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Cohésion sociale et Variables exogènes

  • BORSENBERGER Monique
  • DICKES Paul
  • FLEURY Charles
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    Ce document de travail, explore les relations entre les variables sociodémographiques et les indicateurs composites de cohésion sociale développés dans le cadre du projet VALCOS. Nous cherchons à savoir dans quelle mesure la cohésion sociale dépend des variables sociodémographiques exogènes que sont l’âge, le genre, le fait d’avoir ou non des enfants, la composition du ménage, la nationalité, la religion, le niveau d’études, le statut socio-économique et le statut d’activité (et d’emploi). Les méthodes utilisées sont les analyses bivariées, multivariées et l’analyse des correspondances multiples. Nos résultats montrent que les différences entre les indicateurs composites de cohésion sociale de 1999 et 2008 sont minimes, dès lors qu’on les confronte à l’influence des variables exogènes. Seuls les scores relatifs à la confiance institutionnelle et aux relations sociales ont augmenté légèrement de 1999 à 2008. Les attitudes sont principalement dépendantes de l’âge, alors que les comportements sont expliqués par le statut social, mais aussi par l’âge, le genre, la nationalité et le statut professionnel.

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    Length: 56 pages
    Date of creation: Jan 2011
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    Handle: RePEc:irs:cepswp:2011-10
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