Introduction: Social Movements and East Asia
Section 1: Japan
1. The Environment Movement in Japan and the Duality of Social Systems.
2. A Comparative Study of Social Movements for a Post-Nuclear Energy Era in Japan and the U.S.
3. The Emergence, Development and Success of the "Association for Holding the Referendum" in Maki
4. The Long-Term Effect of Political Socialization during the Late 1960s Student Protest in Japan.
5. Young Koreans Against Ethnic Discrimination in Japan: A Case Study of the Mintoren Movement.
6. The Day Workers' Movement in Japan: Symbolic Construction in the "Winter Struggle"
Section 2: South Korea
7. Democratization and Social Movements in South Korea: A Civil Society Perspective
8. Mesomobilization and the June Uprising: Strategic and Cultural Integration in Pro-democracy Movements in South Korea.
Section 3: Taiwan
9. Social Movements in Taiwan: A Typological Analysis.
Section 4: Hong Kong
10. The Reign of Market: Institutional Setting, Business Cycle and Strikes in Hong Kong
11. Social Movement as Cognitive Praxis: The Case of the Student Movement and the Labor Movement in Hong Kong
Section 5: China
12. State Legitimation and Dynamics of the 1989 Pro-democracy Movement in Beijing
13. Institutionalized Official Hostility and Protest Leader Logic: A case study of a long-term Chinese peasants' collective protest at Dahe Dam
Section 6: Singapore
14. Solidarity from Above: State Ideology, Religion and the Absence of Social Movements in Contemporary Singapore
The Study of East Asian Social Movements: Contributions to Understanding and Theory.