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Paugam Serge

Directeur d’études à l’EHESS, Directeur de recherche, Directeur du CMH depuis janvier 2019
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ENS - Campus Jourdan
Bâtiment Oïkos - bureau R4-26
48 boulevard Jourdan
75014 Paris
+33 (0)1 80 52 14 15
mail : serge.paugam@ehess.fr

PRÉSENTATION - AXES DE RECHERCHE
Sociologie des inégalités et des ruptures sociales. Les formes élémentaires de la pauvreté. Processus de disqualification sociale. Précarité professionnelle et chômage en Europe. Régulation des Etats providence dans une perspective comparative. Sociabilités et liens sociaux. Serge PAUGAM, director of Studies in the School of High Studies on Social Sciences (EHESS), director of research at the CNRS research topics : Sociology of Inequalities and Social Disruptions, Social Forms of Poverty ; Process of Social Disqualification, Employment Precarity and Unemployment in Europe, Welfare Regimes in a comparative perspective.

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  • Parizot, I., Chauvin, P., & Paugam, S. (2005). The moral career of poor patients in free clinics. Social Science & Medicine, 61(6), 1369-1380. doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2005.02.005
    Résumé : This paper explores the lived experiences and the identity processes attached to attendance at free clinics. It draws on a qualitative study of 94 patients and 37 professionals who were interviewed at four free clinics in France. Since these facilities are for the poor and for people without health coverage, attendance reflects a medical experience as well as an experience of assistance, both of which have an impact on healthcare utilisation. Nevertheless, the meaning attached to the recourse to free clinics and the patients’ lived experiences change over time and depend on interactions with clinic staff. This study proposes a typology of care recourse modes (occasional, regular and inconsistent attendance) crossed with different types of lived experiences. Occasional attendance and distant patient–professionals relationships, often due to the humiliation that some people feel when they have to ask for social assistance, characterise the first time people have recourse to care. Patients commit to regular follow-ups only when they have come to terms with their position in the medical and assistance system, doing so by rationalising and adjusting their identity. Our aim in discussing our findings is to gain greater insight into the utilisation of healthcare by different population groups and in different contexts.
    Mots-clés : Doctor–patient relationship, France, Free clinics, Healthcare utilisation, Moral career, Poverty.
  • Parizot, I., Chauvin, P., & Paugam, S. (2005). The Moral Career of Poor Patients in Free Clinics. Social Science & Medicine, 61(6), 1369-1380.
    Résumé : This paper explores the lived experiences and the identity processes attached to attendance at free clinics. It draws on a qualitative study of 94 patients and 37 professionals who were interviewed at four free clinics in France. Since these facilities are for the poor and for people without health coverage, attendance reflects a medical experience as well as an experience of assistance, both of which have an impact on healthcare utilisation. Nevertheless, the meaning attached to the recourse to free clinics and the patients’ lived experiences change over time and depend on interactions with clinic staff. This study proposes a typology of care recourse modes (occasional, regular and inconsistent attendance) crossed with different types of lived experiences. Occasional attendance and distant patient–professionals relationships, often due to the humiliation that some people feel when they have to ask for social assistance, characterise the first time people have recourse to care. Patients commit to regular follow-ups only when they have come to terms with their position in the medical and assistance system, doing so by rationalising and adjusting their identity. Our aim in discussing our findings is to gain greater insight into the utilisation of healthcare by different population groups and in different contexts. ER - End of Reference
  • Paugam, S. (2005). Précarité et rupture des liens sociaux. De fortes variations en Europe. Cahiers Français, (306), 21-27.
  • Paugam, S. (2005). Science et conscience de la pauvreté. L’Économie Politique, (26), 66-77.
  • Paugam, S. (2005). Les formes élémentaires de la pauvreté. Alternatives Économiques, (236), 70-73.
  • Paugam, S., & Selz, M. (2005). La perception de la pauvreté en Europe depuis le milieu des années 1970. Analyse des variations structurelles et conjoncturelles. Economie Et Statistique, (383-384-385), 283-305.

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