出版社：University Press of America 出版日期：2005年11月
Liu, Yue (ed). 2000. The Atlas of Population, Environment and Sustainable Development of China. New York and Beijing: Science Press.
Veeck, Gregory and others. 2006. China’s Geography: Globalization and the Dynamics of Political, Economic, and Social Change. Rowman & Littlefield.
Donald, Stephanie Hemelryk and Robert Benewick. 2005. The State of China Atlas: Mapping the World's Fastest Growing Economy. University of California Press.
MacNair, Harley Farnsworth (ed). 1946. China. University of California Press.
Fairbank, John King and Goldman, Merle. 1998. China: A New History. Harvard University Press.
Cohen, Warren I. 2001. East Asia at the Center: Four Thousand Years of Engagement with the World. Columbia University Press.
The Cambridge History of Ancient China: From the Origin of Civilization to 221 B.C.
The Cambridge History of China.
Vol. 1: The Qin and Han Empires, 221 BC-AD 220
Vol. 3: Sui and Tang China, 589-906 A.D.
Vol. 6: Alien Regimes and Border States, 907-1368
Vol. 7: The Ming Dynasty, 1368-1644, Part 1
Vol. 8: The Ming Dynasty, 1368-1644, Part 2
Vol. 9: The Qing Empire to 1800.
Vol. 10: Late Qing 1800-1870
Vol. 11: Late Qing 1870-1911
Vol. 12: Republican China, 1912-1949, Part 1
Vol. 13: Republican China 1912-1949, Part 2
Vol. 14: The People’s Republic 1949-1966
Vol. 15: The People’s Republic 1966-1982
Spence, Jonathan D. 1999. The Search for Modern China. W. W. Norton.
Spence, Jonathan D. and Annping Chin. 1995. Chinese Century: A Photographic History of the Last Hundred Years. Random House.
Wang, Dong. 2005. China’s Unequal Treaties: Narrating National History. Rowman & Littlefield.
Hsu, Chung-yueh. 2000. The Rise of Modern China. 6th Edition. Oxford University Press.
Mitchell, B. R. 2003. International Historical Statistics 1750-2000, 4th ed. (3 volumes) Palgrave.
The World Bank. World Development Report. Oxford University Press.
China State Statistical Bureau. China Statistical Yearbook. China Statistical Publishing House.
De Bary, Wm. Theodore and Bloom, Irene (eds). 1999. Sources of Chinese Tradition, Vo. I. Columbia University Press.
De Bary, Wm. Theodore and Lufrano, Richard (eds). 2000. Sources of Chinese Tradition, Vo. 2. Columbia University Press.
Schurmann, Franz and Schell, Orville (eds). 1967. The China Reader. Random House.
1. Imperial China: The Decline of the Last Dynasty and the Origins of Modern China The 18th and 19th Centuries.
2. Republican China: Nationalism, War, and the Rise of Communism 1911-1949.
3. Communist China: Revolutionary Reconstruction and International Confrontation 1949 to the Present.
Milton, David et al. (eds). 1974. The China Reader. Vintage Books.
4. People’s China: Social Experimentation, Politics, Entry onto the World Scene 1966 through 1972.
Schell, Orville and Shambaugh, David (eds). 1999. The China Reader: The Reform Era. Vintage Books.
Saich, Tony (ed). 1996. The Rise to Power of the Chinese Communist Party: Documents and Analysis. M.E. Sharpe.
Cheng, Pei-Kai et al. (eds). 1999. The Search for Modern China: A Documentary Collection. W. W. Norton.
Vogel, Ezra F. (ed). 1997. Living with China: U.S.-China Relations in the Twenty-first Century. W. W. Norton.
Vogel, Ezra F. et al. (ed.) 2002. The Golden Age of the U.S.-China-Japan Triangle, 1972-1989. Harvard University Press.
Burr, Milliam (ed). 1998. The Kissinger Transcripts: The Top Secret Talks with Beijing and Moscow. New Press.
Cohen, Warren I. 2000. American’s Response to China: A History of Sino-American Relations, 4th Edition. Columbia University Press.
