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The Routledge Handbook of Chinese Citizenship

Edited by: Zhonghua Guo

Print publication date:  November  2021
Online publication date:  November  2021

Print ISBN: 9781032126913
eBook ISBN: 9781003225843
Adobe ISBN:

10.4324/9781003225843
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Two assumptions prevail in the study of Chinese citizenship: one holds that citizenship is unique to the Western political culture, and China has historically lacked the necessary conditions for its development; the other implies that China is an authoritarian regime that has always been subject to autocratic power, in which citizens and citizenship play a limited role.

This volume negates both assumptions. On the one hand, it shows that China has its own unique and rich experiences of the emergence, development, rights, obligations, acts, culture, education, and sites of citizenship, indicating the need to widen the scope of citizenship studies to include non-Western societies. On the other hand, it aims to show that citizenship has been a core issue running through China's political development since the modern period, urging scholars to bring ?citizenship? into consideration in the study of Chinese politics.

This Handbook sets a new agenda for citizenship studies and Chinese politics. Its clear, accessible style makes it essential reading for students and scholars interested in citizenship and China studies.

Table of contents

Prelims Download PDF
Introduction Download PDF
Chapter  1:  Citizens and Citizenship in China: how These Ideas Emerged Download PDF
Chapter  2:  Citizenship and subjecthood in the historiography OF imperial China Download PDF
Chapter  3:  Synthesizing citizenship in modern China Download PDF
Chapter  4:  Citizenship cultivation and class struggle in the early twentieth century Download PDF
Chapter  5:  Social policy evolution and social citizenship development in China Download PDF
Chapter  6:  Social citizenship of Chinese low-income families Download PDF
Chapter  7:  Trajectories of the development of Chinese citizenship rights in the post-Mao era Download PDF
Chapter  8:  Comparing Chinese citizenship rights with the East and West Download PDF
Chapter  9:  Hukou as a case of multi-level citizenship Download PDF
Chapter  10:  emigrants' citizenship in China Download PDF
Chapter  11:  Migrant workers' citizenship positionality in contemporary China Download PDF
Chapter  12:  Chinese migrant workers' citizenship perception and its effect Download PDF
Chapter  13:  The citizenship of the middle class in China Download PDF
Chapter  14:  Constructive citizenship in urban China Download PDF
Chapter  15:  Citizenship actions of peasant workers Download PDF
Chapter  16:  Deliberative citizenship in China Download PDF
Chapter  17:  Citizen participation in Chinese urban governance Download PDF
Chapter  18:  Doing gendered citizenship from the MARGINS Download PDF
Chapter  19:  The development of citizenship in China's budget reforms Download PDF
Chapter  20:  The development of Chinese cultural citizenship Download PDF
Chapter  21:  Confucianism and citizenship revisited Download PDF
Chapter  22:  Chinese traditional world citizenship thought Download PDF
Chapter  23:  Chinese new media and citizenship Download PDF
Chapter  24:  Chinese digital citizenship Download PDF
Chapter  25:  Chinese nation-state building and citizenship Download PDF
Chapter  26:  State building and the origin of modern Chinese citizenship education Download PDF
Chapter  27:  Civic belief systems in Chinese citizenship education Download PDF
Chapter  28:  Citizenship education in China Download PDF
Chapter  29:  Citizenship and creativity education in China's school music education Download PDF
Chapter  30:  ‘Ethnic capital’ and ‘flexible citizenship’ in Korean Chinese stepwise migration Download PDF
Chapter  31:  Cultural citizenship as relational Download PDF
Chapter  32:  The dynamics of ethnic minorities' citizenship in China Download PDF
Chapter  33:  Citizenship in post-handover Hong Kong Download PDF
Chapter  34:  Citizenship education under Hong Kong's hybrid regime Download PDF
Chapter  35:  The changing nature of citizen politics in Taiwan Download PDF
Index Download PDF
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