Trajectories and Origins

In 2008-2009 INED in collaboration with INSEE conducted the first “Trajectories and Origins” survey, which aimed to identify the impact of (non-metropolitan French) origins on living conditions and social trajectories while taking account of other socio- demographic characteristics; specifically, social background, neighbourhood, age, cohort, sex, and educational level. It also worked to shed light on identity-building processes. And it contributed unprecedented measurements of dual citizenship and religious membership. Since that study, the issues of integration and discrimination have remained as acute as ever in French public opinion and debate. The social context, meanwhile, has evolved, generating strong demand for this new edition of the survey, one of the main objectives of which is to update the data from the first.

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