Des carrières militantes animalistes abolitionnistes. L'engagement dans le groupe lyonnais de l'association L214 Éthique & Animaux

Abstract : Since the early 1990s, the antispeciesist movement has developed in France. In 2003, a first campaign against foie gras designed by antispeciesists was launched, and became the L214 association in 2008. Ten years later, it receives more than 3 million euros in donations and organizes many street actions each week thanks to its network of volunteers. This master’s dissertation studies the reasons for the activists' involvement. The effects of the recruitment work carried out by the association as well as the factors of individual commitment are analysed on the basis of participating observations and interviews conducted with people who wanted to get involved but did not complete the process and with volunteers who were more or less involved. The dissertation shows the relevance of a dual approach to commitment, understood both as the result of the association's work and of the active efforts of aspiring volunteers, conditioned by their socialization.
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Mata’i Souchon. Des carrières militantes animalistes abolitionnistes. L'engagement dans le groupe lyonnais de l'association L214 Éthique & Animaux. Sciences de l'Homme et Société. 2018. ⟨dumas-01950282⟩

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