Dr Kingsley Edney
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue
- Relevant Journals for This Module
- Topic 1 Making Modern China
- Topic 2 Institutions and Authority
- Topic 3 Legitimacy, Participation and Governance
- Topic 4 Politics and Development
- Topic 5 Human Rights and the Law
- Topic 6 Media
- Topic 7 Environment and Public Health
- Topic 8 Ethnic Identity and Separatism on China's Periphery
- Topic 9 Nationalism, Protests and the Party-State
- Topic 10 Overview: Key Questions and Concepts
Relevant Journals for This Module
Topic 1 Making Modern China
Saich, Tony (2015) ‘Diversity within unity’ in Governance and Politics of China [4th Edition]. Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 1-28.
Ye, Min (2021) ‘China in 2020: A Year of Converging Crises’ Asian survey. 61(1): 21-33.
Brown, Jeremy and Paul G. Pickowicz (2007) Dilemmas of Victory : The Early Years of the People's Republic of China. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
Burns, John P. (1994) ‘Strengthening central CCP control of leadership selection: the 1990 Nomenklatura’ The China Quarterly. 138(June): 458–491.
Cohen, Paul A. (2003) China Unbound : Evolving Perspectives on the Chinese Past. London: RoutledgeCurzon.
Dietrich, Craig (1994) People s China: A Brief History. Second edition, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Dittmer, Lowell (1980) ‘The legacy of Mao Zedong’ Asian Survey. 20(5): 552–573.
Dittmer, Lowell (1986) ‘Mao Zedong: ten years later’ The Australian Journal of Chinese Affairs. 16(July): 113–118.
Domes, Jurgen (1973) The Internal Politics of China, 1949-1972. London: Hurst.
Eastman, Lloyd E. (1974) The Abortive Revolution : China Under Nationalist Rule, 1927-1937. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
Gilley, Bruce (2010) ‘Deng Xiaoping and his successors (1976 to the present)’ in W.A. Joseph, ed. Politics in China : An Introduction, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Gittings, John (1993) ‘Review essay: understanding revolutionary China’ The China Quarterly. 133(March): 152–161.
Glanville, Luke (2010) ‘Retaining the mandate of heaven: sovereign accountability in ancient China’ Millennium. 39(2): 323–343.
Grieder, Jerome B. (1981) Intellectuals and the State in Modern China :A Narrative History. New York: Free Press.
Lawrance, Alan (2004) China Since 1919 : Revolution and Reform ;A Sourcebook, New York: Routledge.
Lee, Hong Yung (1979) ‘Mao’s strategy for revolutionary change: a case study of the Cultural Revolution’ The China Quarterly. 77(March): 50–73.
Lim, Louisa (2014) The People's Republic of amnesia : Tiananmen revisited (New York: Oxford University Press).
Link, Perry, Richard P. Madsen and Paul G. Pickowicz (eds.) (2013) Restless China (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield).
Mark, Chi-Kwan (2012) China and the World Since 1945 : An International History. London: Routledge.
Nee, Victor and David Mozingo, eds. (1983) State and society in contemporary China ISBN: 080149253X (pbk) : Unpriced; 0801415705 (cased) : Unpriced. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.
Ng-Quinn, Michael (1982) ‘Deng Xiaoping’s political reform and political order’ Asian Survey. 22(12): 1187–1205.
Phillips, Richard T. (1996) China Since 1911. Basingstoke: Macmillan.
Rodzinski, Witold (1979) A History of China. Oxford: Pergamon.
Schoppa, R. Keith (2010) ‘From Empire to People’s Republic’ in W.A. Joseph, ed. Politics in China : An Introduction, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Schwarcz, Vera (1986) The Chinese Enlightenment : Intellectuals and the Legacy of the May Fourth Movement of 1919. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.
Shambaugh, David (1993) ‘Deng Xiaoping: the politician’ The China Quarterly. 135(Sept): 457–490.
Spence, Jonathan (1998) The Chan 's Great Continent: China in Western Minds, New York: W. W. Norton.
Spence, Jonathan D. (2013) The Search for Modern China. Third Edition. New York: W.W. Norton & Company.
Teiwes, Frederick C. (2010) ‘Mao Zedong in power (1949-1976)’ in W.A. Joseph, ed. Politics in China : An Introduction, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Zhao, Suisheng (1993) ‘Deng Xiaoping’s Southern tour: elite politics in post-Tiananmen China’ Asian Survey. 33(8): 739–756.
Topic 2 Institutions and Authority
Saich, Tony (2015) ‘The central governing apparatus’ in Governance and Politics of China [4th Edition]. Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Almen, Oscar (2013) 'Only the Party manages cadres: limits of local People's Congress supervision and reform in China' Journal of Contemporary China. 22(80): 237 – 254.
Benton, Gregor (1977) 'The factional struggle in the Chinese Communist Party' Critique: Journal of Socialist Theory 8(1): 100–123.
Breslin, Shaun (2008) ‘Do leaders matter? Chinese politics, leadership transition and the 17th Party Congress’ Contemporary Politics 14(2): 215–231.
Brodsgaard, Kjeld E. (2002) 'Institutional reform and the bianzhi system in China' The China Quarterly. 170(June): 361–386.
Brodsgaard, Kjeld E. and Zheng Yongnian, eds. (2006) The Chinese Communist Party in Reform. London: Routledge.
Chai, Hongxia and Xiongwei Song (2013) 'The adaptive state: understanding political reform in China' Policy studies. 34(1): 73 – 88.
Chan, Hon S. (2004) 'Cadre personnel management in China: the nomenklatura system, 1990-1998' The China Quarterly. 179(Sept): 703–734.
Cho, Jae K. (1973) 'The training of cadres in communist China' Journal of East and West Studies 1(1): 3–35.
Cho, Young Nam (2008) 'Elite politics and the 17th Party Congress in China: changing norms and continuing questions' Korean Journal of Defense Analysis 20(2): 155–168. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva.
Chung, Jae Ho (2016) 'China's Local Governance in Perspective: Instruments of Central Government Control' The China journal. 75: 38-60.
Dittmer, Lowell (2003) 'Leadership change and Chinese political development' The China Quarterly. 176(Dec): 903–925.
Dynon, Nicholas (2008) ‘Four civilizations and the evolution of post-Mao Chinese socialist ideology’ The China Journal. 60(July): 83–109.
Ewing, Richard D. (2003) ‘Hu Jintao: the making of a Chinese General Secretary’ The China Quarterly. 173(March): 17–34.
Fenby, Jonathan (2013) 'China's unfinished revolution: the challenge for the new leaders' Asian affairs. 44(1): 1–11.
Fewsmith, Joseph (2021) 'Balances, Norms and Institutions: Why Elite Politics in the CCP Have Not Institutionalized' The China Quarterly DOI:10.1017/S0305741021000783
Goodman, David S.G. (2009) ‘Sixty years of the People’s Republic: local perspectives on the evolution of the state in China’ The Pacific Review. 22(4): 429–450.
Heilmann, Sebastian, and Elizabeth J. Perry (eds.) (2011) Mao's invisible hand : the political foundations of adaptive governance in China. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
Hildebrandt, Timothy (2013) Social organizations and the authoritarian state in China. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Hurst, William (2006) ‘The city as the focus: the analysis of contemporary Chinese urban politics’ China Information. 20(3): 457–479.
Jiang, Shigong (2010) ‘Written and unwritten constitutions: a new approach to the study of constitutional government in China’ Modern China. 36(1): 12-46.
Lampton, David M. (2014) Following the leader : ruling China, from Deng Xiaoping to Xi Jinping (Berkeley: University of California Press).
Lee, Hochul (2010) ‘Political institutionalization as political development in China’ Journal of Contemporary China. 19(65): 559–571.
Li, Cheng (2010) ‘China’s Communist Party-State: the structure and dynamics of power’ in W.A. Joseph, ed. Politics in China : An Introduction. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE
Li, Cheng (2012) 'The end of the CCP's resilient authoritarianism? A tripartite assessment of shifting power in China' The China Quarterly. 211(Sept): 595 – 623.
