Proceedings of the 2016 6th International Conference on Mechatronics, Computer and Education Informationization (MCEI 2016)

Study on the Urban Integration by Rural Minority Migrants in Xinjiang -Taking Urumqi as an example

Authors
Zhibin Fu, Shaohua Yan
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Zhibin Fu
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https://doi.org/10.2991/mcei-16.2016.284How to use a DOI?
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Minorities;Rural migrants;Metropolises
Abstract
Accompanied with the rapid economic development, in Xinjiang, more and more rural minority migrants (abbr. "Migrants") moved to metropolises within the Autonomous Region. The Migrants, on one hand, provided great energies to the urban development, however, they became the main target by infiltrating the extreme religious ideology, brought negative impacts to the urban social stability. To solve this problem, the urban governments not only needed to strengthen their social comprehensive managing abilities, but also to provide kinds of social services, such as solving Migrants' living worries, improving official service capacities, promoting the "Family Culture" construction in Communities, in order to facilitate urban daily living, contacting and mingling between Migrants and natives, changing Migrants' traditional employment ideas, and improving their employment abilities.Accompanied with the rapid economic development, in Xinjiang, more and more rural minority migrants (abbr. "Migrants") moved to metropolises within the Autonomous Region. The Migrants, on one hand, provided great energies to the urban development, however, they became the main target by infiltrating the extreme religious ideology, brought negative impacts to the urban social stability. To solve this problem, the urban governments not only needed to strengthen their social comprehensive managing abilities, but also to provide kinds of social services, such as solving Migrants' living worries, improving official service capacities, promoting the "Family Culture" construction in Communities, in order to facilitate urban daily living, contacting and mingling between Migrants and natives, changing Migrants' traditional employment ideas, and improving their employment abilities.Accompanied with the rapid economic development, in Xinjiang, more and more rural minority migrants (abbr. "Migrants") moved to metropolises within the Autonomous Region. The Migrants, on one hand, provided great energies to the urban development, however, they became the main target by infiltrating the extreme religious ideology, brought negative impacts to the urban social stability. To solve this problem, the urban governments not only needed to strengthen their social comprehensive managing abilities, but also to provide kinds of social services, such as solving Migrants' living worries, improving official service capacities, promoting the "Family Culture" construction in Communities, in order to facilitate urban daily living, contacting and mingling between Migrants and natives, changing Migrants' traditional employment ideas, and improving their employment abilities.
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December 2016
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978-94-6252-282-4
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1951-6851
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