5 edition of The changing society of China found in the catalog.
The changing society of China
Bibliography: p. 254-263.
|Statement||by Chʻu Chai and Winberg Chai.|
|Series||A Mentor book, M4938|
|Contributions||Chai, Winberg, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HN673 .C48 1969|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||278|
|LC Control Number||77007258|
The Effect of the Book In China, the Books of Changes are thought to be the origins of famous classics such as books written by Confucius, Zhuang Zi, and Lao Zi. The books are said to be an influence in many fields of people's life, including the military, politics, culture and even medicine. Best Books About China Best books, fiction or non, about China From Village to City in a Changing China by. Leslie T. Chang. avg rating — 7, ratings. I was just reading a review for a book by John Hersey called The Wall when I saw it was put on the "books about China" list. THE WALL IS ABOUT THE WARSAW GHETTO AND HAS.
Climate change presents perhaps the most profound challenge ever to have confronted human social, political, and economic systems. The stakes are massive, the risks and uncertainties severe, the economics controversial, the science besieged, the politics bitter and complicated, the psychology puzzling, the impacts devastating, the interactions with other environmental and Cited by: 3. Users should realize, however, that some good books (e.g., recent ones) may not yet be included in this edition. The bibliography is on the web as “freeware” for use and copying by anybody, but it is not amended at the speed of Size: 1MB.
Chinese Society. Traditional Chinese society. Transitional Chinese society. Contemporary Chinese society. BIBLIOGRAPHY. Hegel spoke of China as the country “des ewig wiederhehrenden Prinzips” meaning, in general, “eternal” ty, however, is not a concept much in vogue in a time when revolutionary changes are transforming almost every human society . China's Change injects timely, original ideas into the world's most important, if confused, debate over how to manage the twin challenges of anaemic economic growth and accelerating global disruption. Change is the cry from the US to Europe, Asia to Australasia. The snag is the West has no playbook to help.
Performance objectives development project
Literary Renaissance in America.
Big Bird The Artist Get Ready
Directions for a godly life
study of awareness, attitudes and future expectations of Ontario residents regarding the supply and use of electric energy
Human skeletal remains from Mahadaha
The microform holdings of the John F. Kennedy-Institut Library.
Le Morte Darthur
Coding theory, cryptography, and related areas
Hilda among the broken gods
Birmingham diocesan directory.
U.S. Department of Agriculture, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, Raleigh, North Carolina.
China's rapid economic growth, modernization and globalization have led to astounding social changes. This book introduces readers to key sociological perspectives, themes and debates about Chinese society and social change.
It considers China's imperial past and the Maoist era/5(10). Get this from a library. The changing society of China. [Chʻu Chai; Winberg Chai] -- A social, political, and cultural survey of China from its remote past to the present day From ancient dynasties to communism.
It should be welcomed for a variety of courses on Chinese politics and society, as well as general education and sociology courses where China is placed in a comparative perspective.' Stanley Rosen, Director of the East Asian Studies Center and Professor of Political Science, University of Southern California, USA.
'This is a most welcome book/5(2). Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. The changing society of China by Chʻu Chai,New American Library edition, in EnglishCited by: 8. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Chai, Chʻu, Changing society of China.
New York, New American Library  (OCoLC) This book attempts to provide an overview of social and political changes in Chinese society since the global financial crisis.
Rapid economic development has restructured the setup of society and empowered or weakened certain social players. This bestselling introduction to Chinese society uses the themes of resistance and protest to explore the complexity of life in contemporary China. An interdisciplinary and international team of China scholars draw on perspectives from sociology, anthropology, psychology, history and political science and covers a broad range of issues.
Contemporary China. Society and Social Change. China’s rapid economic growth, modernization and globalization have led to astounding social changes. Contemporary China provides a fasci- natingportrayalofsocietyandsocialchangeinthecontemporaryPeople’s Republic of.
As an extra mention on this list, for a fun and light work – China Online is a concise book by translator and multilingual netizen Véronique Michel, that offers an exploration into China’s rapidly changing society and its flourishing Internet environment, where new expressions emerge every day.
Although any book on a topic such as this will inescapably be outdated from the moment. "The Internet, Social Media, and a Changing China is the first book-length study of the Chinese Internet after the social media revolution that completely changed the contours and possibilities of Chinese cyberspace.
The individual chapters provide a diverse range of empirical and conceptual insights, and, taken as a whole, the volume stands alongside the major. The Changing Landscape of China's Consumerism looks at the growth of consumerism in China from both a socio-economic and a political/cultural angle.
It examines changing trends in consumption in China as well as the impact of these trends on society, and the politics and culture surrounding them. It’s a country as complex as it is vast, of contrasts and contradictions, with a history spanning 5, years. This can make China difficult for outsiders to understand.
“Today’s China is hard to fully understand because it is huge, rapidly changing and complex,” writes Dingding Chen of the University of Macau. Very well-written, enjoyable books that increase understanding of both China's past and present.
Out of Mao's Shadow: The Struggle for the Soul of a New China, by Phillip P. Pan (, Simon. But to most economists, China was the real reason for disruptions in the metal market, and imposing tariffs additionally on U.S. allies was nonsensical, the argument went: After all, even if.
"In her edited volume "Changing Media, Changing China" Susan Shirk gives us a rich and in-depth panorama of the previously understudied realms of China's media policies. This book will be a real boon to the student of modern China.". While heroin use in China is soaring, little is known about women’s heroin use in the context of China’s rapidly changing society.
Using intensive interviews with female heroin users, this book explores the careers of female heroin users in China under changing social contexts in the reform : Huan Gao. Rich in cultural and linguistic details, the book is the first of its kind to highlight the implications of language change on the social order and cultural life of contemporary China.
Language and Social Change in China is ideal for students and scholars interested in sociolinguistics and linguistic anthropology, and Chinese language and society.
From a largely rural society under socialist rule the country has seen intensified urbanization throughout the past three decades during its transition to a – what the Chinese authorities call – socialist market economy (Wang, ; Friedmann, ).1 The effects of China’s economic reformation are undeniably recognizable throughout the.
China's New Confucianism is a book that anyone with a deep interest in China can sink their teeth into, learn from, be challenged by, and thoroughly enjoy."—Stephen C.
Angle, Wesleyan University "Daniel Bell is without peer among contemporary political and social philosophers working on traditional and contemporary China. Political Order in Changing Societies is a book by Samuel P. Huntington dealing with changes in political systems and political institutions.
Huntington rejected the prevalent more optimistic modernization theories, arguing that order and stability themselves are crucial objectives in developing countries. In the Modernization of China, an interdisciplinary team of scholars collaborate closely to provide the first systematic, integrated analysis of China in transformation--from an agrarian-based to an urbanized and industrialized society.
Moving from the legacy of the Ming and Ch'ing dynasties to the reforms and revolutions of the 20th century, the authors seek reasons for China's inability 5/5(1). ISSN: X (Print) (Online) Browse Volumes & Issues. Latest Articles.
Connectivity of Minimum Noninjectively Colorable Planar Cubic Graphs. Jing Jin, Bao-Gang Xu (March ) An Objective Penalty Method for Optimistic Bilevel Programming Problems. June Liu, Tao Zhang, Yu-Xin Fan, Bing Han (March ).Books shelved as chinese-culture: Snow Flower and the Secret Fan by Lisa See, Peony in Love by Lisa See, The Good Earth by Pearl S.
Buck, Dreams of Joy b.