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Penser l'intersectionnalité en ergonomie, prendre en compte les rapports sociaux dans l'activité

Abstract : This paper aims to propose a reflection on the need to consider in the analysis of the activity the social relations of gender, class and race as intertwined and situated. We see in the theoretical and political framework of intersectionality (Crenshaw, 1989) an original and useful way to renew ergonomic analyses of work that start from categories or identities in a more or less compartmentalized way (sex, gender, class, race, age, abilities, etc.). Through a literature review and real case analysis, the interest is to better understand the construction of health and safety and performance at work when the activity is subject to discrimination. French ergonomics does not have an explicit position on these issues to date or on how to deal with them in the intervention. It can open up new ways for us to question social relationships in the activity and its relationship with occupational health.
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Adelaide Nascimento, Nicolas Canales Bravo, Laettitia Flamard. Penser l'intersectionnalité en ergonomie, prendre en compte les rapports sociaux dans l'activité. 54ème congrès de la SELF (Société d’Ergonomie de Langue Française), Sep 2019, Tours, France. ⟨hal-03157603⟩

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