See also: Chauvel
Louis Chauvel , born the November 2nd 1967, is a sociologist French, professor of the universities to the Institut of political studies of Paris, specialized in the analysis of the social structures and the change by generation. It develops a reading compared of the shapes of social stratification and the changes of the Welfare state within the framework of its research with the French Observatoire of the economic conjunctures and with the sociological Observatory of the Change.
Former student of the National school of the statistics and the economic administration (ENSAE), holder of the Diploma of In-depth studies in Social sciences of the National university (Ulm) and of the School of the high studies in social sciences, the Doctorate of sociology of the University Lille I, and of the Accreditation to supervise research of the Institute of political studies of Paris.
Louis Chauvel published about fifty scientific articles. He is member of the Academic institute of France and the scientific advice of the Observatoire of the inequalities. He is primarily known for his work:
- on the inequalities of Generation S; it underlines in particular the risks of school and social downgrading of the generations born as from 1950-1955, which face a decline of the output of the school titles, a fall of the purchasing power, a growth of the intragénérationnelles inequalities and a decline of the political representation;
- on the social classes in France; its work concerns the evolutions of the shape of the pyramid of the incomes (strobiloïde), the recombining of the popular classes which are marked objectively since 1985 but less conscious of their specificities, and the destabilization of the middle-classes whose paid intermediate fractions of the public face increasing uncertainties.
the Destiny of the generations. Social structure and troops in France at the 20th century , university Presses of France, Paris, 2002.
- Middle-classes with the drift , 2006, Threshold, Paris
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