The paradox of power: Conceptions of power and the relations of reason and emotion in European and Chinese culture

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Barbalet, Jack and Qi, Xiaoying. (2015). The paradox of power: Conceptions of power and the relations of reason and emotion in European and Chinese culture. In In J. G. Heaney and H. Flam (Ed.). Power and emotion pp. 51 - 64 Routledge.
AuthorsBarbalet, Jack and Qi, Xiaoying
EditorsJ. G. Heaney and H. Flam
Page range51 - 64
Year2015
Book titlePower and emotion
PublisherRoutledge
Place of publicationUnited Kingdom
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