|aImagining the people :|bChinese intellectuals and the concept of citizenship, 1890-1920 /|cedited by Joshua A. Fogel and Peter G. Zarrow.
|aArmonk, N.Y. :|bM.E. Sharpe,|cc1997.
|aviii, 315 p. ;|c24 cm.
|aStudies on modern China
|a"An East gate book."
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|tCivic associations, political parties, and the cultivation of citizenship consciousness in modern China /|rLiu Zehua and Liu Jianqing --|tNationalism, citizenship, and the old text-new text controversy in late nineteenth century China /|rAnne Cheng --|tPeople, people's rights, and rebellion : the development of Tan Sitong's political thought /|rIngo Schafer --|tDynasty, state, and society : the case of modern China /|rMurata Yujiro --|tFrom civil society to party government : models of the citizen's role in the late Qing /|rDon C. Price --|tPublicists and populists : including the common people in the late Qing new citizen ideal /|rJoan Judge --|tLocal self-government : citizenship consciousness and the political participation of the new gentry-merchants in the late Qing /|rMa Xiaoquan --|tImagining "society" in early twentieth-century China /|rMichael Tsin --|tLiang Qichao and the notion of civil society in republican China /|rPeter Zarrow --|tEvolving prescriptions for social life in the late Qing and early republic : from Qunxue to society /|rWang Fan-shen.