Phd in Political Science. Main research interests: youth policies, youth participation, territorialisation of youth, social and health policies.
Patricia Loncle is a senior lecturer at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Santé Publique (EHESP), a public establishment with a dual role of education and research into public health and social welfare. She has got a PHD in political science and an habilitation to direct thesis in sociology. Her fields of research are: youth policy, youth participation, history of youth care, local implementation and local regimes in the field of youth, social and health policies.
Loncle, P. (2009), “Youth work and policy in France” Verschelden G., Coussée F. Van de Walle T. and William H. (eds), The history of youth work in Europe and its relevance for today’s youth work policy, Strasbourg, Council of Europe publishing, p. 113-130.
Loncle, P. (2009), Why should young people participate? European experiences of youth local participation, Paris, L’Harmattan.
Loncle, P. (2008), « From social preoccupations to public health : evolution in the local care of young people », Histoire@Politique, Politique, culture, société, Revue électronique du Centre d’histoire de Sciences po, n°4, 2008, p. 1-9.