Review of Chinese culture and science

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Zeitschrift für chinesische Kultur und Wissenschaft Revue des sciences et des
arts en Chine OCT 14. 1900 Review of Chinese culture and science
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Chinese Culture and Mental Health

The text reviews traditional and contemporary Chinese culture; characteristic relations and psychological problems common in the Chinese family; adjustment of the Chinese in different socio-geographical circumstances; and general review of ...

Author: Wen-Shing Tseng

Publisher: Academic Press

ISBN: 1483276279

Category: Political Science

Page: 436

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Chinese Culture and Mental Health presents an in-depth study of the culture and mental health of the Chinese people in varying settings, geographic areas, and times. The book focuses on the study of the relationships between mental health and customs, beliefs, and philosophies in the Chinese cultural setting. The text reviews traditional and contemporary Chinese culture; characteristic relations and psychological problems common in the Chinese family; adjustment of the Chinese in different socio-geographical circumstances; and general review of mental health problems. Ethnologists, sinologists, psychologists, anthropologists, and sociologists will find the book interesting.

Handbook of Chinese Popular Culture

The extensive closing bibliography provides references for topics not treated in the volume.

Author: Patrick Murphy

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 9780313278082

Category: Social Science

Page: 409

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Chinese popular culture is extremely diverse and richly complex. The 18 chapters in this reference provide the most comprehensive and current bibliographical and descriptive study of Chinese popular culture in English. Each chapter, written by an expert contributor, provides a thorough survey of research materials and an overview of the most significant points of critical concern. The extensive closing bibliography provides references for topics not treated in the volume.

The Chinese Social and Political Science Review

If this be true , there is all the greater reason why the earliest remains in China yet
found should not bear the name of ... his article “ How China Aquired her
Civilization " in the Symposium on Chinese Culture published by the China
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Science in Traditional China

Traces the history of Chinese science, including the development of acupuncture, gunpowder, and mechanical clocks, and compares it with the science of neighboring nations

Author: Joseph Needham

Publisher: Harvard University Press

ISBN: 9780674794399

Category: Science

Page: 134

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Traces the history of Chinese science, including the development of acupuncture, gunpowder, and mechanical clocks, and compares it with the science of neighboring nations

China Exchange News

Chinese culture in the Hong Kong curriculum : Heritage and colonialism .
Comparative Education Review 350-0 ) : 650-668 . Sautman , Barry . ... Shanghai
: Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences and Shanghai Sanlian Bookstore . 652
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A review of education, science, and academic relations with the PRC.

Peking Review

1 CULTURE AND SCIENCE torical material done by Chinese scholars and
specialists . Chunghua Bookstore plans to continue improving the new edition ,
add an index , comThe New Edition of " The 1958 to punctuate the books , pile
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Report to Congress of the U S China Security Review Commission

China's growth strategy has also included a stringent commitment to improving its
science and technology base by ... production , the progressive course of China's
culture , and the broad interests of the majority of the Chinese people .

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Free China Review

Culture , science and education President Chiang Ching - kuo chats with Girl
Scouts from. Science cooperation to be stepped up The cooperative science
program , now in its ninth year , has undertaken such activities as shortterm and
long ...

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Luzac s Oriental List and Book Review

A monthly journal of Natural and Cultural Sciences . Published by the Indian
Science News Association . Vol . 15 , No . 12 . Subscription Rs . 10 . ...
International review of Chinese Culture and Science . Vol . 2 , No . 4 , 1950 .
Subscription 37s .

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Chinese Culture

... depend upon the work of historians who have by their analysis in effect created
the case studies which he proposes to review. ... Thus Chinese history contains
the meat upon which all three kinds of research political scientists would be most
pleased ... Yet these materials are not available, in the form in 24 Chinese
Culture.

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Political Science Review

(4) The private universities, such as Tung-Hai University, Soochow University,
and the Chinese Culture College, each has a Department of Political Science.
The Chinese Culture College has a unique programme for Ph.D.'s in Political ...

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Cybernetic Analysis of Chinese Cultural Evolution

Boulding , K . E . " General Systems Theory - - The Skeleton of Science , " in
Management Science , 2 , 197 - 208 , 1956 . The Image , University of Michigan
Press , 1956 . Braidwood , R . J . " From Cave to Village , " Scientific American ,
187 ...

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Beijing Review

China Culture Week Opens in Paris " E TŁH a Educational , Scientific and lle de
Carne 99 à Pa The new Director - General of the World Trade Organization (
WTO ) , Mike Moore , pledged in Geneva to do what he could to help China join
the ...

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China Review International

By contrast , Chinese culture started from the human heart and turned its energy
inward , to the self , through reflection . ... Therefore , no matter how science was
developed , it would never be able to solve the problems of a philosophy of ...

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Philippine Social Sciences and Humanities Review

( Articles on Chinese History ) , Wu Han : Hu Pei Jen Min , 1956 , pp . 201 .
Chang , Yin - lin . Chuang Kuo Shang Ku Shih Kang , ( An Outline of Ancient
Chinese History ) . Taipei : Publication Committee on Chinese Culture , 1953 ,
272 pp .

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The Philippine Social Science Review

When America decided to retain the Philippines and extend its culture here there
was no social upheaval . We did not experience the shock that at the present time
China , so thoroughly Chinese or Oriental is undergoing . The visitor in our ...

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Reports

Peking's Foreign Languages Press now distributes or sells abroad works on
Chinese culture , science , and other general ... ISRAEL Periodicals in a variety of
languages designed for dissemination abroad are : Peking Review , China
Pictorial ...

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International Review of History and Political Science

That Communist China is more powerful and influential in international politics
than Taiwan is beyond anyone ' s doubt . ... 53 No matter which China the SC
identify with , they all share a common awareness of how much Chinese culture
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The Qing Dynasty and Traditional Chinese Culture

Noted historian Richard J. Smith argues that the pragmatic Qing emperors presented a “Chinese” face to their subjects who lived south of the Great Wall and other ethnic faces (particularly Manchu, Mongolian, Central Asian, and Tibetan) ...

Author: Richard J. Smith

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 1442221941

Category: History

Page: 560

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The Qing dynasty (1636–1912)—a crucial bridge between “traditional” and “modern” China—was remarkable for its expansiveness and cultural sophistication. This engaging and insightful history of Qing political, social, and cultural life traces the complex interaction between the Inner Asian traditions of the Manchus, who conquered China in 1644, and indigenous Chinese cultural traditions. Noted historian Richard J. Smith argues that the pragmatic Qing emperors presented a “Chinese” face to their subjects who lived south of the Great Wall and other ethnic faces (particularly Manchu, Mongolian, Central Asian, and Tibetan) to subjects in other parts of their vast multicultural empire. They were attracted by many aspects of Chinese culture, but far from being completely “sinicized” as many scholars argue, they were also proud of their own cultural traditions and interested in other cultures as well. Setting Qing dynasty culture in historical and global perspective, Smith shows how the Chinese of the era viewed the world; how their outlook was expressed in their institutions, material culture, and customs; and how China’s preoccupation with order, unity, and harmony contributed to the civilization’s remarkable cohesiveness and continuity. Nuanced and wide-ranging, his authoritative book provides an essential introduction to late imperial Chinese culture and society.