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Famílias monoparentais em Portugal

Karin Wall and Cristina Lobo
Análise Social
Vol. 34, No. 150 (Outono de 1999), pp. 123-145
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41011357
Page Count: 23
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Abstract

São ainda mal conhecidos em Portugal os contornos da «monoparentalidade». O artigo procura contribuir para ultrapassar essa lacuna. Depois de discutir o conceito de familia monoparental, sublinha-se a emergência recente desta noção, por contraposição à antiguidade do fenómeno. Privilegiando como fonte de informação os recenseamentos da população e alguns inquéritos europeus, analisa-se a evolução das familias monoparentais, enquadrando-as no contexto da União Europeia. Les différents aspects de la «monoparentalité» sont encore mal connus au Portugal. L'article tente d'apporter une contribution afin de dépasser cette lacune. Après avoir débattu le concept de famille monoparentale, il souligne l'apparition récente de cette notion, en opposition avec l'ancienneté du phénomène. En privilégiant comme source d'information les recensements de la population et quelques enquêtes européennes, il analyse l'évolution des familles monoparentales, en les situant dans le contexte de l'Union européenne. In Portugal little is known about the contours of single-parenthood. The article seeks to fill this gap. An initial discussion of the concept of single parent families is made and emphasises the recent emergence of this idea in contrast to the oldness of the phenomenon. Information was gathered from population surveys and some European surveys. In this way the evolution of single-parent families is analysed by placing them in the context of the European Union.

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