Schaller, Michael. 2002. The U.S. and China: Into the Twenty-first Century, 3rd Edition. Oxford University Press.
Chen, Jian. 2001. Mao’s China and the Cold War. The University of North Carolina Press.
Harding, Harry. 1992. A Fragile Relationship: The United States and China since 1972. The Brooking Institution.
Kennedy, Scott (ed). 2003. China Cross Talk: the American Debate over China Policy since Normalization: a Reader. Rowman & Littlefield.
Garrison, Jean A. 2005. Making China Policy: From Nixon to G.W. Bush. Lynne Rienner.
Twohey, Michael. 1999. Authority and Welfare in China: Modern Debates in Historical Perspective. St. Martin’s Press.
Dahlman, Carl J. and Jean-Eric Aubert. 2001. China and the Knowledge Economy: Seizing the 21st Century. The World Bank.
Maddison, Angus. 1998. Chinese Economic Performance in the Long Run. OECD.
Reardon, Lawrence C. 2002. The Reluctant Dragon: Crisis Cycles in Chinese Foreign Economic Policy. University of Washington Press.
Lin, Yifu et al. 2003. The China Miracle: Development Strategy and Economic Reform. Revised Edition. Hong Kong: The Chinese University Press.
Nolan, Peter. 2004. China at the Crossroads. Cambridge (UK): Polity Press.
Wei, Yehuan. 2000. Regional Development in China: States, Globalization, and Inequality. Routledge.
Feigenbaum, Evan A. 2003. China’s Techno-Warriors: National Security and Strategic Competition from the Nuclear to the Information Age. Stanford University Press.
Huang, Yasheng. 2003. Selling China: Foreign Direct Investment during the Reform Era. Cambridge University Press.
Kiser, Edgar and Yong Cai. 2003. “War and Bureaucratization in Qin China: Exploring an Anomalous Case.” American Sociological Review 68:511-539.
Lieberthal, Kenneth. 1995. Governing China: from revolution through reform. W.W. Norton & Company.
Shambaugh, David (ed). 2000. The Modern Chinese State. Cambridge University Press.
Saich, Tony. 2004. Governance and Politics of China. 2nd ed. Palgrave.
Swaine, Michael D. and Tellis, Ashley J. 2000. Interpreting China’s Grand Strategy: Past, Present, and Future. Rand.
Shambaugh, David. 2002. Modernizing China’s Military: Progress, Problems, and Prospects. University of California Press.
Ogden, Suzanne. 2002. Inklings of Democracy in China. Harvard University Press.
Evans, Peter B and Stephens, John D. 1988. “Development and the World Economy”, in Handbook of Sociology, edited by Neil J. Smelser. Sage.
Whyte, Martin King, Vogel, Ezra F. and Parish Jr., William L. 1977. “Social Structure of World Regions: ainland China.” Annual Review of Sociology 3: 179-207.
Walder, Andrew G. 1989. “Social Change in Post-Revolution China.” Annual Review of Sociology 15: 405-24.
Nee, Victor and Rebecca Matthews. 1996. “Market Transition and Societal Transformation in Reforming State Socialism.” Annual Review of Sociology 22:401-35.
Bian, Yanjie. 2002. “Chinese Social Stratification and Social Mobility.” Annual Review of Sociology 28: 91-116.
(Before the Chinese Revolution)
Chase-Dunn, Christopher and Thomas D Hall. 1997. Rise and Demise: Comparing World-Systems. Westview Press.
Eisenstadt, S. N. 1993 (1963). The Political Systems of Empires. New Jersey: Transaction Publishers.
McNeill, William H. 1982. The Pursuit of Power: Technology, Armed Force, and Society since A.D. 1000. University of Chicago Press.
Kennedy, Paul. 1987. The Rise and Fall of the Great Powers: Economic Change and Military Conflict from 1500 to 2000. Random House.
Frank, André Gunder. 1998. ReOrient: Global Economy in the Asian Age. University of California Press.
Pomeranz, Kenneth. 2000. The Great Divergence: China, Europe, and the Making of the Modern World Economy. Princeton University Press.
