A Survey on Floating Population Migration Process under the New Urbanization
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- New urbanization; floating population; migration process; urban scale; social integration; Guangzhou; Liannan
To understand the migration process of the New Urbanization, this survey takes a total of 1827 floating population in Guangzhou and Liannan as examples, systematically analyzing the features of localization and hollowing, the choices of migration and the factors which influence population floating, further trying to put forward a research framework of China’s floating population suiting for the new period. The results illustrate that: 1) Floating population of Guangzhou shows the monotonous character of information channel, family composition and social network, which makes the difficulties of their social integration. 2) The degree of hollowing in Liannan is serious and the interest allocation mechanism of rural household is the key factor to influence migration intention. 3) Floating population in two places both presents the same patterns that they continually migrate to higher level urban, which is mainly affected by economic factors. More than 50% of respondents has a tendency to move back, whose main destination is the city with a population of 0.5-1 million. 4) Choices of migration, urbanization and social integration jointly constitute the research framework of floating population in the new period. On the basis of the above findings, we propose the relative development strategies due to the different urban scale.
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TY - CONF AU - Xinjian Li AU - Miaoxi Zhao AU - Haitao Liu AU - Mengdi Wu PY - 2016/05 DA - 2016/05 TI - A Survey on Floating Population Migration Process under the New Urbanization BT - Proceedings of the 2nd International Symposium on Social Science (ISSS 2016) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 344 EP - 349 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/isss-16.2016.81 DO - 10.2991/isss-16.2016.81 ID - Li2016/05 ER -