Journal of China in Comparative Perspective

Vol. 1 Issue 2 December 2015

Contents

 

Editorial / Xiangqun Chang 11-13

Articles
A practical minded person: Fei Xiaotong’s anthropological calling and Edmund Leach’s game / Stephan Feuchtwang 14-26
A swan’s trace in snow: unexpected visits, fieldwork and the anthropology of Fei Xiaotong / Charles Stafford 27-39
China and India: an anthropological view in relation to cultural peripheries / Chie Nakane 40-47
A comparative study of rural families and family property in China and Japan / Hong Park 48-67
The road to the cities: interpreting some theoretical perspectives on migration and urbanization by Fei Xiaotong and Ebenezer HowardZhiming Wu and Ye Liu 68-78

Reflection and prediction
A Chinese episode in the globalization of sociology / Martin Albrow 79-90
Post-nationalist anthropology? Anthropologies today in their nationalist traditions, cosmopolitan ethos and collaborative possibilities / George E. Marcus 91-98

Dialogue and comments
Globalization of Chinese sociology and anthropology: a dialogue on Fei Xiaotong’s academic contributions / Gary G. Hamilton and Xiangqun Chang 99-115
Comments on the dialogue on Fei Xiaotong’s academic contributions /Bettina Gransow 116-122

Feedback and response
From cross culture, interculture to transculture: reading ‘universal dream, national dreams and symbiotic dream: reflections on transcultural generativity in China-Europe encounters’ / SHEN Qi 123-128
Making space for ‘transculturality’ – a response to SHEN QiShuo Yu 129-141

Review essay
Economic reform in China and India: development experience in a comparative perspective / Yingyao Wang 142-146

Book reviews 147-159
Billions of entrepreneurs: how China and India are reshaping their futures and ours / First review by Jørgen Delman; Second review by Karl Koch 147-151
Unravelling the China miracle: a comparative study with India / Reviewed by Benjamin Chemouni 151-153
Global ‘body shopping’: an Indian international labor system in the information technology industry / Reviewed by Sancia Wai-San Wan 154-156
New welfare state in East Asia: global challenges and restructuring / Reviewed by Lei Zhang 157-159

Notes for contributors

 

 《中国比较研究》

 2015年12月第1卷第2

目录

编者序 / 常向群                        

实践者: 费孝通教授的人类学使命与利奇教授的游戏 / 王斯福 Stephan Feuchtwang
雪泥鸿爪: 意外的访问、田野调查和费孝通的人类学 / 石瑞 Charles Stafford
中国和印度: 从人类学的视角来看文化的边陲 / 中根千枝 Chie Nakane
人口流迁与城市化:对费孝通与霍华德研究的理解 / 吴志明
关于农村社会的家与家产的比较研究--以中日比较为中心 / 朴红 Hong Park

回顾与前瞻

社会学全球化过程中的中国插曲 / 马丁•阿尔布劳 Martin Albrow
后民族主义人类学?今天的世界人类学:民族主义传统、世界主义伦理与合作的可能性 / 乔治.马尔库斯George E. Marcus 

对话与评论

关于费孝通对国际社会学和世界人类学的学术贡献的对话 / 韩格理、常向群
对于费孝通的学术贡献对话的评论 / 柯兰君

馈与评论

从跨文化、“际文化“到“超文化”研究: 兼评《普世价值梦、民族国家梦及环球共生梦---- 中欧相逢中的跨文化生成性思考》一文/ 沈骑
寻找“超文化性”的生存空间 -- 回应沈骑 / 于硕

评论文章
中国和印度的经济改革:比较视角下的发展经验/王颖曜

书评

《文明的敌人:古代美索不达米亚、埃及、中国对待外来人的态度》蒲慕州著,奥尔巴尼:纽约国立大学出版社2005年版 / 书评作者:郑惠莉 (音)

《揭开中国奇迹:与印度的比较研究 (1950-2005)》A. Besant C. Raj, BookSurge Publishing (2006) /  书评作者:Benjamin Chemouni

  • Global ‘body shopping’: an Indian international labor system in the information technology industry / Reviewed by Sancia Wai-San Wan
  • New welfare state in East Asia: global challenges and restructuring /Reviewed by Lei Zhang

《管理亚洲文化的多样性:研究指南》,穆斯塔法∙厄茲比尔金(Mustafa Özbilgin)、贾瓦德∙萨依德 (Jawad Syed) 主编,爱德华∙埃尔加出版公司2010年出版,566页 / 书评作者:马罗拉∙帕丁∙诺伐斯

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