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The Community Fusion Of Floating Population Of Urban Ethnic Minorities Under The Perspective Of Social Exclusion

Posted on:2014-04-21Degree:MasterType:Thesis
Country:ChinaCandidate:Y ZhuFull Text:PDF
GTID:2267330422957423Subject:Social work
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With the accelerated process of urbanization in China, many floating population fromrural and ethnic minority areas are moving to urban mobility. Minority Floating Population,though not as many as Han, but it is a group which can not be ignored. Their particularcustoms, values, behavior and competitive employment skills make them be in a weakposition in the modern city.At the same time, the household registration system and associated variety employmentand social security system, rejected by enterprises and public in employment and life.discriminatory attitudes and behavior on Floating Minority Population residents in ctycommunity, which are intertwined dissatisfaction, resentment and other factors of integrationof floating population to the community residents, increase the complexity of ethnic relationsin cities and urban management difficulty. Therefore, research on integration of floatingpopulation of urban minority community has important practical significance.This paper analyzes community integration of Minority Floating Population from theperspective of social exclusion. Through questionnaire survey, social exclusion theory as thetheoretical support, the author did empirical research on the status and influencing factors ofrejection of Minority Floating Population in Wuhan.The paper set up integrated communitymodel which can promote inclusive development of Minority Floating Population and urbancommunity residents from structural, functional and professional point.The aim is to provideareference for the government to improve policy and implementation measures.Part Ⅰ is an introduction.In this part the author firstly makes an introduction anddescription of social background of community integration of Minority Floating Population,research topics and research significance;Secondly, a comprehensive and systematic combingin the concept of social exclusion,the research literature on community integration ofMinority Floating Population.are reviewed and discussed;In addition, the author describes thecontent and design of this study.Part Ⅱ is about the rejection status of community integration of Minority FloatingPopulation. the cases in economic, political, cultural relevant aspects, social relations andpublic services have been described by specific data. Part Ⅲ is analysis about influencing factors of rejection of Minority Floating Populationfrom the perspective of social exclusion.In this part, the rejection influence is discussed fromtwo aspects,one is structural social exclusion, the other one is functional social exclusion.Part Ⅳ is investigation of integrated community model which can promote inclusivedevelopment of Minority Floating Population and urban community residents.In this part,integrated community model and operational recommendations are set up from structural,functional and professional aspect.In this paper, the innovation lies in:Firstly, the author do the research from perspective ofcommunity integration.The limitations and problems in urban survival and development arediscussed and Combined with community residents attitudes and behavior expectations fromstructural, functional and professional point.This poit is full of academicinnovation.Secondly,urban community residents are used as research subjects expand thescope and content of the research.which also make research more in-depth, more specific,more rigorous, more scientific.Thirdly, research subjects Contain Minority FloatingPopulation can provide a reference for the Floating Urban Minorities management andservice.To some extent,it promote the science of government policies andservices.Far-reaching significance of this research is making efforts to achieve urban and ruralconstruction of harmonious society.
Keywords/Search Tags:Social exclusion, Minority floating population, Community integration
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