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Métier militaire et identité féminine

Abstract : Aboard Montcalm ship, the authors analyzed the changes inferred by feminization on the social life, the work organization and the seaman occupation. They observe a good integration of women on board, with the social validation of their skills and aptitude to the seaman profession and the military activity. Nonetheless, masculine identity remains at the core of the social identification of the group. In other words, while the seaman work is fewer associated to virile skills, the masculine model remains the main referential of this occupation... even for women
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Pascale Trompette. Métier militaire et identité féminine. Les Champs de Mars, 2000, pp.169-178. ⟨halshs-00362189⟩

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