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Ni seuls, ni en couple: Étude des relations amoureuses stables non cohabitantes

Ni seuls, ni en couple: Étude des relations amoureuses stables non cohabitantes
Ni seuls, ni en couple: Étude des relations amoureuses stables non cohabitantes
The family, the couple, the relations between generations take on multiple realities today. Are there new forms of conjugality ? What does it mean to be in a relationship without living together? What influence does religion have on marriage and births? What are the implications of a separation on the family history of children? Has the sharing of tasks within the couple changed? Have the main stages of the “passage to adulthood” changed over the past 20 years? Do you want a second child under the same conditions as the first? Have the relationships between parents and adult children changed? Who are today's grandparents?
In order to report on new demographic behavior in France, INED and INSEE questioned 10,000 people, representative of the population in 2005 (Study of family and intergenerational relations survey). Because the family never stops reinventing itself and because these developments concern what affects us the most, these testimonies, analyzed here by sociologists, demographers, economists and statisticians, make it possible to draw different "family portraits", representative in-depth changes that have affected our societies in recent decades.
Les cahiers de l'Ined
Beaujouan, Eva
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Régnier-Loilier, Arnaud
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Villeneuve-Gokalp, Catherine
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Régnier-Loilier, Arnaud
Beaujouan, Eva
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Régnier-Loilier, Arnaud
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Villeneuve-Gokalp, Catherine
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Beaujouan, Eva, Régnier-Loilier, Arnaud and Villeneuve-Gokalp, Catherine (2009) Ni seuls, ni en couple: Étude des relations amoureuses stables non cohabitantes. In, Régnier-Loilier, Arnaud (ed.) Photos de familles, l’étude des relations familiales et intergénérationnelles. Paris, France. Les cahiers de l'Ined.

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Abstract

The family, the couple, the relations between generations take on multiple realities today. Are there new forms of conjugality ? What does it mean to be in a relationship without living together? What influence does religion have on marriage and births? What are the implications of a separation on the family history of children? Has the sharing of tasks within the couple changed? Have the main stages of the “passage to adulthood” changed over the past 20 years? Do you want a second child under the same conditions as the first? Have the relationships between parents and adult children changed? Who are today's grandparents?
In order to report on new demographic behavior in France, INED and INSEE questioned 10,000 people, representative of the population in 2005 (Study of family and intergenerational relations survey). Because the family never stops reinventing itself and because these developments concern what affects us the most, these testimonies, analyzed here by sociologists, demographers, economists and statisticians, make it possible to draw different "family portraits", representative in-depth changes that have affected our societies in recent decades.

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Published date: 31 December 2009
Alternative titles: Neither single, nor in a couple: A study of living apart together in France

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Local EPrints ID: 71052
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/71052
PURE UUID: 480b4bb8-9734-4015-9702-5469a18cb6da

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Date deposited: 19 Jan 2010
Last modified: 02 Nov 2022 17:58

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Author: Eva Beaujouan
Author: Arnaud Régnier-Loilier
Author: Catherine Villeneuve-Gokalp
Editor: Arnaud Régnier-Loilier

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