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Nos inspirations pour l'épisode 42:

Down with meritocracy: The man who coined the word four decades ago wishes Tony Blair would stop using it
I have been sadly disappointed by my 1958 book, The Rise of the Meritocracy. I coined a word which has gone into general circulation, especially in the United States, and most recently found a prominent place in the speeches of Mr Blair

L'illusion de la méritocratie scolaire
Le système éducatif fonctionne sur l’idée que les élèves – en particulier les plus difficiles – méritent leurs échecs et leurs succès. Or, qu’est-ce que le mérite ?

The Flexible Fairness: Equality, Earned Entitlement, and Self-Interest
The current study explored whether earned entitlement modulated the perception of fairness in three experiments.

Merit and Justice: An Experimental Analysis of Attitude to Inequality
Merit and justice play a crucial role in ethical theory and political philosophy. Some theories view justice as allocation according to merit; others view justice as based on criteria of its own, and take merit and justice as two independent values. We study experimentally how these views are perceived.

The Paradox of Meritocracy in Organizations
In this article, we develop and empirically test the theoretical argument that when an organizational culture promotes meritocracy (compared with when it does not), managers in that organization may ironically show greater bias in favor of men over equally performing women in translating employee performance evaluations into rewards and other key career outcomes; we call this the “paradox of meritocracy.”

Reclaiming privacy: a feminist manifesto
So, what does privacy have to do with this? This question calls for another question: whose privacy are we fighting for when we say we defend the right to privacy

Les meilleurs articles que l'on a repéré et qui ne sont pas apparus dans l'épisode 42:

Les Français estiment qu'ils n'ont pas à se former au numérique:
Re.sources, le laboratoire de réflexion de Ranstad, a mené une étude internationale sur le besoin de formations au numérique. Les Français y révèlent leur singularité : pessimistes sur leur avenir, ils ne veulent pas se former... à moins que leur employeur ne s'en occupe.

Robots that feed people who can’t feed themselves are here
We have the technology, now it just needs more training.

Algorithms are maximising profits for online retailers by colluding to keep prices high
Have you ever searched for a product online in the morning and gone back to look at it again in the evening only to find the price has changed? In which case you may have been subject to the retailer’s pricing algorithm.

Thermostats, Locks and Lights: Digital Tools of Domestic Abuse
Their stories are part of a new pattern of behavior in domestic abuse cases tied to the rise of smart home technology. Internet-connected locks, speakers, thermostats, lights and cameras that have been marketed as the newest conveniences are now also being used as a means for harassment, monitoring, revenge and control.
Article proposé par Anne-Charlotte