Marks, Robert B. 2002. The Origin of the Modern World: A Global and Ecological Narrative. Romwan & Littlefiled.
(The Chinese Revolution)
Skinner, G. William. 2001. Marketing and Social Structure in Rural China, Sixth Edition. Assoication of Asian Studies.
Moore, Barrington. 1966. Social Origins of Dictatorship and Democracy: Lord and peasant in the making of the modern world. Beacon Press.
Bianco, Lucien. 1971. Origins of the Chinese Revolution. Stanford University Press.
Skocpol, Theda. 1979. States and Social Revolutions: A comparative analysis of France, Russia, and China. Cambridge University Press.
Schrecker, John E. 2004. The Chinese Revolution in Historical Perspective. 2nd Ed. Praeger.
(After the Chinese Revolution)
Balazs, Atone. 1964. Chinese Civilization and Bureaucracy. Yale University Press.
Boswell, Terry and Chase-Dunn Christopher. 2000. The Spiral of Capitalism and Socialism. Lynne Rienner.
Vogel, Ezra F. 1991. The Four Little Dragons: The Spread of Industrialization in East Asia. Harvard University Press.
Wallerstein, Immanuel. 1999. The End of the World as We know it: Social Science for the twenty-first Century. University of Minnesota Press.
Kissinger, Henry. 2001. Does America Need a Foreign Policy: Towards a Diplomacy for the 21st Century. Simon & Schuster.
Lieberson, Stanley and Freda B. Lynn. 2002. “Barking up the Wrong Branch: Scientific Alternative to the Current Model of Sociological Science.” Annual Review of Sociology 28: 1-19.
Mahoney, James. 2004. “Comparative-Historical Methodology.” Annual Review of Sociology 30:81- 101.
Feagin, Joe R et al. 1991. “Conclusion: The Present Crisis in U.S. Sociology.” A Case for the Case Study. University of North Carolina Press.
Mahoney, James and Dietrich Rueschemeyer (ed). 2003. Comparative Historical Analysis in the Social Sciences. Cambridge University Press.
Delanty, Gerard and Engin E. Isin (ed). 2003. Handbook of Historical Sociology. Sage.
Neuman, W. Lawrence. 2006. Social Research Methods: Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches. 6th ed. Allyn and Bacon.
Keen , Mike Forrest . 2004. Stalking Sociologists: J. Edgar Hoover's FBI Surveillance of American Sociology. New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers.
Patrick, Nolan and Gerhard Lenski. 2004. Human Societies: An Introduction to Macrosociology. 9thed. Paradigm Publisher.
Sanderson, Stephen K. and Arthur S Alderson. 2005. World Societies: The Evolution of Human Social Life. Pearson.
Fligstein, Neil. 2001. The Architecture of Markets : An Economic Sociology of Twenty-First-Century Capitalist Societies. Princeton Univeristy Press.
Li Yi. 2005. The Structure and Evolution of Chinese Social Stratification. University Press of America.
(Degree Holder and Landlord)
Eberhard, Wolfram. 1962. Social Mobility in Traditional China. Netherlands: E.J. Brill.
Ho, Ping-Ti. 1962. The Ladder of Success in Imperial China: Aspects of Social Mobility, 1368-1911. Columbia University Press.
Marsh, Robert M. (1961) 1980. The Mandarins: The Circulation of Elites in China, 1600-1900. Free Press.
Fei, Xiaotong. 1992 (1947). From the Soil: The Foundations of Chinese Society. University of California Press.
Wright, Daniel B. 2003. The Promise of the Revolution: Stories of Fulfillment and Struggle in China’s Hinterland. Rowman & Littlefield.
Khan, Azizur Rahman and Carl Riskin. 2001. Inequality and Poverty in China in the Age of Globalization. Oxford University Press.
Smith, S. A. 2002. Like Cattle and Horses: Nationalism and Labor in Shanghai, 1895-1927. Duke University Press.
Honig, Emily. 1986. Sisters and Strangers: Women in the Shanghai Cotton Mills, 1919 – 1949. Stanford University Press.
