China's Minorities on the Move Selected Case Studies

Annotation The movement of Han Chinese into minority regions has been a long standing pattern in China. However, China's minorities have only recently begun to move in significant numbers, motivated by economic, social, and political factors.This book looks at how current changes in China are a...

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Other Authors: Iredale, Robyn R. (Editor)
Bilik, Naran
(Editor)

Fei, Guo
(Editor)
Format: Book Electronic
Language:English
Published:New York : Routledge Feb. 2003 Florence : Taylor & Francis Group [Distributor]
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Table of Contents:
  • Tables and Figures
  • Acknowledgements
  • Foreward / Dru C. Gladney
  • Acknowledgements
  • I. Introduction
  • 1. Overview of Minority Migration
  • 2. Minority Movement and Education
  • II. Inner Mongolia
  • 3. Contemporary Mongolian Population Distribution, Migration, Cultural Change and Identity
  • 4. Ethnic Groups in Hohhot: Migration, Settlement and Inter-group Exchanges
  • III. Xinjiang
  • 5. Impacts of Migration to Xinjiang Since the 1950s
  • 6. Population Distribution and Relations between Ethnic Groups in the Kashgar Region, Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region
  • 7. Uyghur Movement within Xinjiang and its Ethnic Identity and Cultural Implications
  • IV. Contexts and Patterns of Migration
  • 8. Ethnic Minority Labor Out-migrants from Guizhou Province and Its Impacts on Sending Areas
  • 9. Socio-economic Impacts of Uyghur Movement to Beijing
  • The Editors and Contributors
  • Index

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