|Marginalization in China : recasting minority politics|
|Marginalization in China : recasting minority politics / Siu-Keung Cheung, Joseph Tse-Hei Lee, Lida V. Nedilsky.|
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction: Recasting Minority Politics in China / Siu-Keung Cheung, Joseph Tse-Hei Lee, Lida V. Nedilsky -- Reaching out for the Ladder of Success: "Outsiders" and the Civil Examination in Late Imperial China / Wing-Kin Puk -- Banditry, Marginality, and Survival among the Laboring Poor in Late Imperial South China / Robert J. Antony -- Politics of Faith: Christian Activism and the Maoist State in South China / Joseph Tse-Hei Lee -- The Transnational Redress Campaign for Chinese Survivors of Wartime Sexual Violence in Shanxi Province / Yuki Terazawa -- The Chinese Underclass and Organized Crime as a Stepladder of Social Ascent / Ming Xia -- Feminisation, Recognition and the Cosmological in Xishuangbanna / Anouska Komlosy -- Re-Presenting Women's Identities: Recognition and Representation of Rural Chinese Women / Sharon R. Wesoky -- "This Is My Mother's Land!" An Indigenous Woman Speaks Out / Siu-Keung Cheung -- Making Rights Claims Visible: Intersectionality, NGO Activism, and Cultural Politics in Hong Kong / Lisa Fischler -- Institutionalizing the Representation of Religious Minorities in post-1997 Hong Kong / Lida V. Nedilsky -- The Limits of Chinese Transnationalism: The Cultural Identity of Malaysian-Chinese Students in Guangzhou / Kam-Yee Law, Kim-Ming Lee.