Journal of China in Comparative Perspective, Vol.2 Issue 2, 2016

Journal of China in Comparative Perspective, Vol.2 Issue 2, 2016

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Journal of China in Comparative Perspective (JCCP) is the only peer-reviewed academic dual language journal for social scientific, humanities and comparative studies of China in the world, published biannually in June and December in print and electronic versions from 2015 by the Global China Press. Electronic articles can be accessed online from the JCCP website after you have subscribed to the journal. For institutions, we will need your IP address/es, either on-campus, off-campus or both.

JCCP DOI https://doi.org/10.24103/JCCP Crossref
JCCP 1.1 DOI https://doi.org/10.24103/JCCP.2016.2 Crossref

Journal of China in Comparative Perspective (JCCP) is the only peer-reviewed academic journal for social scientific, humanities and comparative studies of China in the world, published biannually from 2015 (in June and December) in print and electronic versions. (《中国比较研究》是世界上唯一的用社会科学、人文科学和比较视野研究中国的匿名评审的学术期刊,于2015年起每年六月和十二月出版印刷版和电子版)。This journal participates in Crossref, the collaborative, cross-publisher reference linking service that turns citations into hyperlinks (本期刊享用Crossref的将文献引文转为超链接的跨出版社和发行商之合作平台的服务)。

ISSN 2040-0837 (print) ISSN 2040-0845 (online)
刊号 ISSN 2040-0837 (印刷版) ISSN 2040-0845 (电子版)
ISBN 978-1-910334-19-5 发行书号 ISBN 978-1-910334-19-5

Journal of China in Comparative Perspective 《中国比较研究》

Vol. 2  Issue 2  December 2016

Contents

Editorial / Xiangqun Chang 10-11

Articles

‘Not a club for ethical culture’: early writings on the stock exchange by Max Weber, Liang Qichao and Kang Youwei / Bryna Goodman 12-23

The West in the East: Max Weber’s nightmare in ‘post-modern’ China / Don S. Zang 24-40

A comparative study of modern Chinese political history, 1926–1992: examining the nationalist, Maoist, and Dengist forms of state-society relations / Kuang-Hao Hou 41-62

Are climate policies in China and India responsive to demographic changes? / Amitendu Palit 63-78

Russian and Chinese migrants in the UK from a comparative perspective / Esuna Dugarova 79-99

Methodology

From CASS to CACSS: Corpus Approaches to Chinese Social Sciences / Yufang Qian 100-104

Review essay 

A corpus-based analysis in comparison of popular views in China and the UK on terrorism before and after 9/11 / HUANG Xiaoqin 105-109

Book reviews 110-117

China and the West: encounters with the Other in culture, arts, politics and everyday life / Reviewed by Guo Diandian 110-112

Managing cultural diversity in Asia: a research companion / Reviewed by Marola Padín Novas 112-114

Legal reforms in China and Vietnam: a comparison of Asian communist regimes / Reviewed by Kristie Thomas 114-117

Notes for contributors