Table of contents for Doing fieldwork in China / edited by Maria Heimer and Stig Thogersen.

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Maria Heimer and Stig Thogersen (eds.): Doing Fieldwork in
 1. Stig Thogersen and Maria Heimer: Introduction
The Role of Fieldwork in the Research Process
 2. Kevin J. O'Brien: Discovery, Research (Re)design, and
 Theory Building
 3. Elin S¿ther: Fieldwork as Coping and Learning
 4. Maria Heimer: Field Sites, Research Design, and Type of
Official China and Beyond
 5. Mette Halskov Hansen: In the Footsteps of the Communist
 Party: Dilemmas and Strategies
 6. Emily T. Yeh: `An Open Lhasa Welcomes You': Disciplining
 the Researcher in Tibet
 7. Stig Thogersen: Beyond Official Chinese: Language Codes
 and Strategies
Data Collection
 8. Bj¿rn Gustafsson and Li Shi: Surveys - Three Ways to
 Obtain Household Income Data
 9. Dorothy J. Solinger: Interviewing Chinese People: From
 High-level Officials to the Unemployed
 10. Baogang He: Consultancy: A Different Gate to the Field
 11. Stig Thogersen: Approaching the Field through Written
Insiders and Outsiders
 12. Bu Wei: Looking for `the Insider's Perspective': Human
 Trafficking in Sichuan (translated from Chinese by Stig
 13. Bj¿rn Kjellgren: The Significance of Benevolence and
 Wisdom - Reflections on Field Positionality
 14. Mette Thuno: In the `Field' Together: Potentials and
 Pitfalls in Collaborative Research
 15. Marina Svensson: Ethical Dilemmas: Balancing Distance
 with Involvement
 Anja Moller Rasmussen, Inga-Lill Blomkvist and Mads Kjeldsen:
 Annotated Bibliography on Fieldwork in China
 Chinese Characters

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Social sciences -- Research -- China.
Social sciences -- Field work.
Social sciences -- Field work -- Case studies.