Migrant housing in the third world. by Jane M. Stanley

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Published by University of Glasgow. Centre for Urban and Regional Research in Glasgow .

Written in English

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SeriesUrban and regional discussion papers -- 35
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Open LibraryOL20910950M

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Introduction Restrictions on temporary migration to China’s cities were formally lifted in and. The author addresses two key questions: what access migrants have to urban housing and how migrant housing conditions compare with those of the locals.

The main findings are based on citywide housing surveys and interviews conducted in Shanghai and Cited by:   Goldstein, S,“The impact of temporary migration on urban places: Thailand and China as case studies”, in Third World Cities: Problems, Policies, and Prospects Eds Kasarda, J D, Parnell, A M (Sage, Newbury Park, CA) pp – Cited by: This book probes into the spatial mobility of migrant workers in Beijing, and questions the city 'rights' issues beneath the city-making movement in contemporary China.

In revealing and explaining the socio-spatial injustice, this volume re-theorizes the 'right to the city' in the Chinese context since Deng Xiaoping's : Ran Liu. Bryan Bell, the founder of Design Corps, who has been doing migrant housing for twelve years, was also featured in Metropolis back inwhen he spoke about the process.

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Chapter 3, "Importing the Third World," addresses the poor immigrant worker In Chapter 4, we are introduced to several families of migrant farm workers as Shipler effectively describes the inadequacy of housing, wages, and health care they encounter. Migrant Labor Housing Program.

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