Edited by Xiaowei Zang
This much-needed volume explains who ethnic minorities are and how well do they do in China. In addition to offering general information about ethnic minority groups in China, it discusses some important issues around ethnicity, including ethnic inequality, minority rights, and multiculturalism. Drawing on insights and perspectives from scholars in different continents the contributions provide critical reflections on where the field has been and where it is going, offering readers possible directions for future research on minority ethnicity in China. The Handbook reviews research and addresses key conceptual, theoretical and methodological issues in the study of ethnicity in China.
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- Handbook on Ethnic Minorities in China
- Chapter 1: Introduction: who are ethnic minorities and how well do they do in China?
- Chapter 2: Ethnic minorities in Southwest China
- Chapter 3: Hui Muslims in Northwest China
- Chapter 4: Xinjiang and the Uyghurs
- Chapter 5: Tibet in China? China in Tibet
- Chapter 6: Nation-state building and multiculturalism in China
- Chapter 7: Ethnic autonomous regions and the unitary multi-ethnic nation-state
- Chapter 8: Preferential policies for ethnic minorities in China
- Chapter 9: The state of research on urban Chinese ethnicity: urban Mongols
- Chapter 10: Ethnic minority languages and cultures
- Chapter 11: Gender norms among ethnic minorities: beyond ‘(Han) Chinese patriarchy’
- Chapter 12: Representations of Chinese minorities
- Chapter 13: Ethnic tourism in China
- Chapter 14: Ethnic inequality in education
- Chapter 15: Ethnic disparities in economic well-being in China
- Chapter 16: Ethnic marginalization in China: the case of the Lahu
- Chapter 17: Integration policy and South Asian minorities in Hong Kong
- Chapter 18: Ethnic minorities and China’s foreign policy
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