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Understanding Chinese society : changes and transformations / Eileen Yuk-ha Tsang.

By: Tsang, Eileen Yuk-Ha.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: HN733.5 .T736 2016Series: Series on contemporary China: v. 37.Publication: New Jersey : World Scientific, c2016Description: xvi, 172 p. : ill., map.ISBN: 9789814644853; 9814644854.Subject(s): Social change -- China | China -- Social conditions -- 2000-
Contents:
Foreword -- Preface -- Introduction -- : basic institutions of the Chinese societies -- The Chinese society in pre-reform China -- The institutional changes in post-reform China -- Socioeconomic changes in the Chinese societies -- Chinese family and kinship : yesterday and today -- Chinese women and education : better off in post-socialist China? -- Emergence of the Chinese new middle class -- Governmentality and conspicuous consumption pattern -- Sociocultural changes in the Chinese societies -- Institutionalization of Guanxi (connections) -- Consumerism, the pursuit of beauty, and medical tourism -- The legacy of leftover ladies -- Masculinity crisis in post-reform China -- Caught up in corruption in post-reform China -- Popular culture, media, and society in post-reform China -- Conclusion.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Foreword -- Preface -- Introduction -- : basic institutions of the Chinese societies -- The Chinese society in pre-reform China -- The institutional changes in post-reform China -- Socioeconomic changes in the Chinese societies -- Chinese family and kinship : yesterday and today -- Chinese women and education : better off in post-socialist China? -- Emergence of the Chinese new middle class -- Governmentality and conspicuous consumption pattern -- Sociocultural changes in the Chinese societies -- Institutionalization of Guanxi (connections) -- Consumerism, the pursuit of beauty, and medical tourism -- The legacy of leftover ladies -- Masculinity crisis in post-reform China -- Caught up in corruption in post-reform China -- Popular culture, media, and society in post-reform China -- Conclusion.

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