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《Journal of Xi'an Jiaotong University(Social Sciences)》 2008-03
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Sons and Daughters:Effects of Out-migration on Division of Intergenerational Support in Rural China

SONG Lu1,LI Shu-zhuo2(1.School of Management,Xian Jiaotong University,Xian 710049,China;2.Institute for Population and Development Studies,School of Public Policy and Administration,Xian Jiaotong University,Xian 710049,China)  
Using data from the baseline and follow-up surveys of "Welfare of Elderly in Anhui Province,China" conducted in 2001 and in 2003 respectively by the Institute for Population and Development Studies of Xi′an Jiaotong University,this paper employs the logistic model to examine the gender differences in the effect of out-migration on division of intergenerational support in rural China.The results show that,the division of family support in rural China has not changed thoroughly under the out-migration of adult children.However,the gender differences on intergenerational supports between sons and daughters are reduced.While migrant daughters have greater probability of increasing financial support to their elderly parents,which narrows the gap between sons and daughters;migrant sons have less probability of increasing instrumental support to their elderly parents,which also narrows the gender difference of instrumental support.And as migrant daughter are more likely to increase the emotional support to their parents,the gap between sons and daughters on intergenerational emotional support is further widened.
【Fund】: 国家“985工程”二期建设项目(07200701);; 西安交通大学人口与发展研究所与美国南加州大学合作NIH基金项目(R03.TW01060-01A)
【CateGory Index】: D422.6
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