Left-behind and Vulnerable? Conceptualising Development and Older Women's Agency in Rural China
Concern has been growing recently in China about the well-being of children, women and the elderly "left behind" on the farm when family members leave the village in search of waged work. Increasingly, the left-behind are portrayed in academic and policy
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