Marriage and inequality revisited: Chinese and Sino-foreign perspectives (II)

Dr  Pan Wang1, Dr. Kate Bagnall2, Mr Luke Yin3, Assoc.Professor Nan Wang4, Professor Antonia Finnane5

1UNSW, Sydney, Australia, 2University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia, 3University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia, 4Nanjing University, Nanjing, China, 5University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia


(This is the second part of a double panel. For the panel overview, see Marriage and inequality revisited: Chinese and Sino-foreign perspectives (I))



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