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Gaston Alamachère

30.10.2017 13:06

Bonjour, observez vous comme Emmanuel Todd que les migrants arrivant sur un territoire abandonnent leur substrat culturel pour adopter celui de la population d'accueil qui se perpétue tranquillement?


28.10.2017 20:29

Connaissez-vous Emmanuel Todd? un autre démographe de l'INED qui vient de prendre sa retraite.


30.10.2017 11:55

Nous avons à peu près le même âge et étions voisins à l'Ined.

Derniers commentaires

28.11 | 10:40

À mon avis à la Doc de l'Ined sur le campus Condorcet ou à la BNF

27.11 | 23:14

Cette période de baisse étant due à la crise de 1929 (avec des effets sur l'emploi à partir de 1932) et à la 2e guerre mondiale.

27.11 | 23:13

Selon l'INSEE, la part des immigrés et des enfants d'immigrés augmente en France depuis 1911 (2,7%) jusqu'en 2021 (10,6%).
La seule période de baisse a été de 1931 à 1946.

27.11 | 22:57


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