Lu, Xiaobo (2001) Cadres and Corruption: The Organizational Involution of the Chinese Communist Party. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.
Nathan, Andrew J. (2003) ‘Authoritarian Resilience’ Journal of democracy. ISSN: 1045-5736 14(1): 6-17.
Pei, Minxin (2012) 'China and East Asian democracy: is CCP rule fragile or resilient? Journal of Democracy. 23(1): 27 – 41.
Pieke, Frank N. (2009) The Good Communist : Elite Training and State Building in Today's China. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Shambaugh, David (2008) China's Communist Party : atrophy & adaptation ISBN: 9780520254923 (cloth : alk. paper) (Washington, D.C.: Woodrow Wilson Center Press).
Shambaugh, David (2008) ‘Training China’s political elite: the party school system’ The China Quarterly. 196(Dec): 827–844.
Smith, Graeme (2010) 'The hollow state: rural governance in China' The China Quarterly. 203(Sept): 601–618.
Trevaskes, Susan (2011) ‘Political ideology, the party, and politicking: justice system reform in China’ Modern China. 37(3): 315–344.
Walker, Kenneth C. (2012) ‘The brittle strength of the Chinese Communist Party’ Asian Affairs. 43(2): 280–287.
Zheng, Yongnian (2010) The Chinese Communist Party as organizational emperor : culture, reproduction and transformation. London: Routledge.
Zhou, Xueguang (2010) ‘The institutional logic of collusion among local governments in China’ Modern China. 36(1): 47-78.
Topic 3 Legitimacy, Participation and Governance
Holbig, Heike (2013) ‘Ideology After the End of Ideology: China and the Quest for Autocratic Legitimation’ Democratization. ISSN: 1351-0347 20(1): 61-81.
Li, He (2020) 'The Chinese Discourse on Good Governance: Content and Implications' Journal of Contemporary China. 29(126): 824-837.
Burgio, Claire (2007) ‘Democracy in China: a distant dream’ Asia Europe Journal. 5(2): 181–186.
Chen, Jie (2014) A middle class without democracy : economic growth and the prospects for democratization in China (Oxford: Oxford University Press).
Chen, Jie and Bruce J. Dickson (2008) ‘Allies of the state: democratic support and regime support among China’s private entrepreneurs’ The China Quarterly. 196(Dec): 780–804.
Chen, Jie and Chunlong Lu (2011) ‘Democratization and the middle class in China: the middle class’s attitudes towards democracy’ Political Research Quarterly. 64(3): 705–719.
Dickson, Bruce J., Mingming Shen and Jie Yan (2017) ‘Generating Regime Support in Contemporary China: Legitimation and the Local Legitimacy Deficit’ Modern China. ISSN: 0097-7004 43(2): 123-155.
Dimitrov, Martin K. (2015) 'Internal Government Assessments of the Quality of Governance in China' Studies in comparative international development. 50(1): 50-72.
Ding, Yijiang (2002) Chinese Democracy After Tiananmen. New York: Columbia University Press.
Dukalskis, Alexander and Johannes Gerschewski (2017) ‘What autocracies say (and what citizens hear): proposing four mechanisms of autocratic legitimation’ Contemporary Politics ISSN: 1356-9775 23(3): 251-268.
Fishkin et al. (2010) ‘Deliberative democracy in an unlikely place: deliberative polling in China’ British journal of political science. 40(2): 435–448.
Gerschewski, Johannes (2013) 'The three pillars of stability: legitimation, repression, and co-optation in autocratic regimes' Democratization. ISSN: 1351-0347 20(1): 13-38.
Gilley, Bruce (2008) ‘Legitimacy and institutional change: the case of China’ Comparative Political Studies. 41(3): 259–284.
Gilley, Bruce (2009) The right to rule : how states win and lose legitimacy ISBN: 9780231138727 (hbk.) : No price; 0231138725 (hbk.) : No price; 9780231511254 (ebook) : No price; 0231511256 (ebook) : No price (New York: Colombia University Press).
Gilley, Bruce and Heike Holbig (2009) ‘The debate on party legitimacy in China: a mixed quantitative/qualitative analysis’ Journal of Contemporary China. 18(59): 339-358.
Goldman, Merle (1994) Sowing the Seeds of Democracy in China : Political Reform in the Deng Xiaoping Era. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
Guo, Xiajuan, Yongnian Zheng and Lijun Yang (2009) ‘Women’s participation in village autonomy in China: evidence from Zhejiang Province’ The China Quarterly. 197(March): 145–164.
He, Baogang, and Stig Thøgersen (2010) 'Giving the people a voice? Experiments with consultative authoritarian institutions in China' Journal of contemporary China. 19(66): 675–692.
Holbig, Heike and Bruce Gilley (2010) ‘Reclaiming legitimacy in China’ Politics & Policy 38(3): 395–422.
Huang, Yasheng (2013) 'Democratize or die: why China's communists face reform or revolution' Foreign affairs. 92(1): 47–54.
Kennedy, John James (2009) ‘Legitimacy with Chinese characteristics: "two increases, one reduction"’ Journal of Contemporary China. 18(60): 391-395.
Lai, Hongyi (2010) ‘Uneven opening of China’s society, economy, and politics: pro-growth authoritarian governance and protests in China’ Journal of Contemporary China. 19(67): 819–835.
Landry, Pierre F., Deborah Davis and Shiru Wang (2010) ‘Elections in rural China: competition without parties’ Comparative political studies. 43(6): 763–790.
Leib, Ethan J. and Baogang He (eds) (2006) The search for deliberative democracy in China, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Lin, Canchu and Yueh-Ting Lee (2013) 'The constitutive rhetoric of democratic centralism: a thematic analysis of Mao's discourse on democracy' Journal of contemporary China. 22(79): 148–165.
Liu, Yu and Dingding Chen (2012) ‘Why China will democratize’ The Washington Quarterly. 35(1): 41–63.
Manion, Melanie (2009) ‘How to assess village elections in China’ Journal of Contemporary China. 18(60): 379-383.
Mattingly, Daniel C. (2019) The Art of Political Control in China (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).
O'Brien, Kevin J. and Rongbin Han (2009) 'Path to democracy? Assessing village elections in rural China' Journal of contemporary China. 18(60): 359–378.
Peng, Yali (1998) 'Democracy and Chinese political discourses' Modern China. 24(4): 408 – 444.
Perry, Elizabeth J. (2007) ‘Studying Chinese politics: farewell to revolution? ’ The China Journal. 57(Jan): 1–22.
Perry, Elizabeth (2017) 'Cultural Governance in Contemporary China: "Re-Orienting" Party Propaganda' in Vivienne Shue and Patricia M. Thornton, eds. To Govern China: Evolving Practices of Power. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 29-55.
Philion, Stephen E. (2009) Workers' democracy in China's transition from state socialism. New York: Routledge.
Sarotte, M. E. (2012) ‘China’s fear of contagion: Tiananmen Square and the power of the European example’ International security. 37(2): 156-82.
Schubert, Gunter (2008) ‘One-party rule and the question of legitimacy in contemporary China: preliminary thoughts on setting up a new research agenda’ Journal of Contemporary China. 17(54): 191-204.
Shi, Tianjian (2000) 'Cultural values and democracy in the People's Republic of China' The China quarterly. 162(June): 540–559.
Sun, Xin (2014) ‘Autocrats’ dilemma: the dual impacts of village elections on public opinion in China’ The China journal. 71: 109-131.
Sturgeon, Janet C. (2009) ‘Quality control: resource access and local village elections in rural China’ Modern Asian Studies. 43(2): 481–509.
Tang, Beibei (2015) 'Deliberating governance in Chinese urban communities' The China journal. 73: 84-107.
Tang, Min (2011) ‘The political behaviour of the Chinese middle class’ Journal of Chinese Political Science 16(4): 373–387 . Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva.
Taylor, Jon R. and Carolina E. Calvillo (2010) ‘Crossing the river by feeling the stones: grassroots democracy with Chinese characteristics’ Journal of Chinese Political Science 15(2): 135–151. Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE
Thornton, Patricia M. (2013) 'The advance of the Party: transformation or takeover of urban grassroots society? ' The China quarterly. 213 (March): 1–18.
von Soest, Christian and Julia Grauvogel (2017) 'Identity, procedures and performance: how authoritarian regimes legitimize their rule' Contemporary Politics ISSN: 1356-9775 23(3): 287-305.
