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Analyse statistique implicative des transitions professionnelles dans la Genève du 19e siècle

Published inL'analyse statistique implicative. Méthode exploratoire et confirmatoire à la recherche de causa, Editors Gras, Régis and Régnier, Jean-Claude and Marinica, Claudia and Guillet, Fabrice, p. 455-469
PublisherToulouse, France : Cépaduès
Publication date2013
Abstract

This paper reconsiders the analysis of the socioprofessional dynamic in the first half of the 19th century Geneva that we presented at the ASI4 Conference. It complements the study with a supervised analysis of the dissimilarities between transitions. Data are two by two matches between 6 censuses. More specifically, we consider the socioprofessional group (SPG) of each considered individual and its change between two successive censuses. Our interest is in the types of transition (stable, becoming active, becoming inactive, ...) as well as in new comers (immigrants and births) and lost cases (emigrants and deaths). The statistical implicative analysis of our data gives an insightful image of the relationships between these dynamics and the concerned SPG, as well as with some demographic and cultural variables (sex, age, religion). It highlights for instance polarizations around key variables. The dissimilarity analysis permits to segment the population into homogeneous groups using demographic (age, sex, marital status) and cultural (religion) predictors. The interpretation relies on typical transitions identified for each group by means of the intensity of implication. By doing so, we get also the required elements for comparing the outcome with the results of the implicative graph.

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RITSCHARD, Gilbert, STUDER, Matthias, ORIS, Michel. Analyse statistique implicative des transitions professionnelles dans la Genève du 19e siècle. In: L’analyse statistique implicative. Méthode exploratoire et confirmatoire à la recherche de causa. Toulouse, France : Cépaduès, 2013. p. 455–469.
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