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Déséquilibre de sexes et conflits : une étude du territoire yougoslave entre 1981 et 2011

Abstract : Since the year 1955 World population is predominantly male. Many factors (gender preference, sex mortality difference ...) promote sex imbalance. This work looks at the effect of conflict on the population’s distribution. The World War I is a good example. In 1926 the sex-ratio of people between twenty and fifty years of age is down, the population is predominantly female. We are curious to know if sex imbalances observed following the WWI in the case of the Yugoslavia War. This conflict is considered as the deadliest since the WWII and also « ethnic cleansing ». The conflict has touched many civil people. Mapping the sex-ratio before and after the war allow to observe the changes and to locate the sex imbalances.
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Inès Buisson. Déséquilibre de sexes et conflits : une étude du territoire yougoslave entre 1981 et 2011. Géographie. 2016. ⟨dumas-01383003⟩

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