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Christophe CHARLE

The Political Elites and Higher Education. Historical Sociology of a Divorce and a Failure (1968-2012)

Pouvoirs n°161 - avril 2017 - La France et ses élites - p.31-50

Since 1968, despite three major laws and numerous intermediary reforms, the problems of higher education have come regularly to the fore and provoked debates, controversies and conflicts. The ruling elites convinced of the need for reforms have shown that they are relatively powerless to enforce them or that they are unable to anticipate possible evolutions. To explain this contradiction, the article analyses the mode of recruitment of the ministers in charge of higher education from 1968 to 2012, and highlights how the discrepancies between their profile and the centre of gravity of the institutions they attempt to reform are sources of tensions and misunderstandings.

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Référence électonique : Christophe CHARLE, "The Political Elites and Higher Education. Historical Sociology of a Divorce and a Failure (1968-2012)", Pouvoirs, revue française d’études constitutionnelles et politiques, n°161, 161 - La France et ses élites, p.31-50. Consulté le 2017-11-20 12:26:23 . URL : http://revue-pouvoirs.fr/The-Political-Elites-and-Higher.html

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