Wang, Qinghua and Gang Guo (2015) 'Yu Keping and Chinese intellectual discourse on good governance' The China quarterly. 224: 985-1005.
Yan, Xiaojun and Ge Xin (2017) ‘Reforming governance under authoritarianism: motivations and pathways of local participatory reform in the People’s Republic of China’ Democratization. 24(3): 405-424.
Yu, Keping (2010) Democracy and the Rule of Law in China. Leiden: Brill.
Zeng, Jinghan (2014) ‘The debate on regime legitimacy in China: bridging the wide gulf between Western and Chinese scholarship’ Journal of Contemporary China. 23(88): 612-635.
Zhang, Jianjun (2008) Marketization and Democracy in China. London: Routledge.
Zheng, Yongnian and Tok Sow Keat (2007) ‘Beijing responds to Hong Kong’s democratization movement: from bureaucratic control to political leadership’ Asian Affairs, An American Review 33(4): 235–256. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva.
Topic 4 Politics and Development
Thornton, Patricia M. (2017) 'A New Urban Underclass? Making and Managing "Vulnerable Groups" in Contemporary China' in Vivienne Shue and Patricia M. Thornton, eds. To Govern China: Evolving Practices of Power. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 257-281. OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (IK 04/11/2019) Available as Online Course Reading in Minerva
Liu, Chuxuan and Eli Friedman (2021) ‘Resistance under the Radar: Organization of Work and Collective Action in China’s Food Delivery Industry’ The China Journal 86: 68–89.
Breslin, Shaun (2007) China and the Global Political Economy. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Breslin, Shaun (2011) ‘China and the crisis: global power, domestic caution and local initiative’ Contemporary Politics 17(2): 185–200.
Cao, Tian Y., ed. (2005) The Chinese Model of Modern Development. London: Routledge.
Che, Ling and Barry Naughton (2017) 'A dynamic China model: the co-evolution of economics and politics in China' Journal of contemporary China. 26(103): 18-34.
Chow, Gregory C. (2007) China's Economic Transformation, second edition. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers.
Deng, Kent G. (2012) China's Political Economy in Modern Times : Changes and Economic Consequences, 1800-2000. London: Routledge.
Dickson, Bruce J. (2011) 'Updating the China model' The Washington quarterly. 34(4): 39–58.
Ding, Sai and John Knight (2011) 'Why has China grown so fast? The role of physical and human capital formation' Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics. 73(2): 141 – 174.
Economy, Elizabeth and Michael Levi (2014) By all means necessary : how China's resource quest is changing the world (New York: Oxford University Press).
Fan, Rui, Ying Fang and Sung Y. Park (2012) 'Resource abundance and economic growth in China' China Economic Review. 23(3): 704–719.
Freeman, Charles W. and Wen J. Yuan (2012) 'The influence and illusion of China's New Left' The Washington Quarterly. 35(1): 65–82.
Hess, Steve (2016) 'The flight of the affluent in contemporary China: exit, voice, loyalty, and the problem of wealth drain' Asian survey. 56(4): 629–650.
Holslag, Jonathan (2011) ‘China’s vulnerability trap’ Survival. 53(2): 77–88.
Hou, Jack W. (2011) 'Economic reform of China: cause and effects' The Social Science Journal 48(3): 419–434.
Hsueh, Roselyn (2011) China's Regulatory State :A New Strategy for Globalization. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.
Huang, Yiping and Xun Wang (2011) 'Does financial repression inhibit or facilitate economic growth? A case study of Chinese reform experience' Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics. 73(6): 833–855.
Jarreau, Joachim and Sandra Poncet (2012) 'Export sophistication and economic growth: evidence from China' Journal of Development Economics. 97(2): 281–292.
Jiang, Yang (2010) 'China's pursuit of free trade agreements: is China exceptional? Review of International Political Economy. 17(2): 238–261.
Jiang, Yang (2011) ‘Rethinking the Beijing consensus: how China responds to crises’ The Pacific Review. 24(3): 337–356.
Kwong, Julia (1997) The political economy of corruption in China. Armonk, NY: M. E. Sharpe.
Li, Hongbin et al (2012) 'Entrepreneurship, private economy and growth: evidence from China' China Economic Review. 23(4): 948–961.
McNally, Christopher A., ed. (2008) China's Emergent Political Economy : Capitalism in the Dragon's Lair. Abingdon: Routledge.
McNally, Christopher A. (2012) 'Sino-capitalism: China's reemergence and the international political economy' World politics. 64(4): 741–776.
Ngai, Pun and Jenny Chan (2012) 'Global capital, the state, and Chineseworkers: the Foxconn experience ' Modern China. 38(4): 383–410.
Pan, Chengxin (2009) ‘What is Chinese about Chinese businesses? Locating the “rise of China” in global production networks’ Journal of Contemporary China. 18(58): 7–25.
Wallis, Cara (2015) ‘Micro-Entrepreneurship, New Media Technologies, and the Reproduction and Reconfiguration of Gender in Rural China’ Chinese journal of communication 8(1): 42-58.
Wang, Shaoguang and Hu Angang (1999) The political economy of uneven development : the case of China. New York: M. E. Sharpe.
Whyte, Martin King (2009) ‘Paradoxes of China’s economic boom’ Annual Review of Sociology. 35: 371–392.
Whyte, Martin King (2016) 'China's Dormant and Active Social Volcanoes' The China journal. 75: 9-37.
Wright, Tim (2012) The political economy of the Chinese coal industry : black gold and blood-stained coal. London: Routledge.
Wu, Fulong and Chris Webster (eds) (2010) Marginalization in Urban China : Comparative Perspectives. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Zhao, Suisheng (2010) 'The China model: can it replace the Western model of modernization? ' Journal of contemporary China. 19(65): 419–436.
Zhao, Suisheng (2017) 'Whither the China Model: revisiting the debate' Journal of contemporary China. 26(103): 1-17.
Zhu, Andong and David M. Kotz (2011) 'The dependence of China's economic growth on exports and investment' Review of radical political economics. 43(1): 9–32.
Zweig, David (2010) ‘China’s political economy’ in W.A. Joseph, ed. Politics in China : An Introduction. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Zweig, David and Chen Zhimin, eds. (2007) China's reforms and international political economy London: Routledge.
Topic 5 Human Rights and the Law
Zhang, Qianfan (2020) ‘The Communist Party Leadership and Rule of Law: A Tale of Two Reforms’ Journal of contemporary China. 30(130): 578-595.
Wang, Di and Sida Liu (2020) ‘Performing Artivism: Feminists, Lawyers, and Online Legal Mobilization in China’ Law & Social Inquiry 45(3): 678-705.
Bell, Daniel A. (2000) East meets West : human rights and democracy in East Asia. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
Chan, Steve (2002) 'Human rights in China and the United States: competing visions and discrepant performances' Human rights quarterly. 24(4): 1035 – 1053.
Chong, Kim-chong, Sor-hoon Tan and C.L. Ten, eds. (2003) The moral circle and the self : Chinese and Western approaches. Chicago, IL: Open Court.
Chou, Chih Chieh (2008) 'Bridging the global and the local: China's effort at linking human rights discourse and neo-Confucianism' China Report 44(2): 139 – 152.
De Bary, William Theodore (1998) Asian values and human rights : a Confucian communitarian perspective. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
Donnelly, Jack (2013) International Human Rights. Fourth Edition. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.
Evans, Tony (2005) The politics of human rights [electronic resource] : a global perspective. Second Edition. London: Pluto Press.
Fincher, Leta Hong (2018) Betraying Big Brother : the feminist awakening in China ISBN: 9781786633644 (London: Verso).
Fincher, Leta Hong (2016) 'China's Feminist Five' Dissent. ISSN: 0012-3846 63(4): 84-90.
Fleay, Caroline (2008) 'Engaging in human rights diplomacy: the Australia-China bilateral dialogue approach' International journal of human rights. 12(2): 233 – 252.
