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De l'immigration permanente aux migrations circulaires : l'expérience de la (re)migration dans les trajectoires individuelles en France

Abstract : This doctoral dissertation studies the role of migration trajectories from and to metropolitan France in individuals’ trajectories. Breaking with the conventional depiction of migration as a one-way and one-time movement, this thesis aims first of all at improving our knowledge of immigrants’ remigration in France. By considering France both as a place of arrival and departure, this research more broadly seeks to renew the analytical approach of migration, by drawing systematic comparisons between several types of migrants rarely studied together: immigrants, internal migrants from overseas French departments, French nationals born abroad, second generations, and natives. I combine large datasets drawn from censuses and tax returns (the Permanent Demographic Sample, 1975-1999, 2011-2016) and the Trajectories and Origins survey (2008). Thus, this research is based on an original empirical framework that makes it possible to explore the role of migration experiences in individuals’ trajectories at various points in the migration process. The comparison between different populations reveals the diversity of migration patterns from France, and of their determinants. The combined analysis of these selection processes and of the effects of an international experience on professional careers upon return in France provides new insights into the role of migration in the (re)production of social inequalities. Finally, this thesis shows the need to consider past migration and potential future remigration of immigrants to understand the mechanisms of socioeconomic integration in the host society.
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Louise Caron. De l'immigration permanente aux migrations circulaires : l'expérience de la (re)migration dans les trajectoires individuelles en France. Sociologie. Institut d'études politiques de Paris - Sciences Po, 2019. Français. ⟨NNT : 2019IEPP0023⟩. ⟨tel-03659654⟩

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