Filial Piety and Functional Support: Understanding Intergenerational Solidarity Among Families with Migrated Children in Rural China

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2012-03

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10.1007/s12126-011-9132-1

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Luo, Baozhen, and Heying Zhan (2012). Filial Piety and Functional Support: Understanding Intergenerational Solidarity Among Families with Migrated Children in Rural China. Ageing International, 37(1). pp. 69–92. 10.1007/s12126-011-9132-1 Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/28550.

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Luo - Hermanson

Baozhen Maggie Luo - Hermanson

Professor of Global Health at Duke Kunshan University

Dr. Luo-Hermanson's current research examines population aging and long-term care experiences, practices, and policies in China. She is spearheading the NACI, which stands for the N Aging and Care Initiative within the CSCC at DKU (N representing Nest, Nameless, and Population). The vision of NACI is that: For every aging and dying individual in China, a holistic and quality care system.


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