The person recruited will participate in conducting a survey through interviews and analysis of written sources with individuals who have experienced problematic situations involving legality, as well as legal intermediaries (feminist and/or family associations, trade unionists and members of the labor inspectorate).
The recruitment is done as part of a project led by Emilie Biland-Curinier and Jérôme Pélisse. This project will compare in two regions unevenly affected by the pandemic (Ile de France and Brittany) how individuals and collectives mobilize the law, solicit its intermediaries and use (or not) its institutions. The research will thus make it possible to identify the forms of conflict regulation that are relevant with regard to the inequalities and vulnerabilities at stake, in order to support our collective resilience in the face of the ever-present health emergency.
The position is located within the CSO, a joint research unit of Sciences Po and CNRS, which, after having built its reputation in the study of organizations, has gradually extended its fields of investigation and its research questions. It is now a recognized social science laboratory in the fields of economic sociology, organizations, public action, professions, work, social movements and law. It is directed by Olivier Borraz (director) and Sophie Dubuisson-Quellier (deputy director) and includes around thirty tenured staff, as many doctoral students and a dozen post-doctoral students. Jérôme Pélisse and Emilie Biland-Curinier are members of the laboratory council.Eligibility criteria
- PhD in Sociology - Knowledge of qualitative analysis methods - Knowledge of interview and observation survey methods - Fluency in FrenchWeb site for additional job details
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Sociology: PhD or equivalent
Juridical sciences: PhD or equivalent
Criminology: PhD or equivalent
FRENCH: BasicContact Information