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Which sons live with their older parents in rural China? The role of migration and intergenerational exchanges

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Which sons live with their older parents in rural China? The role of migration and intergenerational exchanges

Family Science , Volume 1 (1): 63-72 – Feb 16, 2010

Which sons live with their older parents in rural China? The role of migration and intergenerational exchanges

Family Science , Volume 1 (1): 63-72 – Feb 16, 2010

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1942-4620
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10.1080/19424620903452897
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Published: Feb 16, 2010

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