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Edited by Yang Dongping, Friends of Nature
The research and analysis contained in the volume depicts the broader patterns of an emerging environmental politics in China - a more assertive and restive citizenry in environmental affairs, the rise of interest groups, and international influences on domestic policy debates. The China ...
Chief Editor: Li Lin
This 2008 yearbook reviews major legal developments in 2007, including law reform priorities, major legal policy debates and newly enacted legislation. It provides valuable insight into contemporary debates in China about the substance, direction and priorities of legal reform.
Chief Editor: Cai Fang. Associate Editor: Wang Meiyan
This English-language volume is an edited collection of articles from the 2010 Chinese-language volume of the Green Book of Population and Labor. It examines recent developments in the Chinese demographic transition and its implications, especially for the labor market.
Chief Editors: Ru Xin, Lu Xueyi, LiI Peilin; Deputy Chief Editors: Chen Guangjin, LiI Wei, Xu Xinxin
The 2008 volume of The China Society Yearbook, the third volume in the annual China Society Blue Book series to be translated into English, contains important statistics and analysis from Chinese scholars on a wide array of social issues in China. Topics explored in this volume include ...
Matthias L. Richter, University of Colorado
In The Embodied Text Matthias L. Richter demonstrates how early Chinese manuscript texts can reliably be established on the basis of their material representation rather than on grounds of similarities with other texts.
Edited by Yu Keping
The Reform of Governance is a translated collection of articles providing a look at how scholars in China have been assessing their country's recent governmental history. This volume, as well as the others in the SSRC series, provide western scholars with an accessible English language look at ...
Liang Shuming, considered to be the Last Confucian, was a Buddhist. He reshaped the Western concept of religion from the standpoint of Buddhism, and yet advocated Confucianism as the ethical religion that would lead ultimately to the Buddhist liberation.
Chen Lai. Translated by Edmund Ryden
In this collection of essays written over a period of some twenty years (1987-2006), Chen Lai reflects on the question in an informative and original way. He reads behind the political slogans and engages with the thought both of Max Weber, Talcott Parsons and Western sociology, and ...
Paolo Santangelo, Sapienza University, Roma in cooperation with Yan Beiwen, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Although the preface says that the tales in this collection of supernatural stories should not be taken seriously and just aim to dispel boredom, Zibuyu is a work with different reading levels, which allows to uncover several deep trends, taboos and fantasies of late imperial intellectual ...
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