Hershatter, Gail. 1986. The Workers of Tianjin, 1900 – 1949. Stanford University Press.
Solinger, Dorothy J. 1999. Contesting Citizenship in Urban China: Peasant migrants, the state, and the logic of the market. University of California Press.
Bergere, Marie-Claire. 1989. The Golden Age of the Chinese Bourgeoisie 1911-1937. Cambridge University Press.
Dickson, Bruce J. 2003. Red Capitalists in China: The Party, Private Entrepreneurs, and Prospects for Political Change. Cambridge University Press.
Nolan, Peter. 2001. China and the Global Business Revolution. Palgrave.
Hinton, William. 1997 (1966). Fanshen: A Documentary of Revolution in a Chinese Village. University of California Press.
Unger, Jonathan. 2002. The Transformation of Rural China. M. E. Sharpe.
Potter, Sulamith Heins and Potter, Jack M. 1990. China’s Peasants: The Anthropology of a Revolution. Cambridge University Press.
Huang Shu-min. 1998. The Spiral Road: Change in a Chinese Village through the Eyes of a Communist Party Leader. 2nd Edition. Westview Press.
Ruf, Gregory A. 1998. Cadres and Kin: Making a Socialist Village in West China, 1921-1991. Stanford University Press.
Gao, Mobo. 1999. Gao Village: A Portrait of Rural Life in Modern China. University of Hawaii Press.
Seybolt, Peter J. 1996. Throwing the Emperor from His Horse: Portrait of a Village Leader in China, 1923-1995. Westview Press.
Gilley, Bruce. 2001. Model Rebels: The Rise and Fall of China’s Richest Village. Uni versity of California Press.
Guildin, Gregory Eliyu. 2001. What’s a Peasant to Do? Village Becoming Town in Southern China. Westview.
Frazier, Mark W. 2002. The Making of the Chinese Industrial Workplace: State, Revolution, and Labor Management. Cambridge University Press.
OECD. 2000. Reforming China’s Enterprises. OECD.
Lee, Ming-Kwan. 2000. Chinese Occupational Welfare in Market Transition. St. Martin’s Press.
Lu, Xiaobo and Perry, Elizabeth J (eds.) 1997. Danwei: The changing Chinese workplace in historical and comparative perceptive. M.E. Sharpe.
Chen, Hongyi. 2000. The Institutional Transiton of China’s Township and Village Enerprises : Markte Liberalization, Contratural From Inoonation and Privatization. Ashgate.
Oi, Jean C. 1999. Rural China Takes Off: Institutional Foundations of Economic Reform. University of California Press.
Peng, Yusheng. 2001. “Chinese Village and Townships as Industrial Corporations: Ownership, Governance, and Market Discipline.” American Journal of Sociology 106(5): 1338-70.
Whiting, Susan H. 2001. Power and Wealth in Rural China: The Political Economy of Institutional Change. Cambridge University Press.
International Finance Corporation. 2000. China’s Emerging Private Enterprises: Prospects for the New Century.
Luo, Yadong. 2000. Multinational Corporations in China: Benefiting from Structural Transformation. Copenhagen Business School Press.
Goodman, Roger et al. (eds.) 1998. The East Asian Welfare Model: Welfare Orientalism and the State. Routledge.
Chow, Nelson W.S. 2000. Socialist Welfare with Chinese Characteristics: The Reform of the Social Security System in China. University of Hong Kong: Center of Asian Studies. .
Elman, Benjamin A. 2000. A Cultural History of Civil Examinations in Late Imperial China. University of California Press.
Pepper, Suzanne. 1996. Radicalism and Education Reform in 20th-Century China: The Search for an Ideal Development Model. Cambridge University Press.
Hayhoe, Ruth. 1996. China’s Universities 1895-1995: A Century of Cultural Conflict. Garland Publishing.
Turner, Yvonne and Amy Acker. 2002. Education in New China: Shaping Ideas at Work. Ashgate.
Seeberg, Vilma. 2000. The Rhetoric and Reality of Mass Education in Mao’s China. The Edwin Mellen Press.
