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CONSENSUS, CONFLIT, CONTRAINTE : LE CAS DE LA SÉCURITÉ ROUTIÈRE

Y. Chich
Le Travail Humain
Vol. 45, No. 1, Hommage à Jean-Marie Faverge: méthodologie et étude du travail (1982), pp. 49-56
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40657352
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Abstract

Les problèmes de société générés par la technologie et la consommation de masse peuvent conduire à l'émergence et à l'expression de consensus apparents quant aux objectifs de protection et de préservation de la nature et de la société. L'analyse du cas de la sécurité routière montre que, même dans le domaine de la prévention, ce consensus ne peut masquer la réalité des conflits psychologiques, économiques et sociaux révélés par les choix indispensables à l'action; réglementation et < contrainte » apparaissent comme des moyens fondamentaux de la régulation sociale qui édifie la sécurité. The problem in society created by technology and mass consumption could lead to the appearance of a consensus of opinion as regards the aims for the protection and preservation of the nature and the society. The analysis of road safety shows that even in the field of prevention the consensus cannot hide the reality of psychological, economical and social conflicts brought up by the choice which is indispensable for action. Rules and « constraints » appear as fundamental methods for the regulation of a society which builds its security.

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