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Chinese Local Elites and Patterns of Dominance
作者:Joseph W. Esherick and Mary Backus Rankin  译者(编者):
ISBN:  语言:英文
出版日期:1990年  出版社:Berkeley: University of California Press
This important volume affords a panoramic view of local elites during the dramatic changes of late imperial and Republic China. Eleven specialists present fresh, detailed studies of subjects ranging from cultivated upper gentry to twentieth-century militarists, from wealthy urban merchants to village leaders. In the introduction and conclusion the editors reassess the pioneering gentry studies of the 1960s, draw comparisons to elites in Europe, and suggest new ways of looking at the top people in Chinese local social systems. Chinese Local Elites and Patterns of Dominance lays the foundation for future discussions of Chinese elites and provides a solid introduction for non-specialists.Essays are by Stephen C. Averill, Lenore Barkan, Lynda S. Bell, Timothy Brook, Prasenjit Duara, Edward A. McCord, William T. Rowe, Keith Schoppa, David Strand, Rubie S. Watson, and Madeleine Zelin.

  STUDIES ON CHINA
  • STUDIES ON CHINA

  •   PREFACE
  • PREFACE

  •   CONTRIBUTORS
  • CONTRIBUTORS

  •   INTRODUCTION
  • INTRODUCTION

  •   PART ONE LATE IMPERIAL ELITES
  • One Family Continuity and Cultural Hegemony: The Gentry of Ningbo, 1368-1911
  • Two Success Stories: Lineage and Elite Status in Hanyang County, Hubei, c. 1368-1949
  • Three: The Rise and Fall of the Fu-Rong Salt-Yard Elite: Merchant Dominance in Late Qing China

  •    PART TWO LOCAL ELITES IN TRANSITION
  • Four:From Comprador to County Magnate: Bourgeois Practice in the Wuxi County Silk Industry
  • Five:Power, Legitimacy, and Symbol: Local Elites and the Jute Creek Embankment Case
  • Six:Local Military Power and Elite Formation: the Liu Family of Xingyi County, Guizhou

  •   PART THREE REPUBLICAN ELITES AND POLITICAL POWER
  • Seven: Patterns of Power:Forty Years of Elite Politics in a Chinese County
  • Eight:Mediation, Representation, and Repression: Local Elites in 1920s Beijing

  •   PART FOUR VILLAGE ELITES AND REVOLUTION
  • Nine:Corporate Property and ocal Leadership in the Pearl River Delta, 1898-1941
  • Ten:Elites and the Structures of Authority in the Villages of North China, 1900-1949
  • Eleven:Local Elites and Communist Revolution in the Jiangxi Hill Country
  • Concluding Remarks


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