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Reference : UMR5044-ANNLEN-001
Workplace : TOULOUSE
Date of publication : Thursday, December 06, 2018
Type of Contract : FTC Scientist
Contract Period : 24 months
Expected date of employment : 1 February 2019
Proportion of work : Full time
Remuneration : Between 2136 and 2324 euros (gross) per months
Desired level of education : 5-year university degree
Experience required : 1 to 4 years
Master certificate in sociology / antropology / political science / law / geography. Ethnographic methods. Interest in border studies, migrants' rights, social movements, socio-legal controversies.
– to organize and participate to scientific meetings
– to do fieldwork through observations and interviews at the French-Italian border and at the Basque border.
– to analyze qualitative data
– to do scientific and legal monitoring
– to update the website
– to participate to the dissemination of results.
- Ethnographic fieldwork
- Data analysis
- Organization of scientific events
Knowledge of ethnographic methods
Visual methods and web skills
Italian and Spanish appreciated
The IR will join the ANR DisPow team (ANR JCJC 2019-2021) and the Certop team based in Toulouse
Constraints and risks
Missions at the UE borders will last several days or weeks
The general objective of DisPow is to analyze these socio-legal controversies in order to understand their origin, the different conceptions of justice they symbolize, the way they are challenging contemporary EU and French migration policies, and their effects on civilsociety' actions. Inspired by the Law and Society approach1, this resolutely interdisciplinary project focuses on the contemporary forms of the discretionary power of the State and its influence on 1) the everyday interpretation of the law and the implementation of immigration policies; 2) migrants' (and in particular asylum seekers') access to fundamental rights; and 3) social movements. The aim is to analyze resistance and protest against this discretionary power of the State through the prism of socio-legal practices that are challenging the legitimacy of contemporary immigration policies in France. The study of socio-legal controversies is pertinent to understanding: 1) how the law can be mobilized as a weapon13, by whom, under what conditions, and with what results; 2) the spaces (the street, Prefecture offices, squats, etc.) where different conceptions of justice appear and conflict, and where these different conceptions converge (administrative courts, district courts, high courts, international courts, outside the court, etc.); 3) whether and how these controversies are part of broader social movements, or to what extent they contribute to the emergence of (renewed) social movements.
Through an ethnographic approach, the project studies both the implementation of immigration policies and everyday experiences of resistance to build a multi- dimensional model of the discretionary power of the State.
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