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Academia Sinica
Institute of European and American Studies

 Contact details
Contact personDrs Xing Chen Lin 
StreetInstitute of EA, 128 Academia Road, Section 2 
Address 115 - Taipei City (Taiwan) 
Phone+886-975761259 
Webhttp://www.ea.sinica.edu.tw/
 Organisation details
Employees (in Depart.)1-10 
Organisation TypeResearch Organisation 
 Research Focus

 Fields of activities:
» History
» Religion Studies
» Anthropology
» Area studies
» Cultural studies
» Ethnic studies
» Economics
» Gender and sexuality studies
» Geography
» Sociology

 Brief description of your activity focus
Family history, female-headed household, and life events

 Details about Expertise / Competences / Technologies
Xingchen, Chiachi, Lin is PhD candidate of History at Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands. In
this
academic year, she is awarded a PhD candidate scholarship at Academia Sinica. She received her BS from
Soochow University, her MA from National ChiNan University. Her research focuses on the interactions
between female heads of households, family organization, and demographic behavior. She has presented
work on female-headed household formation system in Rotterdam and Taipei, during pre-industrial
period. In
her research, qualitative and quantitative methods (event history analysis) are both used to analysis the
subject. Recently her paper on a study of relationship between household composition and infant
mortality
has been accepted in the forthcoming book which is edited by Theo Engelen and John Shepherd.
 Research Activities

 International and national projects beyond EU Framework Programme
more info http://www.ea.sinica.edu.tw/intro_05_look-en.php?intro_num=6&page=1

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