Research on Adaptability of Farmers after the Loess Plateau Ecological Immigration
—A Case Study in Checheng Village, Ji County

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In ecological migrants, farmer’s adaptability are the main manifestations of the effect and quality of the migration of migrants. This paper, through questionnaire surveys to migrants in Checheng Village, Ji County, Shanxi Province, studies on their adaptability to economic production, lifestyle, and social relationship, explores the Loess Plateau ecological adaptability of immigrants, and finally makes recommendations for the villagers aiming at problems appearing in the relocation process.

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Feng, Q. , Xue, L. and Wang, Y. (2015) Research on Adaptability of Farmers after the Loess Plateau Ecological Immigration
—A Case Study in Checheng Village, Ji County. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 3, 64-70. doi: 10.4236/jss.2015.312007.

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