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            Robert Laffont
            EAN : 9782221240571
            Shaping : EPUB3
            DRM : Watermark (Tatouage numérique)
            Novelty
            France's Invisible Generation

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            Release date : 17/01/2019
            The first book on France’s so-called “peripheral” youth. Millions of young French citizens—almost one in three!—about whom no one speaks: those in the country, the villages, the little towns and suburbia, far from the big cities.
            No one sees them. No one talks about them. They don’t make any noise. Their isolation makes a mess of social cohesion, favors the rise of extreme values and puts the French Republic in peril. It is a youthful majority, with strong potential… yet completely forgotten.
            These millions of young French...
            No one sees them. No one talks about them. They don’t make any noise. Their isolation makes a mess of social cohesion, favors the rise of extreme values and puts the French Republic in peril. It is a youthful majority, with strong potential… yet completely forgotten.
            These millions of young French people spread all around the country share something in common: the obstacle course forced on them. Self-censure, a lack of information and mobility, economic fragility, absence of networks, a digital divide… these obstacles make up a big chain of discouragement that is undermining French society. Through dozens of interviews and data from their experience in the field, the authors describe this invisible generation for the first time, thus bringing to light the causes for the unequal opportunities that are destroying the country’s social fabric. Faced with this uncompromising assessment, they offer concrete, novel solutions to go beyond political divisions and polemic. A spotlight on the heart of what’s dividing the country.
            Over 60% of France lives in “peripheral” areas outside the country’s big cities, and this book will be invaluable to its families, but also its teachers who will recognize the difficulties they face with their students, along with thousands of mayors and elected officials across France.
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            EAN : 9782221240571
            Shaping : EPUB3
            DRM : Watermark (Tatouage numérique)
            Robert Laffont