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LES DYNAMIQUES DÉMOGRAPHIQUES DE L’INDE

Abstract : [The increase in the population of India is mainly due to the natural movement, but do not omit the migration, some of which have stimulated this increase while others were able to brake. However, population growth in India is very uneven across twenty-eight states and seven territories, as evidenced by the recent intercensal results; they are changing the geography of the stand. Besides these geographical differences, significant gender inequalities we find that allow to approach the status of women in India from quantitative data.]
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Gérard-François Dumont. LES DYNAMIQUES DÉMOGRAPHIQUES DE L’INDE. Brigitte Dumortier, Philippe Cadene. Inde : une géographie, Armand Colin, pp.165-184, 2015, 978-2-200-60275-8. ⟨halshs-01217039⟩

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