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by Catherine Raissiguier

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Author: Catherine Raissiguier
ISBN: 0791420868
Language: English
Pages: 211 pages
Category: Higher & Continuing Education
Publisher: SUNY Press (September 8, 1994)
Rating: 4.5
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Raissiguier, Catherine (1994). Becoming Women, Becoming Workers: Identity Formation in a French Vocational School. p. 186. ISBN 9781438416762. Fallon, Stephen (2010). 55. ISBN 9781742203980. Hughes, Alexandra and Keith Reader (2002). Encyclopedia of Contemporary French Culture.

Becoming Women, Becoming Workers: Identity Formation in a French Vocational School. This paper exPlores how a group of 83 young;white, working class women became involved in the state's most recent attempt at restructuring social relations through vocational initiatives.

Series: Suny Series, Power, Social Identity, and Education. Paperback: 268 pages.

Finally, I liked the book because of its attempt to understand all of these issues through a presentation and interpretation of several stories of youth in school. Series: Suny Series, Power, Social Identity, and Education.

xii, 211 p. ;, 24 cm. Title: SUNY series, power, social identity, and education.

The author of Becoming Women/Becoming Workers: Identity Formation in a French Vocational School (Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 1994), she is currently working on a book manuscript that explores how concepts of citizenship and nationality intersect with gender an. .

The author of Becoming Women/Becoming Workers: Identity Formation in a French Vocational School (Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 1994), she is currently working on a book manuscript that explores how concepts of citizenship and nationality intersect with gender and immigration in twentiethcentury France. She is currently teaching and coordinating the Women’s and Gender Studies Program at New Jersey City University and is the cochair of the Women and Society Seminar at Columbia University.

She is the author of Reinventing the Republic: Gender, Migration, and Citizenship in France (Stanford University Press, 2010) and Becoming Women/Becoming Workers: Identity Formation in a French High School (SUNY Press, 1994)

She is the author of Reinventing the Republic: Gender, Migration, and Citizenship in France (Stanford University Press, 2010) and Becoming Women/Becoming Workers: Identity Formation in a French High School (SUNY Press, 1994). Dr. Raissiguier is currently at work on the gender, race, class, and sexuality underpinnings of the 2016 burqini bans in France and the debates they have generated. Raissiguier has taught Women's and Gender Studies at SUNY/Buffalo, the University of Michigan, Middlebury College, University of Oregon, Oregon State University, the University of Cincinnati, and New.

Catherine Raissiguier.

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Get this from a library! Becoming women, becoming workers : identity formation in a French vocational school  . Related Subjects:(19). Women - Vocational education - Social aspects - France - Case studies.

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However, identity formation is also regarded mainly as social and relational in nature. Here it is concerned with narratives of recognition, trust, gossip and 1 organisational rituals within hierarchal settings.

This book traces the experiences of young French and Algerian women students in a Parisian vocational school―how they negotiate their class, gender, and ethnic/racial identities in relation to school, family, romance, and future work in a changing and unpromising economy. Drawn from classroom observations and personal interviews, the book provides a theoretical framework for analyzing the complex network of cultural and historical discourses, limitations, and expectations that form the students’ present lives and future outlook.The author links the micro and macro levels of her analysis by grounding her study in the nature of the French school, the discursive boundaries of French society, and the volatile French economy. The book contributes to an overall understanding of the processes of identity formation; class, race/ethnicity, and gender intersections; and women’s responses to schooling and education.