Dissolution d'un groupe ethnique. Origines des témoins et des conjoints des enfants des familles polonaises implantées dans le Cher 1940-1975

Abstract : Few of the children of Polish-born parents who settled in the Cher region during the first half of the twentieth century married people of Polish background. The likelihood of such a marriage depended on the date of birth, geographical location, social status and parents status of each individual. The number of marriages within the group was highest amongst the oldest children, the one who, the most clearly, belonged to the working class and lived in the places that had, prior to WWII, housed large immigrant communities. The rate of intermariage, often regarded as the ultimate criterion of assimilation, is then very strongly linked to the social and geographical conditions in which the members of this population lived, as well as to the changes that occurred in the historical context. Therefore, we can not explain the way a population assimilates solely in reference to the origin or the culture of the immigrants who gave birth to it and can question the need for the introduction of ethnic categories in the french census.
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Philippe Rygiel. Dissolution d'un groupe ethnique. Origines des témoins et des conjoints des enfants des familles polonaises implantées dans le Cher 1940-1975. Le Mouvement social, Les Editions de l'Atelier/Editions ouvrières, 2000, pp.69-89. ⟨halshs-00383357⟩

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