N°435, juin 2007
Jacques Véron. Half the world’s population is urban
A growing number of expanding megacities
Africa and Asia are less urbanized than the other continents
Does population growth drive urban expansion?
Is urbanization holding back development?
N°436, juillet-août 2007
Gilles Pison. The population of the world (2007)
The population of the world (2007)
Box : INED website : www.ined.fr
N°437, septembre 2007
Paul-André Rosental. Before abestos, silicosis. Death
from occupational disease in twentieth century France
Occupational disease:a negotiated illness.
Box 1 : Occupational cancers.
Silicosis, a magnifying mirror of occupational health problems in
Box 2: asbestos-related cancers
A system of statistical opacity.
N°438, octobre 2007
Armelle Andro, Marie Lesclingand. Female genital mutilation:
the situation in Africa and in France
Twenty-eight African countries are concerned
A practice on the decline in Africa "
FGM in France: a phenomenon linked to recent immigration
Box 1: The different types of female genital mutilation and their
health consequences for women
Box 2 : How many adult women with FGM in France?
N°439, Novembre 2007
Arnaud Régnier-Loilier, Henri Leridon, Fabrice Cahen.
Four decades of legalized contraception in France: an unfinished
After forty years of contraceptive freedom, why so many unplanned
pregnancies in France?
Eight births in ten are planned...
...but one pregnancy in three is unintended
Carefully timed births
The misfortunes of a young couple in the past
Did France lag behind?
The origins of a reform
The limit of the reform