Bibliography

Guangya Liu, Ph.D

Articles and Essays

  • An Exploration of "Noneconomic" Damages in Civil Jury Awards, William & Mary Law review 971-1027 (2014) (with others)
  • Health Trajectories of Women in China: The Role of Parental Caregiving, Journal of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences (2014) (with Matthew E. Dupre)
  • The Cumulative Impact of Unemployment on Risks of Acute Myocardial Infarction, Archives of Internal Medicine (2012) (with others)
  • Health Implications of Grandparents Caring for Grandchildren in China, 67 Journals of Gerontology Series B 99-112 (2012) (with Feinian Chen)
  • Psychological Well-Being of the Institutionalized and Community-Residing Oldest Old in China: The Role of Children, 75 Social Science & Medicine 1874-1882 (2012) (with others)
  • Intergenerational Ties in Context: Grandparents Caring for Grandchildren in China, 90 Social Forces 571-594 (2011) (with others)
  • Job Satisfaction and Racism in the Service Sector: A Study of Work in Assisted Living, in Frontline Workers in Assisted Living 171-194 (Mary Ball et al eds, 2010) (with others)
  • Social Change and Socioeconomic Disparity in Health Over the Life Course in China: A Cohort Analysis, 75 American Sociological Review 126-150 (2010) (with others)
  • Population Aging in China, in The International Handbook of the Demography of Aging (Peter Uhlenberg ed., 2009) (with Feinian Chen)
  • Research Methods: Variables, in Encyclopedia of the Life Course and Human Development (Deborah Carr, ed., 2009, 2009) (with Fenian Chen)
  • Predictors of Longevity: Evidence from the Oldest Old in China, 98 American Journal of Public Health 1203-1208 (2008) (with others)
  • Characteristics of Institutionalized and Community-Residing Oldest-Old in China, 64 Social Science and Medicine 871-883 (2007) (with others)
  • Factors Associated with Place of Death Among Chinese Oldest-Old, 26 Journal of Applied Gerontology 34-57 (2007) (with others)
  • Institutional and Individual Autonomy: Investigating Predictors of Attitudes Towards Institutional Care in China, 64 International Journal of Aging and Human Development 83-107 (2006) (with others)
  • Recent Developments in Institutional Elder Care in China: Changing Concepts and Attitudes, 18 Journal of Aging and Social Policy 85-108 (2006) (with others)
  • Willingness and Availability: Explaning New Attitudes Toward Institutional Elder Care Among Chinese Elderly parents and Their Adult Children, 20 Journal of Aging Studies 279-290 (2006) (with others)
  • Recent Development of Chinese Elders Homes: A Reconciliation of Traditional Culture, 30 Ageing International 167-187 (2005) (reprinted in Sociology of Aging: A Reader (Rawat Publications 2007)) (with others)