Mobility patterns of floating population and their social protection: Moving from 'urban inclusion' to 'social inclusion'
Based on a survey of the floating population and subsequent in-depth interviews in Fuzhou City, China, this paper examines the complexity and diversity of mobility patterns of the floating population and its implications for their social protection in China. The results show that while a small proportion of the floating population want to settle down in the cities, a substantial proportion of them will return to their hometowns or remain mobile in the near future; and that members of the...[Show more]
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|Source:||Dili Kexue (Scientia Geographica Sinica)|
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