Part I Gender Relations in China .- 1: Introduction: Gender, Ethnicity, Labor, and the Environment as Social Issues and Public Policy Challenges.- 2. Rural Chinese Women's Political Participation: Problems and Prospects.- 3.Self-Assertive Mistresses and Corrupt Officials: The Complex Interdependencies.- 4. Domestic Labor, Gendered Intergenerational Contract and Shared Elderly Care in Rural South China.- 5. The Growth and Dilemma of Women's NGOs in China.- Part II Ethnic Relations in China.- 6.Language, Learning and Identity: Problematizing the Education for Tibetans.- 7. Interpreting the Ethnicization of Social Conflict in China: Ethnonationalism, Identity, and Social Justice.- 8. A Harmonious Society: National Policies and Ethnic Relations.-9. NGO Development in China's Ethnic Areas.- Part III Labor Relations in China .-10.Labor Contract, Trade Union Membership and Workplace Relations.-11.Labor Protection for Migrant Workers in China: A Perspective of Institutional Reform.-12.From Societization of Workers' Rights Defending to the Construction of Corporate Social Responsibility: The Experience of Yiwu City's General Trade Union.-13. The Role of Intellectuals in Contemporary China's Labor Movement: A Preliminary Exploration.- Part IV The Environmental Movement .- 14.Environmental Problems in China: Issues and Prospects.- 15. The Struggle for Survival: A Case Study of an Environmental NGO in Zhejiang Province.-16.Public Participation in Environmental Protection in China: Three Case Analyses.- 17. Political Opportunity and the Anti-dam Movement in China: A Case Study of Nu River.-
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Zhadong Hao is professor in the Department of Sociology and academic manager of the Social Science Research Center on Contemporary China at the University of Macao.
Sheying Chen is professor of social policy and associate provost for academic affairs at Pace University in New York. He is series co-editor, as well as co-editor of Springers series International Perspectives on Aging. He has also co-edited a special issue of Ageing International and recentlyjoined that journal as an associate editor.