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Discrimination and Quality of Life Among Marriage-Squeezed Men in Rural China: Unexpected Functions of Structural and Functional Social Support SSCI
期刊论文 | 2021 | SOCIAL INDICATORS RESEARCH
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In rural China, marriage-squeezed men are more likely to experience discrimination than other males. Using data collected from Anhui Province in China on marriage-squeezed men's quality of life, this study examines the influence of discrimination on the quality of life and the buffering effect of social support among this cohort. The results show that discrimination is a strong stressor, and its negative consequences on marriage-squeezed men's quality of life are difficult to eliminate, with social support having a limited buffering effect. Meanwhile, structural support and functional support had different functions on quality of life of marriage-squeezed men experiencing discrimination. Whereas structural support had no significant main effect on quality of life, interaction with relatives and neighbors had a buffering effect on the relationship between discrimination and quality of life. In contrast, functional support, particularly from family members, relatives, and neighbors, had positive main effects on quality of life; however, no buffering effect was observed. The findings affirm that discrimination must be addressed as an independent and important factor. Promoting marriage-squeezed men's social ties outside the family can reduce the damaging effect of discrimination, while future research needs to seek other protective resources to maintain the men's quality of life.

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Social support Quality of life China Marriage-squeezed men Wellbeing Discrimination

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GB/T 7714 Wang, Sasa , Yang, Xueyan , Eklund, Lisa . Discrimination and Quality of Life Among Marriage-Squeezed Men in Rural China: Unexpected Functions of Structural and Functional Social Support [J]. | SOCIAL INDICATORS RESEARCH , 2021 .
MLA Wang, Sasa 等. "Discrimination and Quality of Life Among Marriage-Squeezed Men in Rural China: Unexpected Functions of Structural and Functional Social Support" . | SOCIAL INDICATORS RESEARCH (2021) .
APA Wang, Sasa , Yang, Xueyan , Eklund, Lisa . Discrimination and Quality of Life Among Marriage-Squeezed Men in Rural China: Unexpected Functions of Structural and Functional Social Support . | SOCIAL INDICATORS RESEARCH , 2021 .
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"三孩政策"启动,性别平等先行 CSSCI
期刊论文 | 2021 , 34 (5) , 116-118 | 西安财经大学学报
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一、"三孩政策"启动背景 2021年5月31日,中共中央政治局以会议决定形式,正式宣布中国将实施"一对夫妻可以生育三个子女"的生育政策,并指出将优化生育政策、实施配套支持措施,旨在稳定生育水平、改善人口结构,为经济社会发展提供充足的人力资源储备①.

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GB/T 7714 杨雪燕 . "三孩政策"启动,性别平等先行 [J]. | 西安财经大学学报 , 2021 , 34 (5) : 116-118 .
MLA 杨雪燕 . ""三孩政策"启动,性别平等先行" . | 西安财经大学学报 34 . 5 (2021) : 116-118 .
APA 杨雪燕 . "三孩政策"启动,性别平等先行 . | 西安财经大学学报 , 2021 , 34 (5) , 116-118 .
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Impact of Violent Experiences and Social Support on R-NSSI Behavior among Middle School Students in China SCIE SSCI PubMed
期刊论文 | 2021 , 18 (7) | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH AND PUBLIC HEALTH
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Repetitive nonsuicidal self-injury (R-NSSI) is an extreme manifestation of nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI) behavior that causes bodily harm and emotional and personality disorders. It is a growing concern, especially among adolescents; therefore, this study aims to provide empirical support for effective interventions on R-NSSI behavior among adolescents in China. We used data of about 1180 students from a survey conducted in seven middle schools in Xi'an, China, and applied multiple logistic regression to analyze NSSI and R-NSSI among male and female students, including their influencing factors. We found no significant difference between male and female students' R-NSSI; however, regarding influencing factors, male students had more violent experiences and less social support than female students. Parental and familial factors played the most prominent role in social support. Social support was found to be a main-effect mechanism in the effect of violent experiences on R-NSSI among male students, whereas the mechanism had both a main effect and a certain buffer effect among female students. R-NSSI was found to be more prevalent among younger children, children with siblings, and those with romantic relationship experiences. We also found that healthy adolescent development involves the participation of families and schools. Health education should be conducted according to the students' sex and characteristics.

