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The China Quarterly Mar 24
Our March 2020 issue (No. 241) is now out. Please check out the contents below.
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The China Quarterly Feb 25
"From Academic Discourse to Political Decisions? The Case of the Ethnic Unity Reform", new article by Taotao Zhao and Sow Keat Tok
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The China Quarterly Feb 25
New on FirstView: “Being Chinese Means Becoming Cheap Labour”: Education, National Belonging and Social Positionality among Youth in Contemporary ", by Orna Naftali
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Patricia M Thornton Feb 20
My review of Julia C. Strauss's formidable State Formation in and (CUP 2019) now available on FirstView! .
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The China Quarterly Feb 11
New online: "Between Spiritual Economy and : Negotiating Autonomy in Contemporary ", by Kuei-min Chang "
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The China Quarterly Feb 11
New: Xiaoyang Hao on the prosecution of wartime Japanese sex crimes in the PRC
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The China Quarterly Feb 11
New online: on the museumification of Treasure Hill: authenticity, authority and art in a Taiwanese urban village 寶藏巖
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Sebastian Veg Feb 7
Review “age old problem of how health practitioners focus on population health, sometimes at the expense of individual patient [is] exacerbated by a governance system that justifies abrogating individual rights in interest of public good.”
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The China Quarterly Feb 7
New article by Min Yu and Christopher B. Crowley on educating children in China.
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The China Quarterly Feb 7
Read Joan Kaufman's complete review here
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The China Quarterly Jan 29
"Re-evaluating : The Impact of Survey Nonresponse in Rural ", by and Leah Rabin
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The China Quarterly Jan 29
New online: "Politics of Scale, Bargaining Power and Its Spatial Impacts: Planning for in the , " by Mengmeng Zhang, Jiang Xu and Calvin King Lam Chung
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Sebastian Veg Dec 21
This looks like a geat new piece by in : “Against explanations based on factional struggles, I argue that the rise of CYL-affiliated cadres is a by-product of the organization's weakness.“
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Manfred Elfstrom Dec 12
My article “Two Steps Forward, One Step Back: Chinese State Reactions to Labour Unrest” is in the new issue of , along with great work by , Anthony Saich, Edward Cunningham, Jesse Turiel, , Qingyan Wang, and others.
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Patricia M Thornton Dec 12
Nature: splashes millions on home-grown journals. 22 ‘tier one’ journals publishing in English, to receive between 1 million & 5.2 million yuan per year; 29 ‘tier two’ English-language journals to receive between 600,000 and 1 mil. yuan
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The China Quarterly Dec 12
and Kecheng Fang's article " Experiments in : 'Revolutionizing' under Xi Jinping" is now free to access for a limited time
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The China Quarterly Dec 12
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The China Quarterly Dec 11
and Kecheng Fang's article on " Experiments in : 'Revolutionizing' Persuasion under Xi Jinping" is now in free access for a limited period of time.
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The China Quarterly Dec 9
New: "Acquiring a : Who Is Eligible and Who Is Successful?", a research report by Tao Liu and Qiujie Shi
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The China Quarterly Nov 19
New online: "More Than Half the Sky: and Urban Neighbourhood Workshops in , 1958–1978", by Hanchao Lu
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