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Tremendous Changes: The End of Villages-A Study of Villages in the Center of Guangzhou City

Li Peilin  
This paper notes and makes an analysis of the end process of villages in Guangzhou, the quickly developed urban hub of South China. Using case studies the author finds that the end of the villages is very difficult because of, on the one hand, the mode of life, the occupational changes of the peasants and the Chinese household registration system, and on the other hand, changes in property rights and in social networks. The author employs a model to understand the general transformation of the villages in the end process, and to simulate theoretically the complete process of the industrialization and the urbanization of the villages since the reform in China.
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