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Multidimensional Pathways to Healthy Aging among Filipino Women
Feinian Chen is working with the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, on an interdisciplinary study for the National Institute on Aging on health and functional outcomes in women's "transitional years" of middle and later adulthood
Located in Research / Selected Research
Muna Adem, Department of Sociology UMD
Generational Dissonance or Cultural Persistence? European Immigration and the Intergenerational Transmission of Gender Beliefs
Located in Coming Up
New Developments at the Consortium on Race, Gender, and Ethnicity
New appointments, past and upcoming programs
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New York Times Article quotes Kearney in discussion of child care and opening the economy
Child care key to economy re-opening
Located in News
Nolan Pope, UMD (Economics)
Divorce, Family Arrangement, and Children's Outcomes
Located in Coming Up
Nurturing Dads: Social Initiatives for Contemporary Fatherhood
Faculty Associate Kevin Roy co-authors book on public policy impacts on fatherhood
Located in Research / Selected Research
Pablo Gracia, Trinity College
Children's and Adolescents' Daily Activities in Spain: Do Parental Work Schedules Matter?
Located in Coming Up
Panel Discussion: "China's One Child Policy: Success or Failure? Are we asking the right question?"
MPRC Special Symposium
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Panel Discussion: The Rise of Divorce in East Asia
Organized by Seung-kyung Kim, Director, Center for East Asian Studies, University of Maryland
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Panel Session : Comparative Perspectives on Family Complexity
Sangeetha Madhavan, Assistant Professor, Department of African American Studies; Natasha Cabrera, Associate Professor, Department of Human Development; Kevin M. Roy, Associate Professor, Department of Family Science
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