The Group Differentiation of Farmers Whose Land is Expropriated and Community Integration

This paper introduces the status of group differentiation of farmers whose land is expropriated and analyses the forcing of urban community factor and social workers' intervention on community integration of farmers whose land is expropriated. Since individual characteristics factors, external factors, social support and internal factors are different, the understandings of current farmer group whose land is expropriated on social work have great disparity. The obstacles existing in urbanization of farmers whose land is expropriated are concluded as follows. In terms of group constitution, there is a shortage of development-oriented of farmer groups whose land is expropriated, but impoverished groups overabound; in terms of cities, it lacks direct platforms and institutions mat provide services for farmers whose land is expropriated. In terms of social work, the degree of social workers intervening in community integration of farmers whose land is expropriated is insufficient. From three aspects: the intervention of social work in integration of different types of communities of farmers whose land is expropriated, social work intervention at level of social policy, and social worker team carrying out the plan of helping others, this paper proposes path selection of intervention of social work in community integration of farmers whose land is expropriated.


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Issue Date:
2011-11
Publication Type:
Journal Article
PURL Identifier:
http://purl.umn.edu/126414
Published in:
Asian Agricultural Research, Volume 03, Issue 11
Page range:
26-31
Total Pages:
6




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