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Les maternités précoces en recul dans le monde

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En 2010, il est né 54 enfants pour 1 000 femmes ayant entre 15 et 19 ans dans le monde, soit 16 % de moins qu'en 2000. Le recul de la fécondité précoce est associé au retard du mariage ou de la vie de couple chez les femmes, lié lui-même à leur scolarisation et à l'évolution de leur statut dans la société. En France, après avoir augmenté au cours des trois premiers quarts du xxe siècle sous l'effet de la libéralisation des moeurs, la fréquence des maternités précoces a été divisée par quatre dans les années 1970 et 1980 grâce à la libéralisation de la contraception et de l'avortement.

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  • Gilles Pison, 2012. "Les maternités précoces en recul dans le monde," Population et Sociétés 490, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED).
  • Handle: RePEc:idg:posocf:490
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