Changing neighbourhood cohesion under the impact of urban redevelopment : a case study of Guangzhou , China

@inproceedings{Liu2016ChangingNC,
  title={Changing neighbourhood cohesion under the impact of urban redevelopment : a case study of Guangzhou , China},
  author={Yuqi Liu and Fulong Wu and Ye Liu and Zhigang Li},
  year={2016}
}
Large-scale urban redevelopment has caused the breakdown of traditional social bonds in Chinese cities. To date, very few studies have attempted to delve into the impact of this urban redevelopment on neighbourhood cohesion. Using data collected from questionnaires conducted in 20 urban villages and 1 urban village redevelopment neighbourhood in Guangzhou, this paper examines the impact of urban village redevelopment on the restructuring of neighbourhood attachment, neighbourly interaction, and… CONTINUE READING

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