- Title Pages
- List of Figures
1Situating the Study of Rural China’s Environmental Health Activism
2China’s “Cancer Villages”: The Social, Political, and Economic Contexts of Pollution
3“Toxic Culture”: The Spectrum and Origins of Resigned Activism
4“Undermining” Environmental Health: “Madness,” Struggles for Clean Water, and the Challenges of Intervention
5E-Waste Work: Hierarchies of Value and the Normalization of Pollution in Guiyu
- Appendix: Methodological Strategies and Challenges
- Urban and Industrial Environments
- Resigned Activism
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