The Report on The People‘s Livelihood Survey in China(2014) is Released

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On May 15, 2014, the launch conference for the First Forum on Chinas Livelihood Issues & Polls Blue Book---Report on People's Livelihood Survey in China 2014was held held in Shanghai Jiao Tong University. Many leaders, such as Wu Ruihu, the director of Public Opinion at Publicity Department of Shanghai Municipal Committee; Cang Ping, the deputy director of research office at Shanghai Municipal Education Commission; Tao Jiming, the deputy director of Shanghai Institute of Development Strategy at Shanghai Municipal People's Government Development Research Center; WangTong, the director of News Propaganda Department at Shanghai Municipal Health and Family Planning Commission; Xia Jianmin, the director of disaster relief office at Shanghai Municipal Bureau of Civil Affairs; Jiang Changmin, the deputy director of office (propaganda and education office)at Shanghai Municipal Environmental Protection Bureau; Yang Binsheng, the director of publicity at Shanghai Municipal Food and Drug Administration; as well as many experts and scholars in the fields of environment, food security, education, health care, public administration from Universities, attended this forum.

     Xie Yungeng, the chief-editor for the Polls Blue Book, the deputy director for the Institute of Arts and Humanities at Shanghai Jiao Tong University, introduced the development process of Polls Blue Book ---China People's Livelihood Survey Report2014). Xie Shouguang, director of the Social Science Academic Press, described editing and publishing process and its impact and value.This forum was chaired by Chang Heshan, the deputy director for the department of liberal arts construction at Shanghai Jiao Tong University.

     qSeeking a clear picture of peoples livelihood situation, investigating public opinions,  gathering public wisdomsSurvey Report on Chinese People's Livelihood2014) aimed at recording changes of Chinese society, transmitting the most authentic voice of China. From October to December in 2013, the Public Opinion Reseach Laboratory and the Social Survey Center of Shanghai Jiao Tong University adopted international system, Computer Assisted Telephone Interviewing(CATI). The survey was launched in 35 urban cities of China, a total of more than 8,500 valid samples were obtained, covering four parts: general report (Comprehensive Survey of People's Livelihood, Happiness Survey Report), segment report(education, food safety, environment, health, social security), hot topics, and case studies.( Reporter: Liu Yi, the Institute of Arts and Humanities, Shanghai Jiao Tong University.)

最后更新 ( 周五, 2014年 10月 17日 20:46 )