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Wenfei Winnie Wang
Wenfei Winnie Wang
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Success or failure: selectivity and reasons of return migration in Sichuan and Anhui, China
WW Wang, CC Fan
2932006
Migrant workers' integration in urban China: Experiences in employment, social adaptation, and self-identity
WW Wang, CC Fan
Eurasian Geography and Economics 53 (6), 731-749, 2012
2112012
The household as security: Strategies of rural–urban migrants in China
CC Fan, WW Wang
Migration and social protection in China 14, 205, 2008
1032008
An exploratory multilevel analysis of income, income inequality and self-rated health of the elderly in China
Z Feng, WW Wang, K Jones, Y Li
Social science & medicine 75 (12), 2481-2492, 2012
912012
An exploratory discrete-time multilevel analysis of the effect of social support on the survival of elderly people in China
Z Feng, K Jones, WW Wang
Social Science & Medicine 130, 181-189, 2015
402015
Mutual misunderstanding and avoidance, misrepresentations and disciplinary politics: Spatial science and quantitative analysis in (United Kingdom) geographical curricula
R Johnston, R Harris, K Jones, D Manley, CE Sabel, WW Wang
Dialogues in Human Geography 4 (1), 3-25, 2014
402014
Quantitative methods I: The world we have lost–or where we started from
R Johnston, R Harris, K Jones, D Manley, WW Wang, L Wolf
Progress in Human Geography 43 (6), 1133-1142, 2019
332019
Growth and decline of Muslim Hui enclaves in Beijing
W Wang, S Zhou, CC Fan
Post-Soviet Geography and Economics 43 (2), 104-122, 2002
332002
Job access and commute penalties: balancing work and residence in Los Angeles
WAV Clark, WW Wang
Urban Geography 26 (7), 610-626, 2005
312005
A multilevel analysis of the role of the family and the state in self-rated health of elderly Chinese
Z Feng, WW Wang, K Jones
Health & Place 23, 148-156, 2013
282013
The automobile, immigrants, and poverty: Implications for immigrant earnings and job access
WAV Clark, WW Wang
Urban Geography 31 (4), 523-540, 2010
252010
Quantitative geography III: Future challenges and challenging futures
LJ Wolf, S Fox, R Harris, R Johnston, K Jones, D Manley, E Tranos, ...
Progress in Human Geography 45 (3), 596-608, 2021
222021
New times, new spaces: Gendered transformations of governance, economy, and citizenship
W Larner, M Fannin, J MacLeavy, WW Wang
Social Politics 20 (2), 157-164, 2013
202013
Analysing inter-provincial urban migration flows in China: A new multilevel gravity model approach
XN Zhang, WW Wang, R Harris, G Leckie
Migration Studies 8 (1), 19-42, 2020
192020
改革开放以来北京市人口分布及其演变
王雯菲, 张文新
人口研究 25 (1), 62-66, 2001
182001
Work, life, bodies: New materialisms and feminisms
M Fannin, J MacLeavy, W Larner, WW Wang
Feminist Theory 15 (3), 261-268, 2014
152014
Return migration and in situ urbanization of migrant sending areas: Insights from a survey of seven provinces in China
Y Zhu, WW Wang, L Lin, J Shen, Q Ren
Cities 115, 103242, 2021
132021
One step forward but two steps back to the proper appreciation of spatial science
R Johnston, R Harris, K Jones, D Manley, CE Sabel, WW Wang
Dialogues in Human Geography 4 (1), 59-69, 2014
132014
Quantitative methods II: How we moved on–Decades of change in philosophy, focus and methods
R Johnston, R Harris, K Jones, D Manley, WW Wang, L Wolf
Progress in Human Geography 44 (5), 959-971, 2020
112020
Home Advantage in American College Football Games: A Multilevel Modelling Approach
W Wang, R Johnston, K Jones
Journal of Quantitative Analysis in Sports 7 (3), 2011
112011
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