L’inscription des formes atypiques de travail dans des espaces partagés : le cas des collectifs de pigistesClémence AUBERT-TARBY, Nicolas AUBOUIN
This study focuses on several freelance journalists’ collective in France as revealing common dynamics of atypical and rather individualized professional activities. We built a typology of entrepreneurial motivations in these coworking spaces. This model shows the internal, external, individual and collective modes of organization. More broadly, our article questions the entrepreneurial motivations to the prism of key resources (Penrose, 1959) mobilized by the freelance journalists’ communities. It highlights the challenges of building specific job communities (Chanal, 2000) and the impact of this construction on the recognition of professional dynamics.