2014 China Q. [i] (2014)

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The China Quarterly

an international journal for the study of China


March 2014 number 217


Articles
  1  The Distribution of Household Income in China: Inequality, Poverty and Policies
      Shi Li and Terry Sicular
 42  Who Wants to Be a Communist? Career Incentives and Mobilized Loyalty in China
     Bruce J. Dickson
 69  Dynamics of Political Resistance in Tibet: Religious Repression and Controversies of
     Demographic Change
     Enze Han and Christopher Paik
 99  A Grassroots Association on the Sino-Tibetan Border: The Role, Agendas and Beyond
     Jinba Tenzin
121  Retaining Judicial Professionalism: The New Guiding Cases Mechanism of the
     Supreme People's Court
     Bj6rn Ahl
140  Structural Power, the Copenhagen School and Threats to Chinese Security
     Jeffrey Reeves
162  State-Led Urbanization in China: Skyscrapers, Land Revenue and Concentrated
     Villages
     Lynette H. Ong
180  Forced Saving in China
     Richard S. Eckaus
195  The Partnership between the Chinese Government and Hong Kong's Capitalist Class:
     Implications for HKSAR Governance, 1997-2012
     Brian C. H. Fong
221  The Development of Collective Bargaining in China: From Collective Bargaining by
     Riot to Party State-led Wage Bargaining
     Chris King-Chi Chan and Elaine Sio-Ieng Hui
243  Segmented Incorporation: The Second Generation of Rural Migrants in Shanghai
     Pei-chia Lan
Book Reviews
266   Go Nation: Chinese Masculinities and the Game of Weiqi in China. By Marc L.
     Moskowitz. Derek Hird
268   The Birth of Chinese Feminism: Essential Texts in Transnational Theory. Edited by
     Lydia H. Liu, Rebecca E. Karl and Dorothy Ko. Lin Chun
269   Women in Chinese Martial Arts Films of the New Millennium: Narrative Analyses
     and Gender Politics. By Ya-Chen Chen. Kin-Yan Szeto
271   Women's Poetry of Late Imperial China: Transforming the Inner Chambers. By
     Xiaorong Li. Paul S. Ropp
272  Restless China. Edited by Perry Link, Richard P. Madsen and Paul G. Pickowicz.
     Harriet Evans

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