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Comprendre le mouvement des Gilets jaunes avec des méthodes mixtes/Understanding the French Yellow Vest Movement through the lens of mixed methods”

Mercredi 29 Septembre 2021, 14h00-19h15

Cette journée était initialement organisée dans le cadre d’une mini-conférence de la conférence de l’American Political Science Association. En raison de la crise sanitaire, elle n’a pu se dérouler comme prévu. Nous avons donc choisi de présenter les communications à Paris, avec le soutien des programmes de recherche LONGI et de l’ANR GILETSJAUNES. En raison de la crise sanitaire, elle ne peut se tenir en présence du public. Mais nous trouverons des formats accessibles pour diffuser nos résultats.

This workshop was initially organised as a mini-conference of the American Political Science Association conference. Due to the COVID crisis, it could not take place as planned. We therefore chose to present the papers in Paris, with the support of the LONGI research programme and the ANR GILETSJAUNES. Due to the health crisis, our meeting cannot be held in public. But we will find accessible formats to disseminate our results.

Crédit: C. Sagat, Centre Emile Durkheim

Session 1 :   14h15-15h45 How the YVM Challenges Social Movements Studies and Assumptions about Contentious Politics

Chair : Emmanuelle Reungoat, CEPEL/Univ. de Montpellier

Discussant: Olivier Fillieule, Univ. de Lausanne/CRAPUL.

14h15-14h35:  “How political are Yellow Vests’ Ecologies?”

Alix Levain, CNRS/AMURE/ University of Brest, Christèle Dondeyne, University of Brest, Yann Le Lann, University of Lille, Simon Persico, Sciences Po Grenoble, Magali Della Sudda CNRS/CED, Emmanuelle Reungoat, Univ. Montpellier/CEPEL.

14h35-14h55: “Gender, a Useful Category of Analysis for the Yellow Vests Movement”/Male Standards of Behaviour and Women’s Involvement in the Yellow Vests Movement”

Jean-Baptiste Devaux, Sciences Po Lyon, Marion Lang Univ. of Saint-Etienne, Antoine Lévêque Sciences Po Lyon, Christophe Parnet, Sciences Po Lyon, Valentin Thomas, IRISSO.

14h55-15h15: “Family as a vehicle for mobilization. The Yellow Vests movement in France”

Antoine Bernard de Raymond, INRAE/GRETHA & Sylvain Bordiec, University of Bordeaux.

15h15-15h45 Discussion by Olivier Fillieule

Session 2:   16h-17h30 Understanding a Social Movement through various Quantitative analysis: the Case of the Yellow Vests Movement

Chair: Magali Della Sudda, CNRS/CED

Discussant: Amy G. Mazur, Johnson Professor of Political Science/ Associate Researcher, LIEPP Sciences Po, Paris/Washington State University)

16h00-16h20: “Punish or partake? The Yellow Vests’ democratic aspirations through mixed methods analysis”

Camille Bedock, CNRS/CED, Frédéric Gonthier, Sciences Po Grenoble/PACTE; Tristan Guerra, Sciences Po Grenoble/PACTE; Chloé Alexandre, Sciences Po Grenoble/PACTE, Stephanie Abrial, CNRS/PACTE.

16h20-16h40: “Shedding light on the Yellow Vests movement through its spatial dimension, from the gathering places to the origins of the participants”

P. Blavier, CNRS/CLERSÉ & É. Walker, Univ. de Caen/ESO.

16h40-17h00: “Gathered in their diversity. Understanding the social and political dynamics of the Yellow vest’s mobilization”

Jean-Yves Dormagen, Univ. Montpellier/CEPEL; Laura Michel, Univ. Montpellier/CEPEL; Emmanuelle Reungoat Univ. Montpellier/CEPEL.

17h00-17h30: Discussion by Amy G. Mazur.

Pause 10 min

Session 3:   17h45-19h15 Social movements as stepping stone to politicization

Chair: Amy G. Mazur, Johnson Professor of Political Science/ Associate Researcher, LIEPP Sciences Po Paris/Washington State University

Discussant: Nina Eliasoph, Professor of Sociology, University of Southern California.

17h45-18h15: “Becoming Political While Avoiding Politics: A Study of Yellow Vests First-Timers”

Emmanuelle Reungoat, Univ. Montpellier/CEPEL; François Buton CNRS/ENS Lyon; Cécile Jouhanneau, Univ. Paul Valéry Montpellier/Art-Dev.

18h15-18h35 “From the Yellow Vests protest to the City Council “

Magali Della Sudda, CNRS/CED.

