By Asian Anthropology
Asian Anthropology offers a 'Best Paper Award' to one or more of it's authors each year.
Click on the articles below to begin reading. The latest winning article is free to read until the end of the year.
|2020||Xinyan Peng||The 6pm struggle: the changing meaning of work, a culture of overtime work, and corporate governmentality in urban China||19||1|
|2019||Sacha Cody||“A new consciousness of the countryside”? Elite ruralism in contemporary China||18||1|
|2018||James Wright||Tactile care, mechanical Hugs: Japanese caregivers and robotic lifting devices||17||1|
|2017||Beth E. Notar||"My dad is Li Gang!” or seeing the state: transgressive mobility, collective visibility, and playful corruption in contemporary urban China||16||1|
|2017||Takami Kuwayama||Japanese anthropology, neoliberal knowledge structuring, and the rise of audit culture: lessons from the academic world system||16||3|
|2016||Siyu Chen||Negotiating masculinities through the game of distinction - a case study of MOBA gamers at a Chinese university||15||3|
|2015||Shanshan Lan||Transnational business and family strategies among Chinese/Nigerian couples in Guangzhou and Lagos||14||2|