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《China Rural Survey》 2009-02
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The Logic of Peasant’s Work in the City and the Path of Chinese Urbanization

He Xuefeng & Dong Leiming  
The peasants who go out to work have two kinds of huge different logic. One is to get income to maintain dignity family life in the countryside. And the peasants get the fund because of the outflow of labor, which formalizes the countryside’s prosperous. The other is to get the income for living in the city, or get the capital for getting away from the rural area. The countryside which streams labor but doesn’t get the work income becomes depression. The changing from the first kind of logic of peasants who go out to work toward the second logic is inevitable. However, if the government doesn’t considerate city’s ability absorbing labors, while encourages the peasants go into city to buy houses, even allows peasants to sell or exchange their land to obtain the fund for buying houses, which will lead a large number of rural population that is over new employment opportunities in the city, thus, which will reduce the peasants’ life quality and make city lose elasticity on employment. Therefore, this situation will endanger the modernization program in China.
【CateGory Index】: F249.2
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