Biopolitics in China

An issue of: East Asian Science, Technology and Society

Biopolitics in China
Journal Issue Pages: 152 Volume 5, Number 3 Published: 2011 An issue of East Asian Science, Technology and Society
Special Issue Editor(s): Brian Salter, Catherine Waldby


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Biopolitics in China: An Introduction- Brian Salter and Catherine Waldby

Human Oriented? Angels and Monsters in China's Health-Care Reform - Mei Zhan

Experimental Republic: Medical Accidents (Productive and Unproductive) in Postsocialist China-Melinda Cooper

Cord-Blood Banking in China: Public and Private Tensions-Haidan Chen

Biomedical Innovation and the Geopolitics of Patenting: China and the Struggle for Future Territory-Brian Salter

Ethical and Social Concerns: Opinions of Japanese Life-Science Researchers on Developments in the Science of Mind and Behavior-Jin Higashijima, Kitetsu Takahashi, and Kazuto Kato

An East Asian STS Panel Discussion on Japan's 3/11 and Fukushima Crises

Introduction-Daiwie Fu

STS Implications of Japan's 3/11 Crisis-Yuko Fujigaki and Togo Tsukahara

Disasters as Change Agents: Three Earthquakes and Three Japans-Gregory Clancey

A Fukushima-Like Nuclear Crisis in Taiwan or a Nonnuclear Taiwan?-Chang-Chuan Chan and Ya-mei Chen

Where Is the Nuclear Nation Going? Hopes and Fears over Nuclear Energy in South Korea after the Fukushima Disaster-Sungook Hong

Teach 3.11: Participatory Educational Project Puts the Kanto-Tōhoku Disaster into Historical Context-Lisa Onaga

Jinbang Song

Jia-shin Chen

Yanhong Li

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