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Research methodology 4. Conceptualizing housework and who does what? The changing gender ideology of contemporary Hong Kong 6. Housework battles and gender strategies 7. Children, in-laws and "doing gender" of couples 8.
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Families -- China -- Hong Kong. Hukou Intermarriage in China: Patterns and Trends. Most studies on intermarriages between groups rely on the prevalence of intermarriage to assess s Yet the characteristics underlying the intermarriage pairings are seldom examined. Using Chinese General Social Surveys, I show that the intermarriage pairings do not follow the patterns of endogamous marriage across three marriage cohorts.
Rather, intermarriages build on group inequalities based on hukou in which urban hukou holders are able to marry more educated rural spouses because of their urban status advantage even after controlling for the general likelihood of intermarriage, educational homogamy, and marginal differences in education between rural and urban hukou holders.
Such a status exchange relationship, however, has weakened in the recent marriage cohort, implying a gradual blurring of hukou boundaries. Based on in-depth interviews with 24 working couples who hire domestic helpers in Hong Kong, this By examining the gendered meanings attached to paid domestic help, we show how men and women reproduce the traditional division of labour in the home when hiring domestic helpers, rather than relieving the tensions that working mothers face between paid employment and childcare.
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Save to Library Edit. Conference Presentations. China is a natural case for understanding the relationship between internal migration, rural-urba Social mobility through marriages and migration for work was hindered.
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After the ban was lifted in , hoards of rural migrants escape rural poverty and flood to the urban areas to improve their life chances. It is logically expected that spatial mobility brings people with rural and urban origins closer culturally, socially and economically, and thus increasing the odds of rural-urban marriages.
However, this is not happening. The urban and the rural marriage markets are not overlapping despite migration. They are thus degraded as second class citizens in the urban areas and become the least desirable in the urban marriage market.