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Jan 6 2014

Comparing places

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Empirically grounded, anthropological comparisons like this one present an important opportunity to rethink what the comparative imagination can do for us in thinking across different contexts, writes Jennifer Robinson in response to the previous post, What are we comparing China with?. I … Continue reading

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Dec 18 2013

What are we comparing China with?

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In considering the challenges faced by researchers in China, it may be useful to take a comparative perspective. In this posting, I discuss a recent project that involved carrying out fieldwork both in rural Heilongjiang and in rural Oklahoma. The … Continue reading

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