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L’hétérogénéité des modes de cohabitation des 20-29 ans et des plus de 65 ans dans les régions françaises et espagnoles, à partir des données de recensement

Abstract : This study of the patterns of cohabitation of young adults aged between 20 and 29 and of people aged over 65, from census samples of the IECM database, highlights the spatial heterogeneity of patterns of cohabitation, showing not only an opposition between France and Spain, but also subnational disparities between French and Spanish regions. In terms of family co-residence of older people, we discover a continuity across the national boundary, resulting from the persistence of traditional family models in the regions of northern Spain and of southern France. Disparities in the prevalence of cohabitation among young adults are less strong, and correspond to a new phenomenon which is relatively homogeneous and detached from “traditional family models.” At the cantonal level, data obtained from the cantonal French census data of 2006 highlight important sub-regional differences in terms of family co-residence. Here we can clearly identify a particular concentration of the traditional model of “root family” in the extreme southwest of Aquitaine.
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Béatrice Valdes. L’hétérogénéité des modes de cohabitation des 20-29 ans et des plus de 65 ans dans les régions françaises et espagnoles, à partir des données de recensement. Cahiers québécois de démographie, Montréal : Association des démographes du Québec, 2012, 41 (2), pp.227-256. ⟨10.7202/1013492ar⟩. ⟨hal-02917128⟩

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