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Sibling relationships of older adults in China: The role of gender composition and birth order SSCI
期刊论文 | 2021 | CURRENT PSYCHOLOGY
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Many older adults in China are facing a severe shortage of social support. Although siblings play a crucial role in providing support for older adults, their importance has not received enough attention in China. Applying multilevel logistic regression models to the data from the 2018 Chinese Longitudinal Healthy Longevity Survey, we explored the influence of gender composition and birth order on older adults' sibling relationships in the context of Chinese cultures (Patrilocality, Patriarchality, and Ti). We found that the gender composition of the sibling and elder was significantly associated with the frequency of visits, with the male sibling-male elder dyad interacted most. Siblings were more likely to frequently visit an elder whose birth order was higher than their own. While the gender composition-frequency of visits association was only significant in the urban areas, birth order had a significant influence on the frequency of visits both in the rural and urban areas.

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Gender composition Sibling relationships Older adults Chinese cultures Birth order

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GB/T 7714 Ge, Tingshuai , Jiang, Quanbao . Sibling relationships of older adults in China: The role of gender composition and birth order [J]. | CURRENT PSYCHOLOGY , 2021 .
MLA Ge, Tingshuai 等. "Sibling relationships of older adults in China: The role of gender composition and birth order" . | CURRENT PSYCHOLOGY (2021) .
APA Ge, Tingshuai , Jiang, Quanbao . Sibling relationships of older adults in China: The role of gender composition and birth order . | CURRENT PSYCHOLOGY , 2021 .
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Remarriage After Divorce and Health in Later Life: Findings From CHARLS in China SSCI
期刊论文 | 2021 | JOURNAL OF FAMILY ISSUES
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Marriage has a positive effect on health. After the dissolution of a marriage, the health of divorcees worsens. This study focuses on whether remarriage can help a person regain the health benefits that comes with marriage. Using national baseline data from the China Health and Retirement Longitudinal Study (CHARLS), which conducted from 2011 to 2012, this article applies instrumental variables (IV) method to investigate the association between remarriage after divorce and late-life health. We found that, compared with divorcees who had not remarried, those who remarried suffered less from depression and had better self-rated health. There were gender differences in the relationship between remarriage after divorce and mental health. Remarriage can improve the mental health of men, but there is no significant correlation between remarriage and the mental health of women.

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instrumental variable ADL impaired self-rated health depression remarriage after divorce

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GB/T 7714 Li, Xiaomin , Jiang, Quanbao , Cheng, Xinfeng et al. Remarriage After Divorce and Health in Later Life: Findings From CHARLS in China [J]. | JOURNAL OF FAMILY ISSUES , 2021 .
MLA Li, Xiaomin et al. "Remarriage After Divorce and Health in Later Life: Findings From CHARLS in China" . | JOURNAL OF FAMILY ISSUES (2021) .
APA Li, Xiaomin , Jiang, Quanbao , Cheng, Xinfeng , Ge, Tingshuai . Remarriage After Divorce and Health in Later Life: Findings From CHARLS in China . | JOURNAL OF FAMILY ISSUES , 2021 .
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Who Benefits From Being an Only Child? A Study of Parent-Child Relationship Among Chinese Junior High School Students. PubMed SSCI
期刊论文 | 2021 , 11 | Frontiers in psychology
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After more than three decades of implementation, China's one-child policy has generated a large number of only children. Although extensive research has documented the developmental outcomes of being an only child, research on the parent-child relational quality of the only child is somewhat limited. Using China Education Panel Survey (2014), this study examined whether the only child status was associated with parent-child relationships among Chinese junior high school students. It further explored whether children's gender moderated the association between the only child status and parent-child relationships. Two-level ordered logit models suggested that only children were more likely to report a close relationship with their mothers and fathers compared to children from multiple-child families (including two-child families). Taking birth order into consideration, we found that, only children were more likely to have close parent-child relationships than firstborns, whereas no significant differences were found between only children and lastborns. Interaction analyses further suggested that the only child advantages were gender-specific: the positive effects of the only child status were stronger for daughters than for sons, that is, daughters benefited more from being only children. Our findings highlight the importance of considering children's gender and birth order in exploring the only child effects in the Chinese context. Additional analyses about sibling-gender composition indicated female children were more likely to be disadvantaged with the presence of younger brothers, whereas male children benefited more from having older sisters. This reveals that the son preference culture is still deep-rooted in the Chinese multiple-child families.

