"New" Gender Roles of Chinese Immigrant Wives: Reconstructed to Stabilize Marriages
One of the biggest challenges that Chinese immigrant wives face in the process of marital stabilization is to readjust and reconstruct their "new" gender roles ideologies.
||Gender Roles, Immigration, Marital Stability
International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, Volume 5, Issue 4, pp.101-110.
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I received my Ph. D. in sociology at Florida State University. I did two-year postdoctoral fellowship at Cornell University studying work and family relations from the life-course perspective. I started teaching at Grand Valley State University in 1998 and have been interested in studying marriages and families of Chinese Immigrants in the United States.
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