Handbook of Chinese Popular Culture

Synopsis

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.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Rebecca Helen Weiner
  • E. N. Anderson
  • Jordan Paper
  • Hsiao-hung Lee
  • Susan E. Brownell
  • Rebecca Helen Weiner
  • E. N. Anderson
  • Jordan Paper
  • Hsiao-hung Lee
  • Susan E. Brownell
  • J. A. English-lueck
  • Zhang Wei
  • Tan Xiujun
  • Xu Xinyi
  • Wu Dingbo
  • Jiang Xingyu
  • Cao Zhengwen
  • John A. Lent
  • Qingxiang Wang
  • Ronald G. Knapp
  • John Marney
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Westport, CT
Publication year:
  • 1994