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only children birth order children’s gender parent–child relationship sibship size China

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GB/T 7714 Liu Yixiao , Jiang Quanbao . Who Benefits From Being an Only Child? A Study of Parent-Child Relationship Among Chinese Junior High School Students. [J]. | Frontiers in psychology , 2021 , 11 .
MLA Liu Yixiao et al. "Who Benefits From Being an Only Child? A Study of Parent-Child Relationship Among Chinese Junior High School Students." . | Frontiers in psychology 11 (2021) .
APA Liu Yixiao , Jiang Quanbao . Who Benefits From Being an Only Child? A Study of Parent-Child Relationship Among Chinese Junior High School Students. . | Frontiers in psychology , 2021 , 11 .
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Influence of the Growth and Development Check (GDC) on Overweight/Obesity of Children under-5 Years in China: A Propensity Score Analysis SCIE SSCI PubMed
期刊论文 | 2021 , 18 (3) | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH AND PUBLIC HEALTH
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To improve health and reduce the rapidly increasing prevalence of overweight and obesity in children, the Chinese government has formulated childcare standards, with the Growth and Development Check (GDC) as the main content. However, few studies have evaluated the impact of the GDC on lowering the risk of childhood overweight and obesity. Using the 2014 China Family Dynamics Survey and propensity score matching (PSM), this article examined the impact of the GDC on overweight/obesity in children aged 5 years and younger. The results revealed that the mean Body Mass Index (BMI) was 17.80 kg/m(2), and the prevalence of overweight/obesity was 24.62% in children. Children whose parents were aware of the GDC had a lower BMI and a lower risk of overweight/obesity than those whose parents were not aware of it. Children who engaged in the GDC in the last 12 months had a lower BMI and a lower chance of overweight/obesity than those not engaged.

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China growth and development check PSM overweight children obesity

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GB/T 7714 Duan, Chongli , Mei, Li , Ge, Tingshuai et al. Influence of the Growth and Development Check (GDC) on Overweight/Obesity of Children under-5 Years in China: A Propensity Score Analysis [J]. | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH AND PUBLIC HEALTH , 2021 , 18 (3) .
MLA Duan, Chongli et al. "Influence of the Growth and Development Check (GDC) on Overweight/Obesity of Children under-5 Years in China: A Propensity Score Analysis" . | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH AND PUBLIC HEALTH 18 . 3 (2021) .
APA Duan, Chongli , Mei, Li , Ge, Tingshuai , Jiang, Quanbao . Influence of the Growth and Development Check (GDC) on Overweight/Obesity of Children under-5 Years in China: A Propensity Score Analysis . | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH AND PUBLIC HEALTH , 2021 , 18 (3) .
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中国人口总量变化及趋势 CSSCI
期刊论文 | 2021 , 34 (5) , 107-110 | 西安财经大学学报
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人口问题一直是人类社会面临的基础性、全局性、长期性和战略性问题.进入21世纪以来,我国人口发展的内在动力和外在条件发生了转折性变化.人口总量是一个国家长远发展的基础,总量的变化对于一个国家的综合国力影响深远.

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GB/T 7714 段重利 , 梅丽 , 姜全保 . 中国人口总量变化及趋势 [J]. | 西安财经大学学报 , 2021 , 34 (5) : 107-110 .
MLA 段重利 et al. "中国人口总量变化及趋势" . | 西安财经大学学报 34 . 5 (2021) : 107-110 .
APA 段重利 , 梅丽 , 姜全保 . 中国人口总量变化及趋势 . | 西安财经大学学报 , 2021 , 34 (5) , 107-110 .
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Trends in the association between educational assortative mating, infant and child mortality in Nigeria SCIE SSCI PubMed
期刊论文 | 2021 , 21 (1) | BMC PUBLIC HEALTH
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Background Existing knowledge has established the connection between maternal education and child survival, but little is known about how educational assortative mating (EAM), relates to childhood mortality. We attempt to examine this association in the context of Nigeria. Methods Data was obtained from the 2008, 2013, and 2018 waves of the Nigeria Demographic and Health Survey, which is a cross-sectional study. The sample includes the analysis of 72,527 newborns within the 5 years preceding each survey. The dependent variables include the risk of a newborn dying before 12 months of age (infant mortality), or between the age of 12-59 months (child mortality). From the perspective of the mother, the independent variable, EAM, includes four categories (high-education homogamy, low-education homogamy, hypergamy, and hypogamy). The Cox proportional hazard regression was employed for multivariate analyses, while the estimation of mortality rates across the spectrum of EAM was obtained through the synthetic cohort technique. Results The risk of childhood mortality varied across the spectrum of EAM and was particularly lowest among those with high-education homogamy. Compared to children of mothers in low-education homogamy, children of mothers in high-education homogamy had 25, 31 to 19% significantly less likelihood of infant mortality, and 34, 41, and 57% significantly less likelihood of child mortality in 2008, 2013 and 2018 survey data, respectively. Also, compared to children of mothers in hypergamy, children of mothers in hypogamous unions had 20, 12, and 11% less likelihood of infant mortality, and 27, 36, and 1% less likelihood of child mortality across 2008, 2013 and 2018 surveys, respectively, although not significant at p < 0.05. Both infant and child mortality rates were highest in low-education homogamy, as expected, lowest in high-education homogamy, and lower in hypogamy than in hypergamy. Furthermore, the trends in the rate declined between 2008 and 2018, and were higher in 2018 than in 2013. Conclusion This indicates that, beyond the absolute level of education, the similarities or dissimilarities in partners' education may have consequences for child survival, alluding to the family system theory. Future studies could investigate how this association varies when marital status is put into consideration.

