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Unpublished manuscript recording observations between the years 1937-1940 of marine animal and plant life attached to buoys in waters surrounding Cape Cod, Martha"s Vineyard, and Nantucket Island. Done while author was in residence at MBL.
|Other titles||Buoy collecting - 1937-1940|
|Statement||by George M. Gray|
|Contributions||Marine Biological Laboratory|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||83 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||83|
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Our floating population: buoy collecting Item Preview Our Our floating population book population: buoy collecting by Gray, George M; Marine Biological Laboratory. Publication date This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library.
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The Floating Population — Beijing, — In the early 80s, upon the opening up of China’s economy under Deng Xiaoping, farmers left their hometowns seeking work in China’s developing cities as a response to the resulting agricultural people from China’s vast rural areas are referred to as the ‘floating population’.
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Strangers in the City has been called a significant contribution to our understanding of power structures in China. It is indeed a remarkable piece of empirical research on China's "floating population" of urban migrants (or liudong renkou in Chinese).
Zhang covers the issues of crime and punishment in Beijing by examining clandestine migrants. Inequality, Crime and the Floating Population in China Article in Asian Journal of Criminology 1(2) February with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
The Floating Lives is a movie based on a short story by Nguyen Ngoc Tu in Vietnam, the movie and the novel have the same name - Endless Fields (Vietnamese: Cánh đồng bất tận). It generated revenues of 17 billion VND in (around US$ million).Music by: Nguyen Quoc Trung. According to the results of our preliminary survey, the prevalence of induced abortion among the floating population is approximately 20%.
Using alpha = (bilateral), beta =and design efficiency =this study determined that a minimum sample size of would be needed to conduct a study that was accurate and sufficiently Author: Xing Wang, Junqing Wu, Yuyan Li, Ying Zhou, Yiran Li, Rui Zhao, Qi Tong, Mingzhong Luo.
What is the “daily floating population” of these cities a. “Daily Floating Population” of and a Municipalities. Members of the floating population frequently move back and forth between country and city and come and go with the seasons.
(Dorothy J. Solinger,pp. 15–23) China’s entire floating population of migrant workers reached a record million in The pronoun "I" is the first word of both Gang Leader for a Day and his new book, Floating City.
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Perhaps this measure's greatest significance lay in its implicit recognition that thecoming of peasants to towns was now a fact of life, and, thereby, tacitly legitimized the indefinite presence of peasants in cities of all sizes.
It created aCited by: Our survey results show that nearly 80% of the respondents had monthly income below Yuan, and % of the respondents had monthly income of only – Yuan. 5 In fact, it was reported that the national average of the floating population's wage level was only Yuan per year inlower than the average per capita consumption Cited by: From its inception, one of our primary goals at Midwest Float has been to give back to our community.
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China’s “floating population” of rural migrants now stands in excess of m, but the hukou system remains a significant barrier to migration. If. At the heart of it is a textbook book that Holdren co-wrote in with the famous neo-Malthusians Paul and Anne Ehrlich.
Quotations from the book about coercive population control have been floating around the Internet for a while, but it's only in the last week or so that they've really broken through. With rapid commercialization, a booming urban economy, and the relaxation of state migration policies, over million peasants, known as China's "floating population," have streamed into large cities seeking employment and a better life.
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Table 2 shows the medical insurance coverage of our senior floating population sample. Most notably, more than half fall into the category BMISURR (other place) (%), while the proportion of BMISUE (place of settlement) is the lowest, only %.
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Impact of Floating Population The term floating population refers to the rural migrants who have left their villages to move to China's cities in order to make more money. This has led to the creation of slums, an increase in crime, greater inequality, and tension between migrants and urban inhabitants.
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With rapid commercialization, a booming urban economy, and the relaxation of state migration policies, over million peasants, known as China’s “floating population,” have streamed into large cities seeking employment and a better life.
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