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Children’s gender and parental educational strategies in rural and urban China: the moderating roles of sibship size and family resources

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Children’s gender and parental educational strategies in rural and urban China: the moderating roles of sibship size and family resources
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Chinese Sociological Review, February 2020
DOI 10.1080/21620555.2020.1717942
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Yixiao Liu, Quanbao Jiang, Feinian Chen

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