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Childhood survival Educational homogamy Assortative matching Parent education Sub-Sahara Africa Under-five mortality

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GB/T 7714 Ariyo, Tolulope , Jiang, Quanbao . Trends in the association between educational assortative mating, infant and child mortality in Nigeria [J]. | BMC PUBLIC HEALTH , 2021 , 21 (1) .
MLA Ariyo, Tolulope et al. "Trends in the association between educational assortative mating, infant and child mortality in Nigeria" . | BMC PUBLIC HEALTH 21 . 1 (2021) .
APA Ariyo, Tolulope , Jiang, Quanbao . Trends in the association between educational assortative mating, infant and child mortality in Nigeria . | BMC PUBLIC HEALTH , 2021 , 21 (1) .
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Recent sex ratio at birth in China. PubMed
期刊论文 | 2021 , 6 (5) | BMJ global health
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China's sex ratio at birth (SRB) has declined in the past decade but still exceeds the normal level. This study seeks to depict the SRB trend in the past two decades.We depicted the SRB trend, including SRB by birth order, children composition, residence and hukou type, education, race and province using latest data available from multiple data sources and standardisation and decomposition methods.The SRB remained around 120 in the first decade from 2000 to 2010, and recently declined and approached the normal level during 2010-2020. The SRB for second births and first births converged to the normal level, whereas the SRB for third and above births exceeded the normal level. The rising proportion of second births increased, whereas the decreasing proportion of first births reduced the overall SRB. Parents with only daughters are more likely to abort a female fetus in pursuit of a son, while parents with only sons are more likely to abort a male fetus in pursuit of a daughter. It also shows difference in SRB by residence, hukou type, educational attainment and race. Urban SRB was lower than rural SRB, by the residence and hukou type, but higher than rural SRB after being standardised. Provinces still exhibit differences by original categorised policy even after the implementation of the universal two-child policy.China's SRB has declined substantially during the past two decades, but the negative effects need to be tackled.

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public Health other study design health policy

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GB/T 7714 Jiang Quanbao , Zhang Cuiling . Recent sex ratio at birth in China. [J]. | BMJ global health , 2021 , 6 (5) .
MLA Jiang Quanbao et al. "Recent sex ratio at birth in China." . | BMJ global health 6 . 5 (2021) .
APA Jiang Quanbao , Zhang Cuiling . Recent sex ratio at birth in China. . | BMJ global health , 2021 , 6 (5) .
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Overestimated SRB and Missing Girls in China. PubMed
期刊论文 | 2021 , 6 , 756364 | Frontiers in sociology
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overestimate sex ratio at birth population census China missing girls

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GB/T 7714 Mei Li , Jiang Quanbao . Overestimated SRB and Missing Girls in China. [J]. | Frontiers in sociology , 2021 , 6 : 756364 .
MLA Mei Li et al. "Overestimated SRB and Missing Girls in China." . | Frontiers in sociology 6 (2021) : 756364 .
APA Mei Li , Jiang Quanbao . Overestimated SRB and Missing Girls in China. . | Frontiers in sociology , 2021 , 6 , 756364 .
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Intimate partner violence and exclusive breastfeeding of infants: analysis of the 2013 Nigeria demographic and health survey SCIE SSCI PubMed
期刊论文 | 2021 , 16 (1) | INTERNATIONAL BREASTFEEDING JOURNAL
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Background Existing knowledge on the relationship between intimate partner violence (IPV) and exclusive breastfeeding (EBF) in the context of Nigeria is minimal and limited to a lifelong measure of IPV experience. An abuse experienced a long time ago may not have as much negative effect as that encountered at a more proximal time to the breastfeeding phase. To this effect, we examined this relationship with maternal IPV experienced around the time of pregnancy and postpartum. Method We analyzed data from the 2013 Nigeria Demographic and Health Survey. The sample includes 2668 breastfeeding mothers having a child aged under 6 months. The outcome variable was EBF or mixed-feeding (24 h recall). The exposure variables were: the maternal experience of psychological, physical, and sexual intimate partner violence. Also, there was an experience of any form of IPV and frequency score of intimate partner violence. Analysis includes chi-square and t-test bivariates, complete case and imputed logistic regressions for binary outcome. Results In the imputed analysis, compared to mothers who experienced no IPV, those who experienced IPV had a 26% reduced likelihood of EBF practice (AOR 0.74; 95% CI 0.55, 1.00). Also, a unit dose of maternal IPV experience was associated with a 5% reduced likelihood of EBF practice (AOR 0.69; 95% CI 0.49, 0.98). Among the three forms of IPV, physical IPV had the highest effect size. Physical IPV was associated with a 37% reduced likelihood of EBF practice (AOR 0.63; 95% CI 0.44, 0.90), while psychological IPV was associated with a 34% reduced likelihood of EBF practice (AOR 0.66; 95% CI 0.47, 0.92), when compared to the respective reference groups. On the other hand, those who reported sexual IPV were just as likely to breastfeed as those who did not (AOR 0.94; 95% CI 0.62, 1.41). Conclusions In this study, maternal IPV is associated with EBF practice. Policies aimed at promoting EBF should also be framed to combat IPV against pregnant women and nursing mothers.

