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現代中国社会(2007春学期)

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[01] Week 1. Class Orientation
1. Introduction of the course
2. Collect topics of interests
3. Brief introduction of pre-1949 Chinese history
Readings:
1. History: Emergence of Modern China
2. The World Factbook: China
[02]

Week 2. Mao, social movements and the transformation of Chinese society- overview of China between1949-19781.

1. Brief review of the political campaigns and social changes that transformed the Chinese
society in the 1950s,1960s and 1970s
2. The rural and urban divide
3. Social mobility
Readings:
1. History: People’s Republic of China
2. Fishman. Chapter 2. The Revolution Against the Communist Revolution

[03] Week 3/4. State and Society in Post-Reform China
1. The changing social structure: 1978 to present
2. The work-unit system and the organized dependency
3. The rise of the individual and the decline of collectivism
Readings:
1. Tang and Parish – Ch3. Life Chances: Education and Jobs
2. Lau, Raymond W. K. “Socio-political control in urban China: changes and crisis,” British Journal
of Sociology
[04]
[05] Week 5/6. Reforms and Urban Social Change
1. The impacts of market economy on urban space
2. Growth and unemployment
3. Changing patterns of consumption
Readings:
1. Solinger, Dorothy J. 2002. “Labour Market Reform and the Plight of the Laid-off
Proletariat”. China Quarterly, Issue 170, p304, 23p
2. Davis, Chapter 5—Ann Veeck, “Food Market in Nanjing.”
[06]
[07] Mid-term
[08]

Week 8. The Plight of Rural Population
1. Economic restructuring and rural poverty
2. The development of rural economy
3. The problem of social welfare
Readings:
1. Fat of the land. Economist, 3/25/2006.
2. Xu, Jiang. 2004. 'Rich Brothers' and 'Poor Cousins': the political economy of post-reform rural disparity in a Chinese township. Journal of Contemporary China, Vol. 13 Issue 41, p801-817
3. Choose one of the following 2 readings:
-Yun Lu; Trout, Shirley K.; Lu, Katarina; Creswell, John W. 2005. The Needs of AIDS-Infected
Individuals in Rural China. Qualitative Health Research, Vol. 15 Issue 9, p1149-1163
- Hannum, Emily. 2003. “Poverty and Basic Education in Rural China: Villages, Households, and Girls' and Boys' Enrollment”. Comparative Education Review, Vol. 47 Issue 2, p141

[09] Week 9. Rural-Urban Migration
Readings:
1. Yardley, Jim. “In a Tidal Wave, China's Masses Pour From Farm to City”. New York Times. Sep12, 2004.
2. Robers, Dexter. “The Great Migration,” Business Week, 12/18/2000
[10] Week 10. Women in Post-reform China
1. Women and Urban Socio-Economic Change
2. Women in Rural Development
Readings:
1. Hanser, Amy. 2005. “The Gendered Rice Bowl: The Sexual Politics of Service Work in Urban China,” Gender & Society, vol. 19, no. 5, pp. 581-600
[11] Week 11. Family Planning and the One Child Policy
1. State policy and problems in implementation
2. Consequences of one-child policy
Readings:
1. Beech, Hannah. Enemies of the State? Time, 9/19/2005, Vol. 166 Issue 12, p58-61
2. Chu, Junhong. 2001. “Prenatal Sex Determination and Sex-Selective Abortion in Rural Central China.” Population and Development Review 27 (2): 259-281.
3. Cannon, Carl M. Too Spoiled, Too Male. National Journal, 8/6/2005, Vol. 37 Issue 32, p2514-2517.
[12] Week 12. Changing Popular Culture –Tension Between the State and the Market
Readings:
1. Huang, Hao. 2003. Voices from Chinese Rock, Past and Present Tense: Social Commentary and Construction of Identity in Yaogun Yinyue , from Tiananmen to the Present. Popular Music &Society, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p183-202,
2. Farrer, James. 1999. Disco “Super-Culture”: Consuming Foreign Sex in the Chinese Disco. Sexuality 2(2).
[13] Week 13. Transnational Chinese.
Readings:
1. Ong, Aiwa. 1999. Flexible Citizenship. Chapter 1.

 

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