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L’ancien, l'établi, l’émergent et le nouveau : quelle dynamique des activités professionnelles ?

Abstract : Old, established, emergent and new: these terms are frequently used to qualify occupational activities. After noting the increasing numbers of monographs being published on various occupational fields, it was proposed to look at the meaning of these terms. The following conclusions emerged from this analysis of occupational dynamics and the processes involved: the division of labour is a continuous, never-ending process, occupational specialisation includes moral aspects, the barriers between labour markets are purely relative, regulated professions interact with more fuzzy occupations, professionalisation is an ambiguous, paradoxical procedure, and professionalism involves heterogeneous, highly segmented processes.
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Didier Demazière. L’ancien, l'établi, l’émergent et le nouveau : quelle dynamique des activités professionnelles ?. Formation Emploi. Revue française de sciences sociales, La documentation française/CEREQ, 2008, pp.41 - 54. ⟨hal-01510236⟩

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