Chinese Studies - Doctoral Theses

Chinese Studies - Doctoral Theses

 

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  • Cheng, Chen (University College Cork, 2014)
    This thesis explores the evolution of the concept of traditional Chinese femininity in relation to women’s lives in ancient China (221 BCE – A.D.1840). It proposes that the traditional Chinese femininity had been trying ...
  • Huang, Fuhua (University College Cork, 2014)
    Chinese sports are developing under very complex and unique political, economic, and cultural circumstances in the global age. This study aims to investigate the process of globalization in basketball through an examination ...
  • Feng, Jing (University College Cork, 2013)
    Urbanisation as a phenomenon is a complex social process which can be quite difficult to define and understand. In recent years, urbanisation in China has developed at an ever increasing rate. Urban population rates have ...
  • Huang, Haibo (University College Cork, 2014)
    For at least two millennia and probably much longer, the traditional vehicle for communicating geographical information to end-users has been the map. With the advent of computers, the means of both producing and consuming ...
  • Wu, Weiyi (University College Cork, 2013)
    More than seventeen million Chinese urban youth (Zhiqing in Chinese) went to the countryside, lived and engaged in agricultural work there during the Up to the Mountains and Down to the Countryside (UMDC) Movement (1967-1981). ...

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