Last edited by Voodoogore
Friday, May 15, 2020 | History

4 edition of Chinese Political Culture, 1989-2000 (Studies on Contemporary China) found in the catalog.

Chinese Political Culture, 1989-2000 (Studies on Contemporary China)

  • 88 Want to read
  • 11 Currently reading

Published by East Gate Book .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cultural studies,
  • POLITICS & GOVERNMENT,
  • Political Science,
  • Political culture,
  • Politics - Current Events,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • International Relations - General,
  • Politics/International Relations,
  • China,
  • Government - Comparative,
  • Government (non-U.S.)

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsAndrew J. Nathan (Foreword), Shiping Hua (Editor), Roger Ames (Editor), Yu-Tzung Chang (Editor), Godwin Chu (Editor), Yun-Han Chu (Editor), Edward Friedman (Editor), Huixin Ke (Editor), Cheng Li (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages370
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8054554M
    ISBN 100765605651
    ISBN 109780765605658

    “The Deradicalization of Chinese Socialism.” Marxism and. Capitalism in the People’s Republic of China. Ed. Peter Cheng. New York: University Press of America: , Misra, Kalpana. “Curing the Sickness and Saving the Party: Neo-Maoism and Neo-Conservatism in the s.” Chinese Political Culture: Ed. Shiping Hua. Chinese Information Warfare: A Phantom Menace or Emerging Threat? Carlisle: Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College Commandant (AWCC-DSI/Publications), The Chinese journal of international politics. Oxford, England: Oxford University Press, Chinese political culture, (ed. Hua, Shiping). Studies on Contemporary.

    In support of social control theory, past findings have suggested that youths' adherence to Chinese culture, intergenerational harmony, attachment to school, and integration with society can predict their delinquency (Wong, ; Wong, ; Zhang & Messner, ).   A History of American-Educated Chinese Students (review) Liu, Alan P. L. Reviews power transitions make this reviewer a little uneasy, there is wide consensus that China is an emerging power and that the United States will do well not to ignore this fact. The author offers his opinion on a wide variety of international.

    "China's rise" can be seen as a quintessentially political process—through which the ruling Communist Party has sought to shore up its legitimacy after the Cultural Revolution irreversibly changed the nation and caused three crises of ideological belief, faith in the CPC, and confidence in the future. The Chinese. By Jasper Becker. Thomas P. Bernstein Challenging the Mandate of Heaven: Social Protest and State Power in China. By Elizabeth J. Perry. Dingxin Zhao Chinese Political Culture, Edited by Shiping Hua. Bruce J. Dickson Alternate Civilities: Democracy and Culture in China and Taiwan. By Robert P. Weller. Thomas.


Share this book
You might also like
The extra wife

The extra wife

Bath Time

Bath Time

A tale of dough gods, bear grease, cantaloupe, and sucker oil

A tale of dough gods, bear grease, cantaloupe, and sucker oil

Annual report

Annual report

Some unresolved problems concerning the cochlear nerve

Some unresolved problems concerning the cochlear nerve

Ottoline

Ottoline

American pit bull terrier

American pit bull terrier

Sold To The Sheikh

Sold To The Sheikh

Snowman

Snowman

Death for a Christian

Death for a Christian

Handy play party book

Handy play party book

Nitrate sampling procedure.

Nitrate sampling procedure.

Further education outside the polytechnics

Further education outside the polytechnics

Soviet space science.

Soviet space science.

Chinese Political Culture, 1989-2000 (Studies on Contemporary China) Download PDF EPUB FB2

Chinese Political Culture, (Studies on Contemporary China) 1st Edition by Shiping Hua (Editor), Andrew J. Nathan (Foreword) ISBN ISBN X.

Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Format: Paperback.

Chinese political culture, [Shiping Hua;] "An east gate book." Description: Introduction: some paradigmatic issues in the study of Chinese political culture / Shiping Hua --Sage, teacher, businessman: Confucius as a model male / Kam Louie --The changing concept of zhong.

The antipolitical tendency in contemporary Chinese political thinking / Peter Moody --Political culture as social construction of reality: a case study of Hong Kong's images in mainland China / Jonathan Jian-Hua Zhu and Huixin Ke --Diversification of Chinese entrepreneurs and cultural pluralism in the reform era 1989-2000 book Cheng Li --Provincial.

Chinese Political Culture: by Shiping Hua Article in Pacific Affairs 75(4) January with 63 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Shiping Hua has 16 books on Goodreads with 40 ratings. Shiping Hua’s most popular book is Chinese Political Culture.

