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Edited by William Hurst

Drawing on the perspectives of a wide range of leading experts across several disciplines, this book offers critical insights on some of the most important questions of contemporary urban Chinese politics and society. All of the contributors, working across different institutions and localities in China, bring rich data and fresh analyses to such issues as urbanization of place and people, tensions between urban social groups, new structures and mechanisms of governance and welfare provision, and the fraying of traditional social ties. Taken together, this collection represents the most comprehensive and grounded set of analyses of residency, class, and community specifically focused on urban China in at least the last ten years.

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Edited by David G. Embrick, Sharon M. Collins and Michelle S. Dodson

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Edited by David G. Embrick, Sharon M. Collins and Michelle S. Dodson

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Edited by David G. Embrick, Sharon M. Collins and Michelle S. Dodson