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« Pas de mouvement sans AG » : les conditions d'appropriation de l'assemblée générale dans les mobilisations étudiantes en France (2006-2010). Contribution à l'étude des répertoires contestataires

Abstract : This dissertation illuminates the practical and symbolic conditions of appropriation of general assemblies (assemblées générales – AG) by striking students in the second half of the 2000s in France. This mode of organization has been part of their contentious repertoire since the 1960s. It tries to understand the recurrence of ways of action from a mobilization to another, that is, how actors come to resort to one of them instead of others they know, how they learn how to practice it and how they slightly transform it in the process. It is mostly based on an ethnographic investigation about the mobilizations of three higher education sites between 2006 and 2010. The uses of AG are shaped by internal conflicts among the social, political and union groups which are involved in the space of these mobilizations, so that their success stems from both the symbolic entreprise of justification ot them in the sake of "democracy" by minority currents, and their plasticity. Indeed, they play a whole set of roles – which sometimes have nothing to do with "democratic" norms. They are promoted by activists to whom they give the feeling that they influence a mass of students, especially as they belong to organizations which are far from being able to mobilize as many members.
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Julie Le Mazier. « Pas de mouvement sans AG » : les conditions d'appropriation de l'assemblée générale dans les mobilisations étudiantes en France (2006-2010). Contribution à l'étude des répertoires contestataires. Science politique. Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, 2015. Français. ⟨tel-01610685⟩

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