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Des projets à la carrière : Les artistes interprètes et leurs anticipations des contreparties du travail, une perspective biographique

Abstract : French performing artists frequently accept to work for very different wages. Their views on their wages, as well as the way they justify their choice to participate or not to a particular project constitute a relevant methodological entry in the fabric of the monetary and non-monetary rewards associated with artistic work. This case study underlines that monetary and non-monetary gratifications are not disconnected and conflicting. Both are considered simultaneously in the anticipation of the project quality.
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Olivier Pilmis, Vincent Cardon. Des projets à la carrière : Les artistes interprètes et leurs anticipations des contreparties du travail, une perspective biographique. Sociétés contemporaines, Presses de Sciences Po, 2013, pp.43 - 65. ⟨hal-01176824⟩

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