- Title Pages
Chapter 1Middlemen, Social Networks, and State-Building in Republican Shanghai
Chapter 2Huang Yanpei and the Chinese Society of Vocational Education in Shanghai Networking
Chapter 3Wang Yiting in the Social Networks of 1910s–1930s Shanghai
Chapter 4Du Yuesheng, the French Concession, and Social Networks in Shanghai
Chapter 5Popular Protest in Shanghai, 1919–1927:
Chapter 6The National Salvation Movement and Social Networks in Republican Shanghai
Chapter 7Politics of Trial, the News Media, and Social Networks in Nationalist China:
Chapter 8What Is In a Network? Local, Personal, and Public Loyalties in the Context of Changing Conceptions of the State and Social Welfare
Chapter 9The Politics of Philanthropy:
Chapter 10Cosmopolitan Connections and Transnational Networks
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