China country studies

China country studies

Acknowledgments
Preface
Historical Setting
The Ancient Dynasties
The Zhou Period
The Hundred Schools of Thought
The Imperial Era
Era of Disunity
Restoration of Empire
Mongolian Interlude
The Chinese Regain Power
The Rise of the Manchus
Emergence of Modern China
The Western Powers Arrive
The Opium War, 1839-42
The Taiping Rebellion, 1851-64
The Self-Strengthening Movement
The Hundred Days' Reform and the Aftermath
The Republican Revolution of 1911
Republican China
Nationalism and Communism
Anti-Japanese War
Return to Civil War
The People's Republic of China
The Transition to Socialism, 1953-57
The Great Leap Forward, 1958-60
Readjustment and Recovery, 1961-65
The Cultural Revolution, 1966-76
The Post-Mao Period, 1976-78
The Four Modernizations, 1979-82
Physical Environment and Population
Physical Environment
Population
Population Control Programs
Migration
Minorities
Labor Force
Health Care
Society
Ethnic Boundaries
Han Diversity and Unity
Traditional Society and Culture
Social Change
Social Differentiation
Common Social Patterns
Rural Society
Decollectivization
The Role of the Household
Consequences of Rural Reform
Regulations and Favors
Family and Household
Marriage
Community Structure
Urban Society
Housing
Families and Marriage
Providing for the Next Generation
Opportunities and Competition
Examinations, Hereditary Transmission of Jobs, and Connections
Women
Religion
Trends and Tensions
Education and Culture
Education Policy
The Education System
Primary Education
Secondary Education
Higher Education
Education - Modernization Goals in the 1980S
Teachers
Adult Education
Policy Toward Intellectuals
Traditional Literature
Literature in the Post-Mao Period
Traditional Arts
Music
Painting and Calligraphy
Contemporary Performing Arts
Radio and Television
Folk and Variety Arts
Publishing
Libraries and Archives
The Economy
General Nature of the Economy
Economic Policies, 1949-80
Recovery from War, 1949-52
The First Five-Year Plan, 1953-57
The Great Leap Forward, 1958-60
Readjustment and Recovery: "Agriculture First," 1961-65
The Cultural Revolution, 1966-76
The Post-Mao Interlude, 1976-78
Reform of the Economic System, Beginning in 1979
Roles of the Government and the Party in the Economy
Agriculture
Industry
The Banking System
Living Standards
Income Distribution
Party and Government
Chinese Communist Party
National Party Congresses
Central Committee and Political Bureau
Secretariat
Central Military Commission
Other Party Organs
Ccp Membership
Mass Organizations
The Government
The National People's Congress
The State Council
The Judiciary
Local Administration
The Cadre System
The Media
Politics
Political Realignments at the Party Center
The First Wave of Reform, 1979-84
The Second Wave of Reform, 1984-86
The Third Wave of Reform, Beginning in 1986
The Politics of Modernization
Marxism-Leninism-Mao Zedong Thought Re-Thought
Foreign Relations
Evolution of Foreign Policy
Nationalism
The Influence of Ideology
Foreign Policy Decision Making and Implementation
An Overview of China's Foreign Relations
Sino-Soviet Relations
Sino-American Relations
Relations with the Third World
Relations with the Developed World
Relations with Japan
Relations with Europe
China's Role in International Organizations
Bibliography

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