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De l’incertitude à l’autoresponsabilité. Parcours et dilemmes de sinistrés du nucléaire après l’accident de la centrale 1F

Abstract : In the grey area of the Fukushima accident, outside the official eva-cuation zone, dozens of people contaminated or suspected of being so agreed to testify on the controversial effects of low doses, and on their decisions regarding their exposure and their lot. Five years of longitudinal interviews show how this affects identity, generates non-linear trajectories, alters life stories, and fundamentally questions the construction of risk and the qualification of “nuclear victim” that is far from the cliché of powerlessness. Besides the semantic, social and psychological instability accompanying this status, two readings emerge from the corpus through the prism of personal responsibility and that of gender, revealing the commitment generated by the accident, and for women in particular.
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Chiharu Chūjō, Marie Augendre. De l’incertitude à l’autoresponsabilité. Parcours et dilemmes de sinistrés du nucléaire après l’accident de la centrale 1F. Ebisu - Études Japonaises , 2021, Dossier. 2011-2021 : crises, ruptures et nouvelles dynamiques. Dix ans après la triple catastrophe du 11 mars, 58, pp.211-247. ⟨10.4000/ebisu.5948⟩. ⟨hal-03439321⟩

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