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Social mobility in China and Britain: a comparative study

) ‘Inequality of Opportunity in Urban China and America’. Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 9: 3-32. Breen, R. (ed.) (2004) Social Mobility in Europe. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Breen, R., R. Luijkx, W. Müller and R. Pollak (2009) ‘Non-Persistent Inequality in Educational Attainment: Evidence from Eight European Countries’. American Journal of Sociology, 114(5): 1475-1521. Bukodi, E. and J. H. Goldthorpe (2010) ‘Market versus Meritocracy: Hungary as a critical case’, European Sociological Review, 26(6): 655-674. Chan, T.W. and Goldthorpe, J.H. (2005

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Everyday Mobility: the Normalization of China-Japan Migratory Flows and their ‘Everyday Practice’

References Bourdieu, P. (1998). Practical Reason: On the Theory of Action . Stanford, Stanford University Press. Brandstadter, S. and G. D. Santos, eds. (2009). Chinese Kinship: Contemporary anthropological perspectives . Routledge Contemporary China series. New York and Oxon, Routledge. Buchanan, I. (2001). Michel De Certeau: Cultural Theorist . London, Sage Publications. Cheng, T.-S. (2001). Kajin Diasupora: Kasho no Nettowaku to Iidentitii Tokyo, Akashi Shoten. Cheng, X. (2003). Non-remaining and Non-returning’ Globalizing

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Public spending mechanisms and gross domestic product (GDP) growth in the agricultural sector (1970–2016): Lessons for Nigeria from agricultural policy progressions in China

; Hartwich et al ., 2010 ; Ojiako et al ., 2016 ). Past studies indicated that, in Africa, spending in the agricultural sector has remained comparatively low (5.4–7.4%) while, in Asia, it was much higher (8.5–10.5%) than in Africa (Lele, 1991, Eze et al ., 2010 ; Apata, et al ., 2011; Eboh, et al ., 2012 ; Arndt et al ., 2015 ; Karamba and Winters, 2015 ). Nigeria and China provide an interesting distinction with respect to performance and policy, especially in the agricultural sector. After several decades of Nigeria earning multiple billions of dollars from

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Historical Narratives of Sinophobia – Are these echoed in contemporary Australian debates about Chineseness?

1 Introduction In 2014, two Australian federal senators, Clive Palmer and Jacqui Lambie, made separate statements through the media describing the Chinese as ‘mongrels’ and ‘bastards’ who wanted to ‘take over’ their country and ‘enslave’ Australian children and grandchildren. These comments were lampooned in the press, and Palmer retracted and apologised for his comments very soon after they were made. The senators’ comments drew on well-worn tropes within narratives of Australianness based on sinophobia and its strong presence in Australian history. Fear

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Swiss Journal of Sociology
Revue Suisse de sociologie/ Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Soziologie
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Socialist Romania and the Futility of Cold War Analysis

Press. Kornai, János. (1980). “Hard” and “Soft” Budget Constraint. Acta Oeconomica , 25 (3-4): 231-246. Long, Zhiming and Rémy Herrera. (2018). The Enigma of China’s Growth. Monthly , 25 (3-4): Review , 70 (7): 52-62. MacAskill, Ewen and Alex Hern. (2018), June 4. Edward Snowden: ‘The people are still powerless, but now they’re aware’. The Guardian. Maharawal, Manissa, and Erin McElroy. (2018). Mapping Dispossession

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Gestalt Theory
An International Multidisciplinary Journal
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