China and Chinese in Comparative Perspective related resources

 

This section contains information about China or Chinese in Comparative Perspective related events, research projects or institutions and publications including LSE's and elsewhere.   

I. CCPN Global's Collection

1. China and Chinese in comparative perspective related events

The collection started in 2004 with the project entitled 'The Transformation of Citizen Politics and Civic Attitudes in Three Chinese Societies', IEAS Auditorium Academia Sinica, Taiwan, 19-20, Nov 2004

2. China and Chinese in comparative perspective related projects and programmes

This collection started in 2002 with the project entitled 'The Transmission and Recognition of Grievous Loss' ('China and Taiwan, Britain and Germany', by Stephan Feuchtwang, funded by ESRC, 2002 - 2006)

3. China and Chinese in Comparative Perspective related publications:

  • journals -The Journal of China in Comparative Perspective, JCCP, from 2011
  • papers - This collection was started in 1976
  • books - consisting of more than 170 titles
  • book series - 4 related book series have been listed
  • dissertations - include selected dissertations from both LSE's MSc China in Comparative Perspective Programme and elsewhere
  • Dissertation Reviews - The PhD dessertations cover topics on Asian Art History, Chinese History, Chinese Literature, Gender and Sexuality, Inner Asian Studies, Medical Anthropology, Performance Studies, Print and Media Cultures, Science Studies, South Asian Studies, Southeast Asian Studies, Tibetan and Himalayan Studies.

II. References

1. Oxford Bibliographies

Oxford Bibliographies in Chinese Studies is a multi- and inter-disciplinary enterprise covering the study of China across all disciplines. It developed mainly from two sources. First, a long-standing tradition of Sinology, Second, from the Second World War, an “area studies” approach – initially closely linked to US foreign policy needs and remaining predominant in the US, Canada and Australia – has focused on modern China using interdisciplinary (mainly social science) methods. More recently, China’s rapid growth has led to the rapid expansion of the field, while scholars originally from the PRC have led a trend to identify primarily with a discipline rather than an area. Oxford Bibliographies in Chinese Studies will provide an authoritative guide to the key works across the whole field, appointing researchers and practitioners at all levels to the most important scholarship in European languages as well as in Chinese (and Japanese), and giving scholars working in other fields easier access to scholarship on China.

http://www.oxfordbibliographies.com/obo/page/chinese-studies (trial Username: triala1; Password: trial0u, valid to 22 May, 2013); www.oxfordbibliographies.com

2.  British Library

3. SOAS library

  • China in the SOAS Library - The China Studies section contains material on China, Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan, Mongolia, Eastern Siberia and East Asia in general. The coverage of the collection is very wide and reflects the range of subjects taught in the School and the library’s national role.The collection consists of some 170,000 volumes of printed material and many items in microform, some 5,000 periodical and newspaper titles, 1,100 pre-1949 local histories, and 600 congshu (collectanea). A rich resource for modern and contemporary China studies and a solid working basis for the study of pre-modern China, see more: http://www.soas.ac.uk/library/subjects/china/
  • A-Z Chinese Language Databases 中文資料庫 - It has Full-text access to over 1,000 Chinese language journals; in the subscribed series: Literature/History/Philosophy (F), Politics/Military affairs/Law (G), Education/Social Sciences (H) and Economics (J).  Online access to the following databases for statistical data on China: Monthly Statistics, National Statistics, Provincial Statistics, City Statistics, County Statistics, Monthly Industrial Data, Yearly Industrial Data, Statistics on Maps, Statistical Yearbooks (Provincial, City and National). Census data and on-campus access is automatic for most databases; off-campus access is only available to SOAS students and staff with login details. See more: http://www.soas.ac.uk/library/resources/a-z/chinese)    
  • The acquisitions blog on China & Inner Asia studies at the SOAS Library  - You will find monthly updates of newly arrived books in Chinese Studies, both Chinese-language and English-language, with direct links to their catalogue entries: http://blogs.soas.ac.uk/libraryacquisitions/category/china-and-inner-asia)

4. Chinese Studies Center of National Library of China (Chinese website which has some bilingual information) - The centre provides services of collections of documents, reading, consulting, research, etc.  中国国家图书馆海外中国问题研究资料中心, 是集文献阅览、咨询、研究服务于一体的机构。It has 外文期刊中国研究论文汉译篇目库 (a database with translated titles of articles on Chinese studies from more 70 academic journals which are published outside China)

5. The China Knowledge Resource Integrated Database (CNKI 中国知网)

6. Country Studies (more than 100 online books)

This is a link for a website which contains the on-line versions of books previously published in hard copy by the Federal Research Division of the Library of Congress as part of the Country Studies/Area Handbook Series sponsored by the U.S. Department of the Army between 1986 and 1998. Each study offers a comprehensive description and analysis of the country or region's historical setting, geography, society, economy, political system, and foreign policy. http://countrystudies.us

III. Gapminder World   

The website Gapminder provides facility for you to compare China with any country of the rest of world for the following topics: child health, climate, disasters, economy, education, family, global trends, HIV and poverty. You need to pick up a topic and then select countries that you would like to compare: www.gapminder.org .  Besides it also provides data specifically for the following countries and regions:

IV. Useful websites

 

