the contrary - must they be specialised by discipline, by public, by type of status, by training projects? What is gained or lost by pooling the OTLV systems? Such questions run through all the chapters of this book and this afterword proposes to look at how this idea of "decompartmentalization" constitutes an enlightening analysis of the OTLV.
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Olivier Las Vergnas. Le décloisonnement comme analyseur de l’orientation tout au long de la vie (Postface). Isabelle Soidet; Isabelle Olry-Louis; Serge Blanchard. L'orientation tout au long de la vie. Théories psychologiques et pratiques de l'accompagnement, L'Harmattan, pp.247-259, 2020, 978-2-343-19489-9. ⟨hal-02905474⟩



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