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middle school students China sex differences violent experiences R-NSSI social support

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GB/T 7714 Liu, Kun , Yang, Xueyan , Xin, Moye . Impact of Violent Experiences and Social Support on R-NSSI Behavior among Middle School Students in China [J]. | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH AND PUBLIC HEALTH , 2021 , 18 (7) .
MLA Liu, Kun 等. "Impact of Violent Experiences and Social Support on R-NSSI Behavior among Middle School Students in China" . | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH AND PUBLIC HEALTH 18 . 7 (2021) .
APA Liu, Kun , Yang, Xueyan , Xin, Moye . Impact of Violent Experiences and Social Support on R-NSSI Behavior among Middle School Students in China . | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH AND PUBLIC HEALTH , 2021 , 18 (7) .
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Reacting to social discrimination? Men's individual and social risk behaviors in the context of a male marriage squeeze in rural China SCIE SSCI PubMed
期刊论文 | 2020 , 246 | SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE | IF: 4.634
WoS CC Cited Count: 2
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Rationale: In China, a large number of men are being squeezed out of the marriage market due to a shortage of marriageable women. Previous research has largely discussed the consequences of gender imbalances and focused on the behavior of marriage-squeezed men that threatens public safety. No empirical studies explored the impact of the social environment on risky behaviors of marriage-squeezed men. Objective: The main objective of this paper is to examine whether social discrimination is associated with marriage-squeezed men's engagement in the behaviors that threaten their own wellbeing and community safety. Method: Using individual-level data collected in Chaohu City, Anhui, this study employed binary logistic regression and linear regression to examine the impacts of discrimination on alcohol use disorder and suicidal ideation, respectively. Ordinary least squares regression was performed to predict the effects of discrimination on gambling and verbal conflict based on village-level data collected in 380 villages across 18 provinces in China. Results: The results showed that self-reported discrimination was positively associated with incidence of alcohol use disorder and suicidal ideation among marriage-squeezed men; villagers' discrimination was also positively associated with the number of marriage-squeezed men in the village who often gambled or were in conflict with others. Conclusions: Evidence suggests that social discrimination is one important mechanism that triggers marriage-squeezed men to engage in risky behaviors that threaten self- and community safety. Commonly held stereotypes about rural bachelors is one of the reasons that causes marriage-squeezed men to pose a threat to public safety. It is necessary to develop and implement policies aimed at creating a friendly and tolerant social environment for marriage-squeezed men.

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Risk China Social discrimination Marriage squeeze Gender imbalance Safety Behavior

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GB/T 7714 Yang, Xueyan , Wang, Sasa , Eklund, Lisa . Reacting to social discrimination? Men's individual and social risk behaviors in the context of a male marriage squeeze in rural China [J]. | SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE , 2020 , 246 .
MLA Yang, Xueyan 等. "Reacting to social discrimination? Men's individual and social risk behaviors in the context of a male marriage squeeze in rural China" . | SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE 246 (2020) .
APA Yang, Xueyan , Wang, Sasa , Eklund, Lisa . Reacting to social discrimination? Men's individual and social risk behaviors in the context of a male marriage squeeze in rural China . | SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE , 2020 , 246 .
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Impact of Negative Life Events and Social Support on Nonsuicidal Self-Injury Among Chinese Middle School Students SSCI PubMed
期刊论文 | 2020 , 14 (4) | AMERICAN JOURNAL OF MENS HEALTH | IF: 2.804
WoS CC Cited Count: 2
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The field of nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI) is dominated by research conducted with Caucasian majority samples in Western countries such as North America and Europe. Far less NSSI-related research is conducted in non-Western cultures, even though NSSI behavior is a growing issue in China where studies have found that NSSI among youth occurs at a higher prevalence and has an earlier onset as compared to Western studies. Based on the data collected from middle school students in Xi'an, China, this article tries to figure out the predictive factors that are related to adolescents' NSSI using gender analysis, specially negative life events and social support, and the following conclusions are drawn: (a) There is no significant gender difference in the prevalence of NSSI of middle school students. (b) Negative life events are the risk factors of middle school students' NSSI engagement. Individuals with higher scores of negative life events are more likely to have NSSI. (c) Social support is a protective factor of middle school students' NSSI, which has main effect and also as a moderator to NSSI, individuals received more social support are less likely to engage in NSSI.

