Interested in studying abroad? Join GSU Sociology/Gerontology Professor Heying Jenny Zhan in Maymester 2013 and explore the differences in social policies and elder care practices between China and the U.S. Students – and visit Beijing, Shanghai, and Changsha!
Learn more about this Study Abroad Program here – applications are due Thursday, November 1, so don’t waste any time!
Read up on Dr. Zhan’s related research at the GSU University Library:
- Zhan, H. J., Luo, B, & Chen, Z. Y. (2012). Institutional elder care in China. In S. Y. Chen & J. L. Powell (Eds.), Aging in China: Implications to Social Policy of a Changing Economic State (Pp. 221-235). New York: Springer.
- Zhan, H. J., Zhanlian, F., Zhiyu, C., & Xiaotian, F. (2011). The role of the family in institutional long-term care: cultural management of filial piety in China. International Journal Of Social Welfare, 20(S1), S121-S134.
- Zhan, H. J. (2011). Elder care in China: Changing practices and culture. In S. Y. Chen & J. L. Powell (Eds.), Aging in Perspective and the Case of China: Issues and Approaches (pp. 161-174). New York: Nova Science.
- Feng, Z., Zhan, H. J., Feng, X., Liu, C., Sun, M., & Mor, V. (2011). An industry in the making: The emergence of institutional elder care in urban China. Journal Of The American Geriatrics Society, 59(4), 738-744.