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SETTON, Maria da Graça Jacintho  e  SPOSITO, Marilia Pontes. How individuals become individuals? An interview with Danilo Martuccelli. Educ. Pesqui. [online]. 2013, vol.39, n.1, pp.247-267. ISSN 1517-9702.  https://doi.org/10.1590/S1517-97022013000100016.

The aim of this interview is to offer elements for the debate about the current epistemological challenges in sociology. It represents a rare opportunity of giving voice to a researcher who, although dedicating himself to European themes and specifically to the French reality, is also involved with the reality in Latin American. The interview given by Danilo Martuccelli in October 2012 was conducted by Maria da Graça Jacintho Setton and Marilia Pontes Sposito, two professors in the sociology of education from the School of Education of Universidade de São Paulo, and relied on an informal and friendly debate carried out partly via e-mail, partly in person. Danilo Martuccelli is professor of sociology at the Faculty of Human and Social Sciences of Université Paris Descartes (Sorbonne). Here is also a member of the CERLIS research group (Centre de recherches sur les liens sociaux) of the same University. In this interview we have the exposition of a theoretical and analytical framework that reveals the integration of the micro and macro-sociological perspectives. Drawing from a solid reading of the sociology classics, and based on a group and individual approach, Danilo Martuccelli offers an inspiring description of how we can incorporate this vast theoretical tradition. Making use of these reflections, his testimony brings to light the contemporary debate within the social sciences, and also affords the expansion and historical and theoretical contextualization of the formation processes of the social.

Palavras-chave : Sociology; Social structure; Singularization; Individuation; Contemporary societal formations.

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