Restricting Factors and Breakthrough Countermeasures of the Citizenization of New Generation of Migrant Workers



The new generation of migrant workers have increasingly become the main body of migrant workers, their citizenization is the important parts of balancing urban and rural development, promoting the new urbanization and Completing the Building of a Moderately Prosperous Society in All Respects and realizing China dream. Therefore, it is an important task to analyze accurately the restricting factors of the citizenization of new generation of migrant workers and find out the breakthrough strategies at present.


New generation of migrant workers; Citizenization; Restricting factors; Breakthrough countermeasures.

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