Fleay, Caroline (2012) 'Transnational activism, Amnesty International and human rights in China: the implications of consistent civil and political rights framing' International journal of human rights. 16(7): 915 – 930.
Foot, Rosemary (2000) Rights Beyond Borders: The Global Community and the Struggle Over Human Rights in China. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Froissart, Chloe (2014) ‘Using the Law as a "Harmonious Weapon": The Ambiguities of Legal Activism in Favour of Migrant Workers in China’ Journal of civil society ISSN: 1744-8689 10(3): 255-272.
Fu, Hualing (2018) 'The July 9th (709) Crackdown on Human Rights Lawyers: Legal Advocacy in an Authoritarian State’ Journal of contemporary China. ISSN: 1067-0564 27(112): 554–568.
Goldman, Merle (2007) From Comrade to Citizen: The Struggle for Political Rights in China. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
Goodhart, Michael (2009) Human rights : politics and practice. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Inboden, Rana Siu and Titus C. Chen (2012) 'China's response to international normative pressure: the case of human rights' International spectator : a quarterly journal of the Istituto Affari Internazionali. 47(2): 45 – 57.
Jacobsen, Michael and Ole Bruun, eds. (2000) Human rights and Asian values : contesting national identities and cultural representations in Asia. Richmond: Curzon.
Keith, Ronald C. and Zhiqiu Lin (2006) New crime in China : public order and human rights. London: RoutledgeCurzon.
Kent, Ann E. (1999) China, the United Nations, and human rights : the limits of compliance. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.
Kinzelbach, Katrin and Hatla Thelle (2011) 'Taking human rights to China: an assessment of the EU's approach' The China quarterly. 205(March): 60 – 79.
Lei, Ya-Wen (2017) The contentious public sphere : law, media, and authoritarian rule in China ISBN: 9781400887941. Princeton: Princeton University Press.
Liao, Sara (2020) ‘Feminism without Guarantees: Reflections on Teaching and Researching Feminist Activism in China’ Asian Journal of Women’s Studies 26(2): 259-267.
Lin, Zhongxuan and Liu Yang (2019) ‘Individual and Collective Empowerment: Women’s Voices in the #MeToo Movement in China’ Asian Journal of Women’s Studies 25(1): 117-131.
Ling, Qi and Sara Liao (2020) ‘Intellectuals Debate #MeToo in China: Legitimizing Feminist Activism, Challenging Gendered Myths, and Reclaiming Feminism’ Journal of Communication https://doi.org/10.1093/joc/jqaa033
Mahoney, John (2007) The challenge of human rights : origin, development, and significance. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers.
Massingdale, Lee R., ed. (2009) Human rights in China. New York: Nova Science Publishers.
Men, Jing (2011) 'Between human rights and sovereignty: an examination of EU-China political relations' European law journal. 17(4): 534 – 550.
Nesossi, Elisa (2015) ‘Political opportunities in non-democracies: the case of Chinese weiquan lawyers’ International journal of human rights. 19(7): 961-978.
Pan, Zhongqi, ed. (2012) Conceptual gaps in China-EU relations : global governance, human rights and strategic partnerships. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Peerenboom, Randall P. (2005) Human rights in Asia : a comparative legal study of twelve Asian jurisdictions, France, and the USA. London: Routledge.
Perry, Elizabeth J. (2008) ‘Chinese conceptions of “rights”: From Mencius to Mao—and now’ Perspectives on politics. 6(1): 37-50.
Qi, Jianmin (2011) 'The debate over universal values in China' Journal of contemporary China. 20(72): 881 – 890.
Santoro, Michael A. (2000) Profits and principles : global capitalism and human rights in China. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.
Svensson, Marina (2002) Debating human rights in China : a conceptual and political history. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.
Thelle, Hatla (2003) Better to rely on ourselves : changing social rights in urban China since 1979. Copenhagen: NIAS Press.
Wachman, Alan M. (2001) 'Does the diplomacy of shame promote human rights in China? ' Third world quarterly. 22(2): 257 – 281.
Walldorf, Charles W. (2008) Just politics : human rights and the foreign policy of great powers. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.
Wan, Ming (2007) 'Human rights lawmaking in China: domestic politics, international law, and international politics' Human rights quarterly. 29(3): 727 – 753.
Weatherly, Robert (2008) 'Defending the nation: the role of nationalism in Chinese thinking on human rights' Democratization. 15(2): 342 – 362.
Wu, Angela Xiao and Yige Dong (2019) ‘What is Made-in-China Feminism(s)? Gender Discontent and Class Friction in Post-Socialist China’ Critical Asian Studies 51(4): 471-492.
Yu, Anthony C. (2005) 'China and the problem of human rights: ancient verities and modern realities' Culture and religion. 6(1): 201 – 234.
Zheng, Wang (2015) 'Detention of the Feminist Five in China' Feminist Studies. ISSN: 0046-3663 41(2): 476-482.
Zhou, Qi (2005) 'Conflicts over human rights between China and the US' Human rights quarterly. 27(1): 105 – 124.
Topic 6 Media
Repnikova, Maria (2017) ‘Restrictions on critical journalism: how they are applied and negotiated’, Chapter Four in Media politics in China [electronic resource] : improvising power under authoritarianism ISBN: 9781108173285 (e-book); 9781107195981 (hbk.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 76-107.
King, Gary, Jennifer Pan and Margaret E. Roberts (2017) ‘How the Chinese Government Fabricates Social Media Posts for Strategic Distraction, Not Engaged Argument’ The American political science review. 111(3): 484-501.
Brady, Anne-Marie and Wang Juntao (2009) 'China's strengthened new order and the role of propaganda' Journal of Contemporary China. 18(62): 767 – 788.
Brady, Anne-Marie (2015) 'China's Foreign Propaganda Machine' Journal of democracy. 26(4): 51-59.
Chen, Dan (2020) Convenient Criticism: Local Media and Governance in Urban China. Albany, NY: SUNY Press.
Chin, Yik Chan (2011) ‘Policy process, policy learning, and the role of the provincial media in China’ Media, Culture & Society. 33(2): 193–210.
Cockain, Alex (2012) Young Chinese in Urban China. Abingdon: Routledge.
Creemers, Rogier (2017) 'Cyber China: upgrading propaganda, public opinion work and social management for the twenty-first century' Journal of contemporary China. 26(103): 85-100.
Dukalskis, Alexander (2017) The authoritarian public sphere : legitimation and autocratic power in North Korea, Burma, and China ISBN: 9781138210356 (hardback); 1138210358 (hardback); 9781315455532 (ebook). New York: Routledge.
Edney, Kingsley (2012) 'Soft power and the Chinese propaganda system' Journal of Contemporary China. 21(78): 899–914.
Edney, Kingsley (2014) The globalization of Chinese propaganda : international power and domestic political cohesion. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
Esarey, Ashley, Daniella Stockmann and Jie Zhang (2017) 'Support for propaganda: Chinese perceptions of public service advertising' Journal of contemporary China. 26(103): 101-117.
Han, Rongbin (2015) 'Defending the authoritarian regime online: China's "voluntary fifty-cent army"' The China quarterly. 224: 1006-1025.
Hassid, Jonathan (2012) 'Safety valve or pressure cooker? Blogs in Chinese political life' Journal of Communication. 62(2): 212 – 230.
He, Qinglian (2008) The Fog of Censorship: Media Control in China. New York: Human Rights in China. Available online here
Hong, Junhao (2011) ‘From the world’s largest propaganda machine to a multipurposed global news agency: factors in and implications of Xinhua’s transformation since 1978’ Political Communication. 28(3): 377–393.
Jiang, Min (2010) ‘Authoritarian Informationalism: China’s Approach to Internet Sovereignty’ SAIS Review of International Affairs 30(2): 71-89. OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (KR 20/09/2018) Available as Online Course Reading in Minerva
Kalathil, Shanthi (2003) ‘China’s new media sector: keeping the state in’ The Pacific Review. 16(4): 489–501.
Kennedy, John James (2009) ‘Maintaining popular support for the Chinese Communist Party: the influence of education and the state-controlled media’ Political studies. 57(3): 517-536.
