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Further reading and online resources

Murphy, Rachel (ed./2009), Labour Migration and Social Development in Contemporary China, London: Routledge.

Pun, Ngai/Ching, Kwan Lee et al. (2010), Aufbruch der zweiten Generation. Wanderarbeit, Gender und Klassenzusammensetzung in China, Berlin: Assoziation A.

Schnack, Hans-Christian (2010), ‘Schulbildung für Migrantenkinder in der VR China. Zwischen staatlicher Ausgrenzung und privaten Alternativen’, Berliner China-Studien, no.49, Münster: lit Verlag.

China Labour Bulletin:
www.clb.org.hk

Culture and art museum of Chinese rural-urban migrants in Beijing
www.dagongwenhua.org.cn

Gongchao [strike movement]: website on class conflict in China
www.gongchao.org

This text is part of the policy brief on "Internal Migration in China – Opportunity or Trap?".


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