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《City Planning Review》 2020-06
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A STUDY ON URBAN MIGRANTS' EMOTIONS AND PERCEIVED NEIGHBORHOOD LIFE IN CHINA:TAKING GUANGZHOU AS AN EXAMPLE

ZOU Xueping;XIE Bo;LI Zhigang;CHEN Hongsheng;LIU Ye;  
This paper uses data of first-hand questionnaires to study the mechanism of migrants’ emotions and their perceived neighborhood lives in Guangzhou.The study found that the negative emotion of migrants living in neighborhood of affordable housing was the highest,followed by urban village,danwei neighborhood,and then commercial housing neighborhood,and migrants in the collective-funded housing (jizifang) neighborhood showed the lowest negative emotion.The negative emotion of people in migrant neighborhoods is higher than those in the non-migrant neighborhoods.The study also found that,in terms of perceived neighborhood lives,neighborhood belonging and neighborhood mutual aid of migrants in non-migrant neighborhoods are better than those in migrant neighborhoods,while neighborhood communication and neighborhood trust of people in migrant neighborhoods are better than those in non-migrant neighborhoods.Specifically,their perceived "neighborhood belonging","neighborhood communication",and "neighborhood mutual aid" are negatively related with the negative emotions of migrants,while "interaction with the outsiders in the neighborhood" has a positive relation with their negative emotions.That is,emotional communication among migrants of the same neighborhood is prone to be influenced by "emotional transmission",and the "emotional resonance" with similar groups may not address their living challenges.In general,neighborhood perception in the new era is of great significance,and the emotional experience and emotional adaptation of urban immigrants have become an important issue to be concerned about in the process of new urbanization.
【Fund】: 国家自然科学基金项目(41771167)资助;; 国家重点研发计划“县域村镇空间发展智能化管控与功能提升规划技术研发”(2018YFD1100800)资助
【CateGory Index】: C924.2;D669.3
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