11 edition of Movements, Migrants, Marginalisation found in the catalog.
July 31, 2007
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||226|
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Over the past few years, as conflicts involving migrant workers have become more and more frequent, the Chinese state has called for the protection of their rights, but with the effect of abetting the rise of social movements. New statements made by the state legitimated migrants’ claims. More aware of their rights, migrants, as never before gradually became attuned to their Cited by: 9. driven migrants and facing in general fewer entry restrictions—are more sensitive to natives’ hostility than other migrants. This chapter raises an important issue for policymakers when both the structural demand for skilled workers and natives’ hostility to immigrants are high. Indeed, in Author: Cédric Gorinas.
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