Pei-Yuan Qiu

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BACKGROUND China has been experiencing the largest rural to urban migration in history. Rural-to-urban migrants are those who leave their hometown for another place in order to work or live without changing their hukou status, which is a household registration system in China, categorizing people as either rural residents or urban residents. Rural-to-urban(More)
BACKGROUND In this paper, we report findings regarding the prevalence of expressed distress and depressive conditions among women living in a rural region of Sichuan Province. As well, we know of no data among women in rural China that examine whether "depression," as categorically defined in classifications such as the DSM, adequately captures the(More)
OBJECTIVES The objectives of this study were to investigate differences on health protection status between two generations (born pre- vs. post- 1980) of rural-to-urban migrants in China, and whether the differences are associated with spatial contexts. METHODS Respondent-Driven Sampling (RDS) approach was used to recruit migrants in Chengdu city from(More)
BACKGROUND Few studies have focused on depression and social support in Eastern populations, especially women in rural China. Our research investigated depression among women in rural China, and studied the relationships between social support and depression. METHODS We recruited women ages 16 years and older from north Sichuan. Participants completed(More)
In the age of technology, most of the network services originally run on large scale and base on complicated systems. When they're brought into our home, the migration could derive further technical problems due to the change of scale and cost. Home networking structure is often improvised and built up with several types of wireless technology, such as(More)
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