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Народонаселение мира в 2013 году

International Migration Report 2013

International Migration Policies: Government Views And Priorities

Регулирование экономической миграции: действующие механизмы и практики привлечения, отбора и допуска иностранной рабочей силы и возможности координированного управления трудовой миграцией в Восточной Европе и Центральной Азии

Labour market policy – expenditure and participants. Data 2011

По страницам журналов «Миграция XXI век» и «Журнал исследований социальной политики»

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№ 503, September 2013

The population of the world (2013)

Gilles Pison

Every other year, Population and Societies publishes a special issue called The population of the world, presenting an overall picture of the situation across the globe. There are slightly more than 7 billion humans on the planet in 2013. The world population has risen seven-fold over the last two hundred years and is expected to reach 10 or 11 billion by the end of the twenty-first century.


504, October 2013

Body fatness standards: an international comparison

Delphine Robineau, Thibaut de Saint Pol

The body fatness of men and women varies considerably from one country to another. Diet and physical activity are important factors, but norms of body shape also play a role. Using data from an international social survey in 13 countries and 4 continents, Delphine Robineau and Thibaut de Saint Pol analyse differences in body shape ideals across the world.


505, November 2013

Demography and its vocabulary over the centuries: a digital exploration

François Héran

When did the vocabulary of demography first enter common usage? What are the most frequently cited indicators? How was concern about depopulation gradually replaced by fears of population explosion? How have perceptions of immigration evolved? We can now explore these questions thanks to Ngram Viewer, a tool that detects how frequently different words or phrases occur in the millions of books digitized by Google.


506, December 2013

Masculinization of births in Eastern Europe

Christophe Z. Guilmoto, Géraldine Duthé

Sex-selective abortion is not specific to Asia. Christophe Guilmoto and Géraldine Duthé explain why European countries in the Western Balkans and Southern Caucasus are affected too. Although the problem was described for the first time more than ten years ago, it is only now that the authorities in these countries and in Europe are starting to show concern.


507, January 2014

Living in two residences: mainly before and after working life

Christophe Imbert, Guilhem Deschamps, Eva Lelièvre, Catherine Bonvalet

How many people share their time between more than one residence? A precise answer cannot be provided by the census, which is based on a list of dwellings and focuses on counting each person onceonly. But an accurate response to the question can be obtained via the 2011 survey of families and dwellings (Famille et logements), which was used by Christophe Imbert, Guilhem Deschamps, Éva Lelièvre and Catherine Bonvalet to count and characterize the individuals concerned.


508, February 2014

Childlessness: a life choice that goes against the norm

Charlotte Debest, Magali Mazuy, l’équipe de l’enquête Fecond

In France, it is quite rare to be childless and to report not wanting any children. Who are the people concerned? What are the reasons for their choice? Does living with a partner make any difference? Charlotte Debest and Magali Mazuy have analysed this life choice using data from several surveys, notably 2010 the Fecond survey, and present their findings here.


509, March 2014

1914-2014 : A century of change in the French population pyramid

Gilles Pison

A population pyramid and its changes over time provide a visual account of a country's history. The French population pyramid has changed continuously since the outbreak of the First World War. Here, we will stop the clock every 20 years, and focus on the situation in 1914, 1934, 1954, 1974, 1994 and 2014.


510, April 2014

Lost generations: The demographic impact of the Great War

François Héran

The 1914-1918 war is remembered for the sheer scale of human losses: at least 18% of the soldiers enlisted in the French army - some 1.5 million men - died in uniform. Using datafrom the latest historical and demographic research on military and civilian losses, the author compares the carnage of the First World War with another great scourge, that of infantmortality, whose order of magnitude was similar.


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