Crise au travail et souffrance personnelle by Isabelle Méténier

By Isabelle Méténier

Pourquoi une crise professionnelle peut-elle autant nous ébranler ? Parce que le monde du travail et l. a. vie privée sont en interplay constante. Nous exprimons notre personnalité dans notre activité, et les changements qui s'y jouent se répercutent dans l'intimité.Pour Isabelle Méténier, psychosociologue, comprendre les origines de nos motivations et saisir le sens de nos actes quotidiens dans le travail nous éclaire sur nous-mêmes.

En s'appuyant sur de très nombreux cas, elle montre en quoi reconnaître les échos de notre histoire personnelle dans notre travail peut nous permettre de nous en dégager et d'évoluer différemment. motor vehicle se libérer de ses carcans intérieurs passe par un renoncement à nos loyautés inconscientes. Et il n'est jamais trop tard pour commencer une nouvelle étape de notre vie en allant dans le sens que nous désirons vraiment.

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Man himself must specialize and direct his dri��· These biological facts serve as a necessary pre­ supposition for the production of social order. In other words although no existing social order can be derived from bio� logical data, the necessity for social order as such stems from man's biological equipment. Dderstand the causes, other than those posited by the . btologt�al constants, for the emergence, maintenance and . transmission of a social order one must undertake an analysis that eventuates in a theory of institutionalization.

The linguistic designation (which, in a hunting society, we may imagine to be very precise and elaborate indeed - say, 'lone big kill, with one hand, of male rhinoceros', 'lone big kill, with two hands, of female rhinoceros', and so forth) abstracts the experience from its individual biographical occurrences. It becomes an objective possibility for everyone, or at any rate for everyone within a certain typ� (sa�, f ly initiated hunters) ; that is, it becomes anonymous m prmople even if it is still associated with the feats of specific individuals.

Are treated in reflection about them. Put differently, reflective consciousness superimposes the quality of logic on the institutional order. 30 Language provides the fundamental superimposition of logic on the objectivated social world. ons is built upon language and uses language as its principal Instrumentality. The 'logic' thus attributed to the institu­ tional order is part of the socially available stock of knowledge and taken for granted as such. Since the well-socialized individual 'knows' that his social world is a consistent whole, he will be constrained to explain both its functioning and mal­ functioning in terms of this 'knowledge'.

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