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2020
Volume: 75 Issue 8
16 Article(s)

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Quantitative simulation and empirical analysis of regional effects of administrative division adjustment from the perspective of coordinated development
Kaiyong WANG, and Rundong FENG
Administrative divisions are the important foundation of national governance and social development, and the adjustment of administrative divisions is a critical way to promote regional coordinated development. Under the background of globalization and regionalization, timely adjustment of administrative divisions is a
  • Publication Date: Aug. 25, 2020
  • Vol. 75 Issue 8 1617 (2020)
China's multidimensional poverty measurement and its spatiotemporal interaction characteristics in the perspective of development geography
Gui JIN, Xiangzheng DENG, Yin DONG, and Feng WU
Exploring the poverty supervision evaluation indicator system and the dynamic characteristics of spatio-temporal interaction of poverty among regions are of great significance to the current research on sustainable poverty reduction in China. From the perspective of development geography, this paper introduces panel ve
  • Publication Date: Aug. 25, 2020
  • Vol. 75 Issue 8 1633 (2020)
Spatial pattern and its influencing factors of specialized villages and towns in China
Zhi CAO, Yansui LIU, Yurui LI, and Yongsheng WANG
Specialized villages and towns has significance to agricultural transformation & upgrading and rural vitalization strategy. With the data of "One Village One Product" Demonstration Villages and Towns from the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs of the People's Republic of China, this paper revea
  • Publication Date: Aug. 25, 2020
  • Vol. 75 Issue 8 1647 (2020)
Game of government subjects of eco-compensation in the Xin'an River basin based on the politics of scale
Yisheng REN, Lin LU, Hu YU, and Daocai ZHU
Watershed eco-compensation is a significant economic, social and environmental policy for cross-regional ecological governance and natural region protection in China. As a typical geography research proposition, it involves the difference and coordination of the regional stakeholders' rights, regional ecological co
  • Publication Date: Aug. 25, 2020
  • Vol. 75 Issue 8 1667 (2020)
Spatio-temporal differentiation and differentiated regulation of the vulnerability of rural production space system in Chongqing
Cheng WANG, and Yanzhou HE
Vulnerability, one of the major properties of rural production space system (RPSS), is an effective measure in how system will be susceptible to negative effects or damage, as well as the way to achieving sustainable development of the system. This study establishes an evaluation index system and model of the vulnerabi
  • Publication Date: Aug. 25, 2020
  • Vol. 75 Issue 8 1680 (2020)
Spatio-temporal changes of cotton production in China from 1950 to 2015
Chunyue MA, Sawut Mamat, Jie YAO, and Isak Gulnur
Based on the distribution data of cotton production in China from 1950 to 2015, the study aims to investigate the spatio-temporal changes and gravity center migration path in cotton production, area and yield in China by methods of time-series trend and spatial analysis. Then, contribution rates of cotton area and yiel
  • Publication Date: Aug. 25, 2020
  • Vol. 75 Issue 8 1699 (2020)
The growth of urban tourism: With or without limit
Zengxian LIANG, and Jigang BAO
The growth of urban tourism has received wide attentions from tourism geography. Over the past four decades, China has been witnessed rapid, continuous and non-limit growths of urban tourism in most cities. The local governments and developers were encouraged by this miracle of past growth expectation or plan to a more
  • Publication Date: Aug. 25, 2020
  • Vol. 75 Issue 8 1711 (2020)
Spatial pattern of railway geo-system and development menchanism from the view of gauge: A case study of Eurasia
Chengjin WANG, Xumao LI, Peiran CHEN, Yongshun XIE, and Weidong LIU
The railway is an important geospatial element as well as an indispensable feature of a nation's infrastructure. It is a material element of a nation's transport network, and it also has social, national defense, military, and even political attributes. Therefore, it has a profound impact on the geographical sy
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  • Vol. 75 Issue 8 1725 (2020)
The ternary interactive practice of the production of traditional ritual space in the tourism context
Jiuxia SUN, Yongxia XU, and Xueji WANG
Ritual has become an excellent field for space research and theoretical interpretation due to its symbolic and social nature. In the research of ritual and ritual space, the social relationship behind ritual and its impact on ritual space have not been fully taken into account. This study takes Tunpu Dixi and Bamabadia
  • Publication Date: Aug. 25, 2020
  • Vol. 75 Issue 8 1742 (2020)
Spatiotemporal evolutions and coordination of tourism efficiency and scale in the Yangtze River Economic Belt
Shimin FANG, and Yan HUANG
The spatial difference between regional tourism efficiency and tourism scale is evident. It is of great theoretical and practical value to dynamically grasp the spatial-temporal evolution characteristics and the coupling coordination relationship of them to promote the high-quality sustainable development of tourism. T
  • Publication Date: Aug. 25, 2020
  • Vol. 75 Issue 8 1757 (2020)
The construction and examination of migrants' place meaning in Xi'an Qujiang New District
Xianyang HU, Kai BAI, Feifei HUA, and Lijian WANG
In such an era of great transition, the migrants in China are on the horns of a dilemma — they cannot integrate into the cities, while the home villages are no longer their warm harbors. To help them acclimatize to the places of migration, constructing migrants' place meaning is a feasible solution, which therefore
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  • Vol. 75 Issue 8 1773 (2020)
Curriculum design for urban informatics
Yang YUE, Qingquan LI, and Renzhong GUO
  • Publication Date: Aug. 25, 2020
  • Vol. 75 Issue 8 1790 (2020)
Measure and distribution of urban elderly in poverty: An empirical study in Beijing
Xiaolu GAO, Danxian WU, and Bingqiu YAN
Poverty among older people in urban areas is growing along with population ageing and urbanization in China, but the absence of proper indices and method to measure urban elderly poverty brings difficulty to the understanding of the spatial pattern of elderly poverty in cities and policy making in poverty reduction. It
  • Publication Date: Aug. 25, 2020
  • Vol. 75 Issue 8 1557 (2020)
Influencing mechanism of regional ageing in China based on the Structural Equation Model
Rongjun AO, and Liang CHANG
Since the 1970s, great progress has been made in research on the spatio-temporal pattern of population ageing at multiple spatial scales by both domestic and foreign scholars. However, the analysis of the process mechanism of regional ageing is still insufficient. Based on the county-scale data in 2000 and 2010 censuse
  • Publication Date: Aug. 25, 2020
  • Vol. 75 Issue 8 1572 (2020)
Employment space of residential quarters in Shanghai: An exploration based on mobile signaling data
De WANG, Dan LI, and Yingzi FU
The employment space of a residential quarter is widely affected by factors including housing properties and the neighboring supply of transportation and employments, which forms numerous spatial diagrams. Investigating and understanding the exemplar patterns of the employment space are thus crucial before we make targ
  • Publication Date: Aug. 25, 2020
  • Vol. 75 Issue 8 1585 (2020)
Spatio-temporal pattern and driving forces of urbanization in China's border areas
Zhouying SONG, and Qiaoling ZHU
Border area is not only an important gateway for inland opening-up, but also an critical part in the building of a moderately prosperous society and optimizing national urban spatial pattern in China. Due to the location, natural resources endowment, and traffic accessibility, the urbanization development is relatively
  • Publication Date: Aug. 25, 2020
  • Vol. 75 Issue 8 1603 (2020)