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L’action collective des adolescents : premiers pas d’entrepreneurs ?

Abstract : This article questions the impact that collective experiences of entrepreneurship such as the Youth Services Cooperative (CJS) or the Junior Associations (JA), have on adolescents. The CJS and the JA constitute learning spaces which enable the development of knowledge and self-management skills. Collective entrepreneurial learning is more vague. The study conducted in these two organisations shows that although the CJS has an educational objective, it is not particularly involved in the pursuit of collective activities between members. However, the JA observed here was able to transform itself into an association that still operates according to an entrepreneurial logic based on volunteer-work.
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Emmanuelle Maunaye, Fransez Poisson. L’action collective des adolescents : premiers pas d’entrepreneurs ?. Agora débats/jeunesses, L'Harmattan/Presses de Sciences Po, 2017, pp.89-101. ⟨10.3917/agora.075.0089⟩. ⟨hal-02593529⟩



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