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negative life events NSSI gender difference middle school students social support

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GB/T 7714 Xin, Moye , Yang, Xueyan , Liu, Kun et al. Impact of Negative Life Events and Social Support on Nonsuicidal Self-Injury Among Chinese Middle School Students [J]. | AMERICAN JOURNAL OF MENS HEALTH , 2020 , 14 (4) .
MLA Xin, Moye et al. "Impact of Negative Life Events and Social Support on Nonsuicidal Self-Injury Among Chinese Middle School Students" . | AMERICAN JOURNAL OF MENS HEALTH 14 . 4 (2020) .
APA Xin, Moye , Yang, Xueyan , Liu, Kun , Naz Boke, Bilun , Bastien, Laurianne . Impact of Negative Life Events and Social Support on Nonsuicidal Self-Injury Among Chinese Middle School Students . | AMERICAN JOURNAL OF MENS HEALTH , 2020 , 14 (4) .
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The impact of internet use frequency on non-suicidal self injurious behavior and suicidal ideation among Chinese adolescents: an empirical study based on gender perspective. PubMed SCIE SSCI
期刊论文 | 2020 , 20 (1) , 1727 | BMC public health | IF: 3.295
WoS CC Cited Count: 1
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We attempted to find if there were gender differences in Non-suicidal self injurious (NSSI) behaviors and Suicidal ideation among Chinese adolescents, then analyze the impact of Internet use frequency on these variables among adolescents of different genders.Based on the data from 6 high-schools and 4 universities in 4 cities in China, the gender difference in NSSI behaviors and Suicidal ideation and their related factors were analyzed in the study.Gender differences were found during different purposes of Internet use; There was no significant gender difference in NSSI behaviors among Chinese adolescents, yet females reported significantly higher intensity of suicidal ideation compared to males; Internet use frequency could explain the prevalence of NSSI behaviors and Suicidal ideation by gender, to some categories.There were gender differences in Internet use frequency among adolescents; Gender difference of NSSI engagement among Chinese adolescents was not statistically significant; Females had higher suicidal ideation than males; the overuse of social softwares was found to be a risk factor to both NSSI engagements and suicidal ideations for both genders; males would engage less NSSI behaviors when they spent more time on knowledge sharing softwares while might have more suicidal ideation when they spent too much time on gaming.

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Internet use frequency NSSI Adolescents Gender difference Suicidal ideation

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GB/T 7714 Yang Xueyan , Xin Moye , Liu Kun et al. The impact of internet use frequency on non-suicidal self injurious behavior and suicidal ideation among Chinese adolescents: an empirical study based on gender perspective. [J]. | BMC public health , 2020 , 20 (1) : 1727 .
MLA Yang Xueyan et al. "The impact of internet use frequency on non-suicidal self injurious behavior and suicidal ideation among Chinese adolescents: an empirical study based on gender perspective." . | BMC public health 20 . 1 (2020) : 1727 .
APA Yang Xueyan , Xin Moye , Liu Kun , Böke Bilun Naz . The impact of internet use frequency on non-suicidal self injurious behavior and suicidal ideation among Chinese adolescents: an empirical study based on gender perspective. . | BMC public health , 2020 , 20 (1) , 1727 .
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Smoking behavior of "marriage squeezed" men and its impact on their quality of life: A survey study in China SSCI PubMed
期刊论文 | 2019 , 13 (3) | AMERICAN JOURNAL OF MENS HEALTH
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From the 1980s, along with the wide application of the "one-child policy" and new technologies for prenatal sex determination, China's population has experienced a growing male population. China will thus face an increasingly serious male "marriage squeeze," possibly resulting in decreased psychological and sexual well-being of involuntary bachelors, which, in turn, may result in decreased quality of life (QoL). This study used data from the Social Survey on Gender Role and Family Life, which was conducted from August 2014 to January 2015 in Shaanxi Province (N = 1,144; 516 never-married and 628 married rural men). Descriptive analyses, crosstab analyses, and independent sample t-tests were used to compare the scores of three dimensions of QoL (physical and psychological health, and social relationships) and the overall QoL of rural men. Using the linear regression analysis method, this study analyzed involuntary bachelors' smoking behavior and its impact on their QoL. Results indicate that smoking not only fails to alleviate the psychological or sexual problems of involuntary bachelors, it has an independent and negative impact on the physical and psychological health of married and never-married men, which negatively affects their overall QoL. Subjective and objective exposure to marriage squeeze negatively impacts three dimensions of QoL and overall QoL of married and never-married men; however, this influence was moderated by sexual satisfaction. In addition, sexual satisfaction positively affected the three dimensions of QoL and overall QoL of married and never-married men. Since involuntary bachelors may be a high-risk group, further research is warranted.

