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Les immigrés en France : en majorité des femmes

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  • Cris Beauchemin


  • Catherine Borrel


  • Corinne Régnard


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    La population immigrée comprend 51 % de femmes en France métropolitaine en 2008. Comme le montre l'enquête Trajectoires et Origines (TeO), la féminisation de la population immigrée ne vient pas seulement du regroupement familial. Les courants migratoires les plus féminisés sont en fait ceux dans lesquels les femmes célibataires ou pionnières (qui devancent leur conjoint en migration) sont les plus nombreuses. Rejoindre un conjoint en France n'est plus réservé aux femmes : les hommes forment après 1998 le tiers des personnes regroupées et progressent également parmi les conjoints de Français. En définitive, sans atteindre un équilibre parfait entre hommes et femmes, les comportements migratoires des deux sexes se rapprochent fortement.

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    Paper provided by Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED) in its series Population et Sociétés with number 502.

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    Date of creation: 2013
    Handle: RePEc:idg:posocf:502
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