Shanghai Sojourners

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Wakeman, Frederic, Jr., and Wen-hsin Yeh, eds.
China Research Monograph 40
1992. 352 pp.
ISBN 1-55729-035-0
$20.00

Contents

Acknowledgments – vii
Contributors – ix
Map – xi

Introduction – 1
Frederic Wakeman, Jr., and Wen-hsin Yeh

1. The Shanghai Bankers' Association, 1915–1927: Modernization and the Institutionalization of Local Solidarities – 15
Marie-Claire Bergère

2. Three Roads into Shanghai's Market: Japanese, Western, and Chinese Companies in the Match Trade, 1895‑1937 – 35
Sherman Cochran

3. New Culture, Old Habits: Native-Place Organization and the May Fourth Movement – 76
Bryna Goodman

4. The Evolution of the Shanghai Student Protest Repertoire; or, Where Do Correct Tactics Come From? – 108
Jeffrey Wasserstrom

5. Regulating Sex in Shanghai: The Reform of Prostitution in 1920 and 1951 – 145
Gail Hershatter

6. Progressive Journalism and Shanghai's Petty Urbanites: Zou Taofen and the Shenghuo Weekly, 1926–1945 – 186
Wen-hsin Yeh

7. Migrant Culture in Shanghai: In Search of a Subei Identity – 239
Emily Honig

8. "The Pact with the Devil": The Relationship between the Green Gang and the French Concession Authorities, 1925–1935 – 266
Brian G. Martin

9. Strikes among Shanghai Silk Weavers, 1927–1937: The Awakening of a Labor Aristocracy – 305
Elizabeth J. Perry

Index – 343


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