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China's Soft Power: The Case for a Critical and Multidimensional Approach

China's Soft Power: The Case for a Critical and Multidimensional Approach Features 439 Rozman, Gilbert. 1974. Urban Networks in Ch‘ing China and Tokugawa Japan. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Stapleton, Kristin E. 2000. Civilizing Chengdu: Chinese Urban Reform, 1895–1937. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Tsai Weipin. 2010. Reading Shenbao: Nationalism, Consumerism and Individuality in China 1919–1937. Basingstoke, U.K.: Palgrave Macmillan. Wagner, Rudolf. G., ed. 2007. Joining the Global Public: Word, Image, and City in Early Chinese Newspapers, 1870–1910. Albany: State University of New York Press. Wakeman, Frederic, Jr. 1993. “e Ci Th vil Society and Public Sphere Debate: Western Reflections on Chinese Political Culture.” Modern China 19 (2): 108–138. Wakeman, Frederick, Jr. and Richard Louis Edmonds, eds. 2000. Reappraising Republican China. New York: Oxford University Press. Wang Jingyu 汪敬虞. 1965. “Shijiu shiji waiguo qinHua qiyezhong de Huashang fugu huodong” 十九世紀外國侵華企業中的華商附股活動 (Ethnic Chinese shareholders of foreign companies operating in nineteenth-century China). Lishi yanjiu 4: 39–74. Wasserstrom, Jeffrey. 2007a. “Is Global Shanghai ‘Good to Think’? Thoughts on Comparative History and Post-Socialist Cities.” Journal of World History 18 (2): 199–234. . 2007b. “A Big Ben with Chinese Characteristics: The Customs House as Urban Icon in Old and New Shanghai.” Urban History 33 (1): 65–84. Xiong, Cunrui Victor. 2003. “Recent Approaches to Studies of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png China Review International University of Hawai'I Press

China's Soft Power: The Case for a Critical and Multidimensional Approach

China Review International , Volume 16 (4) – Jul 13, 2011

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Features 439 Rozman, Gilbert. 1974. Urban Networks in Ch‘ing China and Tokugawa Japan. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Stapleton, Kristin E. 2000. Civilizing Chengdu: Chinese Urban Reform, 1895–1937. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Tsai Weipin. 2010. Reading Shenbao: Nationalism, Consumerism and Individuality in China 1919–1937. Basingstoke, U.K.: Palgrave Macmillan. Wagner, Rudolf. G., ed. 2007. Joining the Global Public: Word, Image, and City in Early Chinese Newspapers, 1870–1910. Albany: State University of New York Press. Wakeman, Frederic, Jr. 1993. “e Ci Th vil Society and Public Sphere Debate: Western Reflections on Chinese Political Culture.” Modern China 19 (2): 108–138. Wakeman, Frederick, Jr. and Richard Louis Edmonds, eds. 2000. Reappraising Republican China. New York: Oxford University Press. Wang Jingyu 汪敬虞. 1965. “Shijiu shiji waiguo qinHua qiyezhong de Huashang fugu huodong” 十九世紀外國侵華企業中的華商附股活動 (Ethnic Chinese shareholders of foreign companies operating in nineteenth-century China). Lishi yanjiu 4: 39–74. Wasserstrom, Jeffrey. 2007a. “Is Global Shanghai ‘Good to Think’? Thoughts on Comparative History and Post-Socialist Cities.” Journal of World History 18 (2): 199–234. . 2007b. “A Big Ben with Chinese Characteristics: The Customs House as Urban Icon in Old and New Shanghai.” Urban History 33 (1): 65–84. Xiong, Cunrui Victor. 2003. “Recent Approaches to Studies of

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