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Divergent Developmental Trajectories of Children in Migrant Families in China: A Comparative Analysis by Social Origin and Gender

Divergent Developmental Trajectories of Children in Migrant Families in China: A Comparative Analysis by Social Origin and Gender

Using the 2013-2015 China Education Panel Survey, the first nationally representative survey of junior high school students in China, Dr Liu examines how the impact of parental migration and child migration on childrenâs cognitive development and school enrollment might vary by the childrenâs urban/rural origin and gender.

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 Social Sciences Faculty

 17th August, 2020

#China #Gender #HKU #SocialSciences

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