“Population Invasion” versus Urban Exclusion in the Tibetan Areas of Western China
Fischer, Andrew Martín;
Subject: urban | demographic transition | local population transitions | urbanization | local | Tibet | population
textabstractThis article examines the confluence of local population transitions (demographic transition and urbanization) with non-local in-migration in the Tibetan areas of western China. The objective is to assess the validity of Tibetan perceptions of "population in... View more
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