Han, Dongping. 2000. The Unknown Cultural Revolution: Educational Reform and Their Impact on China’s Rural Development, 1976-1986. Routledge.
Family, Gender and Sex
Eberhard, Wolfram. 1962. Social Mobility in Traditional China. Netherlands: E.J. Brill.
Huang, Philip C. C. 1990. The Peasant Family and Rural Development in the Yangzi Delta, 1350 -1988. Stanford University Press.
Diamant, Neil J. 2000. Revolutionizing the Family: Politics, Love, and Divorce in Urban and Rural China, 1949-1968. University of California Press
Yan, Yunxiang. 2003. Private Life under Socialism: Love, Intimacy, and Family Change in a Chinese Village, 1949-1999. Stanford University Press.
Fong, Vanessa L. 2004. Only Hope: Coming of Age under China’s One-Child Policy. Stanford University Press.
Louie, Kam. 2002. Theorizing Chinese Masculinity: Society and Gender in China. Cambridge University Press.
Bernhardt, Kathryn. 1999. Women and Property in China, 960-1949. Stanford University Press.
Lee, Ching Kwan. 1998. Gender and the South China Miracle: Two Worlds of Factory Women. University of California Press.
Goldin, Paul Rakita. 2001. The Culture of Sex in Ancient China. University of Hawaii Press.
Sommer, Matthew H. 2000. Sex, Law, and Society in Late Imperial China. Stanford University Press.
Evans, Harriet. 1997. Women and Sexuality in China: Female Sexuality and Gender Since 1949. Continuum.
Farquhar, Judith. 2002. Appetites: Food and Sex in Post-Socialist China. Duke University Press.
Tales, Telling and Elaine Jeffrey. 2004. China, Sex and Prostitution. Routledge.
Minorities and Religion
Di Cosmo，Nicola. 2002. Ancient China and its Enemies: The Rise of Nomadic Power in East Asian History. Cambridge University Press.
Knaus, John Kenneth. 1999. Orphans of the Cold War: American and the Tibetan Struggle for Survival. PublicAffairs.
Goldstein, Melvyn C. 1997. The Snow Lion and the Dragon: China, Tibet and the Dalai Lama. University of California Press.
Gillette, Maris Boyd. 2000. Between Mecca and Beijing: Modernization and Consumption among Urban Chinese Muslims. Stanford University Press.
Rudelson, Justin Jon. 1997. Oasis Identities: Uyghur Nationalism along China’s Silk Road. Columbia University Press.
Dillon, Michael. 2004. Xinjiang – China’s Muslim Far Northwest. Routledge.
Spickard, James V. 1998. “Ethnocentrism, Social Theory and Non-Western Sociologies of Religion: Toward a Confucian Alternative.” International Sociology 13(2): 173-194.
Hsu, Cho-Yun. 2001. “Chinese Encounters with Other Civilizations.” International Sociology 16(3): 438-545.
The China Quarterly. Vol. 174, June 2003. Special Issue: Religion in China Today
Xiong, Victor C. 2000. Sui-Tang Chang’an: A Study in the Urban History of Late Medieval China. University of Michigan Press.
Heng, Chye Kiang. 1999. Cities of Aristocrats and Bureaucrats: The Development of Medieval Chinese Cityscapes. University of Hawaii Press.
Steinhardt, Nancy Shatzman. 1990. Chinese Imperial City Planning. University of Hawaii Press.
Dong, Stella. 2000. Shanghai: The Rise and Fall of a Decadent City. HarperCollins.
Broudehoux, Anne-Marie. 2004. The Making and Selling of Post-Mao Beijing, 2nd Edition.Routledge.
Wasserstrom, Jeff. 2004. Shanghai: Global City. Routledge.
Population and Environment
Wang, Gabe T. 1999. China’s Population: Problems, Thoughts, and Policies. Ashgate.
Lee, James Z. and Wang, Feng. 2000. One Quarter of Humanity: Malthusian Mythology and Chinese Realities. Harvard University Press.
Scharping, Thomas. 2003. Birth Control in China 1949-2000: Population Policy and Demographic Development. Routledge.
