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Идеи М.В. Ломоносова и общественное здоровье поморья в XVIII-XXI веках

Внешние причины смертности в республике Коми в 1990-2009 гг.

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№ 477

April 2011

Residential segregation of immigrants in France: an overview

Jean-Louis Pan Ké Shon

It is well known that certain population groups – be they the most wealthy or the most disadvantaged – tend to congregate in particular neighbourhoods, often referred to as “urban ghettos”. Is this true for the populations of immigrant origin in France? Drawing upon various available data sources, notably the recent Trajectories and Origins survey (TeO), Jean-Louis Pan Ké Shon examines residential segregation in France and its evolution.


№ 478

May 2011

2011 Census of India: a population increase of 181 million in the last ten years

Jacques Véron and Aswini K. Nanda

India recently completed its latest population census. Jacques Véron and Aswini K. Nanda explain how this vast and complex operation was organized in a country totalling more than a billion inhabitants. They also examine the initial census fndings, published barely one month after feld enumeration activities were completed – a remarkable feat. With a population that may increase by a further 500 million over the next half century, India will face enormous challenges in years to come.


№ 479

June 2011

Fewer forced marriages among immigrant women and daughters of immigrants

Christelle Hamel

Are forced marriages common in France? Are their numbers falling or increasing? Who is concerned by these marriages? Until now, no recent quantitative data were available to answer these questions, but this knowledge gap has now been flled thanks to the Trajectories and Origins survey conducted by the French National Institute for Demographic Studies (INED) and the National Institute for Statistics and Economic Studies (INSEE). Christelle Hamel presents its initial fndings on forced marriage among immigrant women and the daughters of immigrants.


№ 480

July-August 2011

The population of the world (2011)

Gilles Pison

Every other year, the summer issue of Population and Societies, called The population of the world, presents a global picture of the world population. It has risen seven-fold over the last two hundred years, topping 7 billion in 2011, and is expected to reach 9 or 10 billion by the end of the twenty-frst century.


№ 481

September 2011

Does economic development explain the fertility rebound in OECD countries?

Angela Luci and Olivier Thévenon

The economic growth and improvements in living conditions enjoyed by Europe and North America over the last two centuries are now spreading across the planet, accompanied by a steady decline in average family size. Does this mean that a country’s fertility decreases as its level of development increases? Things are not so simple, as fertility is rising again in many highly developed countries. Angela Luci and Olivier Thévenon explain why.


№ 482

October 2011

World population: seven billion today, how many tomorrow?

Gilles Pison

The number of people in the world is increasing rapidly, raising concerns about overpopulation. Demographers are projecting that growth will continue for several more decades, but at a steadily slower pace.

As Gilles Pison explains here, the world population is set to rise by a further one to four billion over the next century, but should level off thereafter.


№ 483

November 2011

Elder care and dependence: no longer just a women’s concern?

Carole Bonnet, Emmanuelle Cambois, Chantal Cases, Joëlle Gaymu

Today, problems of dependence concern women more than men. First, more women than men become dependent, partly because they live to older ages. Second, it is mainly women who shoulder the burden of caring for elderly dependent parents or spouses. Based on an overview of research in this field, Carole Bonnet, Emmanuelle Cambois, Chantal Cases and Joëlle Gaymu describe likely demographic trends over coming decades and examine how men may be called upon to play a greater role in the family.


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