中华比较研究相关资源

中国和华人比较研究相关信息

本节包含关于中国或华人比较研究相关的活动,研究项目或机构及出版的信息,包括LSE及其他地方

I. 全球中国比较研究网的收藏 

1. 中国与华人比较研究的相关活动

这个收藏从2004年一个 '三个华人社会的公民政治与公民态度的转化'的项目开始 (IEAS 台湾中央研究院大礼堂, 2004年11月19-20日)

2. 中国与华人比较研究的相关项目和计划

这个收藏从2002年一个"痛失亲人的传输与确认"的项目开始 ('中国与台湾,英国与德国', 由 Stephan Feuchtwang 主持, ESRC 资助, 2002 - 2006年)

3. 中国与华人比较研究的相关出版:

  • journals -The Journal of China in Comparative Perspective, JCCP, from 2011
  • papers - This collection was started in 1976
  • books - consisting of more than 170 titles
  • book series - 4 related book series have been listed
  • dissertations - include selected dissertations from both LSE's MSc China in Comparative Perspective Programme and elsewhere
  • Dissertation Reviews - The PhD dessertations cover topics on Asian Art History, Chinese History, Chinese Literature, Gender and Sexuality, Inner Asian Studies, Medical Anthropology, Performance Studies, Print and Media Cultures, Science Studies, South Asian Studies, Southeast Asian Studies, Tibetan and Himalayan Studies.

II. 参考资料

1. Oxford Bibliographies

Oxford Bibliographies in Chinese Studies is a multi- and inter-disciplinary enterprise covering the study of China across all disciplines. It developed mainly from two sources. First, a long-standing tradition of Sinology, Second, from the Second World War, an “area studies” approach – initially closely linked to US foreign policy needs and remaining predominant in the US, Canada and Australia – has focused on modern China using interdisciplinary (mainly social science) methods. More recently, China’s rapid growth has led to the rapid expansion of the field, while scholars originally from the PRC have led a trend to identify primarily with a discipline rather than an area. Oxford Bibliographies in Chinese Studies will provide an authoritative guide to the key works across the whole field, appointing researchers and practitioners at all levels to the most important scholarship in European languages as well as in Chinese (and Japanese), and giving scholars working in other fields easier access to scholarship on China.

http://www.oxfordbibliographies.com/obo/page/chinese-studies (trial Username: triala1; Password: trial0u, valid to 22 May, 2013); www.oxfordbibliographies.com

2.  大英图书馆

3. 亚非学院图书馆

  • China in the SOAS Library - The China Studies section contains material on China, Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan, Mongolia, Eastern Siberia and East Asia in general. The coverage of the collection is very wide and reflects the range of subjects taught in the School and the library’s national role.The collection consists of some 170,000 volumes of printed material and many items in microform, some 5,000 periodical and newspaper titles, 1,100 pre-1949 local histories, and 600 congshu (collectanea). A rich resource for modern and contemporary China studies and a solid working basis for the study of pre-modern China, see more: http://www.soas.ac.uk/library/subjects/china/
  • A-Z Chinese Language Databases 中文資料庫 - It has Full-text access to over 1,000 Chinese language journals; in the subscribed series: Literature/History/Philosophy (F), Politics/Military affairs/Law (G), Education/Social Sciences (H) and Economics (J).  Online access to the following databases for statistical data on China: Monthly Statistics, National Statistics, Provincial Statistics, City Statistics, County Statistics, Monthly Industrial Data, Yearly Industrial Data, Statistics on Maps, Statistical Yearbooks (Provincial, City and National). Census data and on-campus access is automatic for most databases; off-campus access is only available to SOAS students and staff with login details. See more: http://www.soas.ac.uk/library/resources/a-z/chinese)    
  • The acquisitions blog on China & Inner Asia studies at the SOAS Library  - You will find monthly updates of newly arrived books in Chinese Studies, both Chinese-language and English-language, with direct links to their catalogue entries: http://blogs.soas.ac.uk/libraryacquisitions/category/china-and-inner-asia)

4. Chinese Studies Center of National Library of China (Chinese website which has some bilingual information) - The centre provides services of collections of documents, reading, consulting, research, etc.  中国国家图书馆海外中国问题研究资料中心, 是集文献阅览、咨询、研究服务于一体的机构。It has 外文期刊中国研究论文汉译篇目库 (a database with translated titles of articles on Chinese studies from more 70 academic journals which are published outside China)

5. The China Knowledge Resource Integrated Database (CNKI 中国知网)

6. Country Studies (more than 100 online books)

This is a link for a website which contains the on-line versions of books previously published in hard copy by the Federal Research Division of the Library of Congress as part of the Country Studies/Area Handbook Series sponsored by the U.S. Department of the Army between 1986 and 1998. Each study offers a comprehensive description and analysis of the country or region's historical setting, geography, society, economy, political system, and foreign policy. http://countrystudies.us

III. Gapminder World   

The website Gapminder provides facility for you to compare China with any country of the rest of world for the following topics: child health, climate, disasters, economy, education, family, global trends, HIV and poverty. You need to pick up a topic and then select countries that you would like to compare: www.gapminder.org .  Besides it also provides data specifically for the following countries and regions:

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The websites and blogs are in use while they are being built 本网站和博客均在'边建设边使用' 中

The above title is adapted from the China's development style in order for you to share our resources in a timely fashion. There is still a huge amount of work to be done. Your understanding, participation and generous support are highly appreciated!

为了与您及时分享我们的资源, 我们采纳中国发展的'边建设边使用'的做法,尚有大量的工作待做, 真诚地感谢您的理解、参与和慷慨赞助!

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