L’éducation entrepreneuriale : quels imaginaires ?

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It seems that the virtues of entrepreneurial education are universally acknowledged… But what is it really like? In other words, what are the collective imaginary representations associated with entrepreneurship education (EE) in France by its various stakeholders (teachers, students, researchers, entrepreneurs, coaches, school or university managers)? Our two-phase research, one qualitative, the other quantitative, has shown that the social imaginary of EE revolves around a utopian representational core. However, this dominant core conceals three competing imaginary contents characterized by strong oppositions of values and vastly different desirabilities. Our research thus highlights the ambivalence of EE’s finalities (Why EE?) – which can be imagined either as a societal renewal factor, or as an ideological vehicle reproducing social institutions.

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