18h35-18h55 “Live-streaming as engagement in the Yellow vests movement”

Olivier Baisnée, Sciences Po Toulouse/ LaSSP; Alizé Cavé, Sciences Po Toulouse/ LaSSP, Cyriac Gousset, Sciences Po Toulouse/ LaSSP; Jérémie Nollet, Sciences Po Toulouse/ LaSSP & Fanny Parent, Sciences Po Toulouse/ LaSSP.

18h55-19h15: Discussion by Nina Eliasoph.

Organisation :

Emmanuelle Reungoat, Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Montpellier (France)/CEPEL* emmanuelle.reungoat@umontpellier.fr

Magali Della Sudda, CNRS Research Fellow in Political Science, CNRS/Centre Emile Durkheim-Bordeaux Political Science Institute & Visiting Scholar 2020-21 CASBS, Stanford.  * m.dellasudda@sciencespobordeaux.fr

Fundings : ANR GILETSJAUNES & LONGI

“How to investigate a mobilisation in the heat of the moment : The case of a questionnaire survey among the Yellow jackets”

Collectif d’enquête sur les Gilets jaunes*, “Enquêter in situ par questionnaire sur une mobilisation en cours : une étude sur les Gilets jaunes”, Revue française de science politique, 2019, n°5, Vol. 69, pages 869 à 892.

https://doi.org/10.3917/rfsp.695.0869

This article, originally published in the Revue française de science politique, is based methodological issues raised during a collective research among the Yellow Vests. It is based on a face-to-face survey conducted in situ between November 2018 and March 2019, during the Yellow Vest movement. It focuses on three areas: the methodological challenges linked to survey research in social movements; the sociodemographic characteristics of participants and, lastly, their engagement and demands in relation to politics. The Yellow Vest movement has mobilized certain segments of lower- and middle-income groups. As a social movement, it also brings together people with very different levels of prior experience in political activism. We also show the existence of different social and political profiles according to the place and time at which interviewees were involved in the movement.

Authors : Collectif d’enquête sur les Gilets jaunes : Alfieri Valeria, PhD student, Political science, université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne ; Arsinée André, volonteer civil service; Camille Bedock, researcher, Political science, CNRS, Centre Émile Durkheim & Political science institute Bordeaux; Zakaria Bendali, PhD student, Sociology, CRAPUL ; Antoine Bernard de Raymond, Researcher, Sociology, INRA, Irisso, université Paris-Dauphine ; Anne-Gaëlle Beurier,  master student,  Political science, Sciences Po Saint-Germain-en-Laye ; Pierre Blavier, researcher, sociology, CNRS, Clersé ; Loïc Bonin, master student, ENS ; Amaïa  Courty, PhD student, Political science, Centre Émile Durkheim ; Magali  Della Sudda, researcher, Political science, CNRS, Centre Émile Durkheim & Political science institute Bordeaux; Gauthier Delozière, graduate student, Sciences Po Paris ; Christèle Dondeyne, lecturer, LABERS & université de Bretagne occidentale ; Charif Elalaoui, PhD student, sociology, CERReV & université de Caen Normandie ; Fabrice Flipo, Professor, Philosophy, Institut Mines-Télécom BS/LCSP & université de Paris ; Camille Frémont, PhD Sociology, CERReV & université de Caen Normandie ; Maxime  Gaborit, PhD student, Sociology, université Saint-Louis, Bruxelles ; Antonin Girardin, PhD student geography, ESO & université de Caen ; Theo Grémion, master student Sociology, EHESS ; Pierre Guillemin, PhD student,  ESO & université  de  Caen  Normandie ;  Métilde Havard, PhD student geography, ESO-Caen ; Mila Ivanovic, PhD Political science, ; Damien Larrouqué, post-doc INAP, universidad de Chile ; Alix Levain, researcher, CNRS, AMURE ; Pauline Liochon, master student IOES, université Paris-Dauphine, EHESS, MINES ParisTech ; Frédéric Neyrat, professor, Sociology, DySoLab & université de Rouen ; Lucas Ormiere-Noblet, PhD student, Centre Émile Durkheim & Sciences Po Bordeaux, Universidad Autónoma, Madrid ; Laura Pauchard, research engineer, ESO & université  de  Caen  Normandie; François Pigot, master student, Political science institute Bordeaux ; Emmanuelle Reungoat, lecturer, CEPEL, université de Montpellier ; Tinette Schnatterer, researcher, Political science, CNRS, Centre Émile Durkheim & Political science institute Bordeaux ; Ludwig Spéter Lejeune, master student, université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne ; Floriane Soulié, PhD student, Political science, université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne ; Étienne Walker, lecturer, geography, ESO & université de Caen Normandie.