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Residential mobility and social capital in urban Shanghai

Gina Lai

Residential mobility and social capital in urban Shanghai

by Gina Lai

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Published by Centre for China Urban and Regional Studies, Hong Kong Baptist University in Hong Kong .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementGina Lai and Yat-Ming Siu.
SeriesOccasional paper -- no.12
ContributionsSiu, Yat-Ming., Hong Kong Baptist University. Centre for China Urban and Regional Studies.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19120696M
ISBN 109628804022
OCLC/WorldCa50167202

  Bourdieu: ‘Social capital is the ‘the aggregate of the actual or potential resources which are linked to possession of a durable network of more or less institutionalized relationships of mutual acquaintance and recognition’ (Bourdieu ). Coleman: ‘Social capital is defined by its function. It is not a single entity, but a variety of different entities, having two. This paper seeks to examine the ethnoreligious urban violence and residential mobility in the city of Kaduna with a view to make recommendations towards ameliorating its effects by evaluating the causal factors fueling the crisis and examining the pattern and direction of the residential mobility in the city. The sources of data were both primary and secondary.

tional basis of social solidarity (Ma, ; Wu, Xu, & Yeh, ). For example, the dismantlement of the work unit system has weakened the role of the state in urban residents’ social life (Huang, ), while the commodification of housing along with the surge of residential mobility has led to the rise of residential segregation and. With the increase in urbanization, intraurban residential mobility, which underlies urban growth and spatial restructuring, is gradually becoming an integral part of migration in China. However, little is known about the differences in residential mobility between locals and migrants, especially in urban areas in Northwest China. In this study, we aimed to fill this void by investigating the.

Description: The Asian Journal of Social Science is a principal outlet for scholarly articles on Asian societies published by the Department of Sociology, National University of provides a unique forum for theoretical debates and empirical analyses that move away from narrow disciplinary focus. It is committed to comparative research and articles that speak to cases beyond the. weakens civic engagement and social capital.” (Putnam, ). Some characteristics of urban settings that can deplete social capital stock are diversity, residential mobility, and migration by weakening the basis for cooperation in city neighborhoods (Montgomery, et al., 70).


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Abstract. Using survey data of Chinese adults residing in urban Shanghai, the present study investigates how residential moves are related to the contextual constraints, availability and mobilization of social capital for expressive by: Residential Mobility and Social Capital in Urban Shanghai* Gina Lai and Yat-Ming Siu Department of Sociology Hong Kong Baptist University Using survey data of Chinese adults residing in urban Shanghai, the present study investigates how residential moves are related to the contextual constraints, availability and.

The community-lost argument A4_f3_I 11/2/06 PM Page Residential Mobility and Social Capital in Urban Shanghai • (Bott, ; Faris and Dunham, ; Wirth, ) contends that urban- ization would increase residential mobility, heterogeneity of urban popula- tions and interactions in transitory and super fi cial roles.

Request PDF | Residential Mobility and Social Capital in Urban Shanghai | Using survey data of Chinese adults residing in urban Shanghai, the present study investigates how residential moves. Residential Mobility and Social Capital in Urban Shanghai Gina Lai & Yat-Ming Siu Department of Sociology, Hong Kong Baptist University Abstract The present study investigates how residential moves are related to the contextual constraints, availability, and mobilization of social capital.

Local social capital may deter residential mobility, because the resources stemming from them are location-specific and will be less valuable if a household moves. We conjecture that a household's possession of local social capital has a negative effect on its residential mobility, and this negative effect of local social capital may be.

The estimation results pertaining to local social capital’s effect on inter-county and intra- county mobility are presented in Table 7, which corresponds to a specification with cov(e jit, u it−1) negationslash= 0 and cov(e 1it,e 2it) = 0, implying the presence of cross-equation correlations between residential mobility and local social.

Under the danwei system, residential mobility was low. This can be explained by several factors. First, occupational mobility, the main factor of residential change, was very rare. Moreover, from in Shanghai, the average area of individual housing was less than 4 m².

Book. Mar ; Richard Alba; Residential Mobility and Social Capital in Urban Shanghai. Using survey data of Chinese adults residing in urban Shanghai, the present study investigates.

Residential Mobility and Urban Restructuring under Market Transition: A Study of Guangzhou, China. The Professional Geographer: Vol. 53, No. 2, pp. transformation of urban Shanghai, it argues that routine urban policies are insufcient for redeveloping the colonial and consumption of capital can be equally applied to the housing policies in contemporary China.

scholars paid attention to macro-scale residential mobility according to social capital and market equilibrium, etc Others. Downloadable. Empirical results based on individual-level data from Japan were studied to determine the effect of social capital on the willingness to leave one's residential area.

It was found that social capital accumulated through one's own experience in a residential area is not the only factor that reduces willingness to leave.

Social capital inherited from one's parents also negatively. Downloadable (with restrictions). This paper empirically investigates the role of social capital in households’residential mobility behavior by considering its spatial dimension. This study focuses on a household’s social ties with people living nearby, which we refer to as its “local social capital”.

Local social capital may deter residential mobility, because the resources stemming. The purpose of this study is to clarify the relationships among multi-functionality of urban agriculture, the creative classes (CCs) and social capital Shanghai in China.

To verify our three hypotheses, we introduced two methodologies of spatial econometrics analysis and structural equation modeling using published statistical data and authors’ original questionnaire survey data targeting at. Social Capital Residential Mobility Neighbourhood Level Place Attachment Neighbourhood Social Capital These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors.

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Urban Studies. Epub ahead of print 6 December. A recent book Socio-Economic Segregation in European Capital Cities (Routledge, ) found that levels of residential segregation are growing in Europe; rich and poor people are increasingly living separated in different neighbourhoods.

The rich define the new geography of cities because they can afford to buy houses in the best neighbourhoods.

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