L'injonction de sécurité : Définition d'un moyen d'action hétéronome qui mobilise l'autonomie

Abstract : As several studies on rules and norms show, social sciences research and particularly in safety field generally deals with action by opposing autonomy and heteronomy; that is to say the ability to shape or not one’s life issues. However, an approach overcoming this opposition to tension those notions inside action concepts is possible and fruitful regarding safety management analysis. That is why this study aims to prove the concept of safety injunction as a binding communication that offers some autonomy margins to the addressee in order to handle action. Thus, a nuclear safety internal control socio-historical analysis will demonstrate that safety injunction intentionally provides autonomy margins related to means to reach safety goals and pursue addressee’s subjectivity to enhance its operational effectiveness.
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Sophie Agulhon. L'injonction de sécurité : Définition d'un moyen d'action hétéronome qui mobilise l'autonomie. Risques. PSL Research University, 2016. Français. ⟨NNT : 2016PSLEM008⟩. ⟨tel-01411999⟩

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