On the Move: Women and Rural-to-Urban Migration in Contemporary China
Columbia University Press, Aug 21, 2012 - Social Science - 368 pages
This book explores the impact of migration on the identities, values, worldviews, and social positions of migrant women in contemporary China based on original fieldwork as well as in-depth research in multiple regions of China.
Arianne M. Gaetano; Binbin Lou, Zhenzhen Zheng, Rachel Connelly, Kenneth D. Roberts; C. Cindy Fan; Lin Tan and Susan E. Short; Louise Beynon; Rachel Murphy; Tamara Jacka; Tamara Jacka and Arianne M. Gaetano; Tiantian Zheng; Translations Tamara Jacka and Song Xianlin; Wanning Sun
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On the Move: Women and Rural-to-urban Migration in Contemporary China
Arianne M. Gaetano,Tamara Jacka
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