• Editorial – Issues in Social Science Debate in Xi Jinping’s China

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  • Han Dongfang (in collaboration with Michaël Sztanke), Mon combat pour les ouvriers chinois (My struggle for Chinese workers)

    Paris, Michel Lafon, 2014, 290 pp. Review by Chloé Froissart Published in 2014 to mark the 20th anniversary of China Labour Bulletin (CLB), the book…

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  • Book Reviews (PDF version)

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  • Isabelle Thireau and Hua Linshan, Les ruses de la démocratie. Protester en Chine (Ruses of democracy: Protest in China)

    Isabelle Thireau and Hua Linshan, Les ruses de la démocratie. Protester en Chine (Ruses of democracy: Protest in China), Paris, Seuil, L’Histoire immédiate, 2010, 449 pp….

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  • “NGOs” Defending Migrant Workers’ Rights

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  • Kevin O’Brien and Li Lianjiang, Rightful Resistance in Rural China

    Rightful Resistance in Rural China is a good example of the heuristic character of the inductive method in political sociology, that is to say, the…

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  • Fei-Ling Wang, Organizing through Division and Exclusion. China’s Hukou System

    This work is the first complete study of China ’s hukou ( ) system. It traces the system back to its origins, highlighting its specific…

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  • The Rise of Social Movements Among Migrant Workers Uncertain strivings for autonomy

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  • Chen Yan, L’Eveil de la Chine, et Zhang Lun, La Vie intellectuelle en Chine depuis la mort de Mao

    In opposition to those who think that China is mute or muzzled, Chen Yan provides proof in his monograph L’Eveil de la Chine that since…

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  • The Hazards of the Right to an Education
    A study of the schooling of migrant worker children in Chengdu

    Education for all is both a basic civil right and a determining factor in a country’s development. It is not, however, universally guaranteed in the…

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