労働移民による中国農村地域の変化<br>How Migrant Labor is Changing Rural China (Cambridge Modern China Series)

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労働移民による中国農村地域の変化
How Migrant Labor is Changing Rural China (Cambridge Modern China Series)

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 306 p.
  • 言語 ENG
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基本説明

Examines the changing effects of labor migration on the countryside of post-Mao China.

Full Description

One of the most dramatic and noticeable changes in China since the introduction of economic and social reforms in the early 1980s has been the mass migration of peasants from the countryside to urban areas across the country. Murphy's in-depth fieldwork in rural China offers a rich basis for her findings about the impact of migration on many aspects of rural life: inequality; the organization of agricultural production; land transfers; livelihood diversification; spending patterns; house-building; marriage; education; the position of women; social stability; and state-society relations. Her analysis focuses on the human experiences and strategies that precipitate shifts in national and local policies for economic development, and the responses of migrants, non-migrants, and officials to changing circumstances, obstacles and opportunities. This pioneering study is rich in original source materials and anecdotes, as well as useful, comparative examples from other developing countries.

Contents

Introduction; 1. Values, goals and resources; 2. China, Jiangxi and the fieldwork counties; 3. Resource redistribution and inequality; 4. Migration, remittances and goals; 5. Recruiting returnees to build enterprises and towns; 6. The enterprises and the entrepreneurs; 7. Entrepreneurs, socio-economic change, and interactions with the state; 8. Returning home with heavy hearts and empty pockets; Conclusion.