题目：Affective neighbourly relations between migrant and local residents in Shanghai
In urban China there is growing scholarly interest in neighbourhood social interaction but most studies focus on overt neighbouring activities whilst less is known about the affective dimension of neighbourhood relations, such as mutual trust and care. Using a 1420-questionnaire sample from Shanghai, this study examines the affective relationship between migrant and local neighbours and explores whether the frequency of neighbouring and contextual characteristics may affect this outcome. Our results show that residents who interact more with out-group neighbours also tend to describe their relationship with them as more caring and amicable. Secondly, residents in working class neighbourhoods tend to rely on intergroup neighbouring as a facilitator of mutual trust and care. In contrast, residents of commodity neighbourhoods already possess a strong affective relationship with out-group neighbours because of a shared identity as middle-class homeowners and therefore do not need to rely on neighbouring to facilitate reciprocal trust.