Associations and the Chinese state

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M.E. Sharpe , Armonk, N.Y
Associations, institutions, etc. -- China, Civil society --
Statementedited by Jonathan Unger.
SeriesContemporary China books/Australian National University
ContributionsUnger, Jonathan.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHS81.C5 A87 2008
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16523272M
ISBN 139780765613257
LC Control Number2008006672

What role do Chinese popular associations play in the expansion of civil society and democratization. Under Mao few associations were permitted to exist, while today overassociations are officially recognized. Are they important foundations of civil society, or vehicles for state Author: Jonathan Unger.

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What role do Chinese popular associations play in the expansion of civil society and democratization. Under Mao few associations were permitted to exist, while today overassociations are officially recognized. Are they important foundations of civil society, or vehicles for state.

By comparison, under Mao or even during the early years of Deng Xiaoping’s rule, few associations existed beyond the so-called mass organizations that are officially extensions of the Party-state, such as the Communist Youth League, the All-China Women’s Author: Jonathan Unger.

Associations and the Chinese State: Contested Spaces. DOI link for Associations and the Chinese State: Contested Spaces. Associations and the Chinese State: Contested Spaces book. Associations and the Chinese state book Spaces.

By Jonathan Unger. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 18 December Pub. location New York. Imprint Routledge Cited by: Get this from a library. Associations and the Chinese state: contested spaces. [Jonathan Unger;] -- What role do Chinese popular associations play in the expansion of civil society and democritization.

In this book leading China specialists examine an interesting range of associations and provide.

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Series: Contemporary China books Contemporary China books. ^A Contents: Civil society in a transitional state: the rise of associations in China / Andrew Watson -- Associations in a bind: the emergence of political corporatism / Jonathan Unger and Anita Chan -- China's trade unions in corporatist transition / Anita Chan -- Embedded within state agencies: business associations in.

Civil society in a transitional state: the rise of associations in China / Andrew Watson --Associations in a bind: the emergence of political corporatism / Jonathan Unger and Anita Chan --China's trade unions in corporatist transition / Anita Chan --Embedded within state agencies: business associations in Yantai / Kenneth W.

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Chinese Associations, Civil Society, and State Corporatism: Disputed Terrain ONE. Civil Society in a Transitional State: The Rise of Associations in China TWO. Associations in a Bind: The Emergence of Political Corporatism THREE.

Associations and the Chinese state book Trade Unions in Corporatist Transition FOUR. Embedded within State Agencies: Business Associations in Yantai FIVE. The Modern Chinese State is the first book to examine systematically the evolution of the Chinese state from the late Ming Dynasty of the 17th century, through the Nationalist and Communist party states of the 20th century, and into the 21st century.

Leading scholars on modern China carefully assess the internal organization of the Chinese. 1 Jonathan Unger (ed.), Associations and the Chinese State: Contested Spaces, Armonk-London, ME Sharpe,ix + pp. 2 The study of associational life in China has been squarely on the scholarly agenda since the early s.

The contributions to this new volume, edited by Jonathan Unger, reflect the increasing diversity in Chinese associational forms and in the conceptual lenses being. J OF CHIN POLIT SCI () – DOI /s BOOK REVIEW Jonathan Unger, ed. Associations and the Chinese State: Contested Spaces (Armonk, New York, and London, England: M.E.

Sharpe, ), p. $ Hardback; $ Paperback Zhidong Hao Published online: 9 February Journal of Chinese Political Science/Association of Chinese. The Making of the Chinese State book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Leo Shin traces the roots of China's modern ethnic c /5(2).

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It provides a detailed assessment of the key facets of Chinese power today, including GDP, growth, multinationals, and technological and scientific innovation. Chinese associations in Singapore are among the most numerous and heterogenous group of associations of any Chinese community in Southeast Asia.

Inover a third of the more than one thousand Chinese associations in Singapore were clan, district, and dialect associations(see Table 1). From Chinese medicine and the martial arts to communal temple cults and revivalist redemptive societies, the authors demonstrate that from the nineteenth century onward, as the Chinese state shifted, the religious landscape consistently resurfaced in a bewildering variety of old and new forms.

The book goes on to chart the differences in how the state behaves locally and centrally, and finally discusses the future direction of the corporatist state. Drawing on a range of sources from recent fieldwork and the latest data, this timely collection will appeal to students and scholars working in the fields of Chinese politics, Chinese.

Jonathan Unger, “Chinese Associations, Civil Society, and State Corporatism: Disputed Terrain”, in Jonathan Unger (ed.), Associations and the Chinese State. Examining trends such as the reliance on religious charities originating from outside the PRC, the revival of local governance in urban settings, the passing of legislation for workers, or the multiplication of environmental non-governmental organizations, this book tackles the question of whether the Chinese government can overcome these.

association translate: 团体, 协会;社团;联盟, 关联, 联系;关系;关联, 联想. Learn more in the Cambridge English-Chinese simplified Dictionary. association translate: 團體, 協會;社團;聯盟, 關聯, 聯繫;關係;關聯, 聯想. Learn more in the Cambridge English-Chinese traditional Dictionary. The Vatican Secretary of State Cardinal Pietro Parolin has said that the goal of the agreement is “unity of the Church” in China.

Catholics had been divided for decades between the government-approved Chinese Patriotic Association and illegal underground Catholic communities that remained in communion with Rome. Chinese military texts have existed ever since Chinese civilization was founded.

China's armies have long benefited from this rich strategic tradition, influenced by texts such as Sun Tzu's The Art of War, that have deeply influenced military thought. Although traditional Chinese Confucian philosophy favoured peaceful political solutions and showed contempt for brute military force, the.

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) Full Text: China's Political Party System. White Paper of The Information Office of the State Council of China.From –, China underwent a period of acute political struggle and cultural change, brought on by a radical change in thought: after over 2, years of monarchical rule, the Chinese people stopped believing in the emperor.

These forty years saw the collapse of Confucian political orthodoxy and the struggle among competing definitions of modern citizenship and the state.Li, Minghuan.

“We Need Two Worlds”: Chinese Immigrant Associations in aWestern Society. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, Although this book is about the Netherlands, it provides useful insights into the workings of Chinese associations, which have broad similarities in cities around the world.

Liu, Haiming.