INTEGRATION SOCIALE DES ADOLESCENTS DEFICIENTS MOTEURS SELON LE MODELE (BRONFENBRENNER, 1979)
Our research entitled the integration of adolescents with disabilities according to the ecological model of human development aims to explore the reception structures of these adolescents and their social integration. Indeed, according to the Bronfenbrenner model, the development of the human subject requires its integration into five structures, namely the ontosystem, the microsystem, the mesosystem, the exosystem and the macrosystem. We proceeded to collect data with a qualitative methodology and the tools are life stories and semi-structured interviews. We analyzed the life stories and the semi-directive interviews of thirteen students with motor disabilities and the semi-directive interviews of their educator, the semi-directive interviews of thirteen parents and the semi-directive interviews of seven privileged witnesses in the field of disability made up of two disability specialists, three teachers from the Saint Kizito school and two representatives of associations of people with disabilities. We proceeded with the thematic analysis of (Paillé & Muchielli, 2016). The results show that reception facilities for these adolescents are rare and that their integration is closely related to the degree of disability.