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The Resource Hygiene, sociality, and culture in contemporary rural China : the uncanny new village, Lili Lai

Hygiene, sociality, and culture in contemporary rural China : the uncanny new village, Lili Lai

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Hygiene, sociality, and culture in contemporary rural China : the uncanny new village
Title
Hygiene, sociality, and culture in contemporary rural China
Title remainder
the uncanny new village
Statement of responsibility
Lili Lai
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
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Lai, Lili,
Dewey number
362.951
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Series statement
China's environment and welfare
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • China
  • Rural-urban relations
  • Villages
  • Public welfare
Label
Hygiene, sociality, and culture in contemporary rural China : the uncanny new village, Lili Lai
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Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; Table of Contents; Acknowledgments; Preface; 1. The Local Intimacies of China's Rural-Urban Divide; I. The rural-urban divide as a mobile and relative dyad; II. Seeing like a state: A sketch of the making of rural-urban divide; III. The discourse of "the three-nong question"; IV. Situating the research, methodology and theoretical basis; An Overview of Shang Village; 2. Dirt, Hygiene, Habitus; I. House, home, and family; II. Daily hygiene; III. Weisheng; IV. New house, new village; V. Unavoidable trash; VI. Uncanny modernization; 3. Immanent Sociality: Open-ended Belonging
  • I. The Xiaogang Village paradox II. Society of familiars; III. Everyday sociality; IV. The art of social relations; V. Migration: A general background; VI. Migrant life: Reproducing belonging; VII. New village, new families; 4. Culture Plaza: Why Culture? Whose Plaza?; I. Building the Culture Plaza; II. Cultivating a new type of peasant who has wenhua; III. Planting poplars to develop the economy; IV. Interpreting the "scriptures" from above; V. Everyday life and the travels of "culture"; VI. Discerning wenhua, the cultural; 5. The Uncanny New Village; References; Index; List of Figures
  • Figure 1 -- The location of Zhaozhou County in China Figure 2 -- Ayi's side house and main house; Figure 3 -- Ayi's hall room; Figure 4 -- Ayi cleaning the hall room; Figure 5 -- Ayi's kitchen; Figure 6 -- The pit latrine in Li Shu's old house; Figure 7 -- The well and the drainage from inside to outside Ayi's yard; Figure 8 -- Shaoli doing laundry; Figure 9 -- Ayi's yard and the washstand outside kitchen; Figure 10 -- Li Shu's old house and new house (the one with green door); Figure 11 -- The hall room in a new-style house; Figure 12 -- The trash spot and the pit next to Li Shu's house
  • Figure 13 -- A collective latrine by the ditch Figure 14 -- Trash in the roadside ditch; Figure 15 -- The dirt path outside Ayi's yard, and the pit that collects water from her drainage pipe; Figure 16 -- The village recycling business; Figure 17 -- Li Shu's clinic; Figure 18 -- The other "neighborhood center"; Figure 19 -- The polluted river in Wenzhou migrant community; Figure 20 -- Old people chatting in the Wenzhou village; Figure 21 -- Dorm rooms; Figure 22 -- A line of locked faucets outside a migrant residence; Figure 23 -- Ping's old side house alongside the new house
  • Figure 24 -- The Yellow Dragon Master Figure 25 -- From the Old Pit to Lotus Pond; Figure 26 -- Laboring on the Culture Plaza; Figure 27 -- The Temple of Yellow Dragon; Figure 28 -- Paozi hui: preparation; Figure 29 -- Paozi hui: the show day; Figure 30 -- The Wenhua Guangchang in 2010
Control code
ocn961433978
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Extent
1 online resource (249 pages)
File format
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Form of item
online
Isbn
9789048527007
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Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
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Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)961433978
Label
Hygiene, sociality, and culture in contemporary rural China : the uncanny new village, Lili Lai
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; Table of Contents; Acknowledgments; Preface; 1. The Local Intimacies of China's Rural-Urban Divide; I. The rural-urban divide as a mobile and relative dyad; II. Seeing like a state: A sketch of the making of rural-urban divide; III. The discourse of "the three-nong question"; IV. Situating the research, methodology and theoretical basis; An Overview of Shang Village; 2. Dirt, Hygiene, Habitus; I. House, home, and family; II. Daily hygiene; III. Weisheng; IV. New house, new village; V. Unavoidable trash; VI. Uncanny modernization; 3. Immanent Sociality: Open-ended Belonging
  • I. The Xiaogang Village paradox II. Society of familiars; III. Everyday sociality; IV. The art of social relations; V. Migration: A general background; VI. Migrant life: Reproducing belonging; VII. New village, new families; 4. Culture Plaza: Why Culture? Whose Plaza?; I. Building the Culture Plaza; II. Cultivating a new type of peasant who has wenhua; III. Planting poplars to develop the economy; IV. Interpreting the "scriptures" from above; V. Everyday life and the travels of "culture"; VI. Discerning wenhua, the cultural; 5. The Uncanny New Village; References; Index; List of Figures
  • Figure 1 -- The location of Zhaozhou County in China Figure 2 -- Ayi's side house and main house; Figure 3 -- Ayi's hall room; Figure 4 -- Ayi cleaning the hall room; Figure 5 -- Ayi's kitchen; Figure 6 -- The pit latrine in Li Shu's old house; Figure 7 -- The well and the drainage from inside to outside Ayi's yard; Figure 8 -- Shaoli doing laundry; Figure 9 -- Ayi's yard and the washstand outside kitchen; Figure 10 -- Li Shu's old house and new house (the one with green door); Figure 11 -- The hall room in a new-style house; Figure 12 -- The trash spot and the pit next to Li Shu's house
  • Figure 13 -- A collective latrine by the ditch Figure 14 -- Trash in the roadside ditch; Figure 15 -- The dirt path outside Ayi's yard, and the pit that collects water from her drainage pipe; Figure 16 -- The village recycling business; Figure 17 -- Li Shu's clinic; Figure 18 -- The other "neighborhood center"; Figure 19 -- The polluted river in Wenzhou migrant community; Figure 20 -- Old people chatting in the Wenzhou village; Figure 21 -- Dorm rooms; Figure 22 -- A line of locked faucets outside a migrant residence; Figure 23 -- Ping's old side house alongside the new house
  • Figure 24 -- The Yellow Dragon Master Figure 25 -- From the Old Pit to Lotus Pond; Figure 26 -- Laboring on the Culture Plaza; Figure 27 -- The Temple of Yellow Dragon; Figure 28 -- Paozi hui: preparation; Figure 29 -- Paozi hui: the show day; Figure 30 -- The Wenhua Guangchang in 2010
Control code
ocn961433978
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (249 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789048527007
Level of compression
unknown
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)961433978

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