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Secrets des personnes en situation de surendettement

Secrets of over-indebted people
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Billaudeau, Valérie; Gaillard, Richard

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Abstract Today, the economic and financial crisis is brought to light and it is now clear that many people are directly impacted by this phenomenon. However, a lot of situations are obviously hidden and in particular those concerning over-indebted people. These people often find that it is difficult to express the hardship they are going through and keep silent because is more comfortable for them. The media also does not tackle this burning issue because the complexity of some situations complicates the message. Therefore, a giant gap has appeared leaving over-indebted people entrapped in their secret. Starting from this hypothesis, this article will examine the results of a research conducted on the over-indebted people (survey on written press, analysis of TV broadcasts, analysis of records related to person in debts and responses of people in debts) and the secrets that this phenomenon involves.
Keywords France; indebtedness; secrecy; psychological stress; loan; lending; statuary regulation; counseling; attitude; banking
Classification Sociology of Economics; Social Psychology
Free Keywords over-indebted; secret; silence
Document language French
Publication Year 2013
Page/Pages p. 189-200
Journal ESSACHESS - Journal for Communication Studies, 6 (2013) 2
Issue topic Secret, Publicity, and Social Sciences Research
ISSN 1775-352X
Status Published Version; peer reviewed
Licence Creative Commons - Attribution-NonCommercial