By C. Cindy Fan
China at the Move deals a brand new and extra thorough clarification of migration, which integrates wisdom from geography, inhabitants stories, sociology and politics; to aid us comprehend the tactics of social, political, and monetary swap linked to robust migration streams so necessary to chinese language development.
Using a wide physique of study, transparent and engaging illustrations (maps, tables, and charts) of findings in keeping with census, survey and box info, and chosen qualitative fabric reminiscent of migrants’ narratives, this publication offers an up to date, systematic, empirically wealthy, multifaceted and energetic research of migration in China.
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In addition to these criteria, villages were selected to represent areas of varied levels of economic development within the respective counties. In each of the villages, 15 return migrant households (households with one or more return migrants), five migrant households and five non-migrant households were randomly selected. The interviews took place in May and June of 1999. Again, the responses were transcribed verbatim and they are mostly more than 3,000 (Chinese) words long. While the narratives deal primarily with return migration, they also address various aspects of economic and social production in the countryside (NNJYZ 1999).
Should focus on its comparative advantage (Fan 1995). They also constitute a convenient regionalization scheme to describe the level and changes of regional inequality, which are important for understanding the spatial patterns of migration. 4 shows for all the provinces and regions their in-migration, outmigration and net migration according to the two censuses and their population and GDP per capita for 1988 and 1998 – the two mid-points of the census periods – and 2004. The migration data further confirm a considerable increase in interprovincial migration between the two censuses.
The terms are sometimes used to refer to temporary migration as a flow measure and sometimes used to refer to floating population as a stock measure. And, some researchers combine qianyi and liudong into liuqian, in order to include all persons who have moved, regardless of their hukou status. Other terms will not be introduced here, but suffice it to say that much caution is needed when interpreting terms and statistics concerning migration in China. In this book, I rely heavily on the 1990 and 2000 censuses and focus specifically on migration as a flow measure, including permanent migration and temporary migration.
China on the Move: Migration, the State, and the Household by C. Cindy Fan