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Take a look at this free access article by Mingjie Sheng, Chaolin Gu, &Weiping Wu from our new Special Issue, available to read and download now!

This article can be found in the Special Issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Rural Migrants in Transitional Chinese Cities: Marginality, Agency, and Social Justice. This article currently has free access and is available to read and download. To move or to stay in a migrant enclave in Beijing: The role of neighborhood… Continue reading Take a look at this free access article by Mingjie Sheng, Chaolin Gu, &Weiping Wu from our new Special Issue, available to read and download now!

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Available now for download! A new article from our Special Issue regarding the social integration of Chinese migrant workers, by Ming Tian, Zheng Tian, &Wei Sun

This article can be found in the Special Issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Rural Migrants in Transitional Chinese Cities: Marginality, Agency, and Social Justice. This article currently has free access and is available to read and download. The impacts of city-specific factors on social integration of Chinese migrant workers: A study using… Continue reading Available now for download! A new article from our Special Issue regarding the social integration of Chinese migrant workers, by Ming Tian, Zheng Tian, &Wei Sun

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Take a look at this free access article by Junxi Qian & Junwan’guo Guo from our new Special Issue, available to read and download now!

This article can be found in the Special Issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Rural Migrants in Transitional Chinese Cities: Marginality, Agency, and Social Justice. This article currently has free access and is available to read and download. Migrants on exhibition: The emergence of migrant worker museums in China as a neoliberal experiment… Continue reading Take a look at this free access article by Junxi Qian & Junwan’guo Guo from our new Special Issue, available to read and download now!

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Take a look at this free access article by Kun Wan & Shenjing He from our new Special Issue, available to read and download now!

This article can be found in the Special Issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Rural Migrants in Transitional Chinese Cities: Marginality, Agency, and Social Justice. This article currently has free access and is available to read and download. Unraveling the marginalization of new generation peasant workers in China: Cultural reproduction and symbolic construction,… Continue reading Take a look at this free access article by Kun Wan & Shenjing He from our new Special Issue, available to read and download now!

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Enjoy temporary free access of our new Special Issue, Rural Migrants in Transitional Chinese Cities: Marginality, Agency, and Social Justice

This Special Issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs presents a set of articles regarding rural migrants in transitional Chinese cities, with a focus on marginality, agency, and social justice. . Below you will find the table of contents and links to the eight articles in the issue. All articles currently have free access and… Continue reading Enjoy temporary free access of our new Special Issue, Rural Migrants in Transitional Chinese Cities: Marginality, Agency, and Social Justice

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Curious about market competition in public school systems? Take a look at this article by Stephanie Farmer, Chris D. Poulos, & Ashley Baber

Please enjoy the following article from the Journal of Urban Affairs, available online. Challenging the market logic of school choice: A spatial analysis of charter school expansion in Chicago, by Stephanie Farmer, Chris D. Poulos, & Ashley Baber Abstract: Corporate education reformers take for granted that market competition in the public schools system will improve education conditions. We… Continue reading Curious about market competition in public school systems? Take a look at this article by Stephanie Farmer, Chris D. Poulos, & Ashley Baber

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Interested in suburban redevelopment? Take a look at this article by Willow S. Lung-Amam, available online now!

Please enjoy the following article from the Journal of Urban Affairs, available online. Surviving suburban redevelopment: Resisting the displacement of immigrant-owned small businesses in Wheaton, Maryland, by Willow S. Lung-Amam Abstract: In the past several decades, the suburbs of many U.S. metropolitan regions have seen rising levels of poverty, immigration, and racial and ethnic diversity.… Continue reading Interested in suburban redevelopment? Take a look at this article by Willow S. Lung-Amam, available online now!

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Check out this article, available online now! Speculators and specters: Diverse forms of second homeowner engagement in Boston, Massachusetts by Meaghan Stiman

Please enjoy the following article from the Journal of Urban Affairs, available online prior to print. Speculators and specters: Diverse forms of second homeowner engagement in Boston, Massachusetts, by Meaghan Stiman Abstract: Drawing on interview data with second homeowners, this article identifies and explains diverging modes of second homeowner engagement in Boston, Massachusetts. Though recent… Continue reading Check out this article, available online now! Speculators and specters: Diverse forms of second homeowner engagement in Boston, Massachusetts by Meaghan Stiman

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Interested in the Formation of Urban Cultural Policy? Take a look at this article by Xu Zhang & Kunlun Chen!

Please enjoy the following article from the Journal of Urban Affairs, available online prior to print. Which scale matters? Rethinking cultural industry development policies from a city network perspective, by Xu Zhang & Kunlun Chen Abstract: Current policy interventions in cultural industries tend to be highly localized and dominated by a cluster agenda. This article provides… Continue reading Interested in the Formation of Urban Cultural Policy? Take a look at this article by Xu Zhang & Kunlun Chen!