Do you feel accepted? Perceived acceptance and its spatially varying determinants of migrant workers among Chinese cities

Presentation in Mandarin; English PPT; bilingual Q&As

Attention to and investigation of the perceived acceptance of rural-urban migrants are crucial for understanding their subjective wellbeing, social integration, and living status in receiving cities in China and have pronounced academic and policy significance in the post-reform rapid-urbanisation era. Supported by a nationwide survey on the floating population, the article elaborates on the geography of migrant workers’ perceived acceptance and its spatially varying determinants.

Dr Hengyu Gu is currently a postdoctoral research associate at the Department of Geography and Resource Management, CUHK.