"Ordinary Ethics in China." Charles Stafford (ed.). Bloomsbury Academic. February 2013. --- Drawing on a wide range of anthropological case studies, this book examines the kinds of moral and ethical issues that emerge (sometimes almost unnoticed) in the flow of everyday life in Chinese communities. The breadth of the work means that it provides a useful resource for many researchers and students in anthropology and Chinese studies, as well as an important contribution to the growing field of ordinary ethics, and it is to be hoped that the book may lay the ground for future study of the ethics of everyday life, writes Charlotte Goodburn.