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  • Migration of working force in urban Kerala
  • Géographie de l'Asie ; Inde ; Kerala ; Migration de travail ; Migration intérieure ; Migration urbaine ; Population urbaine
  • Turkish workers in Europe 1960-1975. A socio-economic reappraisal
  • 1960-1975 ; Emploi ; Europe ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Main-d'oeuvre ; Population active ; Travailleur étranger ; Turc
  • The status of foreign workers in the Ruhr
  • Allemagne de l'Ouest ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Intégration sociale ; Nordrhein-Westfalen ; Population active ; Ruhr, rég. ; Travailleur étranger
  • Is regular work at fixed places fading away ? The development of ICT-based and travel-based modes of work in Sweden
  • Communication ; Diffusion ; Information ; Labour ; Sweden ; Teleworking ; Work organization
  • With the aid of data from national surveys on the use of ICT by the Swedish population, the AA. investigate the overall spread of ICT-based modes of work such as telework, mobile work, and teleconferences in an emerging informational society
  • Residential locations of working women in the Tokyo metropolitan area : a case study of office workers in the central business district
  • Residential choices and housing problems of working women in Tokyo
  • Business district ; Honshu ; Japan ; Location ; Metropolitan area ; Offices ; Residential location ; Tokyo ; Woman ; Working population
  • Aire métropolitaine ; Bureaux ; Centre des affaires ; Femme ; Honshū ; Japon ; Localisation ; Localisation résidentielle ; Population active ; Tôkyô
  • Demographic change ; Libya ; Population ; Population census ; Population density ; Population distribution ; Working population
  • Densité de population ; Evolution démographique ; Libye ; Population ; Population active ; Recensement de la population ; Répartition de la population
  • Un accroissement qui se ralentit. Une littoralisation de la population toujours forte. Une population active peu nombreuse. L'habitat et l'agriculture.
  • Disparités régionales ; Géographie de l'Asie ; Inde ; Population active ; Population urbaine ; Structure de l'emploi ; Uttar Pradesh
  • Occupational structure and regional variations in the urban centres of Eastern Uttar Pradesh. Spatial distribution of working and non-working population, based on 1981 Census data. Functional classification of occupation. - (PLK)
  • The Work done by rural women in Malawi
  • Femme ; Géographie de l'Afrique ; Malawi ; Population active ; Population active agricole ; Population rurale ; Travail agricole
  • Counterurbanization ; Japan ; Urban growth ; Urban system ; Urbanization ; Working population
  • Contre-urbanisation ; Croissance urbaine ; Japon ; Population active ; Système urbain ; Urbanisation
  • The purpose of this paper is to clarify the present aspect and recent structural change of Japanese urban systems. To analyse this point, the A. used the sales and service workers of 1985. He classified municipalities with more than 3,000
  • of these workers into four types and extracted 356 daily city regions by the analysis of commuting areas. He indicated 5 conclusions.―(KA)
  • Geography and math : a technique for finding population centers
  • Graphics ; Mathematics ; Population ; Practical work ; Teaching of geography
  • Enseignement de la géographie ; Mathématique ; Population ; Représentation graphique ; Travaux pratiques
  • An exercise that explains how to calculate the mean point of a population.―(DWG)
  • Population ; Portugal ; Socio-professional status ; Working population
  • Catégorie socio-professionnelle ; Population ; Population active ; Portugal
  • Problèmes de définition de la composition socio-professionnelle de la population portugaise. - (CAM)
  • Belgium ; Employment ; Housing ; Thematic mapping ; Working population
  • Belgique ; Cartographie thématique ; Emploi ; Logement ; Population active
  • Population active dans l'agriculture (carte 63), population active dans l'agro-alimentaire et la filière bois (carte 64), population active dans la restauration et l'hôtellerie (carte 65), logements occupés par le propriétaire (carte 66). - (RS)
  • A propos de la population active
  • Economic situation ; Europe ; Human capital ; Population distribution ; Spatial distribution ; Working population ; World
  • Distribution spatiale ; Europe ; Monde ; Population active ; Ressource humaine ; Répartition de la population ; Situation économique
  • Africa ; Demographic change ; Demography ; Emigration ; Employment ; Fertility ; Maghreb ; Migration ; Population ; Population growth ; Working population
  • Afrique ; Croissance démographique ; Démographie ; Emigration ; Emploi ; Evolution démographique ; Fécondité ; Maghreb ; Migration ; Population ; Population active
  • Accident du travail ; Catégorie socio-professionnelle ; Conditions de travail ; France ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Ile-de-France ; Nationalité ; Population active ; Population étrangère ; Recensement, 1975 ; Sécurité ; Travail ; Travailleur étranger
  • of these workers, their geographical distribution and of the various types of handicap to which they are subject. These characteristics, when compared with those of the working population of Paris as a whole, suggest that there exists a difference in socio-economic
  • conditions between the handicapped workers and the general population, which may partly account for their circumstances.
