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Thinking and conducting the transformation of work

Penser et réaliser la transformation du travail

Pensar y concretar la transformación del trabajo

Pensar e realizar a transformação do trabalho

The contribution of the ergological approach and the works of Yves Schwartz

L’apport de la démarche ergologique et de l’œuvre d’Yves Schwartz

El aporte de la perspectiva ergológica y de la obra de Yves Shwartz

O aporte da abordagem ergológica e da obra de Yves Schwartz

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Published on Wednesday, May 24, 2017Wednesday, May 24, 2017 by Anastasia Giardinelli

Summary

The ergological approach intends to the co-production of knowledge with the aim of transforming work and more generally the social life. As stated by the scientific project of the Workshop, “the ergological approach, in its history and in its issues, is a priori a subject of interest for everyone, each exploring in its own way the intricacies of human life, but also anyone who wants to think about its own activity and that of others, to reconsider the ways of doing and taking action, of opening new perspectives in ways of working, acting and living”. Yet this approach, which is particularly needed nowadays, is insufficiently known and sometimes considered complex. This is the state of play at the origin of this international workshop for which this call for papers is published.

Announcement

Presentation

The ergological approach intends to the co-production of knowledge with the aim of transforming work and more generally the social life.

As stated by the scientific project of the Workshop,

“The ergological approach, in its history and in its issues, is a priori a subject of interest for everyone, each exploring in its own way the intricacies of human life, but also anyone who wants to think about its own activity and that of others, to reconsider the ways of doing and taking action, of opening new perspectives in ways of working, acting and living”.

Yet this approach, which is particularly needed nowadays, is insufficiently known and sometimes considered complex. This is the state of play at the origin of this international workshop for which this call for papers is published.

There is no such thing as “those who know” on the one side and “those who do” on the other. Nothing can be understood about human life (work activity, everyday life activity, research activity, art activity, intervention activity, union activity, political activity, learning activity...) without

questioning the comfortable separation between “Experience” and “Knowledge” of work and of society*. Each brings both knowledge and experience that we need to encourage the encounter.

From the moment the preparation starts, organizers wish to strongly encourage attendees to seize the opportunity to meet and discuss beyond what will be shown during the event. New forms of communication can be thought up in order to meet the challenge of broadcasting, or appropriating as well as debating about the ergological approach. We would like to see the ongoing preparation of the workshop push forward to make this intention well understood and well shared with the aim of opening our ideas up and inspiring our imagination.

Topic proposals

The subjects of the contributions could be:

  • To promote the ergological approach, its achievements, particularly in the scope of work, its original field of interest
  • To speak about its history, about its conditions of apparition, about its development
  • To mention some of the difficulties encountered, some of the encouraging progress
  • To draw comparisons between the ergological approach and other perspectives with which the discussion should consequently be developed further
  • To state some essential questions, some trajectory changes if existing, some unexpected extensions

We do welcome all of the topic areas and there is no doubt that the scope of work will be largely represented. The proposals to this call for papers will partly come from the network of those who know the ergological approach and make it work in their professional ties, according to their particular activities and their mode of appropriating those concepts and practices. In the same time, some reports and experience of other approaches having the same concerns for the coproduction of knowledge are also expected.

Submission guidelines

The selected contributions would have any of the following non-exclusive outcomes, with the agreement of the authors:

  • An oral communication during the workshop
  • A publication on the workshop blog, whether these include video and audio documents, papers or other forms of expression
  • A distribution in the form of a printed article during the workshop, separately or in a special record

The speeches delivered at the workshop should be as far as possible in a form that shows in itself an exercise of coproduction, namely:

  • An intervention in tandem (or more) involving points of view of different actors (from professional standpoint, field of interest or experience with the ergological approach, etc.)
  • A dialogical-like intervention
  • An intervention drawing up a summary of the main discussions brought during the preparation of the workshop (for example: what produces the deployment of the ergological approach within the adult training program? Which link between ergology and social philosophy?)

The oral contributions won’t exceed 20 minutes, but could be accompanied by supports completing the statement. Those supports may be released at any other moment of the workshop.
A preliminary program will be established in June based on the received proposals, mixing up topics, forms, and speakers.

Please send a short abstract giving the title, the authors name and affiliation, and presenting the subject of your talk, to one of the member of the organization committee (e-mail addresses are given hereafter).

