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Alexandre Sidorenko

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Rachel Sullivan Robinson

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Assefa Hailemariam

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Mahmood Messkoub

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John F. May

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Meimanat Hosseini-Chavoshi, Mohammad Jalal Abbasi-Shavazi and Peter McDonald

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Paul Kowal and Julie E. Byles

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David Shapiro

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Jasmine Fledderjohann and Celia Roberts

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Merril Silverstein and Ling Xu

depression among elders in rural China: Do in-laws matter? Journal of Marriage and Family , 70, 599–612. Fan, R. (2006, March). Confucian filial piety and long term care for aged parents. In HEC Forum (Vol. 18, No. 1, pp. 1-17). Kluwer Academic Publishers. Guo, Z. G. (2008). Study on changes of China family households in recent years [In Chinese]. Chinese Journal of Population Science , 3 , 2–10. Harwood, J., & Lin, M.-C. (2000). Affiliation, pride, exchange, and distance in grandparents’ accounts of relationship with their college-aged grandchildren