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He is author of Producing Guanxi: Sentiment, Self, and Subculture in a North China Village. He is the author of Between Politics and Markets: Firms, Competition, and Institutional Change in Post-Mao China (Cambridge, 2001).
Producing guanxi: Sentiment, self, and subculture in a north China . Comparative Studies in Society and History 37 (1), 110-135, 1995. Subjectification and education for quality in China.
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Throughout China the formation of guanxi, or social connections, involves friends, families, colleagues, and acquaintances in complex networks of social support and sentimental attachment. Focusing on this process in one rural north China village, Fengjia, Andrew Kipnis shows what guanxi production reveals about the evolution of village political economy, kinship and gender, and local patterns of subjectivity in Dengist China.
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Sentiment, Self, and Subculture in a North China Village. Kipnis also offers a rare comparative analysis of how these practices relate to the varied and variable phenomenon of guanxi throughout China and as it has changed over time. Andrew Kipnis’s book is essential for scholars interested in the structure and practice of guanxi in China and for scholars interested in structural differences between rural and urban areas in reform era China. The China Quarterly.
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