New PDF release: 7 millions de travailleurs pauvres : La face cachée des

By Jacques Cotta

ISBN-10: 2213640963

ISBN-13: 9782213640969

Plus de 7 thousands de salariés perçoivent un salaire inférieur à 722 euros par mois et se trouvent dans l'incapacité de se nourrir, de se loger ou de s'habiller décemment, de même que leur famille. Plus de 12 thousands ont moins de 843 euros de revenu mensuel. Plus de three sans dwelling house fixe sur 10 ont un boulot à temps complet, partiel ou précaire, gagnent souvent entre 900 et 1300 euros, et cherchent pourtant soir après soir où dormir... Entre l. a. moitié et les deux degrees des femmes qui travaillent ont un contrat au sigle étrange - CES, CIE, CEC... -, touchent moins de 750 euros par mois, ont un enfant, vivent seules ou avec un conjoint au chômage et forment ninety % des familles monoparentales...

Nous voilà dans le monde des travailleurs pauvres!

Alors que jamais le can pay n'a été aussi riche - le PIB est en development constante depuis les années 1990 -, l. a. précarité s'est développée sur un mode exponentiel. En dix ans, l'intérim a augmenté de a hundred thirty percent, le nombre de CDD de 60 percent, les CDI de seulement 2 percent. Plus d'un million de personnes bénéficient du RMI, plus de 500000 de l'allocation solidarité.

Cela n'arrive qu'aux autres? Erreur! Tout le monde peut être concerné du jour au lendemain après un drame group of workers, un événement familial, un licenciement... Au cours de cette enquête, dans los angeles lignée du Peuple d'en bas de Jack London ou de Dans l. a. dèche à Paris et à Londres de George Orwell, Jacques Colla a rencontré des personnes qui le savent bien: André, ancien prof surdiplômé, Éric, assureur autodidacte, Jean-François, boucher charcutier, Yves, coiffeur dans l. a. marine reconverti sur los angeles terre ferme, Étienne, informaticien recyclé dans le gardiennage, Roland, manutentionnaire, Jean, jardinier... Autant de travailleurs dont on n'aurait jamais soupçonné, au foremost abord, qu'ils pouvaient être touchés par cette nouvelle pauvreté. Ils avaient une famille, une maison, pignon sur rue, et ils ont tout perdu.

Le sujet dérange. Hommes politiques et médias n'en parlent que rarement. Tout au plus comptabilise-t-on, en hiver, les morts de froid, en les présentant comme des «SDF», sans autre précision. Puis l'information est reléguée au moment plan.

Le thème sera sans doute au coeur des débats dans los angeles standpoint des élections de 2007. L'occasion, donc, de poser quelques questions à ceux qui nous gouvernent ou qui en ont l'ambition...

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First, they followed political-process theory in distinguishing challenging groups and dominant groups, restricting their analysis to a certain type of political movement. Second, they followed frame analysis in seeing consciousness as cognitive interpretation while ignoring the strong affective loyalties involved. Third, the emphasis on “everyday life” restricted collective identities to groups that have a structural or economic (“everyday”) existence independent of their consciousness; this is true of many protest groups but not all.

Mary Bernstein (2003) shifted identity from a source of cultural meaning to a strategic choice: Identity as a source of pride in group identification— directly satisfying in itself—almost disappears. She recognizes that identity contributes to mobilization and is an epidictic claim that advances a group’s goals. She also speaks of identity as a goal, but her examples suggest that she is thinking of recognition by the state and other players, which are means as much as goals. In Bernstein’s view, collective identity is about recruitment and external strategy; there is no subjective experience or emotions.

The identity dilemma slides in this way into the extension dilemma (Jasper 2006: 127). Attacks on the essentializing seen to be at the heart of the women’s movement appeared throughout the 1980s. Women of color and third-world women condemned the supposed women’s identity as suspiciously white, middle class, and first world (hooks 1984; Trinh 1989; Silliman et al. 2004). Beginning with a pugnacious conference at Barnard College in 1982, “pro-sex feminists” attacked the dominant feminist image of women as universally victims of patriarchy, which made sex itself a form of oppression (Vance 1984).

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