3 edition of Left-behind children in rural China found in the catalog.
Left-behind children in rural China
Includes bibliographical references (p. -425) and index.
|Statement||[editors:] Ye Jingzhong, James Murray, Wang Yihuan.|
|Contributions||Ye, Jingzhong., Murray, James., Wang, Yihuan.|
|LC Classifications||HV800.C6 G7513 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 425 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||425|
|LC Control Number||2009374693|
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Left-Behind Children in Rural China (The Impact of Change in Modern China) [Jingzhong, Ye, Murray, James, Yihuan, Wang] on FREE shipping on qualifying Authors: Ye Jingzhong, James Murray, Wang Yihuan.
The Educational Hopes and Ambitions of Left-Behind Children in Rural China book. An Ethnographic Case Study. By Yang Hong. Edition 1st Edition. First Published Left-behind children in rural China: impact study of rural labor migration on left-behind children in mid-west China Ye Jingzhong, James Murray, Wang.
Chapter 1 explains the institutional background to the phenomenon of left-behind children in rural China, how these children are represented in the media and Author: Rachel Murphy.
The book studies the educational needs of two disadvantaged groups of children in China (left-behind children in rural areas and migrant children in urban.
In China, massive rural-urban migration has driven the number of children left behind in rural areas up to 61 million, accounting for 38 of children in Cited by: In China in over million rural migrants worked away from their home villages, fuelling the country's rapid economic boom.
In the s over sixty-one Author: Rachel Murphy. On the flip side of Chinas economic miracle are the 69 million "left-behind" children of rural families, whose parents are away earning money in distant ted Reading Time: 8 mins.
It is estimated that there are in China more than 61 million left-behind children, about one-fifth of the children in China, 40 percent of whom are under age Estimated Reading Time: 5 mins. Lifestyle; Real Life Left-behind children forced to fend for themselves. IN THE depths of China, youll find a whole generation of dirt-poor children left.
Book Description. This monograph highlights the educational experiences of rural children who are 'left behind' by their migrant worker parents in China.
Due to social transformation in China, more thanpeople are migrating within the country. Many parents are forced to leave their children behind when Cited by: The Educational Hopes and Ambitions of Left-Behind Children in Rural China: An Ethnographic Case Study (China Perspectives) [Hong, Yang] on : Left-Behind Children in Rural China (The Impact of Change in Modern China) () by Jingzhong, Ye; Murray, James; Yihuan, Wang and a.
In China today, there are an estimated 61 million children that have been separated from their parents - the so-called left-behind children of China.
As one Author: Juntao Lyu. Via an ethnographic and qualitative case study of a rural school in southwest China, the author presents the real lives of these disadvantaged children along with. According to its most recent definition, the term Left-Behind Children (LBC), also known as liu-shou-er-tong, refers to rural hukou 1 children or young people Cited by: 9.
Chinas left-behind villages and the people in them. Society Culture. Overburdened grandparents, children who dont see their parents, workers straining to make. Left-Behind Children in Rural China by Jingzhong Ye,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
Thanks to your support, Save the Children is working to improve basic education in rural China, where often-profoundly distressed children are left behind at. Type: BOOK - Published: - Publisher: Paths International Ltd Get BOOK This ground breaking work is the result of research by Plan International China.
Books Arts. Reviews. Film; Television; Left-Behind Children of China's Migrant Workers Bear Grown-Up Burdens China-Like millions of children in. Left-behind children refer to rural children under 18 who are left at home when both or one of their parents migrate to urban area for work.
Across China, as Author: Janice Hua Xu. Unforgotten: A Generation Left Behind documents the condition of left behind children in rural China.
Commonly defined as children living in rural areas. The Chinese study of found that, as a proportion of all left-behind children, the number of under-fives had grown from 30 in to 40 in Many are.
Recent news article about rural school drop outs in China. Recent news article about left-behind migrant children. In recent years, however, the government has. China represents an emblematic case where massive ruralurban migration has resulted in an estimated 41 million children aged 18 years or younger who were left Cited by: 3.
Culture Society. The Children of Chinas Great Migration Rachel Murphy. Drawing on long-term fieldwork in eastern China, Rachel Murphy examines how the mass. China in One Village, Liang Hongs bestseller on rural Chinese life that pioneered a trend of non-fiction exploring identity and place in China, receives the.
Chang H, Dong X, Macphail F () Labor Migration and Time Use Patterns of the Left-behind Children and Elderly in Rural China. World Dev [. For China's 'Left-Behind Kids,' A Free Lunch Shocked by the poverty he saw on a reporting trip, a Chinese journalist set up a program to provide meals to 25, poor.
The story of China's left-behind children. More than 60 million Chinese children, or one in every four, are left behind in rural areas with their parents forced Author: Nicola Davison.
Without effectively addressing the problems facing left-behind children and providing for the needs of rural youths, the vaunted Chinese Dream will remain Estimated Reading Time: 5 mins.
Scott ration by Kate Copeland Q: In your book, Invisible China, you paint a stark portrait of rural China and those left behind in the countrys. A national survey of the nutritional status of rural left-behind children under 7 years old was conducted among left-behind children and Cited by: 3.
In China, three out of every four children grow up in rural areas. What happens to them matt ers deeply for China and the world.
REAP aims to help China's. The number of left-behind children in rural China who told researchers gathering data for a survey that at least one of their parents was dead substantially.
"Left-behind children" is a phenomenon in China which refers to the growing number of youth who are left in rural communities while their parents relocate to. In China, the number of left-behind wives in rural areas has reached 47 million.
Left-behind wives might have more psychological stress and lower life quality.