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Faire entendre les voix en Chine : jeunesse qualifiée, autoritarisme négocié et civisme ordinaire

Abstract : In China, issues related to mobilization, commitment, political engagement and collective action are sensitive. They are considered, in a contemporary way, through landlord movements or opposition forces to local projects, particularly in connection with environmental, health and ecological issues. It is almost impossible for political dissidence, a form of frontal engagement that stands at yet another end of the political activism spectrum to exist in the current context. This thesis aims at showing how discrete practices of politics are being produced by analyzing the political engagement of skilled young people within the framework of an interactionist conception of power. We intend to demonstrate how, in a context of bargained authoritarianism and partial regulatory regimes, higher education graduates create practices and forms of association in "intermediate spaces". Starting from constrained political engagement, young graduates develop mobilization and “shifting” skills that reveal new forms of temporary and ordinary civism.
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Marie Bellot. Faire entendre les voix en Chine : jeunesse qualifiée, autoritarisme négocié et civisme ordinaire. Sociologie. Université de Lyon, 2019. Français. ⟨NNT : 2019LYSE2009⟩. ⟨tel-02614199⟩



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