Yen-hsin Alice Cheng
Yen-hsin Alice Cheng
Institute of Sociology, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan
Verified email at gate.sinica.edu.tw
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New cohort fertility forecasts for the developed world: Rises, falls, and reversals
M Myrskylä, JR Goldstein, YA Cheng
Population and Development Review 39 (1), 31-56, 2013
1872013
Partner choice and the differential retreat from marriage
R Schoen, YA Cheng
Journal of Marriage and Family 68 (1), 1-10, 2006
1272006
Longitudinal predictors of change in number of sexual partners across adolescence and early adulthood
ML Kan, YA Cheng, NS Landale, SM McHale
Journal of Adolescent Health 46 (1), 25-31, 2010
922010
Explaining attitudes about homosexuality in Confucian and non-Confucian nations: Is there a ‘cultural’influence?
A Adamczyk, YA Cheng
Social Science Research 51, 276-289, 2015
632015
Changing attitudes toward homosexuality in Taiwan, 1995–2012
YA Cheng, FCF Wu, A Adamczyk
Chinese Sociological Review 48 (4), 317-345, 2016
612016
Social background differences in early family behavior
R Schoen, NS Landale, K Daniels, YHA Cheng
Journal of Marriage and Family 71 (2), 384-395, 2009
582009
New cohort fertility forecasts for the developed world
M Myrskylä, JR Goldstein, YHA Cheng
Rostock: Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research (MPIDR working paper …, 2012
422012
Adolescent overweight, social relationships and the transition to first sex: Gender and racial variations
Y Alice Cheng, NS Landale
Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive health 43 (1), 6-15, 2011
282011
Changing partner choice and marriage propensities by education in post-industrial Taiwan, 2000–2010
YA Cheng
Demographic Research 31, 1007-1042, 2014
252014
More education, fewer divorces? Shifting education differentials of divorce in Taiwan from 1975 to 2010
YA Cheng
Demographic Research 34, 927-942, 2016
142016
Adolescent precursors of early union formation among Asian American and white young adults
YA Cheng, NS Landale
Journal of Family Issues 32 (2), 209-236, 2011
102011
The future labor force of an aging Taiwan: The importance of education and female labor supply
YA Cheng, E Loichinger
Population Research and Policy Review 36 (3), 441-466, 2017
92017
Teen overweight, weight stigma, and intimate relationship development from adolescence to young adulthood
YHA Cheng, NS Landale
Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research Working Paper 8, 2010
92010
Going it alone and adrift: the socioeconomic profile and parental involvement of single-father and single-mother families in post-industrial Taiwan
YA Cheng, FF Wu
Journal of Population Research 33 (2), 147-172, 2016
82016
Longer exposure to obesity, slimmer chance of college? Body weight trajectories, non-cognitive skills, and college completion
YA Cheng
Youth & Society 49 (2), 203-227, 2017
62017
Feminising the workforce in ageing East Asia? The potential of skilled female labour in four advanced economies
E Loichinger, YA Cheng
Journal of Population Research 35 (2), 187-215, 2018
32018
The role of non-cognitive traits in higher education achievement among economically disadvantaged Taiwanese youths
YA Cheng
Journal of Social Sciences and Philosophy 25 (4), 735-764, 2013
32013
No More Babies without Help for Whom? Education, Division of Labor, and Fertility Intentions
YA Cheng, CH Hsu
Journal of Marriage and Family 82 (4), 1270-1285, 2020
22020
Ultra-low fertility in East Asia: Confucianism and its discontents
YA Cheng
Vienna Yearbook of Population Research 18, 1-38, 2020
22020
The unexplored parental age gap in an era of fertility postponement
C Dudel, YA Cheng, S Klüsener
MPIDR Working Papers, 2020
22020
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