8 edition of Autonomy, ethnicity, and poverty in Southwestern China found in the catalog.
Autonomy, ethnicity, and poverty in Southwestern China
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Chih-yu Shih.|
|LC Classifications||DS730 .S522 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2007001437|
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The Chinese state reaches out to ethnic communities in three different channels of autonomy, ethnicity, and poverty.
However, each of these channels designates a submissive position to ethnic citizenship. Amidst theoretical uncertainty on how the state has affected local communities, ethnic minorities can develop subjectivity. Get this from a library. Autonomy, ethnicity, and poverty in Southwestern China: the state turned upside down.
[Zhiyu Shi] -- This book examines the three different channels by which the Chinese state reaches out to ethnic communities: autonomy, ethnicity, and poverty. Autonomy, Ethnicity, and Poverty in Southwestern China by C. Shih,available at Book Depository with free delivery : C.
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Autonomy, Ethnicity, and Poverty in Southwestern China 作者: Chih-yu Shih 出版社: Palgrave Macmillan 副标题: The State Turned Upside Down 出版年: 页数: 定价: USD 装帧: Hardcover ISBN: Author: Chih-Yu Shih.
Autonomy, Ethnicity, and Poverty in Southwestern China | The Chinese state reaches out to ethnic communities in three different channels of autonomy, ethnicity, and poverty. However, each of these channels designates a submissive position to ethnic citizenship.
The politics of everyday ethnicity in China Article (PDF Available) in Asian Ethnicity 12(3) October with 35 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Elena Barabantseva. Author of Zhong gong fa zhi li lun jie xi, Collective democracy, The spirit of Chinese foreign policy, Dang dai Taiwan di Zhongguo yi shi, Liang an guan xi, fei long zai tian (Liang an ren xing dui hua), Autonomy, Ethnicity, and Poverty in Southwestern China, Zhong gong wai jiao di li lun yu shi jian, Zhong gong wai jiao di li lun yu shi jian (Da ya cong kan).
His recent publication includes Autonomy, Ethnicity and Poverty in Southwestern China: The State Turned Upside Down (), Navigating Sovereignty: World Politics Lost in China (), and Negotiating Ethnicity in China: Citizenship as a Response to the State.
Jialin Zhang is a visiting scholar at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University. Abstract. In the twenty-first century, relationships between ethnic minorities and their state will be among the most popular subjects of study in political science in general, 1 and in Chinese politics in particular.
Officially, China has fifty-five minority groups. In principle, these minorities enjoy administrative autonomy in governing local public : Chih-yu Shih. His recent publication includes Autonomy, Ethnicity and Poverty in Southwestern China: The State Turned Upside Down (), Navigating Sovereignty: World Politics Lost in China (), and Negotiating Ethnicity in China: Citizenship as a Response to the State.
Jialin Zhang is a visiting scholar at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University. Regional Ethnic Autonomy System (区域民族自治制度) of People's Republic of China give ethnical minorities in China a political system to assemble autonomous government body, protects ethnic minorities' rights and provides ethnic minority people benefits.
It is one of the basic political systems in China. This fundamental system was aimed at achieving ethnical equality in China. Politics, history, and religion have long lent Tibet a glamorous air, particularly in the West.
But Tibet can be understood in an astonishingly wide variety of other ways, including linguistic, ecological, environmental and climatological, geographical.
'This book is unique as being the first comparing poverty and exclusion of ethnic minorities in China and India and can be supposed to become widely cited'. Professor Björn A. Gustafsson, University of Gothenburg, Sweden and Institute for Labour Research (IZA), Bonn, GermanyCited by: 7.
Professor Shih is Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Asian Ethnicity and author of over 70 books, including Civilization, National and Modernity in East Asia; Autonomy, Ethnicity and Poverty in Southwestern China; Collective Democracy: Political and Legal Reform in China; The Spirit of Chinese Foreign Policy, and many others.
He received his. With its interdisciplinary approach, the book enriches the anthropology of China by framing ethnicity issues in terms of local politics and inter-relationships between levels of government, and at the same time extends the analytical perimeter of Cited by: The book brings civilizational politics back to the studies of international relations and foreign policy through a study of the multiple meanings of international relations and related terms in East Asia and the intrinsic relation of international relations to individual choices of scholarly identity.
poverty we define the same poverty line used by Gustafsson and Sai () of Yuan per person/year based on the NBS low income level, adapted to take into account the bias in average income in CHIP data.
Ethnicity is based on the official classification that distinguishes 55 ethnic minorities or nationalities along with the majority group (Han).
Autonomy, ethnicity, and poverty in Southwestern China: the state turned upside down / by Chih-yu Shih; Xi bu jing ji kua yue shi fa zhan yu zheng zhi wen ming jian she / Zeng Di, Liu Hong bian zhu; Xi nan jun fa shi / [Xie Bengshu, Feng Zuyi zhu bian].
Note: The debate about income poverty line, the numbers and percentages of the poor of China References Tables Poverty, in this paper, consists of two elements: income poverty and human poverty.
Income poverty is defined as the lack of necessities for material well-being, which can be measured by incidence of poverty. 2 Human poverty means the Cited by: 9. Chih-yu Shih, Autonomy, Ethnicity, and Poverty in Southwestern China: The State Turned Upside Down, 2–3. For pioneering works in the field, see James A.
Millward, Beyond the Pass: Economy, Ethnicity, and Empire in Qing Central Asia, –; Peter C. Perdue, China Marches West: The Qing Conquest of Central Eurasia, esp.
