Hui people in Xinjiang A number of ethnic groups within China, as well as people elsewhere with ancestry in the region, may be referred to as Chinese people. In addition, the YiTujiaTibetans and Mongols each number populations between six and nine million. The People's Republic of China PRC officially recognizes 56 distinct ethnic groups, many of whom live in the special administrative regions of the country.
Additional Information In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content: In addition, the rights and interests given to the workers by the restructuring policies lag behind the restructuring practice.
These social research Vol Spring rights and interests have been eroded by the policy implementers in the course of execution, thus triggering intense indignation that has finally evolved into recurring collective actions that are, in fact, the cry of workers who are being marginalized.
This paper is divided into four parts. Han Dongfang has interviewed hundreds of workers by telephone since and the records of approximately such telephone interviews some of which have been transcribed have been broadcast on Radio Free Asia and are also published on the China Labour Bulletin website http: They also reveal the deep-seated cause of the collective labor actions that have taken place in the course of restructuring.
The reform is intended to lead either to the strategic retreat of the state-owned economy by turning small and medium-size SOEs over to private management by means of sales, transfer, or a jointstock system or If you would like to authenticate using a different subscribed institution that supports Shibboleth authentication or have your own login and password to Project MUSE, click 'Authenticate'.
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