The floating population in China

an illustrated record of the junkmen and their boats on sea and river
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Statementby G. R. G. Worcester. Accompanied by some Chungking types on the upper Yangtze River, sketched by Doris Worcester.
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Floating population in China Development Report (Chinese Edition). Floating Population — Book, — In the early s, upon the opening up of China’s economy under Deng Xiaoping, farmers left their hometowns seeking work in China’s developing cities as a response to the resulting agricultural people from China’s vast rural areas are referred to as the ‘floating population’.

With rapid commercialization, a booming urban economy, and the relaxation of state migration The floating population in China book, over million peasants, known as China’s “floating population,” have streamed into large cities seeking employment and a better life.

This massive flow of rural migrants directly challenges Chinese socialist modes of state The floating population in China book the author of Contesting Citizenship in Urban China (University of California Press, ), on which her chapter in this volume is based, and of China's Transition from Socialism (M.E.

Sharpe, ). Chapter Ten China's Floating Population: Implications for State and Society Dorothy J. Solinger IntroductionCited by:   Since the Open and Reform Policy, China has been making great progress toward modernization.

A salient phenomenon accompanying economic boom is increased social inequality and crime, and these are destabilizing Chinese society. This paper shows how income and social inequality were socially, structurally and institutionally constructed during the reform period because of a Cited by: China's floating population is one of the most mobile populations in the world.

Most of its members take the temporary form of migration, and maintain their double (rural and urban) residential by: This paper uses data from two surveys conducted in Fujian Province in and to examine the recent situation and changes in the settlement intention of China's floating population and its determinants, and the diversification process of the floating population's migration by: There is a large amount of population moved from countryside to cities in China during its urbanization in the past two decades.

The majority of these people have no formal qualifications for city residency, and they are so-called ‘floating population’.Cited by: 2. The Continuing Rise of the Floating Population in China.

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Data from the Chinese Census show that China's floating population rose to million by This is roughly about 17% of China's population in In other words, about 17% of Chinese population resides in locations that they are not officially by: The situation of China’s ‘floating population’ is essential to understand; it plays a huge role in the everyday topics being discussed on Chinese social media, too.

Get on Amazon: China’s Urban Billion: The Story behind the Biggest Migration in Human History (Asian Arguments). China's floating population to hit million in report BEIJING - The number of floating people - those who left their places of origin to seek employment or education elsewhere - is expected to increase by 6 million annually in the next five years to hit million ina.

Inequality, Crime and the Floating Population in China Article in Asian Journal of Criminology 1(2) February with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Bythe size of China's floating population had grown to nearly 79 million, if that category is defined as migrants who moved between provinces or counties and resided at their destinations for six months or more.

Intra‐county floating migration is similarly large, contributing another 66 million to the size of the floating by: Floating population is a terminology used to describe a group of people who reside in a given population for a certain amount of time and for various reasons, but are not generally considered part of the official census count.

A population is usually broken down into two categories—the residents. While China's rural population has declined from some 80 per cent of the country's total population init still stands at about 65 to 70 per cent of nearly billion people, and economic projections indicate that China's cities and industrialized township areas will have a very hard time providing employment for such a huge reservoir of people 3 (The Christian Science Monitor 2 Jan.

; AFP 3. This book traces the profound With rapid commercialization, a booming urban economy, and the relaxation of state migration policies, over million peasants, known as China’s “floating population,” have streamed into large cities seeking employment and a better life/5.

China’s entire floating population of migrant workers reached a record million in Last year, it was estimated that Beijing numbered 20 million people. With rapid commercialization, a booming urban economy, and the relaxation of state migration policies, over million peasants, known as China s "floating population, have streamed into large.

It is indeed a remarkable piece of empirical research on China's "floating population" of urban migrants (or liudong renkou in Chinese). Zhang covers the issues of crime and punishment in Beijing by examining clandestine migrants' experience as they build a.

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Li ers in the City. Reconfigurations of Space, Power, and Social Networks within China's Floating rd, CA: Stanford University Press, xiv + pp.

4 maps, 20 illustrations, notes to chapters, glossary, bibliography, and index. $ (cloth), ISBN ; $ (paper), ISBN Floating population and migration in China. Hamburg: Institut für Asienkunde, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Scharping.

Changes in Floating Population Under HSR’s Influence Development of Hub Cities and Stations on China’s 4+4 HSR Network Development of Class-A HSR Stations—A Case Study of Shanghai Social Management of the Floating Population in HSR Hub Cities Conclusions.

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CHAPTER 3. This chapter uses data from the and population censuses to examine changing spatial and temporal patterns of China’s floating population and their implications for understanding internal migration in China.

The results suggest that the size of the floating population continued to increase with fast speed in the period between the two censuses, with coastal provinces Cited by: 2. Nadine Stijns, Floating population Fw:Books.Prima edizione Design a cura di Cobbenhagen Hendriksen Testi di Catherine Vuylsteke.

24 x 35 cm. 40 pagine, illustrazioni a colori, copertina morbida con sopraccoperta in plastica Lingua inglese, cinese. ISBN #. Despite the economic growth in China, the working conditions both the residents and immigrants have significantly deteriorated.

The article called China’s Floating Population provides an extensive and detailed analysis of the consequences of the country’s economic reformation with regard to the historical pre-conditions, current problems, and future perspectives for development 1.“The floating population leaves its rural origins: the mix of state and market,” chapter 3 of book manuscript draft, China's Floating Population, Yang, Dennis and Hao, Zhou, “Rural-urban disparity and sectoral labor allocation in China,” Research Papers in Asian Pacific Studies, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, The rate of urbanization and its implications in post‐Mao China have been underestimated in most recent studies on China’s urbanization as they have excluded the rising urban floating population.

Making use of recently available floating population survey data assesses the significance of China’s urban floating population and its socio‐economic consequences and suggests remedial Cited by: Along the way, we review some key empirical findings on China's floating population.

We also discuss factors that have affected recent trends and are likely to affect future trends in migration and the floating population. Beijing Statistical Bureau () Beijing Statistical Yearbook Cited by: Get this from a library. The floating population in China; an illustrated record of the junkmen and their boats on sea and river.

[G R G Worcester]. The Floating Population — Beijing, — In the early 80s, upon the opening up of China’s economy under Deng Xiaoping, farmers left their hometowns seeking work in China’s developing cities as a response to the resulting agricultural people from China’s vast rural areas are referred to as the ‘floating population’.

The demographics of China demonstrate a large population with a relatively small youth component, partially a result of China's one-child 's population reached 1 billion in As of NovemberChina's population stood at billion, the largest of any country in the ing to the census, % of the population was Han Chinese, and % were Growth rate: % ( est.) (th).The Rural Challenge In Post Reform China: The Floating Population.Start studying AP Comparative Government China.

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