Chinese Society: Change, Conflict and Resistanceby Perry; Elizabeth J.
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Table of Contents
|List of Illustrations||p. xiii|
|List of Contributors||p. XV|
|Introduction: reform, conflict and resistance in contemporary China||p. 1|
|Rights and resistance: the changing contexts of the dissident movement||p. 31|
|Pathways of labor activism||p. 57|
|Conflict, resistance and the transformation of the hukon system||p. 80|
|Contesting rural spaces: land disputes, customary tenure and the state||p. 101|
|To the courts or to the barricades? Can new political institutions manage rural conflict?||p. 123|
|Women, marriage and the state in contemporary China||p. 148|
|Domination, resistance and accommodation in China's one-child campaign||p. 171|
|Environmental protests in rural China||p. 197|
|The new cybersects: popular religion, repression and resistance||p. 215|
|Chinese Christianity: indigenization and conflict||p. 239|
|Alter/native Mongolian identity: from nationality to ethnic group||p. 261|
|The revolution of resistance||p. 288|
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