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Parcours heuristique dans l'aikibudo : Quand le terrain conduit à croiser deux paradigmes « concurrents »

Abstract : This paper is a reflection on the way in which the PhD work leads the apprentice sociologist to make choices, that lead to dead-ends or bifurcations. Taking the seemingly trivial case of inter-individual conflicts between martial arts masters, I will show how my work gave me the opportunity to combine two research programs often considered as competing, i.e. the cities model and dispositionalist sociology. This intellectual journey also gave me the chance to use different methodologies, both qualitative and quantitative. Such a combination was not an initial choice, but it became obvious throughout the fieldwork. Indeed, considered as a learning trajectory, the doctorate is more a heuristic journey than the implementation of a predefined research program.
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Christophe Gobbé. Parcours heuristique dans l'aikibudo : Quand le terrain conduit à croiser deux paradigmes « concurrents ». Inter Pares, Ecole doctorale EPIC, 2019, Questionner l'expérience doctorale, pp.7-16. ⟨hal-03083447⟩

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