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PhD student in sociology of health and work (M/F)

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Français - Anglais

Date Limite Candidature : lundi 4 juillet 2022

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General information

Reference : UMR7217-NADVEZ-001
Workplace : PARIS 17
Date of publication : Monday, June 13, 2022
Scientific Responsible name : Nadège Vezinat
Type of Contract : PhD Student contract / Thesis offer
Contract Period : 36 months
Start date of the thesis : 1 October 2022
Proportion of work : Full time
Remuneration : 2 135,00 € gross monthly

Description of the thesis topic

The doctoral contract supports the TRASS project (ANR project "Work, Health, Social") which studies the teams of health centers, which are composed of regulated professions, such as doctors or nurses, but also of professions whose service is not covered by the Health Insurance, such as teachers in adapted physical activity, social assistants or health mediators. The mission will mainly consist in carrying out a sociology thesis within the Social Sciences Doctoral School of the University of Paris 8 under the supervision of Nadège Vezinat.

The main activities are the following:
- Conducting in-depth fieldwork, producing first-hand materials (observations, interviews, workshops...) and correlatively a bibliographic and documentary study, then their sociological or even socio-historical analysis if access to archives is made possible;
- Contacting and investigating members of health centers, or even other groups of actors directly involved in collective practice structure projects in the selected study territories;
- Observe on site and analyze health center experiences and projects;
- Conducting ethnographic fieldwork and conducting in-depth qualitative interviews, individual and/or collective, to identify professional practices and work representations;
- To exchange with scientists involved (ANR TRASS team) in work on professionalities at work, and their coordination, in health centers.
- To support the TRASS team for the analyses and restitutions
- To write the doctoral thesis according to current social science expectations, while taking part in collective actions of valorization of the project in the form of scientific communication or more general public, and in collective publication formats (book chapter or article).

Work Context

- The research and the contract are part of the research project TRAvail, Santé, Social " TRASS " (ANR-21-CE26-0017) supported by the Agence Nationale de la Recherche (ANR).
- The selected candidate will benefit from the remuneration of a CNRS doctoral contract for 3 years and will thus be integrated into the leading institution of public research in France.
- He/she will be attached to the Social Sciences doctoral school of the University of Paris 8-Vincennes-Saint-Denis, and will benefit from the related training and support.
- He/she will be supervised by Nadège Vezinat, PR in Sociology.
- The doctoral contract will benefit from the integration within the UMR 7217 CRESPPA (Centre de recherches sociologiques et politiques de Paris) and the GTM team (Gender, Work and Mobilities).
- The job is located in Paris, with an ad hoc work space and equipment. The offices will be located, to the best of CRESPPA's capacities (CRESPPA Research Center, UMR 7217 (CNRS/University of Paris 8 Saint-Denis/University of Paris Nanterre), on its Pouchet Site, 59-61 rue Pouchet, 75017 Paris.

Constraints and risks

The position does not involve any particular risk, other than the usual constraints associated with social science research activities and business travel.

Additional Information

Scientific and disciplinary skills required:
- Training in sociology, with a validated Master's degree, specialized in health issues
- Advanced methodological skills in social sciences and particularly fieldwork: observations, interviews and their analysis. Experience with at least one first Master's research paper, based on an empirical field, is required.

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