King, Gary, Jennifer Pan and Margaret E. Roberts (2013) 'How Censorship in China Allows Government Criticism but Silences Collective Expression' The American political science review. ISSN: 0003-0554 107(2): 326-343.
Kraus, Richard Curt (2010) ‘Policy case study: the arts’ in W.A. Joseph, ed. Politics in China : An Introduction. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Lagerkvist, Johan (2011) 'New media entrepreneurs in China: allies of the party-state or civil society? ' Journal of International Affairs. 65(1): 169–182.
Latham, Kevin (2009) ‘Media, the Olympics and the search for the real China’ The China Quarterly. 197(March): 25–43.
Lei, Ya-Wen (2011) ‘The political consequences of the rise of the Internet: political beliefs and practices of Chinese netizens’ Political Communication. 28(3): 291–322.
Lei, Ya-Wen (2017) The contentious public sphere : law, media, and authoritarian rule in China ISBN: 9781400887941. Princeton: Princeton University Press.
Li, Jun and Xiaoqin Li (2017) 'Media as a Core Political Resource: The Young Feminist Movements in China' Chinese Journal of Communication 10(1): 54-71.
Liang, Bin and Hong Lu (2010) 'Internet development, censorship, and cyber crimes in China' Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice. 26(1): 103–120.
Liu, Fengshu (2011) Urban Youth in China : Modernity, the Internet and the Self. New York: Routledge.
Liu, Serena (2011) ‘Structuration of information control in China’ Cultural Sociology. 5(3): 323–339.
MacKinnon, Rebecca (2009) 'China's censorship 2.0: How companies censor bloggers' First Monday [electronic resource]. ISSN: 1396-0466 14(2).
Mou, Yi, David Atkin and Hanlong Fu (2011) ‘Predicting political discussion in a censored virtual environment’ Political Communication. 28(3): 341–356.
Nip, Joyce Y. M. and King-wa Fu (2016) ‘Challenging official propaganda? Public opinion leaders on Sina Weibo’ The China quarterly. 225: 122-144.
Pu, Zhiqiang (2008) ‘Party rules’ Index on censorship. 37(2): 35–39.
Repnikova, Maria and Kecheng Fang (2018) 'Authoritarian participatory persuasion 2.0: netizens as thought work collaborators in China' Journal of Contemporary China. 27(113): 763-779.
Roberts, Margaret E. (2018) Censored [electronic resource] : distraction and diversion inside China's great firewall ISBN: 9781400890057. Princeton: Princeton University Press.
Shambaugh, David (2007) ‘China’s propaganda system: institutions, processes and efficacy’ The China Journal. 57(Jan): 25–58.
Shi, Tianjian, Jie Lu and John Aldrich (2011) 'Bifurcated images of the US in urban China and the impact of media environment' Political communication. 28(3): 357 – 376.
Shie, Tamara R. (2004) 'The tangled web: does the Internet offer promise or peril for the Chinese Communist Party? ' Journal of Contemporary China. 13(40): 523 – 540.
Shirk, Susan L. (ed) (2011) Changing Media, Changing China. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Stern, Rachel E. and Jonathan Hassid (2012) 'Amplifying silence: uncertainty and control parables in contemporary China' Comparative Political Studies. 45(10): 1230–1254.
Stockmann, Daniela (2011) 'Race to the bottom: media marketization and increasing negativity toward the United States in China' Political Communication. 28(3): 268–290.
Stockmann, Daniela and Mary E. Gallagher (2011) ‘Remote control: how the media sustain authoritarian rule in China’ Comparative Political Studies. 44(4): 436–467.
Sullivan, Jonathan (2012) 'A tale of two microblogs in China' Media, Culture & Society. 34(6): 773–783.
Svensson, Marina (2014) ‘Voice, power and connectivity in China’s microblogosphere: digital divides on SinaWeibo’ China information. 28(2): 168-188.
Tan, Justin and Anna E. Tan (2012) 'Business under threat, technology under attack, ethics under fire: the experience of Google in China' Journal of Business Ethics. 110(4): 469–479.
Tang, Lijun and Helen Sampson (2012) 'The interaction between mass media and the internet in non-democratic states: the case of China' Media, Culture & Society. 34(4): 457–471.
Tang, Wenfang and Shanto Iyengar (2011) 'The emerging media system in China: implications for regime change' Political Communication. 28(3): 263–267.
Wu, Xu (2005) 'Red net over China: China's new online media order and its implications' Asian Journal of Communication. 15(2): 215–227.
Wu, Xu (2007) Chinese cyber nationalism : evolution, characteristics, and implications Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
Xiao, Qiang (2011) ‘The rise of online public opinion and its political impact’, Chapter 9 in Susan L. Shirk (ed.) Changing media, changing China. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Yang, Guobin and Craig Calhoun (2007) ‘Media, civil society, and the rise of a green public sphere in China’ China Information. 21(2): 211–236.
Zhao, Yuezhi (2008) Communication in China : Political Economy, Power, and Conflict. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.
Zheng, Yongnian (2007) Technological Empowerment : The Internet, State, and Society in China. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.
Topic 7 Environment and Public Health
Steinhardt, H. Christoph and Fengshi Wu (2016) ‘In the name of the public: environmental protest and the changing landscape of popular contention in China’ The China journal. 75: 61-82.
Hook, Glenn D., Libby Lester, Meng Ji, Kingsley Edney, Chris G. Pope and Luli van der Does-Ishikawa (2017) ‘Responsibility and the Risks of Air Pollution in China: Media Activism and the Case of Under the Dome’, Chapter Four in Environmental pollution and the media : political discourses of risk and responsibility in Australia, China and Japan ISBN: 9780415710312 (hbk); 0415710316 (hbk); 9781315198446 (ebk). Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, pp. 74-97.
Aden, Nathaniel T. and Jonathan E. Sinton (2006) ‘Environmental implications of energy policy in China’ Environmental politics. 15(2): 248-270.
Bondes, Maria and Thomas Johnson (2017) 'Beyond Localized Environmental Contention: Horizontal and Vertical Diffusion in a Chinese Anti-Incinerator Campaign' Journal of contemporary China. 26(106): 504-520.
Deng, Yanhua and Guobin Yang (2013) ‘Pollution and protest in China: environmental mobilization in context’ The China quarterly. 214: 321-336.
Carter, Neil T. and Arthur P.J. Mol (2006) ‘China and the environment: Domestic and transnational dynamics of a future hegemon’ Environmental politics. 15(2): 330-344.
Christoff, Peter (2010) ‘Cold climate in Copenhagen: China and the United States at COP15’ Environmental politics. 19(4): 637–656.
Economy, Elizabeth (2006) ‘Environmental governance: the emerging economic dimension’ Environmental politics. 15(2): 171-189.
Economy, Elizabeth C. (2004) The river runs black : the environmental challenge to China's future. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.
Elvin, Mark (2004) The retreat of the elephants : an environmental history of China. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.
Gilley, Bruce (2012) ‘Authoritarian environmentalism and China's response to climate change’ Environmental politics. 21(2): 287-307.
Ho, Peter (2001) ‘Greening Without Conflict? Environmentalism, NGOs and Civil Society in China’ Development and change.ISSN: 0012-155x; 1467-7660 32(5): 893-921.
Ho, Peter and Richard Louis Edmonds (2007) ‘Perspectives of Time and Change: Rethinking Embedded Environmental Activism in China’ China information.ISSN: 0920-203X 21(2): 331-344.
Jahiel, Abigail R. (2006) ‘China, the WTO, and implications for the environment’ Environmental politics. 15(2): 310-329.
Johnson, Thomas (2010) ‘Environmentalism and NIMBYism in China: promoting a rules-based approach to public participation’ Environmental politics. 19(3): 430-448.
Keeley, James (2006) ‘Balancing technological innovation and environmental regulation: an analysis of Chinese agricultural biotechnology governance’ Environmental politics. 15(2): 293-309.
Lewis, Joanna I. (2009) ‘Climate change and security: examining China’s challenges in a warming world’ International affairs. 85(6): 1195-1213.
