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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-x
  2. Robert Benewick, Paul Wingrove
    Pages 1-4
  3. Robert Benewick
    Pages 5-20
  4. Gordon White
    Pages 21-33
  5. Tony Saich
    Pages 34-50
  6. Simon Long
    Pages 51-62
  7. Shaun Breslin
    Pages 63-72
  8. Jude Howell
    Pages 73-82
  9. Donald C. Clarke
    Pages 83-93
  10. Nicola Macbean
    Pages 94-104
  11. John Dearlove
    Pages 120-131
  12. David S. G. Goodman
    Pages 132-144
  13. Xiao-zhuang Zhou
    Pages 145-157
  14. Godfrey Kwok-yung Yeung
    Pages 158-168
  15. Shirin M. Rai
    Pages 181-192
  16. Penny Kane
    Pages 193-203
  17. Elisabeth J. Croll
    Pages 204-215
  18. Joe C. B. Leung
    Pages 216-223
  19. Anne Wedell-Wedellsborg
    Pages 224-233
  20. Rosemary Foot
    Pages 234-244
  21. Paul Wingrove
    Pages 245-255
  22. Robert Benewick, Paul Wingrove
    Pages 256-271
  23. Back Matter
    Pages 272-290

About this book

Introduction

Now updated with a chapter-length afterword by the editors on the end of the Deng era and its aftermath, China in the 1990s provides a comprehensive survey of a nation in transition. An understanding of this complex process requires a multidisciplinary and multidimensional approach, which the editors have achieved by bringing together experts from Britain, the United States, Europe, Australia and Hong Kong to examine China's economic, political, military, cultural and social achievements and problems.

Keywords

bibliography China economy film foreign policy gender market economy Policy reforms society

Editors and affiliations

  • Robert Benewick
    • 1
  • Paul Wingrove
    • 2
  1. 1.University of SussexUK
  2. 2.University of GreenwichUK

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