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5- Door opens. Impact of an intervention to prevent school dropout for young people and their parents.
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- Liliane Pelletier, Université de La Réunion (Icare, EA 7389), France




This article presents school drop-out program's effects for teenagers who dropped out temporarily. Research is part of interactionist microsociology’s current. For this diachronic study, 39 interviews were conducted with middle school students and their parents. All data were processed using the thematic analysis technique. The results obtained make it possible to identify program's effects on the components of identity and the quality of family and school interactions.

Keywords : Décrochage provisoire, raccrochage, image de soi, relation parent-enfant, rapport à l’école, implication parentale, temporary dropping out, returning to school, self-image, family relationship, school relationship, parent involvement .

 

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