By Isabelle Méténier
Pourquoi une crise professionnelle peut-elle autant nous ébranler ? Parce que le monde du travail et l. a. vie privée sont en interplay constante. Nous exprimons notre personnalité dans notre activité, et les changements qui s'y jouent se répercutent dans l'intimité.Pour Isabelle Méténier, psychosociologue, comprendre les origines de nos motivations et saisir le sens de nos actes quotidiens dans le travail nous éclaire sur nous-mêmes.
En s'appuyant sur de très nombreux cas, elle montre en quoi reconnaître les échos de notre histoire personnelle dans notre travail peut nous permettre de nous en dégager et d'évoluer différemment. automobile se libérer de ses carcans intérieurs passe par un renoncement à nos loyautés inconscientes. Et il n'est jamais trop tard pour commencer une nouvelle étape de notre vie en allant dans le sens que nous désirons vraiment.
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The question had not even posed itself in my mind, let alone been answered. ' And this is, indeed, how I felt. How, I wondered, would the anthropologist Evans Pritchard have responded to a question about whether or not the Nuer should be ' closed down '. lt was on ly w h e n my anth ropologist col league Sharon Macdonald read an ea rlier version of this m a n u script that I lea rned that this was indeed more or less the q u estion posed to Eva n s Pritcha rd : what, the colonial a d m i n i strators wa nted to know, should be done with this turbu lent tribe?
I consider some of these below. But it is important to mention ethnomethodology which, abolishing referents, uses the term to explore the retrospective/prospective character of sensemaking (see Garfinkel 1967; Wieder 1974). And also 'reflexive sociology' which explores the grounds of its own narrative, the local methods used to develop and organize sense (Woolgar 1 988). 1 2 This pithy observation comes from Zygmunt Bauman ( 1 992: 2 1). 13 Rorty ( 1 989) explores this most attractively in his discussion of 'final vocabularies '.
On the other hand I wouldn't want to write an account that hurt the Laboratory either. ) For instance, there was a horrible moment early on in the study when I was reporting some preliminary findings to a small closed meeting of other sociologists and science-policy analysts. After I finished talking, someone in the room turned to me and said: 'I went and looked at Daresbury Laboratory in 1 979, and my recommendation was that it should be closed. What do you think now? ' I was horrified. How could I recommend (or even think about recommending) the closure of my Laboratory?