Analyse de discours de parents à « l’école des parents » : vous avez dit coéducation ?

Abstract : In keeping with Axel Honneth’s paradigm of recognition (2010), this article aims to revisit the layers of the notion of coeducation by analysing what some parents say, after 84 hours of training dedicated to the subject of parenting and 80 hours on the topic of citizenship, within the “École des Parents” (the Parents’ School) scheme at a secondary school on the Reunion Island. The stake is to present the results of the analysis of the speeches produced within the scope of individual interviews, carried out post-training with 14 parents. We have chosen a mixed approach, combining the statistical analysis of the textual data and the examination of the parental speech in contexts. All the data was interpreted in reference to Honneth’s theory. The results presented here, reveal a homogeneity in the statements on the axis of parenting and various views on that of citizenship and cultural openness. The data analysis highlights two factors essential to the implementation of coeducation, as an emancipatory principle: social self-esteem and inter-cultural dialogue (Alaoui, 2008). Lastly, they initiate a debate on the share of educational alliances between the multiple players of an experiment of this type as well as on the notion of empowerment.
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Liliane Pelletier. Analyse de discours de parents à « l’école des parents » : vous avez dit coéducation ? . Éducation, Santé, Sociétés, Editions des archives contemporaines, 2017, Coéducation et santé : dispositifs dans et hors milieu scolaire, 3 (1), pp.119-137. ⟨http://www.educationsantesocietes.net/index.asp?menuEx=1329&idEx=677⟩. ⟨hal-01459790⟩

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