Conf * Understanding the French Yellow Vest Movement * 29 sept 2021 * En ligne

Journée d’étude de l’ANR GiletsJaunes & LONGI sur “Understanding the French Yellow Vest Movement through the lens of mixed methods”, le mercredi 29 septembre 2021 (13h-19h15) à la FMSH de Paris.


Programme

  • 14h-14h15 : Introduction

Session 1 : 14h15-15h45 How the YVM Challenges Social Movements Studies and Assumptions about Contentious Politics – Chair : E. Reungoat, CEPEL/Univ. de Montpellier – discussant: O.Fillieule, Univ. de Lausanne/CRAPUL.

  • 14h15-14h35:“How political are Yellow Vests’ Ecologies?”

Alix Levain, CNRS/AMURE/ University of Brest, M. C. Dondeyne, University of Brest, Y. Le Lann, University of Lille, S. Persico, Inst. of Political Sciences Grenoble, M. Della Sudda CNRS/CED, E. Reungoat, Univ. Montpellier/CEPEL.

  • 14h35-14h55: “Gender, a Useful Category of Analysis for the Yellow Vests Movement”/Male Standards of Behaviour and Women’s Involvement in the Yellow Vests Movement”

Jean-Baptiste Devaux, Sciences Po Lyon, Marion Lang Univ. of Saint-Etienne, Antoine Lévêque Sciences Po Lyon, Christophe Parnet, Sciences Po Lyon), Valentin Thomas, IRISSO.

  • 14h55-15h15: “Family as a vehicle for mobilization. The Yellow Vests movement in France”,

Antoine B. De Raymond, INRAE, GRETHA & Sylvain Bordiec, University of Bordeaux.

  • 15h15-15h45 Discussion by Olivier Fillieule

Pause 10 min

Session 2:   16h-17h30 Understanding a Social Movement through various Quantitative analysis: the Case of the Yellow Vests Movement

Chair: Magali Della Sudda, CNRS/CED; Discussant: Amy G. Mazur, Johnson Professor of Political Science/ Associate Researcher, LIEPP Sciences Po, Paris/Washington State University)

  • 16h-16h20: “We are the people’. Addressing the French Yellow Vests’ populist attitudes and views on democracy through mixed methods”

Camille Bedock, CNRS/CED, Frédéric Gonthier, IEP Grenoble/PACTE; Tristan Guerra, IEP  Grenoble/PACTE Grenoble IEP; Chloé Alexandre, IEP Grenoble/PACTE, Stephanie Abrial, CNRS/PACTE.

  • 16h20-16h40: “Shedding light on the Yellow Vests movement through its spatial dimension, from the gathering places to the origins of the participants”

Pierre Blavier, CNRS/CLERSÉ & Étienne Walker, Univ. de Caen/ESO.

  • 16h40-17h: “Gathered in their diversity. Understanding the social and political dynamics of the Yellow vest’s mobilization”

Jean-Yves Dormagen, Univ. de Montpellier/CEPEL; Laura Michel, Univ. de Montpellier/CEPEL; Emmanuelle Reungoat Univ. de Montpellier/CEPEL.

  • 17h-17h30 Discussion by Amy G. Mazur.

Pause 10 min

Session 3:   17h45-19h15 Social movements as stepping stone to politicization – Chair: Amy G. Mazur, Johnson Professor of Political Science/ Associate Researcher, LIEPP Sciences Po, Paris/Washington State University

Discussant: Nina Eliasoph, Professor of Sociology, University of Southern California.

  • 17h45-18h15: “Becoming Political While Avoiding Politics: A Study of Yellow Vests First-Timers”

Emmanuelle Reungoat, University of Montpellier/CEPEL; François Buton CNRS/ENS Lyon; Cécile Jouhanneau, Univ. Paul Valéry de Montpellier/Art-Dev.

  • 18h15-18h35: “From the Roundabout to the City Council”

Magali Della Sudda, CNRS/CED.

  • 18h35-18h55: “Live-streaming as engagement in the Yellow vests movement”

Olivier Baisnée, IEP of Toulouse/ LaSSP; Alizé Cavé, IEP of Toulouse/ LaSSP, Cyriac Gousset, IEP of Toulouse/ LaSSP; Jérémie Nollet IEP of Toulouse/ LaSSP & Fanny Parent, IEP of Toulouse/ LaSSP.

  • 18h55-19h15: Discussion by Nina Eliasoph.

Organisation :

  • Emmanuelle Reungoat, Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Montpellier (France)/CEPEL* emmanuelle.reungoat@umontpellier.fr
  • Magali Della Sudda, CNRS Research Fellow in Political Science, CNRS/Centre Emile Durkheim-Bordeaux Political Science Institute & Visiting Scholar 2020-21 CASBS, Stanford.  * m.dellasudda@sciencespobordeaux.fr
  • Financements : ANR GILETSJAUNES & LONGI
  • En raison du contexte sanitaire, la salle ne peut accueillir du public.

Pour plus d’information: m.dellasudda@sciencespobordeaux.fr


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