By Elizabeth J. Perry,Mark Selden
This bestselling creation to chinese language society makes use of the subjects of resistance and protest to discover the complexity of lifestyles in modern China. An interdisciplinary and foreign staff of China students draw on views from sociology, anthropology, psychology, historical past and political technological know-how and covers a wide diversity of issues.
Topics lined include:
- labour and environmental disputes
- rural and ethnic conflict
- legal challenges
- intellectual and spiritual dissidence
- opposition to family members planning.
The newly revised, 3rd version provides new chapters on gender and the relations, and the reform of the Hukou approach hence supplying a accomplished textual content for either undergraduates and experts within the box, encouraging the reader to problem traditional photographs of up to date chinese language society.
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Chinese Society: Change, Conflict and Resistance (Asia's Transformations) by Elizabeth J. Perry,Mark Selden