Edited book

Associations and the Chinese state: contested spaces


Editors
Unger Jonathan


Publisher
An East Gate Book

Publication year
2008


Place of publication
New York


Chapters
  • Introduction: Chinese associations, civil society, and state corporatism: diputed terrain
    Unger Jonathan pp.1-13
  • Civil society in a transitional state: the rise of associations in China
    Watson Andrew pp.14-47
  • Associations in a bind: the emergence of political corporatism
  • China's trade unions in corporatist transition
    Chan Anita pp.69-85
  • Embedded within state agencies: business associations in Yantai
    Foster Kenneth W. pp.86-116
  • The strange marriage between the state and private business in Beijing
    Unger Jonathan pp.117-148
  • The price of competition: the failed government effort to use associations to organize China's market economy
    Kennedy Scott pp.149-174
  • Airing dirty laundry in public: anti-domestic violence activism in Beijing
    Keech-Marx Samantha pp.175-199
  • Civil society and the anatomy of a rural NGO
    Zhang Xin, Baum Richard pp.200-215
  • Democratizing the neighborhood? New private housing and homeowner associations' self-organization in urban CHina
    Read Benjamin L. pp.216-252

Loan status
Available for loan

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