Lo, Carlos Wing-Hung and Shui-Yan Tan (2006) ‘Institutional reform, economic changes, and local environmental management in China: the case of Guangdong province’ Environmental politics. 15(2): 190-210.
Martens. Susan (2006) ‘Public participation with Chinese characteristics: Citizen consumers in China’s environmental management’ Environmental politics. 15(2): 211-230.
Mol, Arthur P.J. and Neil T. Carter (2006) ‘China’s environmental governance in transition’ Environmental politics. 15(2): 149-170.
Moore, Scott (2014) ‘Hydropolitics and Inter-Jurisdictional Relationships in China: The Pursuit of Localized Preferences in a Centralized System’ The China quarterly. 219: 760-780.
Moore, Scott M. (2014) ‘Modernisation, authoritarianism, and the environment: the politics of China’s South-North Water Transfer Project’ Environmental politics. 23(6): 947-964.
Nickum, James E. and Yok-Shiu F. Lee (2006) ‘Same longitude, different latitudes: Institutional change in urban water in China, north and south’ Environmental politics. 15(2): 231-247.
Ong, Lynette H. (2012) ‘The apparent “paradox” in China’s climate policies: weak international commitment on emissions reduction and aggressive renewable energy policy’ Asian survey. 52(6): 1138-1160.
Reese, Stephen D. (2015) ‘Globalization of Mediated Spaces: The Case of Transnational Environmentalism in China’ International Journal of CommunicationISSN: 1932-8036 9: 2263-2281.
Schwartz, Jonathan (2004) ‘Environmental NGOs in China’ Pacific affairs. 77(1): 28-49.
Shapiro, Judith (2001) Mao's war against nature : politics and the environment in Revolutionary China. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Shapiro, Judith (2012) China's environmental challenges. Cambridge: Polity.
Shi, Han and Lei Zhang (2006) ‘China’s environmental governance of rapid industrialisation’ Environmental politics. 15(2): 271-292.
Shin, Sangbum (2010) 'The domestic side of the clean development mechanism: the case of China' Environmental Politics. 19(2): 237–254.
Steinhardt, H. Christoph and Fengshi Wu (2016) 'In the Name of the Public: Environmental Protest and the Changing Landscape of Popular Contention in China' The China journal. 75: 61-82.
Sun, Xiaoyi, Ronggui Huang and Ngai-Ming Yip (2017) 'Dynamic Political Opportunities and Environmental Forces Linking Up: A Case Study of Anti-PX Contention in Kunming' Journal of contemporary China. 26(106): 536-548.
Tang, Shuiyan and Zhan Xueyong (2008) ‘Civic environmental NGOs, civil society and democratization in China’ The journal of development studies. 44(3): 425-448.
Thomas, Sebastian, Paul Dargusch and Andrew Griffiths (2011) ‘The drivers and outcomes of the clean development mechanism in China’ Environmental policy and governance. 21(4): 223-239.
Tilt, Bryan (2010) The struggle for sustainability in rural China : environmental values and civil society. New York: Columbia University Press.
Tilt, Bryan (2013) ‘Industrial pollution and environmental health in rural China: risk, uncertainty and individualization’ The China quarterly. 214: 283-301.
Tsang, Stephen and Ans Kolk (2010) ‘The evolution of Chinese policies and governance structures on environment, energy and climate’ Environmental policy and governance. 20(3): 180-96.
Watts, Jonathan (2010) When a billion Chinese jump : voices from the frontline of climate change London: Faber and Faber.
Wu, Fuzuo (2013) ‘China’s pragmatic tactics in international climate change negotiations: reserving principles with compromise’ Asian survey. 53(4): 778-800.
Wu, Xiaolong, Dali L. Yang and Lijun Chen (2017) 'The Politics of Quality-of-Life Issues: Food Safety and Political Trust in China' Journal of contemporary China. 26(106): 601-615.
Yang, Guobin (2005) ‘Environmental NGOs and institutional dynamics in China’ The China quarterly. 181: 46-66.
Yang, Guobin (2010) ‘Brokering environment and health in China: issue entrepreneurs of the public sphere’ Journal of contemporary China. 19(63): 101-118.
Yang, Guobin and Craig Calhoun (2007) ‘Media, Civil Society, and the Rise of a Green Public Sphere in China’ China information.ISSN: 0920-203X 21(2): 211-236.
Zhang, Joy Y. and Michael Barr (2013) ‘Recasting subjectivity through the lens: new forms of environmental mobilisation in China’ Environmental politics. 22(5): 849-865.
Zhang, Joy Y. and Michael Barr (2013) Green politics in China : environmental governance and state-society relations. London: Pluto Press.
Topic 8 Ethnic Identity and Separatism on China's Periphery
Bulag, Uradyn E. (2021) ‘Minority Nationalities as Frankenstein’s Monsters? Reshaping “the Chinese Nation” and China’s Quest to Become a “Normal Country”’ The China Journal 86: 46-67.
Tobin, David (2020) ‘A “Struggle of Life or Death”: Han and Uyghur Insecurities on China’s North-West Frontier’ The China Quarterly. 242: 301-323.
Anthony, Ross (2011) 'Exceptionally equal: emergency states and the production of enemies in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region' Inner Asia. 13(1): 51–72.
Barabantseva, Elena V. (2009) ‘Development as localization: ethnic minorities in China’s official discourse on the Western Development Project’ Critical Asian Studies. 41(2): 225–254.
Baranovitch, Nimrod (2005) ‘From the margins to the centre: the Uyghur challenge in Beijing’ The China Quarterly. 175(Sept): 726–750.
Barnett, Robert (2016) 'Imagining the borderlands: managing (to prolong) conflict in Tibet' Nations and nationalism. 22(4): 706-724.
Becquelin, Nicolas (2000) 'Xinjiang in the nineties' The China Journal. 44(July): 65–90.
Becquelin, Nicolas (2004) 'Staged development in Xinjiang' The China Quarterly. 178(June): 358–378.
Bovingdon, Gardner (2002) ‘The not-so-silent majority: Uyghur resistance to Han rule in Xinjiang’ Modern China. 28(1): 39–78.
Bovingdon, Gardner (2010) ‘Politics on China’s periphery: Xinjiang’ in W.A. Joseph, ed. Politics in China : An Introduction. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Caprioni, Elena (2011) ‘Daily encounters between Hans and Uyghurs in Xinjiang: Sinicization, integration or segregation’? Pacific Affairs. 84(2): 267–287. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva.
Chen, Ni (2012) 'Beijing's political crisis communication: an analysis of Chinese government communication in the 2009 Xinjiang riot' Journal of Contemporary China. 21(75): 461–479.
Christoffersen, Gaye (1993) 'Xinjiang and the great Islamic circle: the impact of transnational forces on Chinese regional economic planning' The China Quarterly. 133(March): 130–151.
Clarke, Michael (2008) ‘China’s “war on terror” in Xinjiang: human security and the causes of violent Uighur separatism’ Terrorism and Political Violence. 20(2): 271–301.
Clarke, Michael (2010) ‘China, Xinjiang and the internationalisation of the Uyghur issue’ Global Change, Peace and Security. 22(2): 213–229.
Clarke, Michael (2011) Xinjiang and China's Rise in Central Asia :A History. London: Routledge.
Clarke, Michael (2013) ‘Ethnic separatism in the People’s Republic of China: history, causes and contemporary challenges’ European journal of East Asian studies. 12(1): 109-133.
Davis, Michael C. (2008) 'Establishing a workable autonomy in Tibet' Human rights quarterly. 30(2): 227–258.
Dillon, Michael (2003) Xinjiang : China's Muslim Far Northwest. London: RoutledgeCurzon.
Dillon, Michael (2006) ‘Uyghur separatism and nationalism in Xinjiang’ in Benjamin Cole, ed. Conflict, Terrorism and the Media in Asia. Abingdon: Routledge. Available online.
Dillon, Michael (2010) Xinjiang and the expansion of Chinese Communist power : Kashhgar in the twentieth century. London: Routledge.
