Edited book

Privatizing China: socialism from afar

Zhang Li, Ong Aihwa

Cornell University Press

Publication year

Place of publication
Ithaca and London

  • Introduction: privatizing China: powers of the self, socialism from afar
    Ong Aihwa, Li Zhang pp.1-19
  • Private homes, distinct lifestyles: performing a new middle class
    Li Zhang pp.23-40
  • Property rights and homeowner activism in new neighborhoods
    Read Benjamin L. pp.41-56
  • Socialist land masters: the territorial politics of accumulation
    Hsing You-Tien pp.57-70
  • Tax tensions: struggles over income and revenue
  • "Reorganized moralism": the politics of transnational labor codes
    Pun Ngai pp.87-102
  • Neoliberalism and Hmong/Miao transnational media ventures
    Shein Lousia pp.103-119
  • Consuming medicine and biotechnology in China
    Chen Nancy N. pp.123-132
  • Should I quit? Tobacco, fraught identity, and its risks
    Kohrman Matthew pp.133-150
  • Wild consumption: relocating responsibilities in the time of SARS
    Zhan Mei pp.151-167
  • Post-Mao professionalism: self-enterprise and patriotism
    Hoffman Lisa M. pp.168-181
  • Self-fashioning shanghainese: dancing across spheres of value
    Ong Aihwa pp.182-196
  • Living Buddhas, netizens, and the price of religious freedom
    Yü Dan Smyer pp.197-213
  • Privatizing control: internet cafés in China
    Zhou Yongming pp.214-229
  • Afterword: thinking outside the Leninist corporate box
    Litzinger Ralph A. pp.230-236

Loan status
Available for loan

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