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The Resource China : in the post-utopian age, Christopher J. Smith

China : in the post-utopian age, Christopher J. Smith

Label
China : in the post-utopian age
Title
China
Title remainder
in the post-utopian age
Statement of responsibility
Christopher J. Smith
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
China in the Post-Utopian Age is an interdisciplinary book about China in the post-utopian age, focusing on the transformations that have occurred during the leaderships of Deng Xiaoping and Jiang Zemin throughout the 1980s and 1990s
Biographical or historical data
Smith, Christopher J
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Smith, Christopher J
Dewey number
306/.0951
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • China
  • China
  • China
Label
China : in the post-utopian age, Christopher J. Smith
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Introduction: New Wealth and Old Poverty
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; Half Title; Title; Copyright; Contents; List of Acronyms; List of Illustrations; PART 1 INTRODUCTION; 1 China in the Post-Utopian Age; Introduction: China's New Great Transformation; Is China Losing Its Way at the End of the Millennium?; Comparative Postsocialisms: Life in the Post-Utopian Age; An Outline of the Book; 2 China and the Geographical Imagination; Introduction: Geographical Imperatives in Contemporary China; Space, Place, and the Geographical Imagination; Standing Up or Keeping Silent?; PART 2 SPACE, SOCIETY, AND THE STATE IN CHINA; 3 Culture Change in Contemporary China
  • Introduction: Mao Zedong Makes a ComebackGuanxi and Gift-Giving in China: The Resilience of an Ancient Custom; Locating the Chinese Cross-Culturally; Modernization and Culture Change; The Four Modernizations and the Commodification of Personal Relationships; New Cultural Trends in China; 4 China's Political Economy and the Transition out of Socialism; Introduction: China's Transition; China's Marxism; Political Economy and the Socialist Transformation in China; Politics and Reform in Post-Mao China; Deconstructing Deng Xiaoping and His Legacy
  • 5 China's Population: Resistance, Compliance, and the National InterestIntroduction: The Politics of Reproduction; A Brief Population Geography; Implementing the One-Child Policy: A Description; Resisting the One-Child Policy: An Evaluation; Compliance with the One-Child Policy: An Interpretation; Side Effects of the One-Child Policy; Population Policy in the Future: Reducing Coercion, Solving Contradictions; 6 Life, Death, and the Commodification of Health Care in China; Introduction: The Health Care a Society Deserves?; The People's Medicine: Health Care in the Maoist Era
  • Medicine and Reform: Health Care Concerns in the Dengist EraPoverty, Disease, and Death in the Rural Periphery; Health Care in the Dengist Era: An Evaluation; Enduring Contradictions in China's Health Care System; PART 3 THE FOUR MODERNIZATIONS: CHINA's ECONOMIC AND SPATIAL TRANSITION; 7 Agrarian Reform in China: Feeding the Billion-Plus; Introduction: The Great Famine, 1958-1961; The Spatial Organization of Chinese Agriculture, 1949-1976; Privatizing Agriculture: China's Agrarian Reforms; Evaluating the Impact of the HRS Reforms; Peasant Resistance and the Changing Nature of Rural Politics
  • 8 China's Economy in the Transition from Plan to MarketIntroduction: China Catching Up; The Socialist Transformation; China Moving Ahead: Decentralizing and Marketizing the Economy; Assessing the Two Faces of Reform; Developing the Socialist Market Economy; 9 The World's Most Rapidly Urbanizing Nation; Introduction: The End of the Socialist City?; The Chinese City in History; Patterns of Urban Growth Since 1949; Maoist City Planning; Chinese Cities at the End of the Millennium; An Evaluation: People and Places in China's Posttransition Cities; 10 Inequality and Persistent Poverty in China
Control code
on1109798069
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (648 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780429039324
Level of compression
unknown
Note
Taylor & Francis
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1109798069
Label
China : in the post-utopian age, Christopher J. Smith
Publication
Note
Introduction: New Wealth and Old Poverty
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; Half Title; Title; Copyright; Contents; List of Acronyms; List of Illustrations; PART 1 INTRODUCTION; 1 China in the Post-Utopian Age; Introduction: China's New Great Transformation; Is China Losing Its Way at the End of the Millennium?; Comparative Postsocialisms: Life in the Post-Utopian Age; An Outline of the Book; 2 China and the Geographical Imagination; Introduction: Geographical Imperatives in Contemporary China; Space, Place, and the Geographical Imagination; Standing Up or Keeping Silent?; PART 2 SPACE, SOCIETY, AND THE STATE IN CHINA; 3 Culture Change in Contemporary China
  • Introduction: Mao Zedong Makes a ComebackGuanxi and Gift-Giving in China: The Resilience of an Ancient Custom; Locating the Chinese Cross-Culturally; Modernization and Culture Change; The Four Modernizations and the Commodification of Personal Relationships; New Cultural Trends in China; 4 China's Political Economy and the Transition out of Socialism; Introduction: China's Transition; China's Marxism; Political Economy and the Socialist Transformation in China; Politics and Reform in Post-Mao China; Deconstructing Deng Xiaoping and His Legacy
  • 5 China's Population: Resistance, Compliance, and the National InterestIntroduction: The Politics of Reproduction; A Brief Population Geography; Implementing the One-Child Policy: A Description; Resisting the One-Child Policy: An Evaluation; Compliance with the One-Child Policy: An Interpretation; Side Effects of the One-Child Policy; Population Policy in the Future: Reducing Coercion, Solving Contradictions; 6 Life, Death, and the Commodification of Health Care in China; Introduction: The Health Care a Society Deserves?; The People's Medicine: Health Care in the Maoist Era
  • Medicine and Reform: Health Care Concerns in the Dengist EraPoverty, Disease, and Death in the Rural Periphery; Health Care in the Dengist Era: An Evaluation; Enduring Contradictions in China's Health Care System; PART 3 THE FOUR MODERNIZATIONS: CHINA's ECONOMIC AND SPATIAL TRANSITION; 7 Agrarian Reform in China: Feeding the Billion-Plus; Introduction: The Great Famine, 1958-1961; The Spatial Organization of Chinese Agriculture, 1949-1976; Privatizing Agriculture: China's Agrarian Reforms; Evaluating the Impact of the HRS Reforms; Peasant Resistance and the Changing Nature of Rural Politics
  • 8 China's Economy in the Transition from Plan to MarketIntroduction: China Catching Up; The Socialist Transformation; China Moving Ahead: Decentralizing and Marketizing the Economy; Assessing the Two Faces of Reform; Developing the Socialist Market Economy; 9 The World's Most Rapidly Urbanizing Nation; Introduction: The End of the Socialist City?; The Chinese City in History; Patterns of Urban Growth Since 1949; Maoist City Planning; Chinese Cities at the End of the Millennium; An Evaluation: People and Places in China's Posttransition Cities; 10 Inequality and Persistent Poverty in China
Control code
on1109798069
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (648 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780429039324
Level of compression
unknown
Note
Taylor & Francis
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1109798069

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