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Laccs des femmes aux pleins pouvoirs de police est rcent Depuis une trentaine dannes, les policiers de sexe fminin suivent la mme formation, sont dots des mmes habilitations judiciaires et du mme armement que les hommes Sagit il dun changement profond dans la conception de lordre public Ont elles accs aux mmes services et aux mmes missions Comment sintgrent elles la sociabilit virile des commissariats Telles sont quelques unes des questions auxquelles Genevive Pruvost rpond dans cet ouvrage pionnier qui constitue la premire recherche franaise dampleur sur la fminisation de la police Ltude fouille qualitative et quantitative permet de suivre et de comprendre les trajectoires des femmes policiers , de la fabrique familiale de la vocation la gestion de la carrire, de la scolarit aux coulisses du mtier, du travail sur la voie publique aux arrangements avec le conjoint, de laccomplissement des tches nobles au sale boulot Elle montre comment, en adoptant les codes virils en vigueur, ces femmes tentent dchapper aux strotypes de fragilit et dindisponibilit qui leur sont encore trop souvent accols Ce livre met ainsi laccent sur les arrangements, les processus d asexuation et les possibles neutralisations dun espace fortement sexualis, tout en pointant les discriminations et les contraintes fortes qui entravent la progression des femmes dans la profession Genevive Pruvost cerne, au plus prs et avec subtilit, la diversit des interactions entre hommes et femmes dans la police nationale loriginalit dune dmarche attentive la mobilit de genre, sajoute celle dune approche comprhensive des principes fondateurs de linstitution policire.Genevive Pruvost est charge de recherche au CNRS Centre d tude sur le droit et les institutions pnales Ce livre est issu de sa thse sur L accs des femmes la violence lgale La fminisation de la police 1935 2005 , soutenue l cole des Hautes tudes en Sciences Sociales en 2005 o elle a obtenu le premier prix Profession Definition of Profession by 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