Youth education and learning in 21 st century China : Disentangling the impacts of migration , residence and Hukou

  title={Youth education and learning in 21 st century China : Disentangling the impacts of migration , residence and Hukou},
  author={Lucy P. Jordan and Ren Qiang and Jane Falkingham},
EXTENDED ABSTRACT Child development is an important predictor of later life course achievements including academic and labour market success. It is well understood that 'risk' is cumulative over the early life course, and exposure to biological, environmental and psychosocial risks affects development through changes in brain structure and function and is also evident in behavioural changes in the present and others that become apparent overtime (Walker et al, 2007). Early deprivation can have… CONTINUE READING

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