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Gender and Employment in Rural China
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Jing Song
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Jing Song
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With China's rapid advancements in urbanization and industrialization, there has been significant labor movement away from agriculture in the rural regions. Using four village case studies, Song examines how this restructuring process affects the rural population.

Much of her research is centered on their various perceptions and reactions towards the market reforms. How are their lives reshaped through the employment transition? Along with the changes of family life and the diversification of development models, how do an individual's gender and background play a role in determining employment? These are the broad questions that Song addresses through detailed analysis of four different villages, in light of China's move towards decentralization of its rural economy.

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Publisher
Taylor and Francis
Year
2017
ISBN
9781317425953
Topic
Social Sciences
Subtopic
Regional Studies
Edition
1

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