Buy one country two societies rural urban inequality in contemporary china harvard contemporary china series on amazoncom free shipping on qualified orders. One country two societies rural urban inequality in contenzporary chinareports new research on the nature extent and sources of inequality between all things rural and urban in contemporary chinathis introductory essay explains why this volume and the conference on wllich it was based may have something new and important to say about the nature of the worlds most populous and dynamic . This timely and important collection of original essays analyzes chinas foremost social cleavage the rural urban gap it is now clear that the chinese communist revolution though professing dedication to an egalitarian society in practice created a rural order akin to serfdom in which 80 percent of the population was effectively bound to the land. Harvard contemporary china series harvard contemporary china series 16 one country two societies rural urban inequality in contemporary china edited by martin king whyte add to cart product details paperback 3400 o gbp2795 o eur3050 isbn 9780674036321 publication date 02 25 2010. Urban rural inequality exists in all developing countries however this problem is the most acute in china due to the hu kou literally household mouths registration system this system originated from the traditional chinese custom of counting family members based on the number of mouths that need to be fed
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