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Атлас временных вариаций природных, антропогенных и социальных процессов

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№ 495, December 2012

France and Great Britain: rising educational participation results in later births

Máire Ní Bhrolchain, Eva Beaujouan

Women everywhere are having their children at progressively older ages. In developed countries, where the first birth is already later than elsewhere, the age of first-time motherscontinues to rise. In a comparison of France and Great Britain Máire Ní Bhrolcháin and Éva Beaujouan examine the influence and role of longer participation in education.


№ 496, January 2013

Where do people meet their first sexual partner and their first life partner?

Michel Bozon, Wilfried Rault

In the rural France of former times, marriages were often between neighbours. Public dances then became the most popular meeting place, but their role declined with the rural exodus. Michel Bozon and Wilfried Rault describe the places, both new and traditional, where people meet their first life partner today. But for most, their first sexual relations are no longer with the first life partner; so where do they meet their first sexual partner?


№ 497, February 2013

Are Heterosexual Couples in Civil Partnerships Different from Married Couples?

Estelle Bailly, Wilfried Rault

Since 1999, heterosexual couples seeking civil recognition for their union have been able to choose between marriage and civil partnership, commonly referred to by the initials PACS (pacte civil de solidarité). But is there any difference between those who opt for one rather than the other? And do the pioneering couples who entered a PACS union just after it had been introduced differ from those whohave done so more recently? To find out, Estelle Bailly and Wilfried Rault analysed data from the 2011 round of the Famille et Logements (family and housing) survey, conducted jointly by INSEE and INED.


№ 498, March 2013

France 2012: stable fertility, declining infant mortality

Gilles Pison

The recent demographic situation in France has two surprising features, analysed here by Gilles Pison. First, contrary to expectations, fertility remains stable despite the economic crisis. While fertility in most industrialized countries has been adversely affected by the downturn, France seems to have escaped this tendency. Second, mortality trends among newborn infants in recent years are not easy to discern. Whatare the reasons for this?


№ 499, April 2013

Healthy life expectancy in Europe

Jean-Marie Robine, Emmanuelle Cambois

Since 2005, Eurostat has used European Statistics on Income and Living Conditions (EU-SILC) to calculate annual estimates of life expectancy without activity limitations, known as "healthy life years"for each member state of the European Union. Following the release of Eurostat's latest figures, this article presents the findings of several studies covering the period 2005-2010.


№ 500, May 2013

When fathers lose touch with their children after a separation

Arnaud Régnier-Loilier

Many fathers rarely see their children after a separation, and some lose touch altogether. How many children are concerned? Analysing data from the French version of the Generations and Gender Survey (Étude des relations familiales et intergénérationnelles, ERFI), Arnaud Régnier-Loilier studies the frequency of this loss of contact between fathers and their children, and the circumstances in which it occurs.


№ 501, June 2013

No English please! Survey on the languages used for research and teaching in France

François Héran

Does English have a rightful place in our university lecture theatres? Only for foreigners, says the law of 1994, or if the subject is of an "international nature". Yet science is international by definition, not byexception. Can the law prevent scholars and teachers from using the international languages of science, beginning with English? An INED survey puts the debate in perspective by exploring the use of languagesby discipline and by generation.


№ 502, July-August  2013

Immigrants in France: a female majority

Cris Beauchemin, Catherine Borrel, Corinne Régnard

In France today, the majority of immigrants are women. Using data from the Trajectories and Origins Survey (TeO), Cris Beauchemin, Catherine Borrel and Corinne Régnard show that, contrary to whatone might expect, family reunification is not the only explanation for this gender imbalance. Growing numbers of women migrate on their own initiative, either to find work or to pursue their education.


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