  • Anne-Lise Ulmann : anne-lise.ulmann@lecnam.net
  • Yves Baunay : ybaunay@free.fr
  • Christine Castejon : christine.castejon@altergo.fr
  • Daisy Cunha : daisy-cunha@uol.com.br
  • Louis Durrive : louis.durrive@unistra.fr
  • Eric Hamraoui : eric.hamraoui@cnam.fr
  • Muriel Prévot-Carpentier : murielprevot@free.fr

Comité d’organisation

  • Alain Alphon-Layre, CGT
  • a.alphon-layre@cgt.fr
  • Nathalie Clar, CEPERC, Aix-Marseille Université
  • clarnathalie@gmail.com
  • Christine Eisenbeis, INRIA
  • christine.eisenbeis@inria.fr
  • Edna Goulart, Universidade Federal do Piauí, Brésil,
  • emgoulart@uol.com.br
  • Bernard Levy, Haute École en Travail Social de Sierre, Suisse
  • Bernard.Levy@hevs.ch
  • Christine Noël-Lemaître, CEPERC, Aix-Marseille Université
  • christine.noel.lemaitre@gmail.com
  • Edouard Orban, CEPERC, Aix-Marseille Université
  • ed.orban@wanadoo.fr
  • Abdessalam Taleb, Université de Tlemcen, Algérie
  • ab_taleb@hotmail.fr

Comité scientifique

  • Milton Athayde, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Brésil
    athayde.milton@gmail.com
  • Monica Bianco, Universidate Federal do Espiroto Santo, Brésil
    mofbianco@gmail.com
  • Leila Boudra, Observatoire des emplois de la famille – FEPEM Laboratoire EVS (UMR 5600)
    leila.boudra@gmail.com
  • Alvaro Casas, Membre du projet TR3S : Trabajo-Educacion- Sensibilidad , Montevideo Uruguay
    alvaro.casas.gorgal@gmail.com
  • Fabien Coutarel, ACTé, Université Clermont Auvergne
    fabien.coutarel@uca.fr
  • Marie-Hélène Dassa, Assistance Publique-Hôpitaux de Marseille
    mariehelene.dassa@free.fr
  • Fatima Doumbia, Université de Cocody, Côte d’Ivoire
    fatima.doumbia@aol.fr
  • Marcelle Duc, Certop-CNRS, Université Jean Jaurès Toulouse
    duc@univ-tlse2.fr
  • Guy Jobert, CRTD, CNAM
    guy.jobert@wanadoo.fr
  • Marianne Lacomblez, Universidade do Porto, Portugal
    lacomb@fpce.up.pt
  • Francisco Lima, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brésil
    frapalima@gmail.com
  • Samira Mahlaoui, CEREQ
    samira.mahlaoui@cereq.fr
  • Patrick Mayen, Eduter-Recherche, Agrosup Dijon
    patrick.mayen@educagri.fr
  • Hervé Moreau, Institut de recherches de la FSU
    herve.moreau@snes.edu
  • Marie-Hélène Motard, Institut de recherches de la FSU
    mh.motard@sfr.fr
  • Abdallah Nouroudine, Centre National de Documentation et de Recherche Scientifique Comores
    abdanouroudine@yahoo.fr
  • Ana Yara Paulino, Departamento Intersindical de Estatística e Estudos Socioeconômicos, Brésil
    anayara@dieese.org.br
  • Patricia Remoussenard, Cirel, Université de Lille 3
    pat.remoussenard@free.fr
  • Emmanuel Renault, Sophiapol, Université Paris-Nanterre
    emmanuel.renault@wanadoo.fr
  • Pierre Roche
    p.roche99@free.fr
  • Eloisa Santos, Centro Universitário UNA, Brésil
    eloisasantos@uaivip.com.br
  • Magda Scherer, Universidade de Brasília, Brésil
    magscherer@hotmail.com
  • Cecília Souza Silva, Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo, Brésil
    cecilinh@uol.com.br
  • Pierre Trinquet, Institut d’ergologie (AMU)
    pierretrinquet@free.fr
  • Bernard Vuillon, ORT
    bg.vuillon@orange.fr

Places

  • CNAM, rue Saint-Martin
    Paris, France (75)

Date(s)

  • Tuesday, June 06, 2017Tuesday, June 06, 2017

Keywords

  • Ergologie, travail, epistémologie, connaissance, expérience

Contact(s)

  • christine castejon
    courriel : christine [dot] castejon [at] altergo [dot] fr

Information source

  • Marco Saraceno
    courriel : marco [dot] saraceno [at] univ-reims [dot] fr

To cite this announcement

« Thinking and conducting the transformation of work », Call for papers, Calenda, Published on Wednesday, May 24, 2017Wednesday, May 24, 2017, https://calenda.org/405460

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