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The China Journal. Issues no. 35 - 49 (1996: January - 2003: January) ????. [Zhongguo yan jiu].

The China Journal. Issues no. 35 – 49 (1996: January – 2003: January) ????. [Zhongguo yan jiu].

CONTEMPORARY CHINA CENTRE, AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY. A collection of 15 issues of the China Journal (issue no.35 -49), published semi-annually by Contemporary China Centre, Australian National University from January 1996 to January 2003. Some fading and occasional tear on spine, otherwise in good condition, paperback. The fifteen issues cover a wide range of topic on China. Some interesting highlights in the series are: Learning Versus Adaptation: Explaining Change in Chinese Arms Control Policy in the 1980s and 1990s (pp. 27-61, issue no.35); The Fengshui Resurgence in China: Conflicting Cosmologies Between State and Peasantry (pp. 47-65, issue no.36); The Cash Nexus and Social Networks: Mutual Aid and Gifts in Contemporary Shanghai Villages (pp. 91-112, issue no.37); Farmers' Preferences Regarding Ownership and Land Tenure in Post-Mao China: Unexpected Evidence from Eight Counties (pp. 33-63, issue no.38); The Transformation of China's Mental Health Services (pp. 1-36, issue no.39); Exalting the Latecomer State: Intellectuals and the State during the Chinese and Vietnamese Reforms (pp. 9-36, issue no.40); Inequality in the Rewards for Holding up Half the Sky: Gender Wage Gaps in China's Urban Labour Market, 1988-1994 (pp. 55-88, issue no.41); Becoming Dagongmei (Working Girls): The Politics of Identity and Difference in Reform China (pp. 1-18, issue no.42); The Disarticulation of Hong Kong's Post-Handover Political System (pp. 29-53, issue no.43); State Coercion and the Balance of Awe: The 1983-1986 "Stern Blows" Anti-Crime Campaign (pp. 93-125, issue no.44); Jiang Zemin's Style of Rule: Go for Stability, Monopolize Power and Settle for Limited Effectiveness (pp. 45-51, issue no.45); Tears of Rage: Chinese Nationalist Reactions to the Belgrade Embassy Bombing (pp. 25-43, issue no.46); Fertility and Family Planning in Rural Tibet (pp. 19-39. issue no.47); Cadres, Temple and Lineage Institutions, and Governance in Rural China (pp. 1-27, issue no.48); Democratizing the Neighbourhood? New Private Housing and Home-Owner Self-Organization in Urban China (pp. 31-59, issue no.49)
The China Journal. Issues no. 51-61

The China Journal. Issues no. 51-61, 64- 66 (2004: January – 2011: July) ????. [Zhongguo yan jiu].

CONTEMPORARY CHINA CENTRE, AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY. A broken run of 12 issues of the China Journal (no. 51-61, 64- 66), published semi-annually by Contemporary China Centre, Australian National University from January 2004 to July 2011, paperback in very good condition. The twelve issues cover a wide range of topic on China. Some interesting highlights in the series are: Suing the Local State: Administrative Litigation in Rural China (pp. 75-96, issue no.51); Working until You Drop: The Elderly of Rural China (pp. 73-94, issue no.52); Taiwan's Domestic Politics and Cross-Strait Relations (pp. 35-60, issue no.53); Bracing for an Uncertain Future: A Case Study of New Coping Strategies of Rural Parents under China's Birth Control Policy (pp. 53-76, issue no.54); Institutionalized Rebellion: Governing Tsinghua University during the Late Years of the Chinese Cultural Revolution (pp. 1-28, issue no.55); Who Adopts Girls and Why? Domestic Adoption of Female Children in Contemporary Rural China (pp. 63-82, issue no.56);Working for the Peasants? Strategic Interactions and Unintended Consequences in the Chinese Rural Tax Reform (pp. 89-106, issue no.57);From Resistance to Adaptation: Uyghur Popular Music and Changing Attitudes among Uyghur Youth (pp. 59-82,issue no.58);Boss Christians: The Business of Religion in the "Wenzhou Model" of Christian Revival (pp. 63-87, issue no.59); Ethnicity, Rurality and Status: Hukou and the Institutional and Cultural Determinants of Social Status in Tibet (pp. 1-21, issue no.60); Empowering the Child: Children's Rights, Citizenship and the State in Contemporary China (pp. 79-103, issue no.61); Playing the Market Reform Card: the Changing Patterns OF Political Struggle in China's Electric Power Sector (pp. 69-95, issue no.64); Factions in a Bureaucratic Setting: the Origins of Cultural Revolution Conflict in Nanjing (pp. 1-25, issue no.65); Learning to Serve: Urban Youth, Vocational Schools and New Class Formations in China(pp. 77-99, issue no,66).