Ethnic Minorities in Modern China, Critical Concepts in Asian Studies
This is a collection of articles by a wide range of authors on topics relevant to ethnic minorities in contemporary China. There is a substantial introduction by the editor explaining the aims of the volumes and examining the theories, ideas and approaches found in the articles. There are eight parts: 1. Theoretical and identity questions relating to China's ethnic minorities; 2. Historical background; 3. Politics and policy; 4. Economics and economic development; 5. Society and social features; 6. Influences on the mind: religion and education; 7, China's minorities: separatism; implications for international relations; 8. Overview accounts of China's ethnic minorities.
Studies of Asian Society