Analysis of the Risk Factors on Chinese Korean Migration
Humanities and Social Sciences
Volume 3, Issue 5, September 2015, Pages: 280-285
Received: Dec. 2, 2015;
Published: Dec. 3, 2015
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Zhang Jingyue, Northeast Asian Studies Academy of Jilin University, Changchun, Jilin, China
Yang Xue, Northeast Asian Studies Academy of Jilin University, Changchun, Jilin, China
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Since the fifth population census, the number of Chinese Korean population has declined for more than 10 years.And the number of Chinese Korean at their main settelments in northeast of China has declined for more than 20 years.The main reason for the phenomenon of Chinese Korean population`s negative growth is migration.Domestic migration leads to the decline of Chinese Korean population in northeast of China, and cross-border migration gives rise to the negative growth of Chinese Koreans allover of China. Chinese Korean migration affected the economic and society of their settelments. Many Chinese Koreans went to the coastal cities of China after the reform and open-up policy, and the number of Chinese Korean women who married with Koreans is increasing. The data sources of this paper are population census data and a survey concerning the migrated population conducted in minority areas in 2012 by ChineseNational Population and Family Planning Commission.We analyze the risk factors through descriptive statistical analysis and Logistic regressions. The results suggest that the risk of female migration is higher than male; the main migrants focus on the ages of 31-50;the migration tendency of single people is greater than people have married; Migration tendency increase with educational degree;population with medium educational degree prefer cross-border migration, and people with high educational degree prefer migration in domestic;migration tendency of people with agriculture household is higher than non-agriculture.
Migration, Chinese Korean, Out-Migration, Negative Growth
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Analysis of the Risk Factors on Chinese Korean Migration, Humanities and Social Sciences.
Vol. 3, No. 5,
2015, pp. 280-285.