1997 China Q. [i] (1997)

handle is hein.journals/chnaquar38 and id is 1 raw text is: The China Quarterly
an international journal for the study of China
March 1997        number 149
The Fate of Judicial Independence in Republican China, 1912-37
Xu Xiaoqun     I
Legislating Women's and Children's Rights and Interests in
the PRC                                     Ronald C. Keith   29
Transformation of a Rural Economy in the Zhujiang Delta
George C. S. Lin  56
Research Notes
The Contradictory Impact of Reform on Environmental Protec-
tion in China                              Abigail R. Jahiel  81
Economic Reform and Attainment in Basic Education in China
Tsui Kai-yuen  104
Migration For and Against Agriculture in Eight Chinese Villages
Elisabeth J. Croll and Huang Ping  128
Crime and Punishment in Post-Liberation China: The Prisoners
of a Beijing Gaol in the 1950s               Frank Dikotter 147
The Basic Character of Crime in Contemporary China
Michael Dutton  160
Book Reviews
Management Issues in China: Volume 1 - Domestic Enterprises. Edited by
David H. Brown and Robin Porter. John Frankenstein         178
La Chine: de la rdvolution a la rdforme. By Diana Hochraich. Jean-Pierre
Cabestan                                                   179
Modernizing China. Edited by Dhirendra K. Vajpeyi. Jane Duckett  180
China's Economy After Deng: A Long-Term Perspective. By Peter C. Y.
Chow. Fung Kwan                                            181
China and India: Economic Reform and Global Integration. By Vincent
Gable. George Rosen                                        182
The Distribution of Wealth in Rural China. By Terry McKinley. Terry
Sicular                                                    183
China in the 1980s: Centre-Province Relations in a Reforming Socialist
State. By Shaun Gerard Breslin. Dali L. Yang               185
Authority and Benevolence: Social Welfare in China. By Joe C. B. Leung
and Richard C. Nann. Cecilia L. W. Chan                    186
Social Policy and the Economic State and Community Care in Chinese
Culture: Aging, Family, Urban Change and the Socialist Welfare
Pluralism. By Chen Sheying. Elisabeth J. Croll             187

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