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現代中国ハンドブック(全2巻)

The SAGE Handbook of Contemporary China

First Edition

Wu, Weiping (EDT)   Frazier, Mark W. (EDT)

SAGE Publications Ltd 2018/07
1356p.
出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781473948945
eISBN: 9781526455598
KNPID: EY00233251
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Full Description

Contemporary China is dynamic and complex. Recent dramatic changes in the Chinese economy, society, and environment pose numerous challenges for scholars of China.

 

This Handbook will define contemporary China Studies for the social sciences: investigating how we can best study China; exploring the transformations of contemporary China that inform how we study China; presenting the breadth and depth of the China Studies field; and identify future directions for China Studies.

 

In two volumes, the Handbook situates China Studies in history and context. Each chapter in Part One provides an overview and historiography of how scholars have conceptualized the Chinese state, nation, economy and environment, and analyzes trends in terms of different research approaches, types of sources, and trends in the study of these broad concepts. The next five parts cover substantive themes in China Studies, including economic transformations; politics and government; China as a global actor; urbanization and urban development; and Chinese society. In conclusion, the Handbook draws together critical discussions of emerging issues of transdisciplinary approaches to China Studies, the future of Chinese historical Studies, and the future of China in comparative contexts.

Table of Contents

VOLUME 01
PART 01: Context: History, Economy, and the Environment
Chapter 1: The Making of the Modern State and Quest for Modernity - Dali Yang
Chapter 2: Nationalism and the Nation-State - Prasenjit Duara
Chapter 3: Continuity and Change: The Economy in the Twentieth Century - Chris Bramall
Chapter 4: Geographic and Environmental Setting - David Pietz
PART 02: Economic Transformations
Introduction - Weiping Wu
Chapter 5: Evolution of Market Reforms - Linda Yueh
Chapter 6: State-Owned Enterprise: Reform, Performance, and Prospects - Gary Jefferson
Chapter 7: The Rural Economy - Susan Whiting and Dan Wang
Chapter 8: Economic Growth and Labor Security - Jenny Chan
Chapter 9: Inbound Foreign Direct Investment - Yasheng Huang
Chapter 10: Financial System - Ming He, Yang Chen and Ronald Schramm
Chapter 11: Technology, Innovation and Knowledge-Based Economy - Albert Hu
Chapter 12: Sustaining Growth: Energy and Natural Resources - Jo Inge Bekkevold and Oystein Tunsjo
PART 03: Politics and Government
Introduction - Mark W. Frazier
Chapter 13: The Communist Party and Ideology - Kerry Brown
Chapter 14: Corruption in Reform Era: A Multidisciplinary Review - Jiangnan Zhu
Chapter 15: Campaigns in Politics: From Revolution to Problem Solving - Zhengxu Wang
Chapter 16: Popular Protest - Zhang Wu
Chapter 17: Bureaucracy and Policy Making - Andrew Mertha
Chapter 18: Local and Grassroots Governance - John Kennedy and Dan Chen
Chapter 19: Labor Politics - William Hurst
Chapter 20: Legal and Judicial System - Vivienne Bath
PART 04: China on the Global Stage
Introduction - Mark W. Frazier
Chapter 21: China as a Global Financial Power - Arthur Kroeber
Chapter 22: China and Global Energy Governance - Gaye Christoffersen
Chapter 23: China and Global Regimes - Andrew Nathan
Chapter 24: Engagement in Global Health Governance Regimes - Yanzhong Huang and Bei Tang
PART 05: China's Foreign Policy
Introduction - Mark W. Frazier
Chapter 25: China-US Relations in a Changing Global Order - Rosemary Foot
Chapter 26: China-Japan Relations - Edward Griffith and Caroline Rose
Chapter 27: Chinese-Russian Relations - Alexander Lukin
Chapter 28: China’s Relations with the Korean Peninsula - Carla Freeman
Chapter 29: Chinese Foreign Policy: Southeast Asia - Taomou Zhou and Liu Hong
VOLUME 02
PART 06: National and Nested Identities
Introduction - Mark W. Frazier
Chapter 30: Popular Nationalism - Benjamin Darr
Chapter 31: Taiwanese Identity - Lowell Dittmer
Chapter 32: Hong Kong Identity - Ho-Fung Hung
Chapter 33: Chinese Outside China - Nyíri Pál
Chapter 34: Studying Tibetan Identity - Ben Hillman
Chapter 35: Uyghur Identities - Joanne Smith Finley
Chapter 36: Ethnic Studies Beyond Tibet and Xinjiang - Katherine Palmer Kaup
Chapter 37: Religion - André Laliberté
Chapter 38: Sexual Minorities - William F. Schroeder
PART 07: Urbanization and Spatial Development
Introduction - Weiping Wu
Chapter 39: Urbanization and Urban System - Chaolin Gu and Ian Gillespie Cook
Chapter 40: Population Mobility and Migration - Cindy Fan
Chapter 41: Financing Urbanization and Infrastructure - Weiping Wu
Chapter 42: Land and Housing Markets - Jiang Xu
Chapter 43: Socio-Spatial Transformation of Cities - Jia Feng and Guo Chen
PART 08: Poverty and Inequality
Introduction - Weiping Wu
Chapter 44: Poverty and Its Alleviation - Björn Gustafsson
Chapter 45: Regional Inequality: Scales, Mechanisms, and Beyond - Felix Haifeng Liao and Yehua Dennis Wei
Chapter 46: The Making of the ‘Migrant Class’ - Huimin Du and Wenfei Winnie Wang
Chapter 47: Gender, Migration, and HIV/STI Risks and Risk Behavior - Xiushi Yang, Hongyun Fu and Meizhen Liao
Chapter 48: Income Inequality and Class Stratification - Yanjie Bian, Lei Zhang, Yinghui Li, Yipeng Hu and Na Li
PART 09: Social Change
Introduction - Weiping Wu
Chapter 49: Demographics and Aging - David R. Phillips and Zhixin Feng
Chapter 50: Social Welfare - Daniel Hammond
Chapter 51: China's Education System: Loved and Hated - Mette Halskov Hansen
Chapter 52: Nightlife and Night-Time Economy in Urban China - James Farrer
Chapter 53: Family Life - Jieyu Liu, Eona Bell and Jiayu Zhang
Chapter 54: Health, Diseases, and Medical Care - Lawton R. Burns and Gordon G. Liu
Chapter 55: Media since 1949: Changes and Continuities - Jian Xu and Wanning Sun
PART 10: Future Directions for Contemporary China Studies
Chapter 56: The Future(s) of China Studies - Sarah Mellors and Jeffrey Wasserstrom
Chapter 57: The Future of China's Past - Kristin Stapleton
Chapter 58: China and the Challenges of Comparison - Mark W. Frazier