Boundaries of Inequality: Perceptions of Distributive Justice among Urbanities, Migrants, and Peasants

@inproceedings{Feng2007BoundariesOI,
  title={Boundaries of Inequality: Perceptions of Distributive Justice among Urbanities, Migrants, and Peasants},
  author={Wang Chang Feng},
  year={2007}
}
Author(s): Feng, Wang | Abstract: How do the Chinese population interpret a socially segregated China that already has a half-century history? Moreover, to what extent do Chinese of different status perceive such a social reality in a similar or a dissimilar way? On top of the social and economic categories that are in existence, are there also corresponding mental categories that both reflect and cement the social divide? These are the main questions I attempt to address in this paper. I will… CONTINUE READING

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