Economy, Elizabeth C. 2004. The River Runs Black: The Environmental Challenge to China's Future. Cornell University Press,
Marsh, Rober M. 2000. “Weber’s Misunderstanding of Traditional Chinese Law.” American Journal of Sociology, 106:281-302.
Qing Dynasty. The Great Qing Code. Translated by William C. Jones. 1994. Oxford University Press.
MacCormack, Geoffrey. 1996. The Spirit of Traditional Chinese Law. University of Georgia Press.
Ren, Xin. 1997. Tradition of the Law and Law of the Tradition: Law, State, and Social Control in China. Greenwood Press.
Huang, Philip C. C. 2001. Code, Custom, and Legal Practice in China: The Qing and the Republic Compared. Stanford University Press.
Dikotter, Frank. 2002. Crime, Punishment, and the Prison in Modern China, 1895-1949. Columbia University Press.
Chen, Labert H. Y. 1998. An Introduction to the Legal System of the People’s Republic of China. Singapore: Butterworths Asia.
Peerenboom, Randall. 2002. China’s Long March toward Rule of Law. Cambridge University Press.
Tian, Xiaowen and Vai Io Lo. 2004. Law and Investment in China: The Legal and Business Environment after China’s WTO Accession. Routledge.
MacFarquhar, Roderick. The Origins of the Cultural Revolution. Columbia University Press.
1974. Volume I: Contradictions among the People 1956-1957.
1983. Volume II: The Great Leap Forward 1958-1960.
1997. Volume III: The Coming of the Cataclysm, 1961-1966.
Shoenhals, Michael (ed.). 1996. China’s Cultural Revolution, 1966-1969: Not a Dinner Party. M. E. Sharpe.
Oksenberg, Michel et al. (eds). 1990. Beijing Spring, 1989, Confrontation and Conflict: The Basic Documents. M. E. Sharpe.
Zhao, Dingxin. 2001. The Power of Tiananmen: State-Society Relations and the 1989 Beijing Student Movement. University of Chicago Press.
Perry, Elizabeth J. 2001. Challenging the Mandate of Heaven: Social Pretest and State Power in China. M. E. Sharpe.
Wang, Gabe. 2006. China and the Taiwan Issue: Incoming War at the Taiwan Strait. University Press of America.
Vogel, Ezra F. 1991. The Four Little Dragons: The spread of industrialization in East Asia. Harvard University Press.
Bush , Richard C. 2004, At Cross Purposes: U.S.-Taiwan Relations Since 1942.. M. E. Sharpe.
Taylor, Jay. 2000. The Generalissimo’s Son: Chiang Ching-kuo and the Revolutions in China and Taiwan. Harvard University Press.
Wang, Mei-ling. 1999. The Dust That Never Settles: The Taiwan Independence Campaign and U.S.- China Relations. University Press of America.
Roy, Denny. 2003. Taiwan: A Political History. Cornell University Press.
China in the World
Moore, Tomas. 2002. China in the World Market. Cambridge University Press.
Wang, Dong. 2005. China’s Unequal Treaties: Narrating National History. Rowman & Littlefield.
Rose, Caroline. 2004. Sino-Japanese Relations: Towards a future-oriented diplomacy. Routledge.
Voskressenski, Alexei D. 2003. Russia and China: A Theory of Inter-State Relations. Routledge.
Sidhu, Wahegure Pal Singh and Jing-dong Yuan. 2003. China and India: Corporation or Conflict? Lynne Rienner.
Annual Review of Sociology
Snow, Edgar. (1938) 1993. Red Star over China. Grove Press.
Salisbury, Harrison E. 1985. The Long March: The Untold Story. Harper & Row.
Snow, Edgar. 1970. Red China Today: The Other Side of the River. Random House.
Salisbury, Harrison E. 1992. The New Emperors: China in the Era of Mao and Deng. Little, Brown and Company.
Tyler, Patrick. 1999. A Great Wall: Six Presidents and China, An Investigation History. Public Affairs.
Fishman, Ted C. 2005. China, Inc.: How the Rise of the Next Superpower Challenges America and the World. New York: Scribner.
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