Routledge Handbook of Contemporary Hong Kong

Routledge Handbook of Contemporary Hong Kong

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Product details

  • Hardback | 400 pages
  • 174 x 246mm
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1138959936
  • 9781138959934

About Tai Lok Lui

Tai-lok Lui is a Professor in the Department of Sociology at The University of Hong Kong Ray Yep is Assistant Head of the Department of Public Policy at City University of Hong Kong Stephen Wing-kai Chiu is a Professor in the Department of Sociology at the Chinese University of Hong Kongshow more

Table of contents

Section 1: One Country Two Systems in Practice 1. How Autonomous is the Special Administrative Region? 2. The Judicial Construction of the Basic Law: Courts, Politics and Society after 1997 3. Becoming Part of a National Economy: Maintaining Two Systems in the Midst of the Rise of China Section 2: Governing Post-Colonial Hong Kong 4. Fractures in the Executive Dominant Political System 5. Changing Party Politics 6. Stalemate in Legislature 7. Public Engagement 8. A More Proactive Sovereign after 1997 Section 3: Socio-economic Development and Regional Integration 9. Hong Kong’s Film Industry Reconstituted 10. End of a Chapter?: Hong Kong Manufacturers in the Pearl River Delta 11. The Role of Chinese Companies in Hong Kong’s Economy 12. Inbound Tourism and Its Socio-economic Impacts 13. Hong Kong: a Global City Section 4: Social Mobilization 14. The 1st July 2003 Protest as a Self-mobilization Process 15. Legal mobilization 16. Radio Talk Show and Public Opinion 17. Social Media and Social Mobilization 18. Defending the City: Changing Discourse, Action Frame, and Repertoire Section 5: The Changing Social Fabrics 19. Growing Socio-economic Inequalities 20. The Changing Opportunity Structure 21. Education: New Agenda and Emerging Tensions 22. The Real Estate Elite and Real Estate Hegemony 23. A Split Middle Class 24. Ethnic Minorities 25. Mainland Immigrants Section 6: Future Development 26. Hong Kong Under ‘Occupation’ 27. The Changing Hongkong Identity 28. Sustainable Development: Internal and External Challenges 29. Regional and National Integration 30. Competition with Other Chinese Citiesshow more