Céline Le Bourdais

Professor Céline Le Bourdais


Department of Sociology
McGill University
Peterson Hall Building, room 314
3460 McTavish Street
Montreal, Quebec, H3A 0E6

Tel.: 514-398-6840
Fax: 514-398-1722
E-Mail: celine.lebourdais [at] mcgill.ca
Office: Peterson Hall Building, room 314

Departmental Profile

Céline Le Bourdais is Professor in the Department of Sociology, where she holds a Canada Research Chair in Social Statistics and Family Change, and Academic Director of the Quebec Interuniversity Centre for Social Statistics (QICSS) Laboratory at McGill, which provides researchers and students access to Statistics Canada’s survey and administrative data. Trained both in demography and sociology, she has conducted a series of studies that document family changes in Québec and Canada and the repercussions of these changes on the life course of different generations of men, women and children. More recently, her research analyses the differences and similarities that exist between marriage and cohabiting unions; the impact of conjugal instability on family network and support at old age; and the role of growing cultural diversity in modifying family patterns.

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