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Tongzhi living

Tiantian Zheng

Tongzhi living

men attracted to men in postsocialist China

by Tiantian Zheng

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Heterosexual men,
  • Sexual behavior,
  • Attitudes,
  • Men

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (pages 209-239) and index.

    StatementTiantian Zheng
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHQ1090.7.C6 Z4734 2015
    The Physical Object
    Pagination244 pages
    Number of Pages244
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27200127M
    ISBN 109780816691999, 9780816692002
    LC Control Number2014043038
    OCLC/WorldCa898029169

    • First book to address sexual and gender diversity in China from both activist and academic perspectives, and in transnational contexts. Queer/Tongzhi China thus breathes as it speaks, providing through its diverse approaches a different understanding of queer China than standard mono-ethnographies or social-scientific documentaries. Get this from a library! Tongzhi living: men attracted to men in postsocialist China. [Tiantian Zheng] -- Offers insights into the community of same-sex-attracted men in the metropolitan city of Dalian in northeast China. Zheng reveals an array of coping mechanisms developed by tongzhi .

    Get this from a library! Tongzhi living: men attracted to men in postsocialist China. [Tiantian Zheng] -- Tongzhi, which translates into English as "same purpose" or "same will," was once widely used to mean "comrade." Since the s, the word has been appropriated by the .   The Gay & Lesbian Review / Worldwide (The G&LR) is a bimonthly magazine targeting an educated readership of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender (GLBT) men and the tagline, “a bimonthly journal of history, culture, and politics,” The G&LR publishes essays in a wide range of disciplines as well as reviews of books, movies, and plays.

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Tongzhi Living, the first study of its kind, offers insights into the community of same-sex-attracted men in the metropolitan city of Dalian in northeast China. Based on ethnographic fieldwork by Tiantian Zheng, the book reveals an array of coping mechanisms developed by tongzhi men in response to rapid social, cultural, and political transformations in postsocialist by: 7.

Tongzhi Living, the first study of its kind, offers insights into the community of same-sex-attracted men in the metropolitan city of Dalian in northeast China. Based on ethnographic fieldwork by Tiantian Zheng, the book reveals an array of coping mechanisms developed by tongzhi men in response to rapid social, cultural, and political transformations in postsocialist China.

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Tongzhi Living, the first study of its kind, offers insights into the community of same-sex-attracted men in the metropolitan city of Dalian in northeast China. Based on ethnographic fieldwork by Tiantian Zheng, the book reveals an array of coping mechanisms developed by tongzhi men in response to rapid social, cultural, and political transformations in postsocialist : University of Minnesota Press.

Tongzhi ("Comprehensive Records") is an Chinese general knowledge encyclopedia written by Zheng Qiao (鄭樵) in the Song dynasty, containing chapters on diverse topics. Contents. After the Tongdian, it was the second encyclopedia of the Santong (The Three Encyclopedias), which were often published together.

It is also included second among the Shitong (The Ten Encyclopedias Country: Song dynasty. Tongzhi Living, the first study of its kind, offers insights into the community of same-sex-attracted men in the metropolitan city of Dalian in northeast China. Based on ethnographic fieldwork by Tiantian Zheng, the book reveals an array of coping mechanisms developed by tongzhi men in response to rapid social, cultural, and political /5(8).

Zheng’s book maps out a territory where economic differences, social stratifications, and political discourses constantly shape and reshape “tongzhi living” (the lived experiences of same-sex attracted men in China).

The book starts with a brief historical review of same-sex desire in China, from imperial and republican periods to the Maoist past and the postsocialist : John Wei. The author has previously done extensive fieldwork on HIV/AIDS in China, and this book includes a chapter describing tongzhi involvement in these organizations.

Because almost all of the staff at Chinese HIV organizations are tongzhi, becoming involved in the cause is one of the only ways for them to interact directly with mainstream society.

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Tongzhi Living: Men Attracted to Men in Postsocialist China by Zheng, Tiantian and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Tiantian Zheng’s Tongzhi Living is an ethnographic inquiry into the recent lives and experiences of same-sex-attracted, or tongzhi, men in Dalian – an urban city in northeast China – from to Based on the assumption that “the Chinese tongzhi is not a category nor a structure, but rather a complex, dialectic process of.

Ethnographically rich and theoretically robust, Tongzhi Living covers a broad scope of topics and will be valuable to readers interested in medical anthropology, governmentality, gender and sexuality studies, queer theories, and China studies.

(Book Review) Tongzhi Living: Men Attracted to Men in Postsocialist China, by Tiantian Zheng. Tongzhi Living, the first study of its kind, offers insights into the community of same-sex-attracted men in the metropolitan city of Dalian in northeast China.

Based on ethnographic fieldwork by Tiantian Zheng, the book reveals an array of coping mechanisms developed by tongzhi men in response to rapid social, cultural, and political.Tongzhi, which translates into English as "same purpose" or "same will," was once widely used to mean "comrade." Since the s, the word has been appropriated by the LGBT community in China and now refers to a broad range of people who do not espouse i Living, the first study of its kind, offers insights into the community of same-sex-attracted men in the metropolitan Author: Tiantian Zheng.Book Overview Tongzhi, which translates into English as "same purpose" or "same will," was once widely used to mean "comrade." Since the s, the word has been appropriated by the LGBT community in China and now refers to a broad range of people who do not espouse by: 7.