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23 сентября - 6 октября 2019

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World Health Statistics 2019: monitoring health for the SDGs, sustainable development goals

Status report on alcohol consumption, harm and policy responses in 30 European countries 2019

Демографический ежегодник Республики Беларусь, 2019

Eurostat Regional Yearbook

Сельское здравоохранение России в 2018 году

По страницам журналов «Социальные аспекты здоровья населения» и «Социология медицины»

Содержание журнала «Population & Societes»

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№ 565, April 2019

How do immigrants name their children in France?

Baptiste Coulmont, Patrick Simon

The first names chosen by the majority population and by immigrants’ descendants in France are not converging towards typically “French” names but rather towards international names that everyone can identify with. Many children and grandchildren of immigrants from North Africa continue to receive Arab-Muslim first names while some receive new first names (Yanis, Rayane, or Lina) that the majority population perceives as North African.


№ 566, May 2019

Being together, living apart: A more frequent arrangement after a separation

Arnaud Régnier-Loilier

In France, being in a relationship without living together most often corresponds to a stage in the process of union formation rather than a distaste for shared living, especially among young people. On the other hand, for people previously in a union and who already have children, living separately from their new partner may be seen as an “alternative” to cohabitation, enabling them to enjoy a new intimate relationship while maintaining their autonomy and avoiding the constraints of shared living.


№ 567, June 2019

Population decline in the post-communist countries of the European Union

Agnieszka Fihel, Marek Okólski

The European Union includes 11 post-communist countries (Bulgaria, Croatia, Czechia, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, and Slovenia). The population of this group of countries has fallen by 7% since 1989, whereas that of the rest of the EU has risen by 13%. Before the fall of the Berlin Wall, these countries had younger populations than the rest of the EU, but they are now ageing due to low fertility and mass emigration of young people.


№° 568, July/August 2019

French fertility is the highest in Europe. Because of its immigrants?

Sabrina Volant, Gilles Pison, François Héran

Immigrant mothers account for 19% of all births in France today. The total fertility rate of immigrant women is higher than that of native-born French women (2.6 children versus 1.8 in 2017), but as only a minority of women are concerned, their births increase the French fertility rate by just 0.1 children, from 1.8 to 1.9 children per woman in 2017. With or without immigrants, fertility in France is among the highest in Europe


№ 569, September 2019

The Population of the World (2019)

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 were 7.7 billion humans on the planet in 2019. The world population has risen seven-fold over the last two hundred years and may well reach 11 billion by the end of the twenty-first century.


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