EWC Analysis About the Family in East Asia

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Roberts, Glenda S. (2016). Japan’s evolving family: Voices from young urban adults navigating change. Honolulu: East-West Center.

Rindfuss, Ronald R., Minja K. Choe, Noriko O. Tsuya, Larry L. Bumpass, and Emi Tamaki (2015). Do low survey response rates bias results? Evidence from Japan. Demographic Research 32(26): 797-828.

Choe, Minja Kim, Larry L. Bumpass, Noriko O. Tsuya, and Ronald R. Rindfuss (2014). Non-traditional family-related attitude trends in Japan: Macro and micro determinants. Population and Development Review 40(2): 241-271.

Tsuya, Noriko O., Larry L. Bumpass, Minja Kim Choe, and Ronald R. Rindfuss (2012). Employment and housework tasks of Japanese couples, 1994-2009. Demographic Research 27: 705-718.

Rindfuss, Ronald D., Minja Kim Choe, Maria Midea M. Kabamalan, Noriko O. Tsuya, and Larry L. Bumpass (2010). Order amidst change: Work and family trajectories in Japan. Advances in Life Course Research 15:76-88.

Bumpass, Larry, Ronald R. Rindfuss, Minja Kim Choe, and Noriko O. Tsuya (2009). The institutional context of low fertility. Asian Population Studies 5(3): 215-35.

Entwisle, Barbara, Katherine Faust, Ronald R. Rindfuss, and Toshiko Kaneda (2007). Networks and contexts: Variation in the structure of social ties. American Journal of Sociology. 112(5): 1495-1533.

Tsuya, Noriko O., Larry L. Bumpass, Minja Kim Choe, and Ronald R. Rindfuss (2005). Is the gender division of work changing in Japan? Asian Population Studies 1(1): 47-67.

Rindfuss, Ronald D., Minja Kim Choe, Larry L. Bumpass, and Noriko O. Tsuya (2004). Social network and family change in Japan. American Sociological Review 69(6): 838-61.

Tsuya, Noriko O., and Larry L. Bumpass, eds. (2004). Marriage, work, and family life in comparative perspective: Japan, South Korea, and the United States. Honolulu: University of Hawai‘i Press.

Rindfuss, Ronald R., Karen Benjamin Guzzo, and S. Philip Morgan (2003). The changing institutional context of low fertility. Population Research and Policy Review 22(5-6): 411-38.

Choe, Minja Kim, Sidney B. Westley, and Robert D. Retherford (2002). Tradition and change in marriage and family life. In East-West Center. The future of population in Asia. Honolulu: East-West Center. Download PDF file free of charge from the East‑West Center website EastWestCenter.org/publications

Brewster, Karin L., and Ronald R. Rindfuss (2000). Fertility and women’s employment in industrialized nations. Annual Review of Sociology 26: 271-96.

South Korea
Choe, Minja Kim, and Hyung-Seog Kim (2014). Lowest-low fertility in the Republic of Korea: Variations by locality, 2000-2010. Asia-Pacific Population Journal 29(2): 5-24.

Choe, Minja Kim, and Lei Li (2011). Estimating the effects of education on later marriage and less marriage in South Korea: An application of a mixture survival model with proportional piecewise constant hazard. Journal of Applied Statistical Science 18(4): 103-15.

Choe, Minja Kim, and Robert D. Retherford (2009). The contribution of education to South Korea’s fertility decline to “lowest-low level”. Asian Population Studies 5(3): 267-88.

Choe, Minja Kim (2006). Modernization, gender roles and marriage behavior in South Korea. In Yun-Shik Chang and Steven Hugh Lee, eds. Transformations in Twentieth Century Korea. London: Routledge, pp. 291-309.

Choe, Minja Kim and Kyung-Ae Park (2006). Fertility decline in South Korea: Forty years of policy-behavior dialogue. Korea Journal of Population Studies 29(2): 1-26.

Choe, Minja Kim, and Seung Kwon Kim (2003). Factors associated with low fertility in South Korea and policy implications (in Korean). In Seung Kwon Kim, ed. Study on the development of population policies and programs in responses to low fertility. Seoul: Korea Institute for Health and Social Affairs, pp. 147-67.

China
Chen, Jiajian, Robert D. Retherford, Minja Kim Choe, and Li Xiru (2010). Effects of population policy and economic reform on the trend in fertility in Guangdong Province, China, 1975-2005. Population Studies 64(1): 43-60.

Chen, Jiajian, Robert D. Retherford, Minja Kim Choe, Li Xiru, and Hu Ying (2009). Province-level variation in the achievement of below-replacement fertility in China. Asian Population Studies 5(3): 309-28.

 


 

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