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Itinéraires de formation et lignes biographiques
Revue suisse de sociologie
978-3-03777-103-7 / 0379-3664
This paper proposes an analysis of training courses and their connection to other biographical lines, by highlighting their evolution according to social origin and gender. The variable of having received a diploma does not fully explain the longitudinal characteristics of the courses: the social inequalities prove to be also inequalities from the point of view of the followed itinerary. The range of available trajectories as well as the possibility of deviating in order to fulfil a custom trajectory depends on the social characteristics. The training course is connected to other biographical lines, in particular the family and the profession.
training careers, life course, biographical events, longitudinal analysis, social inequalities
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