|The Chinese : Adapting the Past, Building the Future|
|Author||Dernberger, Robert F.|
DeWoskin, Kenneth J.
|Pub. Location||Ann Arbor||Publisher||University of Michigan, Center for Chinese Studies|
|Date||1986||Phys. Desc.||xvii, 728 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm|
|Location||Reading Room||Call Number||DS706.C514 1986|
|Robert F. Dernberger, Kenneth J. DeWoskin, Steven M. Goldsteing, Rhoads Murphey, and Martin K. Whyte.|
"A project of National Video Communications, Inc. (NVC) and South Carolina Educational Television (SCETV) in association with the Center for Chinese Studies, the University of Michigan"--P. [ii].
"Developed for a college course that utilizes 'The Heart of the Dragon' television series"--Pref.
Preface -- Note on Romanization -- Part One: History and Geography -- Part Two: Politics -- Part Three: Society -- Part Four: The Economy -- Part 5: Culture -- Part Six: The Future -- Suggestions for Future Reading -- The Editors -- Acknowledgements.
Bibliography: p. 705-715.
"This collection of readings is designed to provide an introduction to the Chinese people--their history, politics, society, economics, and culture--and to the problems they face as they seek to enter the twenty-first century as a modern nation. Developed for a college course that utilizes 'The Heart of the Dragon' television series, this volume includes both primary documents and secondary selections, drawn from Chinese and Western sources, as well as original essays by the editors." --Preface
|Collection||Ricci Institute Library||Edition||1st ed.||Rec. #||260|