The China model: political meritocracy and the limits of democracy / by: Bell, Daniel Published: () Chinese political culture, / Published: () The everlasting empire: the political culture of ancient China and its imperial legacy / by: Pines, Yuri.

“The Antipolitical Tendency in Contemporary Chinese Political Thinking, in Chinese Political Culture,edited by Shiping Hua (Armonk, ), pp. "Some Problems in Taiwan's Democratic Consolidation," in Assessing the Lee Teng-hui Legacy in Taiwan's Politics, edited by Bruce J.

Dickson and Chien-min Chao (Armonk, ), pp. Chinese political culture always provides the foundation on which contemporary Chinese political culture can rest. Kam Louie examines the role system and consequently more favourable investment conditions. Reference CHINESE POLITICAL CULTURE: Edited by Shiping Hua.

Recovery in the s Restoring economic stability and growth. The inflation trends of the years leading up to the Tiananmen Square protests of had subsided by the early s, as Jiang Zemin and the new generation of leadership attempted to calm any economic influx. Political institutions have stabilized, owing to the institutionalized procedures of the Deng years and a generational.

Chinese attitudes towards their traditional civilization have reflected the shifting political agendas of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. In the early twentieth century, some intellectuals identified Confucianism as a major barrier to the creation of individuals who could participate in building modernity.

In the words of the short story writer. Notes 1 ­ See Roger T. Ames, "New Confucians: A Native Response to Western Philosophy," in Shiping Hua, ed., Chinese Political Culture, ­, East Gate Book (Armonk, NY: M.

Sharpe, ), pp. 70­99, for a description of the debate about the appropriateness of the New Confucian use of the notion of transcendence. 2 ­ Li Zehou and. 'Contemporary Chinese Politics has made a great contribution to the field by presenting the reader with the latest research findings in terms of methods of data collection, processing, and analyzing.

This book offers a lucid survey of the complicated history of U.S.-Chinese relations. After two brief chapters of historical background, the focus shifts to the mid-twentieth century, the wartime alliance, the bitter aftermath of China’s civil war, and the path from normalization of relations to the present day.

CHINESE POLITICAL CULTURE: Edited by Shiping Hua, foreword by AndrewJ. Nathan. Armonk (New York), London (England): M.E. Sharpe. xv, pp. (Tables, graphs.) US$, cloth, ISBN ; US$, paper ISBN X. The eclectic content of this book relates to political culture in ways that. Chinese political science has demonstrated remarkable achievements both in quantity and quality over the past three decades, largely attributable to the reform and transformation of Chinese.

Conclusion. We have devoted the previous pages to illustrate our point that the theory and practice of China’s language policy in the past half-century must be viewed in the context of changing perceptions of tradition, modernization, state-building, and by: “The Antipolitical Tendency in Contemporary Chinese Political Thinking, in Chinese Political Culture,edited by Shiping Hua (Armonk, ), pp.

"Some Problems in Taiwan's Democratic Consolidation," in Assessing the Lee Teng-hui Legacy in Taiwan's Politics, edited by Bruce J. Dickson and Chien-min Chao (Armonk, ), pp. Edward Friedman, “Still Building the Nation: The Causes and Consequences of China’s Patriotic Fervor,” in Chinese Political Culture –, ed.

Shiping Hua Author: Kingsley Edney. "The best book to date on how Chinese foreign and security policy is made This is an informative and useful book. Lampton's introductory chapter could fruitfully be read by anyone interested in contemporary international relations or foreign policy making/5(2).

Chinese Civilizational Norms in the Twenty-first Century Confucius as a Model Male,” in Chinese Political Culture,ed. Shiping Hua (Armonk, N.Y.: M. Sharpe, ), pp.

The book that she published on this subject was a major bestseller, even though some Confucian specialists attacked her “vulgarization” of the. 9) Political Civilization and Modernization in China, eds.

with Yang Zhong (Singapore: World Scientific Press, ), pages. 10) Chinese Political Culture (), ed. (Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, ), pages. Books in Chinese: 1)The Political Operating Mechanism and the Legislative Issues in .Buy The Tiananmen Papers by Professor Andrew J Nathan, Perry Link, Orville Schell online at Alibris.

This is a former library book with library stickers and stamps. % of this purchase will support literacy programs through a nonprofit organization! Chinese Political Culture: Starting at $This is a list of political campaigns of the Communist Party of China since the founding of the party in An ideological rectification campaign that took place at the Communist Party base in Yan'an, following completion of the Long March.

Through the campaign, Mao consolidated his role as the Communist Party's paramount leader, and.