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Chinese Professional Republic State: The Rise of Professional Associations in Shanghai, 1912-1937 (Cambridge Modern China Series) ePub download

by Xiaoqun Xu

  • Author: Xiaoqun Xu
  • ISBN: 0521027896
  • ISBN13: 978-0521027892
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  • Language: English
  • Category: Humanities
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (November 2, 2006)
  • Pages: 348
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Chinese Professional Republic State: The Rise of Professional Associations in Shanghai, 1912-1937 (Cambridge Modern China Series) ePub download

Xiaoqun Xu makes a compelling and original contribution to the study of China's modernization with this study of the rise of professional associations in Republican China, in their birthplace of Shanghai, and of their political and socio-cultural milieu.

Xiaoqun Xu makes a compelling and original contribution to the study of China's modernization with this study of the rise of professional associations in Republican China, in their birthplace of Shanghai, and of their political and socio-cultural milieu. Xu addresses a central issue in China studies, the relationship between state and society, and proposes an alternative to the Western-derived concept of civil society

Xiaoqun Xu makes a compelling and original contribution to the study of China's modernization with this study of the rise of professional associations in Republican China, in their birthplace of Shanghai, and of their political and socio-cultural milieu. Xu addresses a central issue in China studies, the relationship between state and society, and proposes an alternative to the Western-derived concept of civil society

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Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 30 September 2002.

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Article in The China Quarterly 171:741 - 779 · September 2002 with 4 Reads.

By Xu Xiaoqun Chinese Professionals and the Republican State: The Rise of Professional Associations in Shanghai, 1912–1937. - Volume 171 - Marie-Claire Bergère. Article in The China Quarterly 171:741 - 779 · September 2002 with 4 Reads. Cite this publication. Marie-Claire Bergère.

Xiaoqun Xu makes a compelling and original contribution to the study of China's modernization with this study of the rise of professional associations in Republican China, in their birthplace of Shanghai, and of their political and socio-cultural milieus. Xu addresses a central issue in China studies, the relationship between state and society, and proposes an alternative to the Western-derived concept of civil society

Xiaoqun Xu makes a compelling and original contribution to the study of China's modernization with this book on the rise of professional associations in Republican China in their birthplace of Shanghai, and of their political and socio-cultural milieu.

Xiaoqun Xu makes a compelling and original contribution to the study of China's modernization with this book on the rise of professional associations in Republican China in their birthplace of Shanghai, and of their political and socio-cultural milieu. Xu addresses a central issue in China studies, the relationship between state and society, and proposes an alternative to the Western-derived concept of civil society

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Xiaoqun Xu, Chinese Professionals and the Republican State: The Rise of Professional Associations in Shanghai, 1912-1937 (Cambridge University Press, 2001: ISBN 0-521-78071-3), p. 171. ^ Min Wu, "Newspapers in the Shanghai Library," International Newspaper Librarianship for the 21st Century, p. 173.

Xiaoqun Xu makes a compelling and original contribution to the study of China's modernization with this study of the rise of professional associations in Republican China, in their birthplace of Shanghai, and of their political and socio-cultural milieus. Xu addresses a central issue in China studies, the relationship between state and society, and proposes an alternative to the Western-derived concept of civil society. This book illuminates the multidimensional complexity of modernization and nationalism in twentieth-century China, and provides a concrete case for comparative studies of professionalization and class formation across cultures.
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