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The Impact of Social Exclusion and Structural Barriers on the Academic Motivation of Shanghai's Migrant Children
Dr. Xiaoyan Han will give a talk on her research on social exclusion and strucutral barriers of Shanghai's migrant children.
Wednesday, April 30 11:30am
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Xiaoyan Han, associate professor at Department of Sociology, East China Normal University, will talk about her research on academic motivation, education experience, and experience of social exclusion and structural barriers of Shanghai's Migrant Children. Dr. Han got her Ph.D. in Social Welfare from Department of Social Work, the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Her specialized areas are child welfare, single-parent family and adolescents study, parent-child relationships, and family therapy.