Институт демографии Национального исследовательского университета "Высшая школа экономики"

№ 895 - 896
22 марта - 4 апреля 2021

ISSN 1726-2891

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№ 582, October 2020

Living under the same roof after a separation
Wilfried Rault, Arnaud Régnier-Loilier

After a separation, both partners may continue living together. How often does this happen? How long does it last? Why does it occur? Does having children or shared assets have any impact? Analysing data from the EPIC survey, Wilfried Rault and Arnaud Régnier-Loilier shed light on ‘living together apart’, a situation that until now has been largely unexplored.


№ 583, November 2020

When French Muslims were counted in the census
Angéline Escafré-Dublet, Lionel Kesztenbaum, Patrick Simon

In its counts of the population living in France, the French administration has long differentiated inhabitants according to their place of birth and their nationality. At the end of the colonial period, even though they were French, the Algerians living in metropolitan France were labelled as ‘French Muslims of Algeria’ and enumerated separately in the census. Angéline Escafré-Dublet, Lionel Kesztenbaum, and Patrick Simon explain how the government managed to identify them in the census, while pretending not to do so.


№ 584, December 2020

Singlehood: preconceptions versus experiences
Marie Bergström, Géraldine Vivier

Intimate life consists of periods of couplehood and singlehood. We tend to think of the latter as transient and transitional, a waiting period before entering a new partnership, which is considered the norm. But what do the data say? Basing their analysis on both quantitative and qualitative material from the EPIC survey, Marie Bergström and Géraldine Vivier discuss what proportion of people are not in a couple at a given time and how these periods of singlehood are perceived.


№ 585, January 2021

Children’s experience of the first lockdown in France
X. Thierry, B. Geay, A. Pailhé, N. Berthomier, J. Camus, N. Cauchi-Duval, J-L. Lanoë, S. Octobre,
J. Pagis, L. Panico, T. Siméon, A. Solaz et l’équipe SAPRIS

During the first COVID-19 lockdown in France in the spring of 2020, schools were closed and all activities outside the home were suspended. Primary school children who found themselves confined to their homes adapted quite well to the change. They continued with their schoolwork and took advantage of their freedom to spend more time on daily activities. But for parents with low socio-economic status, the lockdown placed strain on family relationships, increased the children’s screen time, disrupted their sleep and their psychological well-being, and made schoolwork more problematic. For children and adults alike, the lockdown produced an increase in inequalities likely to worsen over the medium term.


№ 586, February 2021

More frequent separation and repartnering among people aged 50 and over
Anne Solaz

Divorces and union dissolutions have become much more frequent in the last half-century, as has repartnering. What about people aged 50 and over? Using several data sources, Anne Solaz explains that these people have also been affected by this phenomenon, and examines differences in partnership trajectories between cohorts and between men and women in France.

№ 587, March 2021

France 2020: 68,000 excess deaths attributable to COVID-19
Gilles Pison, France Meslé

The COVID-19 pandemic is having a significant impact on the demography of France. Deaths have increased substantially, and births have decreased with a lag of 9 months. Commenting on the demographic situation of 2020, Gilles Pison and France Meslé explain more specifically why the number of deaths attributed to COVID-19 in 2020 far exceeds the increase in deaths from all causes between 2019 and 2020.


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