  • An examination of 4.000 files relating to handicapped workers in the Paris Region shows that industrial injuries ought to be given very special attention, as their prevention is often possible. These workers (one-third of whom are foreigners from
  • (1968-1975) ; Agriculteur ; Célibat ; Exode masculin ; Exode rural ; France ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Population active ; Population rurale ; Recensement ; Région ; Salarié agricole ; Société rurale
  • of the population censuses of 1968 and 1975, both for France as a whole and for individual regions. In the working population aged 40 and over, the number of never-married persons increased again, though only slightly, among the agricultural population. The reverse
  • is true of the population aged under 40. This does not necessarily mean that the economic position of the younger generations in the agricultural population has changed, since the chances of marriage are still lower than those among industrial workers
  • Since the 1950s, both agricultural workers and farmers appear to have experienced considerable difficulty in finding wives. Has this situation changed recently? This is the question considered in this paper, which compares the results
  • . Moreover the imbalance between the sexes in the agricultural population was reduced mainly by an increase in the migration of men out of agriculture, rather than by a reduction in the out-migration of women, in spite of attempts to persuade the population
  • Built up area ; Distance travelled ; Educational level ; Gender ; Household ; Housing ; Journey to work ; Labour market ; Residential neighbourhood ; Sweden ; Transport
  • This article uses multilevel models based on official register data covering the total Swedish working population to explore how home–work distance varied among workers and across residential areas between 1990 and 2010. The results indicate growing
  • variation in home–work distance for workers living in the same residential neighborhoods and that the significance of residential location for the home–work distance decreased throughout the studied period. The results may suggest that there is less scope
  • Why womem migrate: agricultural workers in Africa
  • Cameroun ; Dinzagué ; Femme ; Géographie de l'Afrique ; Migration ; Population active agricole ; Population rurale
  • Il semble que les différences entre hommes et femmes en ce qui concerne les migrations soient suffisantes pour en faire deux populations séparées. Cette étude à été faite par l'A. à Dinzagué, Cameroun.
  • Evolution de la structure de la population active polonaise du Nord-Pas-de-Calais. Etude par zone d'emploi
  • Demographic structure ; France ; Nord-Pas-de-Calais ; Working population
  • France ; Nord-Pas-de-Calais ; Polonais ; Population active ; Structure démographique
  • Church, state and the shelter of White working-class women in Johannesburg prior to World War Two
  • Afrique du Sud ; Aide humanitaire ; Années 1919-1939 ; Classe ouvrière ; Classe sociale ; Géographie de l'Afrique ; Johannesburg ; Logement ; Marginalité ; Pauvreté ; Politique du logement ; Population blanche ; Ségrégation ; Transvaal
  • Provision of single accommodation for poor working class white women in Johannesburg was undertaken by the church and other organisations between 1919 and 1939. Such provision was racially segregated. - (AJC)