2007 China Q. [i] (2007)

handle is hein.journals/chnaquar48 and id is 1 raw text is: The China Quarterly
an international journal for the study of China
March 2007 number 189
1    Linking Up with the International Track: What's in a Slogan?
Hongying Wang
24   Fidel Castro and China's Lesson for Cuba: A Chinese Perspective
Yinghong Cheng
43   From the Tax-for-Fee Reform to the Abolition of Agricultural Taxes: The Impact on
Township Governments in North-west China
John James Kennedy
60   Gendered Pathways to Rural Schooling: The Interplay of Wealth and Local
Institutions
Deborah Davis, Pierre Landry, Yusheng Peng and Jin Xiao
83   Regulating Intellectual Life in China: The Case of the Chinese Academy of Social
Sciences
Margaret Sleeboom-Faulkner
100  Bureaucracy Meets the Environment: Elite Perceptions in Six Chinese Cities
Yanqi Tong
122  How Do Chinese Civic Associations Respond to the Internet? Findings from a Survey
Guobin Yang
144  Contemporary Re-emergence of the Qipao: Political Nationalism, Cultural
Production and Popular Consumption of a Traditional Chinese Dress
Matthew Chew
162  The Rise and Fall of Leninist Control in Taiwan's Industry
Min-sho Ho
In Memoriam
180 Frederic Wakeman, Jr. (1937-2006), Mark C. Elliott
Book Reviews
187 Rightful Resistance in Rural China. By Kevin J. O'Brien and Lianjiang Li. Lucien
Bianco
188  Neoliberalism as Exception: Mutations in Citizenship and Sovereignty. By Aihwa
Ong. Rebecca E. Karl
190  China's Longest Campaign: Birth Planning in the People's Republic, 1949-2005. By
Tyrene White. Joyce K. Kallgren
192  The Transformation of Chinese Socialism. By Lin Chun. Yiching Wu
193  Economic Reform in China, 1979-2003: The MarketLation of Labor and State
Enterprises. By Elizabeth Freund Larus. Ginter Schucher
194  The Science of Military Strategy. Edited by Peng Guangqian and Yao Youzhi.
Richard Desjardins
196  Chinese Cyberspaces: Technological Changes and Political Effects. Edited by Jens
Damm and Simona Thomas; The Internet in China: Unlocking and Containing the
Public Sphere. By Johan Lagerkvist. Xiudian Dai

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