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Jean-Daniel Reynaud (1926-2019) : Un itinéraire scientifique

Abstract : Jean-Daniel Reynaud, a leading figure in the development of Sociology of labour in France, sadly passed away on January 27. He was one of the four founders, in 1959, of the journal Sociologie du travail — together with Michel Crozier, Alain Touraine and Jean-René Tréanton. In wishing to pay tribute to him, the editorial board has asked Denis Segrestin to prepare the text that will be read below, in which Jean-Daniel Reynaud’s scientific itinerary is described in detail. Denis Segrestin was a teacher at the Conservatoire national des arts et métiers (CNAM) from 1971 to 1990, and was one of J.-D. Reynaud’s collaborators in the Laboratoire de sociologie du travail et des relations professionnelles which he created in 1969, and of which Denis Segrestin was Director from 1986 until 1989. In 1990, he became Professor at the Pierre Mendès France University in Grenoble, where he founded and co-directed the Centre de recherche Innovation sociotechnique et organisations industrielles (CRISTO). On his return to Paris in 2003, he was appointed Professor at Sciences Po and joined the Centre de sociologie des organisations (CSO), where he is now Professor Emeritus. Throughout his text, our readers will be able to discover the concepts of sociological research which Jean-Daniel Reynaud implemented and defended, as well as the eminent role he played in the development of this field.
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Denis Segrestin. Jean-Daniel Reynaud (1926-2019) : Un itinéraire scientifique. Sociologie du Travail, Association pour le développement de la sociologie du travail, 2019, 61 (2), pp.en ligne - en ligne. ⟨hal-02289112⟩



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