1989 China Q. [i] (1989)

handle is hein.journals/chnaquar30 and id is 1 raw text is: The China Quarterly
an international journal for the study of China
March 1989         number 117        £5.50       $12.00
Major Determinants of China's Fertility Transition
Peng Xizhe     I
The Role of the Higher Education Sector in China's Research and
Development System
R. J. Conroy   38
Social Harmony, Family and Women in Chinese Novels, 1948-58
Irene Eber   71
Shifting Journalistic Paradigms: Editorial Stance and Political
Transition in Hong Kong
Joseph Man Chan and Chin-Chuan Lee      97
Comment
The Zunyi Conference and Further Steps in Mao's Rise to Power
Thomas Kampen 118
Research Note
The Salary Structure, Allowances and Benefits of a Shanghai
Electronics Factory
Thomas T. Wong 135
Book Reviews
Political Participation in Rural China. By John P. Bums. Thomas
P. Bernstein                                              145
The Reach of the State: Sketches of the Chinese Body Politic. By Vivienne
Shue. John P. Burns                                       146
China's Intellectuals and the State: In Search of a New Relationship.
Edited by Merle Goldman with Timothy Cheek and Carol Lee
Hamrin. W. J. F. Jenner                                   147
Intellectuals in Modern Chinese Fiction. By Yue Daiyun. Bonnie
S. McDougall                                              149
Waves. By Bei Dao. Translated by Bonnie S. McDougall and Susette
Cook. Gregory B. Lee                                      152
The Samizdat Press in China's Provinces, 1979-1981. An Annotated
Guide. Compiled by Claude Widor. W. J. F. Jenner          154
The Chinese Enlightenment: Intellectuals and the Legacy of the May
Fourth Movement in 1919. By Vera Schwarcz. Michael Y. L. Luk  155
Chinese Culture and Mental Health. Edited by Wen-Sheng Tseng and
David Y. H. Wu. William T. Lui                            156
China's Art of Revolution: The Mobilization of Discontent, 1927 and
1928. By Marcia R. Ristaino. C. Martin Wilbur             159
Ai Ssu-chi'i's Contribution to the Development of Chinese Marxism. By
Joshua A. Fogel. Gregor Benton                            160
Kang Sheng et les Services Secrets chinois (1927-1987). By Roger
Faligot and Remi Kauffer. Dennis Duncanson                161

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