Chinese Local Elites and Patterns of Dominance

  STUDIES ON CHINA
  PREFACE
  CONTRIBUTORS

 expand sectionINTRODUCTION

 collapse sectionPART ONE  LATE IMPERIAL ELITES
 collapse sectionOne  Family Continuity and Cultural Hegemony: The Gentry of Ningbo, 1368-1911
 Yin County and Its Gentry
 Family Continuity
 The Lineage in Elite Life
 Gentry Culture
 Toward the Transformation of Local Hegemony
 expand sectionTwo  Success Stories: Lineage and Elite Status in Hanyang County, Hubei, c. 1368-1949
 expand sectionThree  The Rise and Fall of the Fu-Rong Salt-Yard Elite: Merchant Dominance in Late Qing China

 collapse sectionPART TWO  LOCAL ELITES IN TRANSITION
 expand sectionFour  From Comprador to County Magnate: Bourgeois Practice in the Wuxi County Silk Industry
 expand sectionFive  Power, Legitimacy, and Symbol: Local Elites and the Jute Creek Embankment Case
 expand sectionSix  Local Military Power and Elite Formation: the Liu Family of Xingyi County, Guizhou

 collapse sectionPART THREE  REPUBLICAN ELITES AND POLITICAL POWER
 expand sectionSeven  Patterns of Power:Forty Years of Elite Politics in a Chinese County
 expand sectionEight  Mediation, Representation, and Repression: Local Elites in 1920s Beijing

 collapse sectionPART FOUR  VILLAGE ELITES AND REVOLUTION
 expand sectionNine  Corporate Property and ocal Leadership in the Pearl River Delta, 1898-1941
 expand sectionTen  Elites and the Structures of Authority in the Villages of North China, 1900-1949
 expand sectionEleven  Local Elites and Communist Revolution in the Jiangxi Hill Country
 expand sectionConcluding Remarks

 expand sectionNotes
  GLOSSARY
  BIBLIOGRAPHY
 expand sectionINDEX

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