Edited book

Chinese politics


Editors
Gries Peter Hays, Rosen Stanley


Publisher
Routledge

Publication year
2010


Place of publication
New York, Oxon


Chapters
  • Introduction: political change, contestation, and pluralization in China today
  • Dilemmas of party adaptation: the CCP's strategies for survival
    Dickson Bruce J. pp.22-40
  • Legitimacy crisis in China?
    Mertha Vivienne pp.41-68
  • Society in the state: China's nondemocratic political pluralization
    Mertha Andrew pp.69-84
  • Protest leadership in rural China
  • Tenuous tolerance in China's countryside
    Wright Teresa pp.109-128
  • Do Chinese citizens want the government to do more to promote equality?
    Whyte Martin King pp.129-159
  • Chinese youth and state-society relations
    Rosen Stanley pp.160-178
  • Censorship and surveillance in Chinese cyberspace: beyond the great firewell
  • The politics of art repatriation: nationalism, state legitimation, and Beijing's looted zodiac animal heads
    Kraus Richard pp.199-221
  • Tibetans, Uyghurs, and multinational "China": Han-minority relations and state legitimation
    Mackerras Colin pp.222-242
  • A question of confidence: state legitimacy and the new urban poor
    Solinger Dorothy J. pp.243-257
  • Popular response to China's emerging welfare state
    Frazier Mark W. pp.258-274

Loan status
Available for loan

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