Documents / eBooks (316891)

Law (2242)

Business (16004)

Technical (70608)

Story / Literature (2817)

Educational (149186)

Entertainment (42053)

eBooks (10794)

Recipes/Manuals (3302)

Music Tutorials (3034)

Audio Books / Teaching (1565)


Web Hosting

Ethnic China: Identity, Assimilation, and Resistance


Ethnic China examines the ongoing minority protests in China from the perspective of Chinese-American scholars in fields ranging from economics to a



Related files:

Ethnic China: Identity, Assimilation, and Resistance

China and Its National Minorities: Autonomy or Assimilation: Autonomy or Assimilation - Thomas Heberer

Lessons in Being Chinese: Minority Education and Ethnic Identity in Southwest China - Mette Halskov Hansen

Prosperity's Predicament: Identity, Reform, and Resistance in Rural Wartime China - , Christina Kelley Gilmartin

China's Tibet?: Autonomy or Assimilation - Jr. Smith, Warren W.

China's Tibet?: Autonomy or Assimilation - Jr. Smith, Warren W.

Korean-American Youth Identity and 9/11: An Examination of Korean-American Ethnic Identity in Post-9/11 America - Heerak Christian Kim

Language, Ethnic Identity and the State

Language, Ethnic Identity and the State

Identity Matters: Ethnic and Sectarian Conflict

Identity Matters: Ethnic and Sectarian Conflict

Young People, Social Capital and Ethnic Identity

Ethnic Identity: Problems and Prospects for the Twenty-first Century

The Second Generation: Ethnic Identity among Asian Americans - Pyong Gap Min

Ethnic identity and inequalities in Britain: The dynamics of diversity

Ethnic Europe: Mobility, Identity, and Conflict in a Globalized World

Invisible China: A Journey Through Ethnic Borderlands - , Jacob Rawson

China's Ethnic Minorities: Social and Economic Indicators - Rongxing Guo

Struggle for Ethnic Identity: Narratives by Asian American Professionals - Pyong Gap Min

Struggle for Ethnic Identity: Narratives by Asian American Professionals - Pyong Gap Min


Ethnic China: Identity, Assimilation, and Resistance


Ethnic China examines the ongoing minority protests in China from the perspective of Chinese-American scholars in fields ranging from economics to a