Population

Articles from Vol. 67, No. 3, July-September

Book Reviews
BOOK REVIEWSThe books listed below are reviewed in the French edition of Population 3, 2012.Assisted by Dominique Diguet,INED documentation departmentTheme in this issue coordinated by Isabelle SeguyHistorical Demography and History of Populations (2)Jacques...
Close Family Circle during Childhood and Adolescence: Between Facts and Perceptions: A Retrospective Analysis of the Life Courses of ÎLe-De-France Residents Born between 1930 and 1950
Since the 1980s, the issue of intergenerational family solidarities has aroused unprecedented interest, both for researchers and in the public policy framework. However, in the context of the ageing of western societies, attention has tended to focus...
Dispensation from Banns. A Data Source for Historical Demography and Social History
The marriage shall take place immediately, if it can; they shall have a licence; the formalities here are not very troublesome; the dean can do what he pleases; people are married before they have time to turn round. It is not as in France, where you...
From Sexual Debut to First Union. Where Do Young People in France Meet Their First Partners?
Individuals do not choose their life partners by pure chance. A first explanation for this is that people with similar social profiles are more likely to meet because they frequent the same types of places and avoid those frequented by people who are...
Measuring Appearance-Based Discrimination: An Analysis of Identity Checks in Paris
Contrôle au faciès, or "identity check on the basis of physical appearance", is a familiar yet polemical expression in France, where it refers to what is known in European legal language and the specialist literature as "racial" or "ethnic profiling"....
Measuring International Migration through Sample Surveys: Some Lessons from the Spanish Case
(ProQuest: ... denotes formulae omitted.)The substantial recent wave of immigration to Spain has put the capacity of the country's statistical sources to the test in terms of correctly capturing the intensity of this phenomenon. Previous studies(1) have...
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