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How is fertility affected by separation and repartnering?

How is fertility affected by separation and repartnering?
How is fertility affected by separation and repartnering?
In France, the frequency of separation and repartnering is increasing. Do separations reduce fertility by preventing births? Or do they have the opposite effect, with second unions providing new opportunities for childbearing? To answer this question, Éva Beaujouan analyses two recent surveys by INED and INSEE: the French version of the Generation and Gender Survey (Étude des relations familiales etintergénérationnelles, Erfi) conducted in 2005, and the 1999 family history survey (Étude de l’histoire familiale, EHF).
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Beaujouan, Éva
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Beaujouan, Éva (2010) How is fertility affected by separation and repartnering? (Population and Societies, 464) Ined

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Abstract

In France, the frequency of separation and repartnering is increasing. Do separations reduce fertility by preventing births? Or do they have the opposite effect, with second unions providing new opportunities for childbearing? To answer this question, Éva Beaujouan analyses two recent surveys by INED and INSEE: the French version of the Generation and Gender Survey (Étude des relations familiales etintergénérationnelles, Erfi) conducted in 2005, and the 1999 family history survey (Étude de l’histoire familiale, EHF).

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Published date: February 2010

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Local EPrints ID: 151509
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/151509
ISSN: 0184-7783
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