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Domestic violence Breastfeeding Nigeria Physical violence Psychological violence Infant feeding Sexual violence

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GB/T 7714 Ariyo, Tolulope , Jiang, Quanbao . Intimate partner violence and exclusive breastfeeding of infants: analysis of the 2013 Nigeria demographic and health survey [J]. | INTERNATIONAL BREASTFEEDING JOURNAL , 2021 , 16 (1) .
MLA Ariyo, Tolulope et al. "Intimate partner violence and exclusive breastfeeding of infants: analysis of the 2013 Nigeria demographic and health survey" . | INTERNATIONAL BREASTFEEDING JOURNAL 16 . 1 (2021) .
APA Ariyo, Tolulope , Jiang, Quanbao . Intimate partner violence and exclusive breastfeeding of infants: analysis of the 2013 Nigeria demographic and health survey . | INTERNATIONAL BREASTFEEDING JOURNAL , 2021 , 16 (1) .
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Sociocultural Determinants of Attitudes Toward Domestic Violence Among Women and Men in Afghanistan: Evidence from Afghanistan Demographic and Health Survey 2015. PubMed
期刊论文 | 2020 , 886260520980400 | Journal of interpersonal violence | IF: 6.144
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Domestic violence (DV), also commonly referred to as intimate partner violence or spousal abuse, is a global public health issue that affects the physical, psychological, sexual, and reproductive health of women. We examined the sociocultural factors associated with the attitude toward DV perpetrated against women in Afghanistan. We used data from the 2015 Afghanistan Demographic and Health Survey, consisting of an ever-married sample of 29,461 women and 10,760 men aged 15 to 49 years. Our dependent variable, attitude toward DV, was determined from responses on acceptance of wife-beating in five scenarios, and the group of socio cultural factors was selected based on evidence from previous studies. Our main analytical method was logistic regression, using the survey design. Our findings indicated that factors such as an increase in years of education and living in a wealthier household reduce the likelihood of acceptance of DV among men and women. Ethnicity was also associated with the attitude toward DV, but the magnitude varied across ethnic groups and gender. Furthermore, an increase in age and living in the urban area were associated with nonjustification of DV among women, but not among men. On the other hand, frequent exposure to the media increases the likelihood of acceptance of DV among men, but not for women. The result of the present study suggests that there are economic, social, and cultural aspects to the attitude toward DV among men and women in Afghanistan. Therefore, policies designed at changing the socio cultural perception of the people are of importance in other to bring about a change in attitude, and even combat the prevalence of DV.

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spousal violence intimate partner violence South Asia Afghanistan sociocultural factors DHS

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GB/T 7714 Akbary Mohammad Fazel , Ariyo Tolulope , Jiang Quanbao . Sociocultural Determinants of Attitudes Toward Domestic Violence Among Women and Men in Afghanistan: Evidence from Afghanistan Demographic and Health Survey 2015. [J]. | Journal of interpersonal violence , 2020 : 886260520980400 .
MLA Akbary Mohammad Fazel et al. "Sociocultural Determinants of Attitudes Toward Domestic Violence Among Women and Men in Afghanistan: Evidence from Afghanistan Demographic and Health Survey 2015." . | Journal of interpersonal violence (2020) : 886260520980400 .
APA Akbary Mohammad Fazel , Ariyo Tolulope , Jiang Quanbao . Sociocultural Determinants of Attitudes Toward Domestic Violence Among Women and Men in Afghanistan: Evidence from Afghanistan Demographic and Health Survey 2015. . | Journal of interpersonal violence , 2020 , 886260520980400 .
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