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Sociological Theories of Intervention. Psychosociological and Microsociological Approaches

Bernardeau- Moreau

Abstract: A range of scientific works show that sociological intervention is rooted in two main theoretical branches – psychosociology and microsociology. Although the concepts and foundations of these two major scientific branches are, of course, different, their relationships with the subject mix proximity and self-analysis, resulting in an enlightening common factor. Our intention with this article is not only to identify the primary theories and concepts developed over the past two centuries, but also, and above all, to be able to look beyond their unique features to better visualize the probable points of convergence so as to provide a coherent framework that unifies the different psychosociological forms of intervention.
Keywords: scientific / psychosociological / branches / unifies / convergence / course / theoretical / mix / centuries

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