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Civil society in China

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Published by M.E. Sharpe in Armonk, N.Y .
Written in English

    Places:
  • China,
  • China.
    • Subjects:
    • Civil society -- China.,
    • Democracy -- China.,
    • Associations, institutions, etc. -- China.,
    • China -- Politics and government -- 1976-2002.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementedited by Timothy Brook and B. Michael Frolic.
      SeriesStudies on contemporary China
      ContributionsBrook, Timothy, 1951-, Frolic, B. Michael, 1937-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsJQ1516 .C58 1997
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 244 p. ;
      Number of Pages244
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL670652M
      ISBN 100765600919, 0765600927
      LC Control Number97016586

      The idea of civil society has long been central to the Western liberal-democratic tradition, where it has been seen as a crucial site for the development and pursuit of basic liberal values such as individual freedom, social pluralism, and democratic citizenship. This book considers how a host of other ethical traditions define civil society. In other words, what elsewhere came to be known as civil society was shut down completely in China, at least until after the death of Mao Zedong in The only groups allowed to function were.

      The concept of "civil society" was borrowed from 18th-century Europe to provide a framework for understanding the transition to post-authoritarian regimes in . Professor Karla SimonChair, International Center for Civil Society LawAffiliated Scholar, NYU U.S.-Asia Law Institute Professor Karla Simon will be giving a book talk about her highly acclaimed book Civil Society in China at the Harvard Kennedy School. The book was awarded the number three spot on the list of Ten Best Humanitarian Books for by the Humanitarian Times.

      Book Description. The Fight for China’s Future throws light on the quintessence of 21st century Chinese politics through the prism of the struggle between the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and China’s vibrant intelligentsia and civil society.. This book examines Xi Jinping’s hour, multi-dimensional, AI-enabled police-state apparatus and explores the CCP’s policy towards civil society. Complexity, Security and Civil Society in East Asia offers the latest understanding of complex global problems in the region, including nuclear weapons, urban insecurity, energy, and climate change. Detailed case studies of China, North and South Korea, and Japan demonstrate the importance of civil society and ‘civic diplomacy’ in reaching shared solutions to these problems in East Asia Author: Peter Hayes, Kiho Yi.


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This article reviews the development of civil society in China since the start of economic reforms in the late s. It examines the key constraints and opportunities shaping the past and future development of civil society and argues that market reforms, subsequent socioeconomic changes, and technological and political factors have shaped the trajectory of civil society since Cited by: 3.

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Book Description. The concept of 'civil society' has often been used as a devise for differentiating China from other cultures. Though sometimes portrayed as a growing phenomenon, Chinese civil society is frequently said to be non-existent. Since coming to power inXi Jinping has overseen a Civil society in China book crackdown on civil society.

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This is the definitive book on the legal and fiscal framework for civil society organizations (CSOs) in China from earliest times to the present day. Civil Society. Civil Society in China sums up this rather complex journey through Chinese legal, social, and political history by assessing the ways in which social, economic, and legal system reforms in today's China are bound to have an impact on civil society.

The changes that have occurred in China's civil society since the late 's and, most Manufacturer: Oxford University Press. "China has become the mega enigma of the global economy. Using a new model of 'consultative authoritarianism', Jessica Teets shows us how Chinese rulers and civil society organizations mutually learn from one another through their interactions, so that domestic institutions become more adaptive and less fragile over by: (National Archives) A new book makes the case.

I f civil society is dead — and evidence of its decay abounds, from the derelict exurban brownstones that were once home to orphanages and Author: John Hirschauer. The concept of "civil society" was borrowed from eighteenth-century Europe to provide a framework for understanding the transition to post-authoritarian regimes in Latin America and postcommunist regimes elsewhere.

In China, the Democracy Movement forced the concept onto the intellectual agenda during the struggle to come to terms with the growth of dissent and the failure of student activism.

While the concept of civil society is an abstract notion covering a wide variety of social dynamics, the crucial measure of its presence in any nation is the ability of. The Fight for China’s Future throws light on the quintessence of 21st century Chinese politics through the prism of the struggle between the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and China’s vibrant intelligentsia and civil society.

This book examines Xi Jinping’s hour, multi-dimensional, AI-enabled police-state apparatus and explores the CCP’s policy towards civil : Willy Wo-Lap Lam. This is the definitive book on the legal and fiscal framework for civil society organizations (CSOs) in China from earliest times to the present day.

Civil Society in China traces the ways in which laws and regulations have shaped civil society over the 5, years of China's history and looks at ways in which social and economic history have affected the legal changes that have occurred over. Civil society organizations that have been operating relatively longer than others in China jumped in to help, mostly through programs they run themselves rather than grants, given the way most of them are their efforts were impressive, the president of China Global Philanthropy Institute (CGPI), Zhengyao Wang, argued that there is room to improve coordination between the.

New laws governing civil society in China are a case in point. During its meetings in Marchthe National People’s Congress passed a new Charity Law that will go into effect on September 1, and govern all charity organizations in China. This book looks at legal and fiscal framework for civil society organizations (CSOs) in China from earliest times to the present day.

It traces the ways in which laws and regulations have shaped civil society over the 5, years of China's history, and looks at ways in which social and economic history have affected the legal changes that have occurred over the millennia.

The author successfully supported her thesis that China's social and economic histories have affected the legal changes related to China's civil society. Not only is this book a must-read for those scholars who study China's civil society, but it should also be an assigned text for graduate students and policymakers who want to understand the Format: Hardcover.

Offering an analysis of Chinese civil society in the context of modernization, social and economic liberalization, and international civil society promotion, this book will be useful to students and scholars of Chinese Studies and Taiwan Studies, as well Author: Taru Salmenkari.

Simon’s scholarly interests include comparative civil society law, with focus principally on China. She has authored over 10 books and book chapters, most focusing on legal issues affecting civil society. Her new book is titled Civil Society in China: A Legal Analysis from Ancient Times to the “New Reform Era” (Oxford University Press, ).

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Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your patience. Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help Auto Suggestions are available once you type at least 3 letters. Reviews "China's Catholics is both highly informative and a pleasure to read.

Madsen's supple prose acts as a zoom lens: at one moment it places us in the center of daily Chinese life, hearing the sounds and smelling the scents; in the next it pulls us smoothly back, into the sophisticated discussion of social structure, theological controversy, or the prospects for 'civil society' in China.In the past two decades, “civil society” has become a central organizing concept in the social sciences.

Occupying the middle ground between the state and private life, the civil sphere encompasses everything from associations to protests to church groups to nongovernmental organizations. Interest in the topic exploded with the decline of statism in the s and s, and many of our.