Doing Things with Words in Chinese Politics: Five Studies

Doing Things with Words in Chinese Politics: Five Studies

Doing Things with Words in Chinese Politics: Five Studies

Doing Things with Words in Chinese Politics: Five Studies

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Contents

Acknowledgements – vii

1. Formalized Language as a Form of Power – 1

2. Party Circulars Proscribing and Prescribing Terminology – 31

3. Ghost-Writers: Expressing "The Will of the Authorities" – 55

4. Direction of the Press: Hu Qiaomu's 1955 Breakfast Chats – 79

5. Censorship, Humanities, and Social Sciences – 103

Bibliography – 127

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