Anning Hu, Ph.D.

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2012 Sociology Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, United States 
Area:
Social Structure and Development, General Religion, Asian Studies, Ethnic and Racial Studies
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Fenggang Yang grad student 2012 Purdue
 (Folk religion in Chinese societies.)
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Hu A, Qian Z. (2016) Does higher education expansion promote educational homogamy? Evidence from married couples of the post-80s generation in Shanghai, China. Social Science Research. 60: 148-162
Hu A, Mustillo SA. (2016) Recent development of propensity score methods in observational studies: Multi-categorical treatment, causal mediation, and heterogeneity Current Sociology. 64: 60-82
Hu A. (2016) Using a discretized measure of academic performance to approximate primary and secondary effects in inequality of educational opportunity Quality and Quantity. 1-17
Yang F, Hu A, Zhao D, et al. (2015) An insertion/deletion polymorphism at the microRNA-122 binding site in the interleukin-1α 3'-untranslated region is associated with a risk for osteoarthritis. Molecular Medicine Reports
Yang F, Wang H, Jiang Z, et al. (2015) MicroRNA‑19a mediates gastric carcinoma cell proliferation through the activation of nuclear factor‑κB. Molecular Medicine Reports
Hu A. (2015) A loosening tray of sand? Age, period, and cohort effects on generalized trust in Reform-Era China, 1990-2007. Social Science Research. 51: 233-46
Hu A, Leamaster RJ. (2015) Intergenerational religious mobility in contemporary China Journal For the Scientific Study of Religion. 54: 79-99
Hu A. (2015) Evaluating Educational Inequality Within Educational Expansion: A Formal Comparison Between Odds Ratio and the Educational Gini Coefficient Journal of Mathematical Sociology. 39: 280-303
Hu A, Qian Z. (2015) Does higher education expansion promote educational homogamy? Evidence from married couples of the post-80s generation in Shanghai, China Social Science Research
Hu A, Hibel J. (2015) Where do STEM majors lose their advantage? Contextualizing horizontal stratification of higher education in urban China Research in Social Stratification and Mobility. 41: 66-78
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