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INED has signed a partnership with Duke Global Health Institute. In the wake of this development, we interviewed Anika Schenck-Fontaine, a PhD student from Duke who was hosted at INED from October 2016 to March 2017.Read more
Getting married and founding a family are still key stages in the transition to adulthood in contemporary Chinese society. It is difficult, however, to reconcile the society’s attachment to marriage with the selective nature of the marriage market in rural China, where the number of women likely to be seeking a husband is significantly lower than the number of men looking for a wife.Read more
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