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Recensement de la population de 1975 : L'extension des « grandes banlieues »

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  • Marie-Claude Gérard
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    [fre] Les premiers résultats concernant la population légale de chacune des circonscriptions administratives de la France établis dans le cadre de la délimitation effectuée par l'INSEE à l'occasion du recensement de la population de 1975 montrent une croissance de la population urbaine de 10 % entre 1968 et 1975, contre 18,4% entre 1962 et 1968. Un Français sur deux vit dans une unité urbaine de 50 000 habitants ou plus, un Français sur cinq vit en province dans une unité urbaine de 200 000 habitants ou plus et un Français sur six vit dans l'agglomération de Paris. C'est l'inflexion profonde du solde migratoire qui est à l'origine de la nouvelle répartition des taux de croissance par catégorie de commune. On constate ainsi que les agglomérations urbaines les plus importantes ne se développent que par leurs « grandes banlieues », les villes centres ayant au contraire un taux de croissance négatif. Finalement ce sont les communes rurales appartenant à une zone de peuplement industriel ou urbain (notamment celles de 1 000 à 2 000 habitants) qui connaissent l'expansion la plus rapide. [eng] 1975's census : spreading of « large suburbs » - The preliminary results regarding legal population of each of France's administrative units elaborated within the framework of the delimitation carried out by INSEE on occasion of the census of population of 1975 show up a 10 % increase of urban population between 1968 and 1975 versus 18,4 % between 1962 ans 1968.4 A French out of two lives in an urban unit of 50 000 inhabitants , or more, a French out of five lives in provinces in an urban unity of 200 000 inhabitants or more, and a French out of six abides in the Paris concentration. The deep inflection of migration balance gave rise to the new distribution of rate of growth by category of commune. It is thus liable to establish that the more important urban concentrations develop only through their « large suburbs », the centre towns having, on the opposite, a negative growth rate. Finally, rural communes depending on an industrial or urban zone (namely those comprising 1 to 2 thousands inhabitants) take the lead of the fastest expansion. [spa] Censo de 1975 : extension de los « grandes suburbios » - Los resultados preliminares relativos a población legal de cada una de las circunscripciones administrativas de Francia instituidos en el marco de la delimitación fijadas por el INSEE con motivo del censo de la población de 1975 muestran un crecimiento de la población urbana de un 10% entre 1968 y 1975, contra un 18,4 % entre 1962 y 1968. De dos Franceses, uno mora en una unidad urbana de 50 000 habitantes y más; de cinco Franceses, uno reside en provincias, en una unidad urbana de 200 000 habitantes o más, y de seis Franceses, uno habita en el conglomerado parisiense. Es la importante inflexion de la balanza migratoria la que origina la nieva distribución de las tasas de crecimiento por categoría de municipio. Es factible observar que los très conglomerados de mayor importancia no se desarrollan más que por sus « grandes suburbios », las ciudades centros presentan por el contrario una tasa de crecimiento negativa. Finalmente, son los municipios rurales pertenecientes a una zona de poblamiento industrial o urbano (especialmente las zonas de 1 000 a 2 000 habitantes) los que experimentan la expansion más rápida.

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    Article provided by Programme National Persée in its journal Economie et statistique.

    Volume (Year): 80 (1976)
    Issue (Month): 1 ()
    Pages: 63-71

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    Handle: RePEc:prs:ecstat:estat_0336-1454_1976_num_80_1_2360
    Note: DOI:10.3406/estat.1976.2360
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