Town and country in China : identity and perception / edited by David Faure and Tao Tao Liu.

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Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire ; New York : Palgrave in association with St Antony's College, Oxford, 2002.
Description
ix, 260 pages : maps ; 23 cm.

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Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
  • Marvelling at the wonders of the metropolis : perceptions of seventeenth-century Chinese cities in the novel Xingshi yinyuan zhuan / Daria Berg
  • Town and country representation as seen in temple fairs / Zhao Shiyu
  • What Weber did not know : towns and economic development in Ming and Qing China / David Faure
  • Village identity in rural North China : a sense of place in the diary of Liu Dapeng / Henrietta Harrison
  • Factories in the countryside : the industrial workforce and social division in Nantong county, 1895-1937 / Elisabeth Köll
  • Urban superiority, modernity and local identity
  • a think piece on the case of Shanghai / Hanchao Lu
  • Emergent civil society in the late Qing dynasty : the case of Suzhou / Ma Min
  • Representing the city : Shanghai and its maps / Catherine Vance Yeh
  • Perceptions of city and country in modern Chinese fiction in the early Republican era / Tao Tao Liu
  • Redefining the market town through festivals in South China / Helen F. Siu.
ISBN
  • 0333945956
  • 9780333945957
LCCN
2001021733
OCLC
47805005
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