Since 30 years China has been experiencing huge transformations of its political economic and social regime. The impacts of these changes are not limited to the nation level. On the opposite, the introduction of capitalism and its consequences on the welfare regime play a major role in the emergence of a new migration flux linking northern Chinese cities to the Parisian region. Based on migrant’s retrospective testimonies on their living conditions in China before they left the country, this presentation will highlight how these social change have shaped this migration flux and its atypical composition.
This lecture is part of the seminar "Capitalism, Welfare Regime and Intimate Sphere: Theory of Human Reproduction in Mature Societies in Europe and East Asia".
, Anthropologie Politiques publiques
, Politiques sociales
, Protection sociale
, Rurales (études)
, Transnationales Asie
, Asie orientale