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Webster, Chris

Marginalization in Urban China

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Fulong Wu, Chris Webster

Part I. Concept and Comparative Perspectives of Marginalization

2. Urban Inequality and Polarization
Chris Hamnett

3. Neoliberalism and the Urban Poor: A View from Latin America
Alan Gilbert

Part II. Property Rights and Marginalization in China

4. Entitlement to the Benefits of Urbanization: Comparing Migrant and Peri-urban ‘Peasants’
Chris Webster, Yanjing Zhao

5. Property Rights, Citizenship and the Making of the New Poor in Urban China
Fulong Wu

6. The Strength of Property Rights, Prospects for the Disadvantaged, and Constraints on the Actions of the Politically Powerful in Hong Kong and China
Alan Smart

7. Empowerment or Marginalization: Land, Housing and Property Rights in Poor Neighbourhoods
Hyun Bang Shin

Part III. Rural—Urban Migration and Marginalization

8. Rural—Urban Migration in China: Scale, Composition, Pattern and Deprivation
Athar Hussain, Youjuan Wang

9. Private Rental Housing in ‘Urban Villages’ in Shenzhen: Problems or Solutions?
Ya Ping Wang, Yanglin Wang, Jiansheng Wu

10. Chinese Urban Villages as Marginalized Neighbourhoods under Rapid Urbanization
Yuting Liu, Shenjing He

Part IV. Deprivation and Segregation

11. Multiple Deprivations in Urban China: An Analysis of Individual Survey Data
Yuan Yuan, Fulong Wu

12. Post-reform Residential Segregation in Three Chinese Cities: Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou
Zhigang Li, Fulong Wu

Part V. State Action

13. The Urban Dibao: Guarantee for Minimum Livelihood or for Minimal Turmoil?
Dorothy J. Solinger

14. State-funded Re-employment Training and Participation in Informal Employment in Tianjin
Bingqin Li, Huamin Peng

15. What Has Been Marginalized? Marginalization as the Constrained ‘Right to the City’ in Urban China
Fulong Wu, Chris Webster

Keywords: Political Science and International Relations, Political Economy, International Relations, Political Science, Asian Politics, Urban Studies/Sociology, Regional and Cultural Studies

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2010
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
International Political Economy Series
Page amount
329 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230299122
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-31512-3

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