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smoking behavior involuntary bachelors quality of life

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GB/T 7714 Yang, Xueyan , Jing, Wen , Gao, Chenzhuo et al. Smoking behavior of "marriage squeezed" men and its impact on their quality of life: A survey study in China [J]. | AMERICAN JOURNAL OF MENS HEALTH , 2019 , 13 (3) .
MLA Yang, Xueyan et al. "Smoking behavior of "marriage squeezed" men and its impact on their quality of life: A survey study in China" . | AMERICAN JOURNAL OF MENS HEALTH 13 . 3 (2019) .
APA Yang, Xueyan , Jing, Wen , Gao, Chenzhuo , Attane, Isabelle . Smoking behavior of "marriage squeezed" men and its impact on their quality of life: A survey study in China . | AMERICAN JOURNAL OF MENS HEALTH , 2019 , 13 (3) .
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Understanding Bachelorhood in Poverty-stricken and High Sex Ratio Settings: An Exploratory Study in Rural Shaanxi, China SSCI Scopus PubMed
期刊论文 | 2019 , 240 , 990-1017 | CHINA QUARTERLY | IF: 2.228
WoS CC Cited Count: 2 SCOPUS Cited Count: 2
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Coupled with the social practice of female hypergamy, the male surplus within the never-married population means that today's Chinese marriage market is extremely tight in particular for men from a rural background and the least privileged socio-economic categories. Drawing on quantitative data from a survey conducted in 2014-2015, this article sheds light on the situation of single men who are past prime marriage age in three rural districts of Shaanxi particularly affected by this phenomenon. It compares single men's characteristics to those of their married counterparts and offers insights into the heterogeneity of single men with the aim of challenging some commonly accepted assumptions about bachelorhood in rural China. Results suggest a strong internalization of the various characteristics, centred on being able to offer social mobility to a potential wife, that a man is expected to have to be attractive to women in a context where women have more choice in mate selection. We conclude that mate selection is highly marked by class, social norms, social interactions, health, generation and age, and requires the mobilization of certain amounts of individual, social and economic resources. Unwanted bachelorhood would thus be better understood using an intersectional approach rather than mainly in numeric terms.

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mate selection sexual behaviour living conditions normative pressure rural China sex ratio social relations bachelorhood

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GB/T 7714 Attane, Isabelle , Eklund, Lisa , Merli, M. Giovanna et al. Understanding Bachelorhood in Poverty-stricken and High Sex Ratio Settings: An Exploratory Study in Rural Shaanxi, China [J]. | CHINA QUARTERLY , 2019 , 240 : 990-1017 .
MLA Attane, Isabelle et al. "Understanding Bachelorhood in Poverty-stricken and High Sex Ratio Settings: An Exploratory Study in Rural Shaanxi, China" . | CHINA QUARTERLY 240 (2019) : 990-1017 .
APA Attane, Isabelle , Eklund, Lisa , Merli, M. Giovanna , Bozon, Michel , Angeloff, Tania , Yang, Bo et al. Understanding Bachelorhood in Poverty-stricken and High Sex Ratio Settings: An Exploratory Study in Rural Shaanxi, China . | CHINA QUARTERLY , 2019 , 240 , 990-1017 .
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Between Poverty and Normative Pressure The Quality of Life of Never Married Men in Rural Shaanxi SSCI
期刊论文 | 2018 , (1-2) , 55-64 | CHINA PERSPECTIVES
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This article is based on data from a study undertaken in 2014-2015 in rural southern Shaanxi to analyse the relationship between bachelors who have not chosen to be single and their satisfaction with life. Its aims are twofold: firstly, to explain the differences in the quality of life between married and single men by means of conventional variables (socio-economic profile, state of health, intensity of social relations); secondly, to explore quality of life factors associated with relations these men have with women and which, to our knowledge, have never hitherto been taken into account in analyses of inequalities in life satisfaction in China. In particular, we attempt to see the extent to which inability to contract a marriage is likely to affect quality of life, especially through the social injunction to marry and the social stigmatisation attached to bachelorhood, while at the same time exploring how quality of life varies in relation to the frequency of intimate relations with partners in a context where sex remains socially associated with marriage. In this way, we bring to light individual and contextual features that can be considered to contribute to the growth of inequality in life satisfaction resulting from socio-economic circumstances.

