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Feinian Chen Publications

This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 49 references in this bibliography folder.

Liu, G, Dupre, M, Gu, D, Mair, C, and Chen, F (under review).
Subjective well-being of the institutionalized oldest old in China
Research on Aging.

Ye, J and Chen, F (In press).
Better a Friend Nearby Than a Brother Far Away? The Health Implications of Foreign Domestic Workers’ Family and Friendship Networks
American Behavioral Scientist.

Chen, F, Lin, Z, Bao, L, and et al (2019).
Time-use Profiles, Chronic Role Overload, and Women’s Body Weight Trajectories from Middle to Later Life in the Philippines
Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 60(1):119-136.

Hu, A and Chen, F (2019).
Allocation of Eldercare Responsibilities Between Children and the Government in China: Does the Sense of Injustice Matter?
Population Research and Policy Review:1-25.

Tong, Y, Chen, F, and Shu, B (2019).
Spousal migration and married adults’ psychological distress in rural China: The roles of intimacy, autonomy and responsibility
Social Science Research, 83.

Chen, F, Bao, L, Lin, Z, and Zimmer, Z (2018).
Double burden for women in mid- and later life: evidence from time-use profiles in Cebu, the Philippines
Ageing and Society, 38(11):2325-2355.

Hu, A and Chen, F (2018).
Which Child Is Parents’ Preferred Caregiver/Listener in China?
Research on Aging:1-25.

Lin, Z and Chen, F (2018).
Evolving Parent-Adult Child Relations: Location of Multiple Children and Psychological Well-Being of Older Adults in China
Public Health, 158:117-123.

Song, Q and Chen, F (2018).
Living Arrangements, Offspring Migration, and Health of Older Adults in Rural China: Revelation From Biomarkers and Propensity Score Analysis
Journal of Aging and Health:1-24.

Tong, Y, Chen, F, and Su, W (2018).
Living arrangements and older People's labor force participation in Hong Kong, 1986–2016
Social Science and Medicine.

Vikram, K, Chen, F, and Desai, S (2018).
Mothers’ Work Patterns and Children’s Cognitive Skills: Evidence from the India Human Development Survey
Social Science Research, 72:207-224.

Bao, L, Chen, F, and Zheng, Z (2017).
Transition in second birth intention in a low fertility context: the case of Jiangsu, China
Asian Population Studies, 13(2):198-222.

Sun, S and Chen, F (2017).
Women's employment trajectories during early adulthood in urban China: A cohort comparison
Social Science Research, 68:43-58.

Zimmer, Z, Bao, L, Mayol, N, Chen, F, and et al (2017).
Functional limitation trajectories and their determinants among women in the Philippines
Demographic Research, 36(30):863-892.

Chen, F, Bao, L, Shattuck, RM, Borja, JB, and Gultiano, S (2016).
Implications of Changes in Family Structure and Composition for the Psychological Well-Being of Filipino Women in Middle and Later Years
Research on Aging, 38:TBD - ePub ahead of print.

Christine, A, Chen, F, Liu, G, and Brauer, J (2016).
Gender Differences in Attitudes toward Old Age Support: A Study of 20 Nations
Social Forces, 95:411-438.

Mair, CA, Chen, F, Liu, G, and Brauer, JR (2016).
Who in the World Cares? Gender Gaps in Attitudes toward Support for Older Adults in 20 Nations
Social Forces, 95(1):411-438.

Sojin, Y and Chen, F (2016).
Life Satisfaction of the Cross-border Marriage Migrants in South Korea: Exploring the Social Network Effects
International Migration Review:1-38.

Chen, F, Liu, H, Vikram, K, and Guo, Y (2015).
For Better or Worse: The Health Implications of Marriage Separation Due to Migration in Rural China
Demography, 52(4):1321-1343.

Chen, F, Mair, CA, Bao, L, and Yang, YC (2015).
Race/Ethnic Differentials in the Health Consequences of Caring for Grandchildren for Grandparents
Journal of Gerontology, Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences, 70(5):793-803.

McDonald, S, Chen, F, and Mair, CA (2015).
Cross-National Patterns of Social Capital Accumulation Network Resources and Aging in China, Taiwan, and the United States
American Behavioral Scientist, 59(8):914-930.

Samanta, T, Chen, F, and Vanneman, R (2015).
Living arrangements and health of older adults in India
Journals of Gerontology, Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences, 70(6):937-947.

Sun, S and Chen, F (2015).
Reprivatized Womanhood: Changes in Mainstream Media's Framing of Urban Women's Issues in China, 1995–2012
Journal of Marriage and Family, 77(5):1091-1107.

Yingchun, J, Chen, F, Cai, Y, and Zheng, Z (2015).
Do Parents Matter? Intergenerational Ties and Fertility Preferences in a Low Fertility Context
Chinese Journal of Sociology, 1(4):485–514.

Chen, F (2014).
Patterns of Grandparents Caring for Grandchildren
In: The Family and Social Change in Chinese Societies., ed. by Dudley L. Poston, Jr. and Wen Shan Yang. Springer, New York, chap. 9, pp. 165-176.

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