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2020 China Q. [iii] (2020)
Issue 242

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The China Quarterly

an   international journal for the study of China

June 2020  number 242

301  A Struggle of Life or Death: Han and Uyghur Insecurities on China's
     North-West Frontier
     David Tobin
324  Securitizing Xinjiang: Police Recruitment, Informal Policing and Ethnic Minority
     Adrian Zenz and James Leibold
349  Repressive Experiences among China Scholars: New Evidence from Survey Data
     Sheena Chestnut Greitens and Rory Truex
376  How  Peasant Apartments Could Undermine Rural Governance in China: Spatial
     Realignment, Moral Reconfiguration and Local Authority
     Ray Yep  and Ying Wu
397  Social Money and Working-class Subjectivities: Digital Money and Migrant
     Labour in Shenzhen, China
     Tom  McDonald
418  Moderated Mobilization: A New Model of Enterprise-level Collective Bargaining
     in South China
     Siqi Luo and Tao Yang
440  Between Spiritual Economy and Religious Commodification: Negotiating Temple
     Autonomy  in Contemporary China
     Kuei-min Chang
460  Examining Public Concern about Global Warming and Climate Change in China
     Xinsheng Liu, Feng Hao, Kent Portney and Yinxi Liu
487  Understanding the Non-medical Costs of Healthcare: Evidence from Inpatient Care
     for Older People in China
     Wei Yang
508  Searching for Red Songs: The Politics of Revolutionary Nostalgia in Contemporary
     Shuanglong Li and Fei Yan
529  What Is Criminal and What Is Not: Prosecuting Wartime Japanese Sex Crimes in the
     People's Republic of China
     Xiaoyang Hao
550  Love the Tree, Love the Branch: Beijing's Friendship with Lee Kuan Yew, 1954-1965
     Philip Hsiaopong Liu

Book Reviews
573  Democracy in China. The Coming Crisis. By Jiwei Ci. Edward Friedman
574  Creating the Intellectual: Chinese Commiunism and the Rise of a Classification. By
     Eddy U. Edmund  S. K. Fung
576  Negative Exposures: Knowing What Not to Know in Contemporary China. By
     Margaret Hillenbrand. Patricia M. Thornton

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