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Enquêter in situ par questionnaire sur une mobilisation en cours : une étude sur les gilets jaunes

Arsinée André 1 Camille Bedock 2 Zakaria Bendali 3 Antoine Bernard de Raymond 4 Anne-Gaëlle Beurier 5 Pierre Blavier 6 Loïc Bonin 7 Amaïa Courty 2 Magali Della Sudda 2 Gauthier Delozière 8 Christèle Dondeyne 9 Charif Elalaoui 10 Fabrice Flipo 11, 12 Camille Frémont 10 Maxime Gaborit 13 Antonin Girardin 14 Théo Grémion 15 Pierre Guillemin 14 Métilde Havard 14 Mila Ivanovic 16 Damien Larrouqué 17 Alix Levain 18 Pauline Liochon 15 Laura Pauchard 14 Lucas Ormiere-Noblet 2, 19 Frédéric Neyrat 20 François Pigot 21 Floriane Soulié 22 Emmanuelle Reungoat 23 Tinette Schnatterer 2 Ludwig Spéter-Lejeune 22 Valeria Alfieri 22 Etienne Walker 14 
Abstract : This research note comes from a collective inquiry based on a face-to-face survey conducted in situ between November 2018 and March 2019, during the Yellow Vest movement. It focuses on three areas: the methodological challenges linked to survey research in social movements; the sociodemographic characteristics of participants and, lastly, their engagement and demands in relation to politics. The Yellow Vest movement has mobilized certain segments of lower- and middle-income groups. As a social movement, it also brings together people with very different levels of prior experience in political activism. We also show the existence of different social and political profiles according to the place and time at which interviewees were involved in the movement.
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Arsinée André, Camille Bedock, Zakaria Bendali, Antoine Bernard de Raymond, Anne-Gaëlle Beurier, et al.. Enquêter in situ par questionnaire sur une mobilisation en cours : une étude sur les gilets jaunes. Revue Francaise de Science Politique, Fondation Nationale des Sciences Politiques, 2019, 69 (5-6), pp.869-892. ⟨10.3917/rfsp.695.0869⟩. ⟨halshs-02413233⟩



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