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Protest with Chinese characteristics demonstrations, riots, and petitions in the Mid-Qing Dynasty

Author: Ho-fung Hung
Publisher: New York Columbia University Press 2013
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Paperback editionView all editions and formats
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Market expansion, state centralization, and Neo-Confucianism in Qing China -- Documenting the three waves of Mid-Qing protest -- Filial-loyal demonstrations, 1740-1759 -- Riots into rebellion, 1776-1795 -- Resistance and petitions, 1820-1839 -- Mid-Qing protests in comparative perspective -- Epilogue: The past in the present
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ho-fung Hung
ISBN: 9780231152020 0231152027 9780231152037 0231152035 9780231525459 0231525451
OCLC Number: 992693916
Awards: Winner of Book Prize 2015
Winner of Winner of the President's Book Award 2017
Runner-up for Charles Tilly Award for the Best Book in Collective Behavior and Social Movements 2016
Description: xvi, 254 Seiten Illustrationen
Contents: Market expansion, state centralization, and Neo-Confucianism in Qing China --
Documenting the three waves of Mid-Qing protest --
Filial-loyal demonstrations, 1740-1759 --
Riots into rebellion, 1776-1795 --
Resistance and petitions, 1820-1839 --
Mid-Qing protests in comparative perspective --
Epilogue: The past in the present.
Responsibility: Ho-fung Hung

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Market expansion, state centralization, and Neo-Confucianism in Qing China -- Documenting the three waves of Mid-Qing protest -- Filial-loyal demonstrations, 1740-1759 -- Riots into rebellion, 1776-1795 -- Resistance and petitions, 1820-1839 -- Mid-Qing protests in comparative perspective -- Epilogue: The past in the present

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