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Migration de la population et structure des ménages au Mexique : L’influence de la migration sur le calendrier d’entrée en union

Abstract : This research proposes to study the explanatory mechanisms of nuptiality in Mexico. In the context of demographic transition, urbanisation and intense migratory dynamics, nuptiality has remained early and universal, but the study of the time of entry into union suggests a diversity of union entry behaviours. Using a demographic approach to biographies and data from the 'National Demographic Retrospective Survey' (EDER-1998) and the regional rural survey 'Mobility and Social Reproduction in Sotavento' (MORESO-99), our work highlights the factors that explain first union. The results show the diversity of the mechanisms of influence of migration on nuptiality behaviour and the role of migration in the delay of entry into union.
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Pascal Sebille. Migration de la population et structure des ménages au Mexique : L’influence de la migration sur le calendrier d’entrée en union. Démographie. Université Paris 10 Nanterre, 2004. Français. ⟨tel-03355125⟩

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