Dwyer, Arienne M. (2005) The Xinjiang Conflict : Uyghur Identity, Language Policy, and Political Discourse. Washington, DC: East-West Center Washington.
Finley, Joanne S. (2011) 'No rights without duties: minzu pingdeng [national equality] in Xinjiang since the 1997 Ghulja disturbances' Inner Asia. 13(1): 73–96.
Gladney, Dru C. (2003) ‘Islam in China: accommodation or separatism? ’ The China Quarterly. 174(June): 451–467.
Hao, Yufan and Weihua Liu (2012) 'Xinjiang: increasing pain in the heart of China's borderland' Journal of Contemporary China. 21(74): 205–225.
Hastings, Justin (2011) 'Charting the course of Uyghur unrest' The China Quarterly. 208(Dec): 893–912.
Kerr, David and Laura C. Swinton (2008) ‘China, Xinjiang, and the transnational security of Central Asia’ Critical Asian Studies. 40(1): 113–142.
Leibold, James (2020) ‘Surveillance in China’s Xinjiang Region: Ethnic Sorting, Coercion, and Inducement’ Journal of Contemporary China 29(121): 46-60.
Mackerras, Colin (2010) ‘Tibetans, Uyghurs, and multinational “China”: Han-minority relations and state legitimation’ in Peter Gries and Stanley Rosen (eds.) Chinese politics : state, society and the market. London: Routledge.
Mackerras, Colin and Michael Clarke, eds. (2009) China, Xinjiang and Central Asia : History, Transition and Crossborder Interaction Into the 21st Century. London: Routledge.
Millward, James A., ed. (2009) The Uyghurs in China : questioning the past and understanding the present. Abingdon: Routledge.
Odgaard, Liselotte and Thomas Galasz Nielsen (2014) ‘China’s counterinsurgency strategy in Tibet and Xinjiang’ Journal of contemporary China. 23(87): 535-555.
Raballand, Gael and Agnes Andresy (2007) 'Why should trade between Central Asia and China continue to expand? ' Asia Europe journal [electronic resource]. 5(2): 235–252.
Roemer, Stephanie (2008) The Tibetan government-in-exile : politics at large. London: Routledge.
Sautman, Barry (2012) ‘Paved with good intentions: proposals to curb minority rights and their consequences for China’ Modern China. 38(1): 10–39.
Szadziewski, Henryk (2011) 'Commanding the economy: the recurring patterns of Chinese central government development planning among Uyghurs in Xinjiang' Inner Asia. 13(1): 97 – 116.
Tang, Wenfang and Gaochao He (2010) Separate but Loyal : Ethnicity and Nationalism in China. Honolulu: East-West Center.
Tong, James, ed. (2010) The Xinjiang Problem. I : stabilization and rectification policies, 1996-98,. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe.
Tong, James, ed. (2010) The Xinjiang Problem. II : violent disturbances and religious policy, 1995-98 Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe.
Tuttle, Gray (2005) Tibetan Buddhists in the making of modern China. New York: Columbia University Press.
Zang, Xiaowei (2010) ‘Affirmative action, economic reforms, and Han-Uyghur variation in job attainment in the state sector in Urumchi’ The China Quarterly. 202(June): 344–361.
Zenz, Adrian (2018) ‘“Thoroughly Reforming Them towards a Healthy Heart Attitude”: China’s Political Re-education Campaign in Xinjiang’ Central Asian survey. ISSN: 0263-4937 DOI: 10.1080/02634937.2018.1507997
Zenz, Adrian and James Leibold (2020) ‘Securitizing Xinjiang: Police Recruitment, Informal Policing and Ethnic Minority Co-optation’ The China Quarterly 242: 324-348.
Topic 9 Nationalism, Protests and the Party-State
Chen, Chunhua (2016) ‘Nationalism and its political implications in contemporary China’ in Jeff Kingston (ed.) Asian nationalisms reconsidered. London: Routledge, pp.147-159.
Gries, Peter and Yi Wang (2020) ‘Proscribing the “Spiritually Japanese”: Nationalist Indignation, Authoritarian Responsiveness and Regime Legitimation in China Today’ The China quarterly 245: 122-141.
Barabantseva, Elena (2010) Overseas Chinese, Ethnic Minorities and Nationalism : De-Centering China. London: Routledge.
Callahan, William A. (2004) ‘National insecurities: Humiliation, salvation, and Chinese nationalism’ Alternatives : global, local, political. 29(2): 199-218.
Callahan, William A. (2010) ‘When is China? (1): patriotic education and the century of national humiliation’, Chapter 2 in China: The Pessoptimist Nation. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Carlson, Allen (2009) 'A flawed perspective: the limitations inherent within the study of Chinese nationalism' Nations and Nationalism. 15(1): 20–35.
Cheung, Kelvin Chi-Kin (2012) 'Away from socialism, towards Chinese characteristics: Confucianism and the futures of Chinese nationalism' China information. 26(2): 205–218.
Cohen, Paul A. (2002) ‘Remembering and forgetting: National humiliation in twentieth-century China’ Twentieth-century China 27(2): 1-39.
Friedman, Edward (2008) 'Where is Chinese nationalism? The political geography of a moving project' Nations and nationalism. 14(4): 721–738.
Gries, Peter (2005) ‘Nationalism, indignation and China's Japan policy’ SAIS Review 25(2): 105-114.
Gries, Peter H. (2001) 'Tears of rage: Chinese nationalist reactions to the Belgrade embassy bombing' The China Journal. 46(July): 25–43.
Gries, Peter H. (2005) China's New Nationalism : Pride, Politics, and Diplomacy. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.
Gries, Peter H. and Kaiping Peng (2002) ‘Culture clash? Apologies East and West’ Journal of contemporary China. 11(30): 173-178.
Guang, Lei (2005) ‘Realpolitik nationalism: international sources of Chinese nationalism’ Modern China. 31(4): 487–514.
Guo, Yingjie (2004) Cultural Nationalism in Contemporary China : The Search for National Identity Under Reform. London: Routledge.
He, Baogang and Yingjie Guo (2000) Nationalism, National Identity and Democratization in China. Aldershot: Ashgate.
Hughes, Christopher (2006) Chinese Nationalism in the Global Era. London: Routledge.
Hughes, Christopher (2011) ‘Reclassifying Chinese nationalism: the geopolitik turn’ Journal of Contemporary China. 20(71): 601–620.
Jia, Qingguo (2005) 'Disrespect and distrust: the external origins of contemporary Chinese nationalism' Journal of Contemporary China. 14(42): 11–21.
Joseph, William A. (2010) ‘Ideology and Chinese politics’ in W.A. Joseph, ed. Politics in China : An Introduction. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Leibold, James (2006) ‘Competing narratives of racial unity in Republican China: from the Yellow Emperor to Peking Man’ Modern China. 32(2): 181–220.
Leibold, James (2010) ‘More than a category: Han supremacism on the Chinese Internet’ The China quarterly. 203: 539-559.
Liew, Leong H. and Shaoguang Wang, eds. (2004) Nationalism, Democracy and National Integration in China. London: RoutledgeCurzon.
Mitter, Rana (2000) The Manchurian Myth : Nationalism, Resistance, and Collaboration in Modern China. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.
Perry, Elizabeth (2017) 'Cultural Governance in Contemporary China: "Re-Orienting" Party Propaganda' in Vivienne Shue and Patricia M. Thornton, eds. To Govern China: Evolving Practices of Power. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 29-55.
Reilly, James (2006) ‘China's history activism and Sino-Japanese relations’ China: An International Journal 4(2): 189-216.
Schneider, Florian (2018) China's Digital Nationalism. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Shen, Simon (2007) Redefining Nationalism in Modern China : Sino-American Relations and the Emergence of Chinese Public Opinion in the 21st Century. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Shen, Simon and Shaun Breslin, eds. (2010) Online Chinese Nationalism and China's Bilateral Relations. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.
Tang, Wenfang and Benjamin Darr (2012) 'Chinese nationalism and its political and social origins' Journal of Contemporary China. 21(77): 811 – 826.
Townsend, James (1992) ‘Chinese nationalism’ The Australian Journal of Chinese Affairs. 27(Jan): 97–130.
