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Journal of Chinese Political Science

Journal of Chinese Political Science 4/2018

Issue 4/2018

Table of Contents ( 14 Articles )

20-02-2018 | RESEARCH ARTICLE | Issue 4/2018

Can Xi Jinping be the next Mao Zedong? Using the Big Five Model to Study Political Leadership

Tony C. Lee

17-04-2018 | RESEARCH ARTICLE | Issue 4/2018

Membership Premium or Self-Selection? Communist Party Recruitment and Social Stratification in Urban China

Yanfeng Gu, Bingdao Zheng

20-05-2017 | RESEARCH ARTICLE | Issue 4/2018

The Reemerging Concern over Air Pollution in China: the Smog of the State’s Efforts to Guide Public Opinion

Xiaowen Zhang

06-04-2017 | RESEARCH ARTICLE | Issue 4/2018

Disrespect for Human Rights and Contentious Participation: Evidence from China

Ching-Hsing Wang, Dennis Lu-Chung Weng, Laura Barnstead, Garrett DuMond

14-10-2017 | RESEARCH ARTICLE | Issue 4/2018

Does Labor Migration Improve Access to Public Goods in Source Communities? Evidence from Rural China

Elise Pizzi

17-11-2017 | RESEARCH ARTICLE | Issue 4/2018

An Operational Code Analysis of China’s National Defense White Papers: 1998-2015

Yi Edward Yang, Jonathan W. Keller, Joseph Molnar

24-01-2018 | RESEARCH ARTICLE | Issue 4/2018

Framing the Boundary of Sino-Japanese Conflicts in China’s Communication Sphere: a Content Analysis of the News Coverage of Japan and Sino-Japanese Controversies by the People’s Daily between 2001 and 2015

Tianru Guan

13-06-2018 | Book Review | Issue 4/2018

Diana Fu, Mobilizing Without the Masses: Control and Contention in China

Book Review for Journal of Chinese Political Science Jeremy Wallace
Jeremy L. Wallace

05-06-2018 | Book Review | Issue 4/2018

Jean C. Oi and Steven M. Goldstein, eds. Zouping Revisited: Adaptive Governance in a Chinese County

(Stanford, California: Stanford University Press, 2018), 248p. $60 Hardcover
Stephen B. Herschler

05-06-2018 | Book Review | Issue 4/2018

Mingjun Zhang and Xinye Wu, Eds., Public Security and Governance in Contemporary China

(New York: Routledge, 2018) 206p $119.96 Hardback and 49.46 eBook
J. R. Lacharite

06-09-2018 | Book Review | Issue 4/2018

Vivienne Shue and Patricia M. Thornton, eds., To Govern China: Evolving Practices of Power

Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017, 334p. $ 74.67 hardback
Hok Wong Cheung

08-08-2018 | Book Review | Issue 4/2018

Will Trading with “the Enemy” Come to an End?

Hugo Meijer: Trading With the Enemy: The Making of U.S. Export Control Policy Toward the People’s Republic of China, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016, 416 pp., $111 Hardback, ISBN-13: 9780190277697
Shaofeng Chen

05-09-2018 | Book Review | Issue 4/2018

China’s Regional Relations in Comparative Perspective: From Harmonious Neighbors to Strategic Partners, Steven F. Jackson, New York, Routledge, 2018

Srinivasan Sitaraman

01-09-2018 | Book Review | Issue 4/2018

S. Kalantzakos: China and the Geopolitics of Rare Earths

Oxford University Press, 2017, 236 pages, $29.95 (hardcover); also available as an ebook for various prices
Kristin Vekasi

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