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See detailAdhésion aux stéréotypes sexués à l'adolescence : impacts sur le rapport à l'école
Gavray, Claire ULg

Scientific conference (2016, November 19)

premiers résultats d'une recherche sur les stéréotypes à l'adolescence

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See detailDiscutante du panel 'cohésion sociale et participation sociale'
Gavray, Claire ULg

Conference (2016, November 17)

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See detaildiscutante de la session 'Men's wellbeing I'
Gavray, Claire ULg

Scientific conference (2016, November 09)

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See detaildiscutante de 5 présentations
Gavray, Claire ULg

Scientific conference (2016, November 07)

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See detailLes 10 ans d’Envol à l’école Saint-Pierre : La musique et le conte au centre des apprentissages et du vivre ensemble dans les classes
Gavray, Claire ULg

Conference (2016, October 27)

historique du projet, évaluation des apports et perspectives

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See detailGAVRAY Claire (2016) The evolution of boys’ and girls’ attitudes and moods at the light of their historical opportunities : the case of violence and depression -
Gavray, Claire ULg

Conference (2016, September 22)

depression mood and violent behaviour are linked as a common dynamic amongst female teenargers but not amongst male ones ( twho different paths for them). The roots of depression and violence are ... [more ▼]

depression mood and violent behaviour are linked as a common dynamic amongst female teenargers but not amongst male ones ( twho different paths for them). The roots of depression and violence are connected to gender socialisation (importance of lack of recognition and negative life events in private sphere for girls and in public sphere for boys). [less ▲]

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See detailLa santé psycho-sociale des adolescents à l’épreuve de l’immigration : le cas des jeunes d’origine marocaine et turque en Belgique.
Gavray, Claire ULg

Conference (2016, August 23)

Cette communication s’appuie sur les analyses effectuées au départ des données belges de l’enquête ‘International Study on Self-reported Delinquency’. Nous investiguons la question du mal-être ... [more ▼]

Cette communication s’appuie sur les analyses effectuées au départ des données belges de l’enquête ‘International Study on Self-reported Delinquency’. Nous investiguons la question du mal-être psychologique desadolescents autochtones et allochtones (via échelle réduite de dépression des adolescents de Moos) encomparaison et en lien avec leur contexte social, affectif et relationnel. Nous affinons l’analyse en ce qui concerne les jeunes d’origine turque et marocaine vivant en Belgique, sachant que si les deux sous-groupes nationaux partagent de nombreuses expériences dans leurs relations aux différentes sphères sociales, leur groupe d’origine se caractérise aussi par des stratégies économiques et d’insertion qui peuvent différer. Nous discutons le résultat selon lequel, malgré un contexte social et historique plus favorable, les jeunes d’origine belge manifestent une tendance dépressive plus prononcée que les autres et la conclusion selon laquelle ce n’est pas automatiquement et exactement les mêmes facteurs socio-relationnels qui expliquent le niveau de dépression dans chacun des groupes étudiés. [less ▲]

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See detailLes enjeux du binge-drinking chez les adolescents : réalités et enjeux sexués
Gavray, Claire ULg

Conference (2016, May 23)

Les loisirs des jeunes filles et garçons se rapprochent et à la fois leur consommation traduit toujours des injonctions de genre

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See detailla famille à l'épreuve des mutations contemporaines
Gavray, Claire ULg

in Garcet, Marc; Dalla Piazza, Serge (Eds.) Entre physis et nomos (2016)

ce livre fait le point sur les transformations contemporaines de la famille et détricote les fausses croyances à propos de la "famille traditionnelle".

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See detailBinge Drinking at young age
Gavray, Claire ULg

Conference (2015, September 05)

discussion théorique et méthodologique sur le concept et la mesure du binge drinking. Présentation des facteurs liés à cette pratique chez les adolescents filles et garçons. Analyse des résultats à la ... [more ▼]

discussion théorique et méthodologique sur le concept et la mesure du binge drinking. Présentation des facteurs liés à cette pratique chez les adolescents filles et garçons. Analyse des résultats à la lumière des opportunités historiques sexuées en évolution.données ISRD3-Belgique [less ▲]

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See detailperrénité et mutations des familles : approche sociologique
Gavray, Claire ULg

Conference (2015, August 26)

remise en cause des clichés concernant l'évolution de La Famille ; discussions autour des enjeux contemporains et futurs qui concernent les familles

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See detailL'école rebondit au coeur des malentendus : résultats de recherches croisées quantitatives et qualitatives
Gavray, Claire ULg

Scientific conference (2015, July 03)

Le vécu et les représentations scolaires des professeurs d'enseignement technique et professionnelle contrastent grandement avec la description qu'en font les medias. Les équipes enseignantes qui ... [more ▼]

