How can we more appropriately manage the logistical and ethical problems of doing political research in the challenging Chinese environment? In addressing these questions, this comprehensive methodological survey will be of immense interest to graduate students heading into the field for the first time and experienced scholars looking to keep abreast of the state of the art in the study of Chinese politics"-- Contents Machine generated contents note: Introduction Allen Carlson, Mary Gallagher and Melanie Manion; Part I.
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