POLICY CONFLICTS IN POST MAO CHINA A DOCUMENTARY SURVEY WITH ANALYSIS A DOCUMENTARY SURVEY WITH ANALYSIS

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Policy Conflicts In Post Mao China A Documentary Survey With Analysis

Author : John P. Burns
ISBN : 9781315494968
Genre : Nature
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This is a collection of essays exploring the deep-rooted problems presented by the Three Gorges dam project that the Chinese government are trying to disguise or supress, brought together by Dai Qing, an investigative journalist, at the risk of her own freedom.
Category: Nature

Party Vs State In Post 1949 China

Author : Shiping Zheng
ISBN : 0521588197
Genre : History
File Size : 25.42 MB
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A comprehensive analysis of a very important issue in contemporary China: the tensions between the Communist Party and state institutions.
Category: History

Restructuring Political Power In China

Author : An Chen
ISBN : 1555878423
Genre : Political Science
File Size : 48.35 MB
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"Chen argues that to prevent party cadre opposition to market restructuring - the nemesis of change in other communist states - national leaders manipulated legislative channels and party regulations to allow citizen participation in the implementation of reform programs. Opportunistic realignments at the political level, involving the central leadership, local party cadres, and ordinary citizens, brought "people power" into the policymaking process. That power, suggests Chen, may also presage China's constitutional evolution toward a democratic form of government."--Jacket.
Category: Political Science

Governance And Politics Of China

Author : Tony Saich
ISBN : 9781403900999
Genre : Political Science
File Size : 40.27 MB
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Over the last 20 years of the 20th century, change in China has been breathtaking. Reform has affected every facet of life and has left no policy and institution untouched. How did China move from being one of the most isolated nations to being a major international player? Written by a leading academic authority who has also lived and worked in China, this text provides a thorough introduction to these changes and to all aspects of politics and governance in post-Mao China.
Category: Political Science

Asian Survey

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ISBN : UOM:39015048640414
Genre : Asia
File Size : 45.30 MB
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Category: Asia

China Exchange News

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ISBN : WISC:89051917136
Genre : China
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Category: China

Chinese Sociology And Anthropology

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105007460137
Genre : Anthropology
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Vol. 1- includes Glossary of sociological and anthropological terms.
Category: Anthropology

Chinese Education

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ISBN : UOM:39015075074172
Genre : Education
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Category: Education