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Research Report; Washington, DC: International Food Policy Research Institute, Faure, David. The rural economy of pre-liberation China: trade expansion and peasant livelihood in Jiangsu and Guangdong, New York: Oxford University Press, Update: this review is now available in Chinese Following on from yesterday’s book review on an account of Bangladesh’s success, here’s a great book on another developmental superstar – China.
The macro-story on China is well known, but always bears repetition. Emerging from the carnage of the Mao era, China in had a GDP [ ]. Books Authored, Books Edited, Special Issues, and Book Chapters Ethnicy and Poverty in Southwestern China: The State Turned Upside Down (London: Palgrave/Macmillan, ).
Navigating Sovereignty: World Politics Lost in China (London: Palgrave/Macmillan, ). (國科會傑出獎代表作) Negotiating Ethnicity in China. After all, Hu, when Guizhou's leader, helped establish the micro-oriented state in the province.
Donaldson's conclusions have implications for our understanding of development and poverty reduction, economic change in China, and the thinking behind China's policy decisions.
The following is a translation prepared by the Congressional-Executive Commission on China of the "People's Republic of China Regional Ethnic Autonomy Law," issued by the Second Session of the Sixth National People’s Congress on (effective October 1, ) and amended in accordance with the “Decision on Revising the People’s Republic of China.
Jagannath Panda Asymmetric growth in foreign policy dynamics and power posture between China and India at the regional level is the new contour of current Asian politics. among the people and nations of the United States, Asia, and the Pacific through cooperative study, research, and dialogue.
Established by the US Congress inthe Center serves as a resource for infor-File Size: 1MB. Poverty Monitoring in Rural China Dr. XIAN Zude Director General, Rural Survey Organization, National Bureau of Statistics, P.R. China 1. Poverty Monitoring System for rural China As a part of the endeavor of poverty reduction of government, National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) of China has paid a great attention on poverty Size: 47KB.
recent publication is Autonomy, Ethnicity and Poverty in Southwestern China (Palgrave, ). Tang Xin is an associate professor of law at Tsinghua University Law School in Beijing.
His chief interests include corpora tions and the regulation of financial markets. He is. China has lifted hundreds of millions of its citizens out of poverty over the past few decades, but doing the same for groups like the Yi poses a different set of challenges.
Unfortunately, the public’s racial image of poor people is mistaken, as census data reveal that the most typical poor person is white (non-Latino).To be more precise, percent of poor people are white (non-Latino), percent are Latino, percent are black, and percent are Asian (see Figure "Racial and Ethnic Composition of the Poor, (Percentage of Poor.
“The Teleology of State in China’s Regional Ethnic Autonomy: A Review of the Chinese Writings in the International Workshop on Ethnic Autonomy,” Asian Ethnicity 3, 2 () (Queensland) (IPSA) “Opening the Dichotomy of Universalism and Relativism,” Human Rights & Human Welfare 2, 1 () (Denver) (Clmb.
Int’l Aff. on Line). This list is an overview of the major causes of poverty in China. It provides a high-level explanation of the most common causes of poverty in China today.
Rural-urban Migration. For the first time in its history, China became an urbanized country in That means the urban population (52%) is larger then it’s rural one.
Notes to Section III(a)—Special Focus for China's Minorities and Government Implementation of the Regional Autonomy Ethnic Law. 1 The Chinese government uses a Stalinist formula to determine which groups constitute unique minzu, variously translated as "nationalities" or "ethnic groups." Accordingly, to be considered a nationality, a.
Ethnic minorities in China are the non-Han Chinese population in officially recognizes 55 ethnic minority groups within China in addition to the Han majority. As ofthe combined population of officially recognized minority groups comprised % of the population of mainland China.
In addition to these officially recognized ethnic minority groups, there are Chinese. 11 English (Democracy Made in Taiwan, Lexington ; Autonomy, Ethnicity and Poverty in Southwestern China, Palgrave ; Navigating Sovereignty, Palgrave ; Negotiating Ethnicity in China, Routledge ; Reform, Identity and Chinese Foreign Policy, Vanguard Research Center ; Collective Democracy, Chinese University Press of Hong Kong.
Chih‐yu Shih teaches civilizational politics, political psychology, and China studies at National Taiwan University as University Chair Professor. His most recent publications include Autonomy, Ethnicity and Poverty in Southwestern China; Democracy Made in Taiwan; and Navigating Sovereignty: World Politics Lost in China, among others.
Southwest China off the beaten track. Lincolnwood, Ill: Passport Books. MLA Citation. Stevens, K. Mark. and Wehrfritz, George E. and Booz, Patrick R.
Southwest China off the beaten track / K. Mark Stevens and George E. Wehrfritz ; edited by Paddy Booz Passport Books Lincolnwood, Ill Australian/Harvard Citation.
Poverty in China may be blatant in cities, but it’s in rural areas that the problem is most dire. In many villages, those who manage to sell everything they produce will only make about $/year. Earning that much means they don’t receive government support anymore and have to handle housing and other basic necessities on their own.Ways of Being Ethnic in Southwest China will be of interest to social scientists concerned with issues of ethnicity and state-building.
Stevan Harrell is professor of anthropology at the University of Washington and curator of Asian ethnology at the /10(24).Start studying HOW THE NAVY PLANS OPERATIONS. CHINA ETHNICITY/NATIONALITY AND DEVELOPMENT. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with .