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Redistribution au sein de la famille étendue au Sénégal: Le rôle des migrants internes et internationaux

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  • Boltz-Laemmel, Marie
  • Villar, Paola

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Souvent étudiés sous l’angle des remises issues de la migration internationale, les transferts intrafamiliaux au Sénégal sont aussi à l’œuvre dans les mobilités internes. Une analyse fine de la relation entre les migrants, principaux contributeurs aux dépenses du ménage d’origine, et les destinataires de leurs transferts est cruciale pour comprendre la dynamique du partage de ressources et les normes sociales qui y sont jointes. À l’aide d’une enquête qualitative réalisée au Sénégal en décembre 2012, nous avons pu croiser les témoignages à la fois de migrants (internes ou internationaux) et de membres restés dans le ménage d’origine. Ceci nous permet de comparer les différentes trajectoires migratoires et socio-économiques d’individus ayant des conditions familiales initiales comparables ainsi que les différentes attitudes face aux normes de redistribution selon la structure du réseau de transferts et la position dans ce réseau.

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  • Boltz-Laemmel, Marie & Villar, Paola, 2014. "Redistribution au sein de la famille étendue au Sénégal: Le rôle des migrants internes et internationaux," CEPREMAP Working Papers (Docweb) 1404, CEPREMAP.
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    1. Marie Boltz & Isabelle Chort, 2015. "The Risk of Polygamy and Wives Saving Behavior," PSE Working Papers halshs-01183453, HAL.

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    transferts; mobilité géographique; ménage d’origine; normes sociales;

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