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Male Marriage Squeeze and Inter-provincial Marriage in Central China: evidence from Anhui SSCI PubMed Scopus
期刊论文 | 2014 , 23 (86) , 351-371 | JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY CHINA | IF: 1.085
WoS CC Cited Count: 5 SCOPUS Cited Count: 5
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Since the 1990s, inter-provincial female migration for marriage has become important in central and eastern rural China. Using survey data from X County in rural Anhui Province, we explore the arrangement of inter-provincial marriages, as well as the characteristics of husbands and wives, marital satisfaction and marital stability for these marriages. We find that inter-provincial marriage is an important option for local men to respond to the marriage squeeze and the increasing expense of marriage. It helps to relieve the shortage of marriageable women in the local marriage market. Because this kind of marriage is based on economic exchange, but not affection, it is often subject to a higher risk of marriage instability, and can lead to such illegal behaviors as marriage fraud and mercenary marriage.

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GB/T 7714 Liu, Lige , Jin, Xiaoyi , Brown, Melissa J. et al. Male Marriage Squeeze and Inter-provincial Marriage in Central China: evidence from Anhui [J]. | JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY CHINA , 2014 , 23 (86) : 351-371 .
MLA Liu, Lige et al. "Male Marriage Squeeze and Inter-provincial Marriage in Central China: evidence from Anhui" . | JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY CHINA 23 . 86 (2014) : 351-371 .
APA Liu, Lige , Jin, Xiaoyi , Brown, Melissa J. , Feldman, Marcus W. . Male Marriage Squeeze and Inter-provincial Marriage in Central China: evidence from Anhui . | JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY CHINA , 2014 , 23 (86) , 351-371 .
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"Bare Branches" and the Marriage Market in Rural China Preliminary Evidence from a Village-Level Survey SSCI Scopus
期刊论文 | 2013 , 46 (1) , 83-104 | CHINESE SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW | IF: 0.462
WoS CC Cited Count: 6
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Using data from a village survey in rural China, this study explores the relationships between current prevalence of involuntary bachelorhood and its causes and social consequences at the village level. We find that bachelors, intercounty marriage, and marriage fraud exist in all regions, and are expected to become more serious with the increasing surplus of males born after 1980 entering the marriage market. The marriage squeeze and social problems related to the bachelors are more frequent in less-developed western villages, and heterogeneity within central villages is significant. Economic and sociodemographic factors are shown to be the major causes of the prevalence of bachelors at the village level in contemporary rural China. Our findings confirm the negative consequences of the marriage squeeze, and effective policies are urgently needed to respond to and prevent more negative consequences of gender imbalance in the foreseeable future.

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GB/T 7714 Jin, Xiaoyi , Liu, Lige , Li, Yan et al. "Bare Branches" and the Marriage Market in Rural China Preliminary Evidence from a Village-Level Survey [J]. | CHINESE SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW , 2013 , 46 (1) : 83-104 .
MLA Jin, Xiaoyi et al. ""Bare Branches" and the Marriage Market in Rural China Preliminary Evidence from a Village-Level Survey" . | CHINESE SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW 46 . 1 (2013) : 83-104 .
APA Jin, Xiaoyi , Liu, Lige , Li, Yan , Feldman, Marcus W. , Li, Shuzhuo . "Bare Branches" and the Marriage Market in Rural China Preliminary Evidence from a Village-Level Survey . | CHINESE SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW , 2013 , 46 (1) , 83-104 .
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The Role of Social Networks in the Integration of Chinese Rural-Urban Migrants: A Migrant-Resident Tie Perspective SSCI Scopus
期刊论文 | 2013 , 50 (9) , 1704-1723 | URBAN STUDIES | IF: 1.33
WoS CC Cited Count: 19
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Using data from a survey of rural-urban migrants in a city in China, this paper investigates the relationships between migrant-resident ties and migrant integration. Migrant integration is assessed with respect to three dimensions: acculturation, socioeconomic integration and psychological integration. Migrant networks are divided into three categories: kin resident ties, non-kin resident ties and non-resident ties. The relation between resources embedded in migrant networks and socioeconomic integration is also examined by translating position-generator data into network resource indices. The results reveal that non-resident ties still make up the majority of migrant networks and migrant-resident ties are significantly associated with migrant integration. The roles of non-kin resident ties in migrant integration are more consequential. They have positive effects on all three dimensions. Considering the different effects of migrant networks on different dimensions of integration, many migrants risk being trapped in permanent poverty and falling into the underclass in city societies.

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GB/T 7714 Yue, Zhongshan , Li, Shuzhuo , Jin, Xiaoyi et al. The Role of Social Networks in the Integration of Chinese Rural-Urban Migrants: A Migrant-Resident Tie Perspective [J]. | URBAN STUDIES , 2013 , 50 (9) : 1704-1723 .
MLA Yue, Zhongshan et al. "The Role of Social Networks in the Integration of Chinese Rural-Urban Migrants: A Migrant-Resident Tie Perspective" . | URBAN STUDIES 50 . 9 (2013) : 1704-1723 .
APA Yue, Zhongshan , Li, Shuzhuo , Jin, Xiaoyi , Feldman, Marcus W. . The Role of Social Networks in the Integration of Chinese Rural-Urban Migrants: A Migrant-Resident Tie Perspective . | URBAN STUDIES , 2013 , 50 (9) , 1704-1723 .
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