Chapter three, we made comparative analysis of the income disparity between urban and rural residents among provinces by using linear regression and correlation analysis from the view of spatial distribution and time series.
58.55% urban and rural residents accepted the vaccine at the price of 20-100 yuan,only 11.18% accepted the vaccine above 100 yuan,without significant difference among populations in occupation,education,and income.
22.84% rural residents and 15.78% urban residents believed that HIV positive persons should not be permitted to work and study with the normal persons. 29.94% rural residents and 29.11% urban residents minded to have a meal with HIV positive persons. Attitudes to HIV positive persons had remarkable difference between rural and urban residents(P<0.05 or P<0.01).
In this paper,we used income and consumption statistical data of rural and urban residents of Jiuquan City and Jiayuguan City from 2000 to 2004 to make comparative analysis on the structures and change trends of income and consumption between rural and urban residents.
Results:The hospitalization rate of population in Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps was 74.7‰(95%CI 72.2‰～79.2‰),of which the rate of urban dwellers was 82.2‰,and that of rural residents was 71.8‰,In comparison,the difference between the hospitalization rate of urban and rural dwellers was statistically remarkable(χ2=4.177,df=1,P=0.041).
Taking the measurement of social capital of urban and rural dwellers in a survey in China's western region,the paper illustrated in details how to measure a complex social concept in empirical social studies.
Environment pollutions in domestic animal production hazards human being greatly. Correctly solving the pollution problem in animal production is obviously significant for health keeping of urban and rural dwellers.
This paper compares the ELES model and AIDS model from theory basis,characteristic and applicability, and we make the comparative analysis of urban and rural inhabitant consumption structures using ELES model and AIDS model.
This article presents three main findings from a purposive stratified survey of urban and rural residents.
We made a quantitative analysis of the responses of urban and rural residents in Sweden to arguments supporting and opposing conservation of large carnivores.
This paper presents an analysis of a random-digit dialing/mail-out, mail-back survey conducted in Washtenaw County, Michigan which was designed specifically to examine differences in attitudes between urban and rural residents.
Depression occurred in 24.6% of females and 16.4% of males without significant differences between urban and rural residents.
In this way, both urban and rural residents in the region can receive health services in French.