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Reconfiguration du champ des formations en sciences humaines en Île-de-France : le poids de la sélection

Abstract : Based on a study of humanities courses in the field of higher education in the region of Ilede-France, especially those practicing selection, this article shows the diversity and internalhierarchy of these programs. The increasing number of selective bachelor's degrees leads tosocial and academic recruitment closed to that of the most privileged preparatory classes,and even to that of institutions that have long practiced selection, such as Sciences Po andParis Dauphine University. This is particularly true for Paris 1 University. This observationreflects the recompositions at work in the field of higher education. However, despite commonfeatures, each of these three institutions has its own specificities, particularly in relation totheir disciplinary specialization. Sciences Po and the Paris 1 selective bachelor's degrees aremore similar to each other in their recruitment than they are to Paris Dauphine University,in that they recruit more students from the cultural fractions of the upper classes and fewerscientific students. There are also more students from outside Ile-de-France – proportionally– than there are at Dauphine.
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Submitted on : Monday, October 11, 2021 - 4:29:23 PM
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Pauline Barraud de Lagerie, Marco Oberti, Mathieu Rossignol-Brunet, Yannick Savina, Elise Tenret. Reconfiguration du champ des formations en sciences humaines en Île-de-France : le poids de la sélection. 2021. ⟨hal-03373779⟩



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