Weatherley, Robert (2008) ‘Defending the nation: the role of nationalism in Chinese thinking on human rights’ Democratization. 15(2): 342–362.
Weatherley, Robert and Qiang Zhang (2017) History and nationalist legitimacy in contemporary China [electronic resource] : a double-edged sword ISBN: 9781137479471 (e-book); 9781137479464 (hbk.). London: Palgrave Macmillan.
Weiss, Jessica Chen (2014) Powerful Patriots: Nationalist Protest in China’s Foreign Relations (Oxford: Oxford University Press).
Woronov, T.W. (2007) ‘Performing the nation: China’s children as Little Red Pioneers’ Anthropological Quarterly 80(3): 647–672.
Yuan, Jing-Dong (2008) 'Chinese nationalism and Sino-Japanese relations' Pacific Focus 23(2): 212–231.
Zhao, Gang (2006) ‘Reinventing China: imperial Qing ideology and the rise of modern Chinese national identity in the early Twentieth Century’ Modern China. 32(1): 3–30.
Zhao, Suisheng (1998) ‘A state-led nationalism: the patriotic education campaign in post-Tiananmen China’ Communist and post-Communist studies. 31(3): 287-302.
Zhao, Suisheng (2004) A nation-state by construction : dynamics of modern Chinese nationalism. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.
Zhao, Suisheng (2005) ‘China’s pragmatic nationalism: is it manageable? ’ The Washington Quarterly. 29(1): 131–144.
Zhao, Suisheng (2013) ‘Foreign policy implications of Chinese nationalism revisited: the strident turn’ Journal of contemporary China. 22(82): 535-553.
Zheng, Yongnian (1999) Discovering Chinese nationalism in China : modernization, identity, and international relations. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Topic 10 Overview: Key Questions and Concepts
Fewsmith, Joseph and Andrew J. Nathan (2019) ‘Authoritarian Resilience Revisited’ Journal of Contemporary China. 28(116): 167-179.
Buckley, Chris (2020) ‘“Clean Up This Mess”: The Chinese Thinkers Behind Xi’s Hard Line’ The New York Times, 2 August, available at: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/08/02/world/asia/china-hong-kong-national-security-law.html
Cai Xia (2021) ‘The Party that Failed: An Insider Breaks with Beijing’ Foreign Affairs 100(1): 78-97.
Beeson, Mark and Fujian Li (2012) ‘Charmed or alarmed: reading China’s regional relations’ Journal of Contemporary China. 21(73): 35–51.
Blankert, Jan W. (2009) China Rising : Will the West Be Able To Cope? : The Real Long-Term Challenge of the Rise of China. Singapore: World Scientific.
Breslin, Shaun (2013) 'China and the global order: signalling threat or friendship? ' International affairs. 89(3): 615 – 634.
Buzan, Barry and Michael Cox (2013) 'China and the US: comparable cases of peaceful rise? ' Chinese journal of international politics 6(2): 109–132.
Cabestan, Jean-Pierre, Jean-Francois Di Meglio and Xavier Richet, eds. (2012) China and the global financial crisis : a comparison with Europe. London: Routledge.
Callahan, William A. (2012) ‘Sino-speak: exceptionalism and the politics of history’ The Journal of Asian Studies. 71(1): 1–23.
Callahan, William A. (2013) China dreams : 20 visions of the future. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Cao, Qing (2007) ‘Confucian vision of a new world order? Culturalist discourse, foreign policy and the press in contemporary China’ The International Communication Gazette. 69(5): 431–450.
Chan, Gerald, Pak K. Lee and Lai-Ha Chan (2011) China engages global governance : a new world order in the making ? London: Routledge.
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Kavalski, Emilian (2010) ‘Shanghaied into cooperation: framing China’s socialization of Central Asia’ Journal of Asian and African Studies. 45(2): 131–145.
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Further Resources on Hong Kong and Taiwan
Abbas, M. Ackbar (1997) Hong Kong : Culture and the Politics of Disappearance. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.
Ash, Robert, Peter Ferdinand, Brian Hook and Robin Porter, eds. (2003) Hong Kong in Transition : One Country, Two Systems London: RoutledgeCurzon.
Atkinson, Joel (2010) 'China-Taiwan diplomatic competition and the Pacific Islands' The Pacific Review.. 23(4): 407 – 427.
Brown, Melissa J. (2004) Is Taiwan Chinese? : The Impact of Culture, Power, and Migration on Changing Identities Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.
Callahan, William A. (2005) 'Nationalism, civilization and transnational relations: the discourse of Greater China' Journal of Contemporary China. 14(43): 269 – 289.
Carroll, John M. (2007) A Concise History of Hong Kong Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.
Cheng, Edmund W. (2016) ‘Street politics in a hybrid regime: the diffusion of political activism in post-colonial Hong Kong’ The China quarterly. 226: 383-406.
Cheng, Joseph YS, ed. (2007) The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region in its first decade. Hong Kong: City University of Hong Kong.
Cheong, Ching (2001) Will Taiwan Break Away? : The Rise of Taiwanese Nationalism. Singapore: World Scientific.
Cheung, Gordon CK (2009) 'Governing Greater China: dynamic perspectives and transforming interactions' Journal of Contemporary China. 18(58): 93 – 111.
Cheung, Peter TY (2011) 'Who's influencing whom? Exploring the influence of Hong Kong on politics and governance in China' Asian Survey. 51(4): 713 – 738.
Chiu, Stephen and Tai-Lok Lui (2009) Hong Kong : Becoming a Chinese Global City. London: Routledge.
Chow, Peter CY, ed. (2008) The "One China" Dilemma. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
Chu, Yun-han (2012) 'China and East Asian democracy: the Taiwan factor' Journal of Democracy. 23(1): 42 – 56.
Cohen, Warren I. and Li Zhao, eds. (1997) Hong Kong under Chinese Rule : The Economic and Political Implications of Reversion. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Hao, Zhidong (2010) Whither Taiwan and Mainland China : National Identity, The State, and Intellectuals Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.
He, Kai and Huiyun Feng (2009) 'Leadership, regime security, and China's policy toward Taiwan: prospect theory and Taiwan crises' The Pacific Review. 22(4): 501 – 521.
Hsiao, Hsin-Huang M., ed. (2012) Chinese middle classes : Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macao and China. London: Routledge.
Hughes, Christopher (1997) Taiwan and Chinese Nationalism : National Identity and Status in International Society. London: Routledge.
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Lo, Sonny S-H (2007) 'One formula, two experiences: political divergence of Hong Kong and Macao since retrocession ' Journal of Contemporary China. 16(52): 359 – 387.
Lo, Sonny S-H (2008) Political Change in Macao. London: Routledge.
Lo, Sonny Shiu-Hing (2020) ‘Hong Kong in 2019: Turning Point amid Tensions’ Asian Survey 60(1): 34-40.
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Steinhardt, H. Christoph, Linda Chelan Li and Yihong Jiang (2018) ‘The Identity Shift in Hong Kong since 1997: Measurement and Explanation’ Journal of contemporary China. ISSN: 1067-0564 27(110): 261-276.
Tseng, Yen-Fen and Jieh-Min Wu (2011) 'Reconfiguring citizenship and nationality: dual citizenship of Taiwanese migrants in China' Citizenship Studies. 15(2): 265–282.
Wu, Guoguang (2008) 'Hong Kong's political influence over China: institutional, informative, and interactive dynamics of sovereignty' The Pacific review. 21(3): 279 – 302.
Wu, Rwei-Ren (2016) 'The Lilliputian dreams: preliminary observations of nationalism in Okinawa, Taiwan and Hong Kong' Nations and nationalism. 22(4): 686-705.
Yu, Chilik, Chun-Ming Chen and Min-Wei Lin (2013) 'Corruption perception in Taiwan: reflections upon a bottom-up citizen perspective' Journal of Contemporary China. 22(79): 56 – 76.
Zheng, Yongnian and Tok S. Keat (2007) 'Beijing responds to Hong Kong's democratization movement: from bureaucratic control to political leadership' Asian Affairs, an American review 33(4): 235 – 256.
This list was last updated on 09/12/2021