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iChina: the rise of the individual in modern Chinese society

Author: Hansen, Mette Halskov ; Svarverud, Rune Series: NIAS studies in Asian topics ; 45 Publisher: Nordic Institute of Asian Studies, 2010.Language: EnglishDescription: 275 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9788776940539Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index


iChina The Rise of the Individual in Modern Chinese Society Contents Contributors Preface Foreword: Varieties of Individualization Ulrich Beck and Elisabeth Beck-Gernsheim Introduction: Conflicting Images of the Individual and Contested Process of Individualization Yunxiang Yan 1 Idealizing Individual Choice: Work, Love and Family in the Eyes of Young, Rural Chinese Mette Halskov Hansen and Cuiming Pang 2 He is He and I Am I: Individual and Collective among China's Elderly Stig Thøgersen and Ni Anru 3 lndividualization and the Political Agency of Private Business People in China Jørgen Delman and Yin Xiaoqing 4 A Collective of Their Own: Young Volunteers at the Fringes of the Party Realm Unn Målfrid H. Rolandsen 5 Between Self and Community: The Individual in Contemporary Chinese Literature Anne Wedell-Wedellsborg 6 Individual Self-Discipline and Collective Freedom in the Minds of Chinese Intellectuals Rune Svarverud 7 'Friendly Pressure': Law and the Individual in Modern China Klaus Mühlhahn 8 Collective Symbols and Individual Options: Life on a State Farm for Returned Overseas Chinese after Decollectivization Li Minghuan Index vii xi xiii 1 39 65 94 132 164 193 226 250 271

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