2013 China Q. [i] (2013)

handle is hein.journals/chnaquar2013 and id is 1 raw text is: The China Quarterly
an international journal for the study of China
March 2013 number 213
1  The Advance of the Party: Transformation or Takeover of Urban Grassroots Society?
Patricia M. Thornton
19  Let Many Civil Societies Bloom: The Rise of Consultative Authoritarianism in China
Jessica C. Teets
39  Does Women's Knowledge of Voting Rights Affect their Voting Behaviour in Village
Elections? Evidence from a Randomized Controlled Trial in China
Xiaopeng Pang, Junxia Zeng and Scott Rozelle
60  Learning Individualism: Hesse, Confucius, and Pep-Rallies in a Chinese Rural High
Mette Halskov Hansen
78  Natural Resources, Local Governance and Social Instability: A Comparison of Two
Counties in China
Jing Vivian Zhan
101  Assessing Ecological Modernization in China: Stakeholder Demands and Corporate
Environmental Management Practices in Guangdong Province
Wai-Hang Yee, Carlos Wing-Hung Lo and Shui-Yan Tang
130  Interjurisdictional Cooperation through Bargaining: The Case of the Guangzhou-
Zhuhai Railway in the Pearl River Delta, China
Jiang Xu and Anthony G.O. Yeh
152  Impact of Candidate Selection Systems on Election Results: Evidence from Taiwan
before and after the Change in Electoral Systems
Dafydd Fell
172  Electronic Resources in the Study of Elite Political Behaviour in Taiwan
Jonathan Sullivan
Research Report
189 The Demography of Chinese Nationalism: A Field-Experimental Approach
Robert Hoffmann and Jeremy Larner
Book Reviews
205   No Enemies, No Hatred, by Liu Xiaobo, edited by Perry Link, Tienchi Martin-Liao
and Liu Xia; La philosophie du porc et autres essais, by Liu Xiaobo, edited by Jean-
Philippe B6ja. Jerry A. Varsava
207   Never Forget National Humiliation: Historical Memory in Chinese Politics and
Foreign Relations. Zheng Wang. Edward Friedman
209   Mao's Invisible Hand: The Political Foundations of Adaptive Governance.
Edited by Sebastian Heilmann and Elizabeth J. Perry. Peter Zeitz
211   China's Peasants and Workers: Changing Class Identities. Edited by Beatriz Carrillo
and David S. G. Goodman. Stig Thogersen
212   Organizing Rural China - Rural China Organizing. Edited by Ane Bislev and
Stig Thogersen. Thomas P. Bernstein

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