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  • Book Reviews

The books listed below are reviewed in the French edition of Population 3, 2013.

Book review editor: Francisco Muñoz-Pérez

Assisted by Dominique Diguet, INED documentation department

Theme in this issue coordinated by Sandrine Juin, “Old Age and Ageing Research Group ”, INED

Ageing, Social And Family Solidarities

Yannick Marec and Daniel Réguer (eds.), De l’hospice au domicile collectif. La vieillesse et ses prises en charge de la fin du xviiie siècle à nos jours, Mont-Saint-Aignan, Presses universitaires de Rouen et du Havre, “ Histoire & Patrimoines ”, 2013, 566 p. Reviewed by Caroline Touraut
Joan Costa-Font and Christophe Courbage (eds.), Financing Long-Term Care in Europe: Institutions, Markets and Models, Chippenham and Eastbourne (GB), Palgrave MacMillan, 2012, 341 p. Reviewed by Sandrine Juin
Monique Memb rado and Alice Rouyer (eds.), Habiter et vieillir. Vers de nouvelles demeures, Toulouse, Eres, collection Pratique Champ Social, 2013, 278 p. Reviewed by Laurent Nowik
Fang Cai, John Giles, Philip O’Keefe, Dewen Wang, The Elderly and Old Age Support in Rural China: Challenges and Prospects, Washington D.C., The World Bank, 2012, XVII-148 p. Reviewed by Isabelle Attané
Marie-Jo Thiel (ed.), L’automne de la vie. Enjeux éthiques du vieillissement, Strasbourg, Presses universitaires de Strasbourg, 2012, 414 p. Reviewed by Jean-Marc Rohrbasser
Pascale Molinier, Le travail de care, Paris, La dispute, collection Le genre du monde, 2013, 228 p. Reviewed by Loïc Trabut

Other Theme

Beate Collet and Emmanuelle Santelli, Couples d’ici, parents d’ailleurs : parcours de descendants d’immigrés, Paris, Presses universitaires de France, 2012, XII-354 p. Reviewed by Mirna Safi [End Page 487]
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Additional Information

ISSN
1958-9190
Print ISSN
1634-2941
Pages
p. 487
Launched on MUSE
2014-01-22
Open Access
No
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