La quête de professionnalisation des communicateurs publics : entre difficulté et stratégie

Abstract : Those responsible for public communications, who are often contract workers, cannot be fully included in the dominant model of staff recruited through competitive entrance examinations. Furthermore, since the 1980s, these "marginal" agents have been seeking alternative skills training strategies to strengthen their minority position. The search for training by this professional group may prove problematic, even if collectively and successively, these players have managed to mobilise public resources, and macro-social (law, university, professional frameworks) and micro-social (ethics, salons and awards, associations...) policies that are strategic.
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Dominique Bessières. La quête de professionnalisation des communicateurs publics : entre difficulté et stratégie. Formation Emploi. Revue française de sciences sociales, La documentation française/CEREQ, 2009, Les processus de professionnalisation. ⟨halshs-01343569⟩

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