Research on social emotion of young female floating population in megacities
(2.Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Beijing University of Technology)
【Abstract】Based on the survey data regarding the floating population’s settlement area in Beijing, this paper studied the social emotional characteristics of young female floating population in the two dimensions, namely, the positive social emotion and the negative social emotion, through the establishment of ordinal logistic regression model to further analyze the effects of various influencing factors. The results showed that the social emotion of the young female floating population could be affected by many factors, such as economic level, marriage and family, labor condition, and social perception. For the young floating female with high economic level and better social perception, they were likely to have positive social emotions. The high intensity of labor and the entry into marriage and family could easily make young floating female to have negative social emotions. On the whole, the social emotions of young female floating population in Beijing were not completely negative, but we should continue to pay attention to the complex social mentality characteristics of the coexistence of positive and negative social emotions.
【Keywords】 floating young women; social emotion; Beijing;
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