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  1. This study highlights the necessity of distinguishing the use of the formal-informal joint channel from the sole reliance on either the formal or informal job search channel. I first used interview data collec...

    Authors: Jing Shen
    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2015 2:3
  2. Based on the data of the first wave of the Chinese Family Panel Study in 2010, this paper studies the relationship of divorce risk and four variables related to children in China: premarital births and number,...

    Authors: Qi Xu, Jianning Yu and Zeqi Qiu
    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2015 2:1
  3. After the expansion of higher education admissions (hereafter ‘The Expansion’) beginning in 1999, the distribution of higher education opportunities has gradually become equalized between genders. Utilizing da...

    Authors: Zhaoshu Zhang and Qi Chen
    Citation: The Journal of Chinese Sociology 2014 1:1

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