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Shih, Chih-yu

Autonomy, Ethnicity, and Poverty in Southwestern China: The State Turned Upside Down

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: Performing Unity
Chih-yu Shih

Part I. Political, Cultural, and Economic Unity

2. The Teleology of the State: Top-down Regional Ethnic Autonomy
Chih-yu Shih

3. Performing Ethnicity: Politics of Representation in Multi-Ethnic Guilin
Chih-yu Shih

4. Silencing the Poor: The Statist-Liberal Incapacity in Western Hunan
Chih-yu Shih

Part II. The State Turned Upside Down

5. The State as a Borderline Identity—Distancing the Jing Ethnicity from Vietnam
Chih-yu Shih

6. Imagined Genealogy: Behind the Cultural Formation of Huishui’s Buyi Nationality
Chih-yu Shih

7. Cement or Excrement? Autonomous Ecological Thinking in Xiaoxi’s Poverty Discourse
Chih-yu Shih

Part 3. Out of Place

8. 3 + 1 + 1 = 1: Disempowerment in Multi-ethnic Autonomous Longsheng
Chih-yu Shih

9. Lost Agency for Change: The Diasporic Identity in Yizhou’s Shui Villages
Chih-yu Shih

10. Feeling Poverty: On the Same Side of the Poor in Baise’s Zhuang Villages
Chih-yu Shih

Part 4. Riding the Citizenship

11. Assimilation into Mulao Consciousness: The Rise of Participatory Rigor in Luocheng
Chih-yu Shih

12. Living with the State: Multiplying Ethnic Yao Narratives in Jinxiu
Chih-yu Shih

13. Learning to Be Rational: Peasants’ Responses to Marketization in Fenghuang
Chih-yu Shih

14. Conclusion
Chih-yu Shih

Keywords: Political Science and International Relations, Asian Politics, Political Economy, Economic Policy, Political Sociology, Political Science, Poverty, Aid and Development

Author(s)
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2007
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
272 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230609341
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-53995-6

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