Marginalization and Social Welfare in China

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Taylor & Francis, Jan 29, 1998 - Social Science - 264 pages
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This book provides a systematic analysis that defines and accounts for the contours and operation of China's welfare system. It is underpinned by recent empirical research and strong comparative theory, and will be welcomed as a significant advance in furthering our understanding of social welfare in China.

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About the author (1998)

Linda Wong completed both her undergraduate and graduate work at the University of Oregon, earning a Master's Degree in Education in Curriculum and Instruction.

Following several years as an elementary education teacher, she created an educational consulting firm (S-T-E-P AHEAD, Inc.), offering adjunct graduate-level courses for teachers. For twenty years she taught study skills, spelling, grammar, writing, and reading courses in the Study Skills Department at Lane Community College.

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