Sisters and Sojourners: Stories of Rural Women in Urban China

  • Jacka, Tamara (PI)

    Project: Research

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    Description

    A large increase in unofficial rural to urban migration has been one of the most significant aspects of social change in China in the last two decades. This project aims to advance our understanding of this phenomenon through a study of rural Chinese women's experiences of migration to the city, and in particular, the effects of migration upon their sense of identity, worldview and relationships with others. The project will involve ethnographic fieldwork, centring on the collection and analysis of rural migrant women's life stories. It will result in the publication of a book and three scholarly articles.
    StatusFinished
    Effective start/end date14/11/0231/12/02

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