Native Place, City, and Nation


 collapse sectionChapter One  Introduction  The Moral Excellence of Loving the Group
 The Idea of Native Place
 Native-Place Divisions in Shanghai: The Surface of City Life
 expand sectionNative-Place Organization and Occupational Organization
 The Terminology of Chinese Associations
 expand sectionChapter Two  Foreign Imperialism, Immigration and Disorder  Opium War Aftermath and the Small Sword Uprising of 1853
 expand sectionChapter Three  Community, Hierarchy and Authority  Elites and Non-elites in the Making of Native-Place Culture during the Late Qing
 expand sectionChapter Four  Expansive Practices  Charity, Modern Enterprise, the City and the State
 expand sectionChapter Five  Native-Place Associations, Foreign Authority and Early Popular Nationalism
 expand sectionChapter Six  The Native Place and the Nation  Anti-Imperialist and Republican Revolutionary Mobilization
 expand sectionChapter Seven  "Modern Spirit," Institutional Change and the Effects of Warlord Government  Associations in the Early Republic
 expand sectionChapter Eight  The Native Place and the State  Nationalism, State Building and Public Maneuvering
  Chapter Nine  Conclusion  Culture, Modernity and the Sources of National Identity

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