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Town and Country in China: Identity and Perception

Опубликовано на портале: 23-11-2006
Изд-во: Palgrave, 2002, 272 с.
Contemporary scholars place the rural-urban divide at the center of individual identity in China. This interdisciplinary collection traces the development and distinctions between urban and rural life and the effect on the Chinese sense of identity from the 16th century to the present day. It provides a daunting example of the influence that political ideology may exert on an individual's sense of place.

1: Marvelling at the Wonders of the Metropolis: Perceptions of Seventeenth-Century Chinese Cities in the Novel Xingshi Yinyuan Zhuan . . .
2: Town and Country Representation as Seen in Temple Fairs
3: What Weber Did Not Know: Towns and Economic Development in Ming and Qing China
4: Village Identity in Rural North China: a Sense of Place in the Diary of Liu Dapeng
5: Factories in the Countryside: the Industrial Workforce and Social Division in Nantong County, 1895–1937
6: Urban Superiority, Modernity and Local Identity – a Think Piece on the Case of Shanghai
7: Emergent Civil Society in the Late Qing Dynasty: the Case of Suzhou
8: Representing the City: Shanghai and Its Maps
9: Perceptions of City and Country in Modern Chinese Fiction in the Early Republican Era
10: Redefining the Market Town Through Festivals in South China