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Published Nov 23, 2020

L. Bo  

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Based on a survey of 2,367 fourth-grade migrant children in Beijing’s functional development zone (2016-2017), this article explores the im-pact of parent-child separation on children’s development from three dimensions: academic performance, non-cognitive development, and physical health.




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Bo, L. (2020). The Influence of Parent-Child Separation on the Development of Children: Evidence from the Survey of Migrant Children in Beijing. Best Evidence in Chinese Education, 6(2), 886-887. Retrieved from http://bonoi.org/index.php/bece/article/view/303
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