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Title The Chinese city between two worlds / edited by Mark Elvin and G. William Skinner
Published Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press, 1974


Location Call no. Vol. Availability
 MELB  307.760951 Elv/Ccb  AVAILABLE
Description xiii, 458 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Series Studies in Chinese society
Studies in Chinese society.
Contents Introduction / Mark Elvin -- The treaty ports and China's modernization / Rhoads Murphey -- The Ningpo pang and financial power at Shanghai / Susan Mann Jones -- Merchant associations in Canton, 1895-1911 / Edward J.M. Rhoads -- Peasant insurrection and the marketing hierarchy in the Canton Delta, 1911 / Winston Hsieh -- Chungking as a center of warlord power, 1926-1937 / Robert A. Kapp -- Educational modernization in Tsinan, 1899-1937 / David D. Buck -- The Chambers of Commerce and the YMCA / Shirley S. Garrett -- The administration of Shanghai, 1905-1914 / Mark Elvin -- City temples in Taipei under three regimes / Stephan Feuchtwang -- Migration and family changes in central Taiwan / Alden Speare, Jr. -- The integration of village migrants in Taipei / Bernard Gallin and Rita S. Gallin -- Migrants and cities in Japan, Taiwan, and Northeast China / Irene B. Taeuber
Analysis Cities and towns China
Notes "Eight of the papers ... were presented ... at a conference held in St. Croix, Virgin Islands, in December-January 1968-69."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Cities and towns -- China.
Genre/Form Conference papers and proceedings.
Author Elvin, Mark, editor
Skinner, G. William (George William), 1925-2008, editor
LC no. 73089858
ISBN 0804708533