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Articles by Alisha Gao

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Alisha Gao (née Carpenter) is a doctoral student at the Chair for Political Science with the Focus on Area Studies China/East Asia at Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main. She is working within the project, “Protecting the Weak: Entangled Processes of Framing, Mobilization and Institutionalization in East Asia,” funded by the Volkswagen Foundation (AZ 87 382). She is currently working on her doctoral thesis entitled “Facing Externalities: Modern Meat in China,” and has recently published the article, along with her co-author, Song Wei on “Changing Attitudes about the Weak: Social and Legal Conditions for Animal Protection in China,” in Critical Asian Studies (2016).