Jeunes et engagements au travail : une génération asyndicale ?

Abstract : "Although young people continue to get involved, unionism and workers’ representation are not common commitments. Based on a quantitative and qualitative studies on the trajectories of young workers learning and being involved involvement in union activities, we document the factors and processes that mean young people do not often turn to unions. We challenge the widespread idea of a disaffection for unionism among this generation and demonstrate that on the contrary young people do still believe in collective action in the workplace but are partly “prevented” from participating. We then show what conditions are required for a young worker to make this leap, by presenting three typical figures of the young workplace activist.
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Sophie Béroud, Camille Dupuy, Marcus Kahmann, Karel Yon. Jeunes et engagements au travail : une génération asyndicale ?. Agora débats/jeunesses, L'Harmattan/Presses de Sciences Po, 2019, 2019/2 (82), pp.7-25. ⟨10.3917/agora.082.0007⟩. ⟨halshs-02169737⟩

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