1995 China Q. [i] (1995)

handle is hein.journals/chnaquar36 and id is 1 raw text is: The China Quarterly
an international journal for the study of bhina
March 1995       number 141       £11.00      $211Lft
China's Legal Reforms
Introduction: The Future of Chinese Law      Stanley Lubman    1
Tasselled Loafers for Barefoot Lawyers: Transformation and
Tension in the World of Chinese Legal Workers
William P. Alford  22
How a Bill Becomes a Law in China: Stages and Processes in
Lawmaking                              Murray Scot Tanner   39
The Execution of Civil Judgments in China   Donald C. Clarke  65
Compartmentalized Law and Judicial Restraint: An Inductive
View of Some Jurisdictional Barriers to Reform
Anthony R. Dicks   82
The Re-emergence of Family Law in Post-Mao China: Marriage,
Divorce and Reproduction                   Michael Palmer 110
Antagonistic Contradictions: Criminal Law and Human Rights
in China           Donald C. Clarke and James V. Feinerman 135
Foreign Investment Law in the People's Republic of China:
Dilemmas of State Control                  Pitman B. Potter 155
Chinese Participation in the International Legal Order: Rogue
Elephant or Team Player?               James V. Feinerman 186
Book Reviews
Engendering China: Women, Culture, and the State. Edited by Christina K.
Gilmartin et al. Elisabeth J. Croll                        211
Gender Politics in Modern China: Writing and Feminism. Edited by Tani E.
Barlow. Elisabeth J. Croll                                 211
Gender and Power in Rural North China. By Ellen Judd. Elisabeth J. Croll 211
China in Transformation. Edited by Tu Wei-ming. Frank Dik6tter  215
Landflucht und interprovinzielle Migration in der VR China. By Karsten
Giese. Walter Schulze                                      217
Between Freedom and Subsistence: China and Human Rights. By Ann
Kent. James D. Seymour                                     218
The Great Wall in Ruins: Communication and Cultural Change in China. By
Godwin C. Chu and Yanan Ju. Judy Polumbaum                 220
Politics, Ideology and Literary Discourse in Modern China. Edited by Liu
Kang and Xiaobing Tang. Merle Goldman                      222
Like a Knife: Ideology and Genre in Contemporary Chinese Popular Music.
By Andrew F. Jones. Don Cohn                               223
Forbidden Games & Video Poems: The Poetry of Yang Mu and Lo Ch 'ing.
By Yang Mu and Lo Ch'ing, trans. Joseph R. Allen. C. D. Alison Bailey 225
Renditions: A Chinese-English Translation Magazine, No. 39. Edited by
Eva Hung and D. E. Pollard. C. D. Alison Bailey            225

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