Hintergründe der Proletarisierung und Klassenneuzusammensetzung in China

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As a result of its open-door policies and 30 years of reform, China has become the “world’s factory” and given rise to a new working class of rural migrant workers. This process has underlain a path of (semi-)proletarianization of Chinese peasant-workers: now the second generation is experiencing dagong, working for a boss, in industrialized towns and cities. Drawing on workers’ narratives and ethnographic studies in Shenzhen and Dongguan between 2005 and 2008, this study focuses on the subjective experiences of the second generation of dagongmei / dagongzai (female migrant workers / male migrant workers), who have developed new for
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