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Bibliography on Contemporary China Studies: Missing Girls

14 References, July 3, 2006

"Missing Girls" (Sex Ratio, Marriage Squeeze, Son Preference)

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Anderson, Barbara A. / Silver, Brian D. (1995): Ethnic differences in fertility and sex ratios at birth in China: Evidence from Xinjiang. In: Population Studies, Vol. 49, No. 2, 211-226

Cai, Yong / Lavely, William (2003): China's missing girls: Numerical estimates and effects on population growth. In: China Review, Vol. 3, No. 2, 13-29

Chu, Junhong (2001): Prenatal sex determination and sex-selective abortion in rural central China. In: Population and Development Review, Vol. 27, No. 2, 259-282

Coale, Ansley J. (1991): Excess female mortality and the balance of the sexes in the population: An estimate of the number of "missing females". In: Population and Development Review, Vol. 17, No. 3, 517-523

Coale, Ansley J. / Banister, Judith (1994): Five decades of missing females in China. In: Demography, Vol. 31, No. 3, 459-486

Das Gupta, Monica (2005): Explaining Asia's "missing women": A new look at the data. In: Population and Development Review, Vol. 31, No. 3, 529-535

Das Gupta, Monica / Lee, Shuzhuo (1997): Gender bias and the "marriage squeeze" in China, South Korea and India, 1920-1990: The effects of war, famine, and fertility decline. Cambridge, MA (Center for Population and Development Studies, Harvard University), Working Paper Series, No. 97.05

Eberstadt, Nicholas (2004): Power and population in Asia. In: Policy Review, No. 123, Februray 2004

Festini, F. / Taccetti, G. / Repetto, T. / Cioni, M. L. / de Martino, M. (2003): Sex ratio at birth among Chinese babies born in Italy is lower than in China. In: Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, Vol. 57, 967-968

Goodkind, Daniel M. (2004): China's missing children: The 2000 census underreporting surprise. In: Population Studies, Vol. 58, No. 3, 281-295

Gu, Baochang / Roy, Krishna (1995): Sex ratio at birth in China, with reference to other areas in East Asia: What we know. In: Asia-Pacific Population Journal, Vol. 10, No. 3, 17-42

Mundigo, Axel I. (1999): Population and abortion policies in China: their impact on minority nationalities. In: Human Evolution, Vol. 14, No. 3, 207-230

Poston, Dudley L. (2002): Son preference and fertility in China. In: Journal of Biosocial Science, Vol. 34, No. 3, 333-347

Ren, Steve (1995): Sex Differences in Infant and Child Mortality in Three Provinces in China. In: Social Sciences and Medicine, Vol. 40, No. 9, 1259-1269

White, Tyrene (2000): Domination, Resistance, and Accommodation in China's One Child Campaign. In: Perry, Elizabeth J. / Selden, Mark (Eds.): Chinese Society: Change, Conflict, and Resistance. New York, NY (Routledge)

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