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Family care-giving and living arrangements of functionally impaired elders in rural China
China has seen a rapid decline of the traditional multi-generational household and an increase in rural-to-urban migration, raising concerns about a possible breakdown of the informal support system. Against this background, ...
Liberal feminism and postcolonial difference: Debating headscarves in France, the Netherlands, and Germany
In this article, we analyze headscarf debates that unfolded in the first decade of the twenty-first century in France, the Netherlands, and Germany. Through a socio-historical overview looking at newspaper articles and ...
Gender and attitudes toward welfare state reform: Are women really social investment promoters?
This article contributes to the study of the demand side of welfare politics by investigating gender differences in social investment preferences systematically. Building on the different functions of social investment ...
By the sweat of their brow? The effects of starting work again after pension age on life satisfaction in Germany and the United Kingdom
In recent years, the employment rates of people of pension age have increased considerably. However, longitudinal evidence on the effects of this employment on wellbeing which might contribute to an evaluation of this ...