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La politisation par l'intime : Parler politique avec ses proches

Abstract : Political science and electoral studies in France have not focused much on the different ways in which political topics and electoral choices are debated at home. Who talks about politics and with whom ? Are individuals happy to say who they vote for ? What topics are most likely to cause conflict ? Exploring family ties, couple relationships and friendship, the empirical results from quantitative and specific surveys conducted in France at the Cevipof show how much individuals are related to politics also affectively. They underline the importance of what might be called “an intimate politicization”. This “intimate politicization” plays a role alongside political and social factors, explaining how people interact with politics and can be just as decisive and perhaps even more so.
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Anne Muxel. La politisation par l'intime : Parler politique avec ses proches. Revue Francaise de Science Politique, Fondation Nationale des Sciences Politiques, 2015, 65 (4), pp.541 - 562. ⟨10.3917/rfsp.654.0541⟩. ⟨hal-03459728⟩



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