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Sexuality Bachelors Gender Imbalance Marriage Rural China Quality of Life

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GB/T 7714 Attane, Isabelle , Yang, Xueyan . Between Poverty and Normative Pressure The Quality of Life of Never Married Men in Rural Shaanxi [J]. | CHINA PERSPECTIVES , 2018 , (1-2) : 55-64 .
MLA Attane, Isabelle et al. "Between Poverty and Normative Pressure The Quality of Life of Never Married Men in Rural Shaanxi" . | CHINA PERSPECTIVES 1-2 (2018) : 55-64 .
APA Attane, Isabelle , Yang, Xueyan . Between Poverty and Normative Pressure The Quality of Life of Never Married Men in Rural Shaanxi . | CHINA PERSPECTIVES , 2018 , (1-2) , 55-64 .
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"Boy Crisis" or "Girl Risk"? The Gender Difference in Nonsuicidal Self-Injurious Behavior Among Middle-School Students in China and its Relationship to Gender Role Conflict and Violent Experiences SSCI PubMed Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 12 (5) , 1275-1285 | AMERICAN JOURNAL OF MENS HEALTH | IF: 1.409
WoS CC Cited Count: 8 SCOPUS Cited Count: 7
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Purpose: We attempted to test if there were gender differences in nonsuicidal self-injurious (NSSI) behaviors among Chinese middle-school students, and analyze the impact of gender role conflict and violent experiences on these behaviors among middle-school students of different genders. Method: Based on the survey data from seven middle schools in Xi'an region of China, the gender difference in NSSI behaviors and its associated factors were analyzed in this study. Results: There was no significant gender difference in NSSI behaviors among middle-school students; however, female middle-school students were more likely to experience gender role conflicts while male students were more likely to experience all kinds of violence earlier. Gender role conflicts and violent experiences can explain the prevalence of NSSI behaviors by gender, to some extent. Conclusions: The hypothesis on gender patterns of boy crisis or girl risk on NSSI prevalence was not verified; however, a girl risk for gender role conflicts and a boy crisis in violent experiences were found. The gender role conflicts were significantly associated with NSSI prevalence among middle-school students to some extent; however, this relationship was adjusted by variables of violent experiences. The different variables of violent experiences were the important predictors of NSSI prevalence among male and female middle-school students with specific contents varying across genders.

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boy crisis or girl risk violent experiences gender role conflict Chinese middle-school students NSSI prevalence

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GB/T 7714 Yang, Xueyan , Xin, Moye . "Boy Crisis" or "Girl Risk"? The Gender Difference in Nonsuicidal Self-Injurious Behavior Among Middle-School Students in China and its Relationship to Gender Role Conflict and Violent Experiences [J]. | AMERICAN JOURNAL OF MENS HEALTH , 2018 , 12 (5) : 1275-1285 .
MLA Yang, Xueyan et al. ""Boy Crisis" or "Girl Risk"? The Gender Difference in Nonsuicidal Self-Injurious Behavior Among Middle-School Students in China and its Relationship to Gender Role Conflict and Violent Experiences" . | AMERICAN JOURNAL OF MENS HEALTH 12 . 5 (2018) : 1275-1285 .
APA Yang, Xueyan , Xin, Moye . "Boy Crisis" or "Girl Risk"? The Gender Difference in Nonsuicidal Self-Injurious Behavior Among Middle-School Students in China and its Relationship to Gender Role Conflict and Violent Experiences . | AMERICAN JOURNAL OF MENS HEALTH , 2018 , 12 (5) , 1275-1285 .
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