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Gendered trajectories through school, work and marriage in Vietnam

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This paper discusses the school, work and marriage trajectories of young people in Vietnam, using analysis of Young Lives longitudinal qualitative data gathered from 16 children and their parents between 2007 and 2014 as well as descriptive survey statistics. One of the main findings is that gender is not always a key driver of children’s divergent schooling, working and marriage trajectories. Instead, intersectionality of socio-economic status, locality and ethnicity play a more important ro...

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Peer reviewed
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Young Lives
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Oxford, Social Sciences, Department of International Development
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Oxford, Social Sciences, Department of International Development
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Research group:
Young Lives
Department:
Oxford, Social Sciences, Department of International Development
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Author
Publisher:
Young Lives Publisher's website
Publication date:
2016-08-05
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pubs:647633
URN:
uri:f24d5749-0b5f-48d9-adc6-0589714b6373
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uuid:f24d5749-0b5f-48d9-adc6-0589714b6373
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pubs:647633
ISBN:
978-1-909403-74-1

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