Le vécu et les représentations scolaires des professeurs d'enseignement technique et professionnelle contrastent grandement avec la description qu'en font les medias. Les équipes enseignantes qui implémentent un projet pédagogique alternatif emploient régulièrement le terme de malentendus : comme outil à partir duquel construire -patiemment mais avec résutltt- le dialogue avec les autres acteurs de l'école ; au négatif pour décrire les évolutions 'macros' qu'ils décrient 'ce n'est pas un malentendu'.... [less ▲]

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See detailEnvironnement incertain et passage à l'acte violent à l'adolescence
Boulard, Aurore ULg; Gavray, Claire ULg

Conference (2015, June 04)

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See detailAdolescent delinquent behaviours as attempts of group social integration and well-being through social acceptance?
Born, Michel ULg; Cattelino, Elena; Gavray, Claire ULg et al

in Carneiro, Roberto; Carneiro, Maria Ana (Eds.) Youth, Offense and Well-Being . Can Science Enlighten Policy? (2015)

Large surveys in Western countries give pictures of adolescent well-being related to delinquency and group affiliation. The belonging to a particular country, city or neighbourhood with their social ... [more ▼]

Large surveys in Western countries give pictures of adolescent well-being related to delinquency and group affiliation. The belonging to a particular country, city or neighbourhood with their social structure influences the probability to have delinquent activities in group increasing or decreasing the risk of marginalisation, the sensibility to deviant values and the well-being related to peers’ acceptance. A general process would exist by which, firstly adolescents oppose themselves to the parents’ authority and seek for acceptance among their peers. This leads to a spiral when the youth tries to resolve his cognitive dissonance between the immoral acts he is invited to commit with his friends and his personal value system learned in his family, school and other institutions. In adolescence, the influence of peers can be positive or negative; it can be “protective peer-contagion” with positive response to normative talk or “deviant peer-contagion” with positive response to deviant talk or behaviour. At the micro level, well-adjusted peers are able to resist the influence of deviant peers. The participation to non-homogenous mixed groups seems to facilitate more normative talks. This leads to the hypothesis that the progressive extension to differentiated groups when adolescence is going through will strengthen their ties with conventional norms and contribute to their well-being. [less ▲]

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See detail"If it helps, i'll carry on" : Factors supporting the Participation of Native and Immigrants Youth in Belgium and Germany
Born, Michel ULg; Marzana, Daniela; Alfieri, Sara et al

in Journal of psychology: Interdisciplinary and Applied (2015), 148

This article is looking into some factors for Civic Participation and the intention to continue to participate among local (Study I) and immigrant (Study II) young people living in Belgium and Germany ... [more ▼]

This article is looking into some factors for Civic Participation and the intention to continue to participate among local (Study I) and immigrant (Study II) young people living in Belgium and Germany. The results provide the same results in the immigrant and in the native group. Once observable demographic factors are controlled, many of the differences found in other researches (immigrant youth less committed or subjected to other paths of participation) disappear. Applicative repercussions are discussed. [less ▲]

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See detailLes stéréotypes sont-ils inoffensifs ?
Gavray, Claire ULg; Casman, Marie-Thérèse ULg; Adam, Stéphane ULg et al

in Brahy, Rachel; Dumont, Elisabeth (Eds.) Dialogues sur la diversité (2015)

racines et enjeux des stéréotypes -

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See detailParticipation among Youth, Women and migrants : findings from the Wallonia-Brussels Federation of Belgium
Gavray, Claire ULg; Born, Michel ULg; Fournier, Bernard

in Barrett, Martyn; Zani, Bruna (Eds.) Politic and Civic Engagement : Multidisciplinary perspectives (2014)

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See detailHow does gender socialisation influence teenagers' behaviors ? : Contribution of ISRD-2 and ISRD-3 to this question
Gavray, Claire ULg

Conference (2014, November 21)

In both gender groups, young people entering the spiral of violence negatively often react against personal insecurity, against a hostile and little promising environment. But those environments still ... [more ▼]

In both gender groups, young people entering the spiral of violence negatively often react against personal insecurity, against a hostile and little promising environment. But those environments still differ between girls and boys according to the sphere which remains the most valorized, 'suitable' for them (public and competitive sphere for the boys, family and emotional sphere for the girls). ISRD data allow to show links between, on one side, the production of not authorized and violent behaviors and, on the other side, gendered concrete life, gendered attitudes and values. The theory of the societal vulnerability (Walgrave, Vettenburg) and the theory of recognition (Honneth) are confirmed. [less ▲]

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See detailThe temptation of violence : which effects of feelings of discrimiation and victimisation ?
Gavray, Claire ULg

Conference (2014, September 11)

A lack of personal and social recognition and negative interactions with social institutions and relations influence negatively youth's behaviours

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