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Political culture and participation in rural China

Yang Zhong

Political culture and participation in rural China

by Yang Zhong

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Published by Routledge in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Political culture,
  • Peasants,
  • Case studies,
  • Local government,
  • Democratization,
  • Local elections,
  • Political participation,
  • Political activity

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementYang Zhong
    SeriesChina policy series -- 22
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJS7357.A15 Z47 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24885765M
    ISBN 109780415686587, 9780203150009
    LC Control Number2011024292

      His main research and teaching interests include comparative political theories, political culture, and participation. His most recent book is Political Culture and Participation in Rural China (Routledge, ). yongguo chen is an Associate Professor at the School of International and Public Affairs of Shanghai Jiao Tong University.   This article takes up the issue of women's political participation in village committees in China. Of interest is the decline in and continuing low level of women's political participation in village governance structures in the reform period, and particularly following the widespread introduction of competitive village elections since

    6 Enhancing Youth Political Participation throughout the Electoral Cycle, A Good Practice Guide, UNDP, December 7 Page XXXV, World Youth Report .   This article begins with a review of classic anthologies and academic book series, followed by a listing of journals that are receptive to cultural and political analysis. The next section introduces the history and vocabulary of political culture. The bibliography then moves on to topic areas.

    China's vast social, cultural and economic diversity has led to heterogeneity in the policies applied at the local and regional level. The social, cultural, and political as well as economic consequences of market reform have created tensions in Chinese society. He also is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the National Committee on US-China Relations. His research involves the comparative study of political culture and political participation in mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and other Asian societies. Erik Mueggler.


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This book, based on extensive original research including interview fieldwork in rural areas, examines the nature of political culture and participation in rural China, discussing issues such as the support, or lack of it, for democratic values; levels of political interest; the ways in which Chinese peasants Political culture and participation in rural China book with village and local officials; subjective factors that motivate them to Cited by: 3.

This book, based on extensive original research including interview fieldwork in rural areas, examines the nature of political culture and participation in rural China, discussing issues such as the support, or lack of it, for democratic values; levels of political interest; the ways in which Chinese peasants interact with village and local officials; subjective factors that motivate them to vote, (or not to vote) in.

8 Conclusion - Political Culture and Participation in Rural China [Book] 8 Conclusion Political culture involves fundamentally popular values and beliefs over political objects in a given community. Political scientists have more or less agreed on what political culture constitutes or entails.

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Get this from a library. Political culture and participation in rural China. [Yang Zhong]. This book discusses one of the most noticeable and significant transformations in China over the past three decades is the rapid and massive urbanization of the country, which has brought shifts in political culture of Chinese urbanites.

This book is a systematic and empirical study of political culture in urban China. The book covers various. This book is a systematic and empirical study of political culture in urban China.

The book covers various aspects of political culture such as political regime support, political interest, democratic values, political trust, and environmental attitudes and sub-political culture of Chinese urban Christians.

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During President Bill Clinton’s visit to China inhe made a public stop. Keyphrases. This book discusses one of the most noticeable and significant transformations in China over the past three decades is the rapid and massive urbanization of the country, which has brought shifts in political culture of Chinese urbanites.

This book is a systematic and empirical study of political culture in urban China. Wang, Zhengxu, & Dai, Weina. Women’s participation in rural China’s self-governance: Institutional, socioeconomic, and cultural factors in a Jiangsu county. The University of Nottingham China Policy Institute Discussion Paper, 69, 1– Google Scholar.

This book, based on extensive original research including interview fieldwork in rural areas, examines the nature of political culture and participation in rural China, discussing.

Get this from a library. Political participation in rural China. [John P Burns; University of California, Berkeley. Center for Chinese Studies.]. Genre/Form: Electronic books Case studies: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Zhong, Yang, Political culture and participation in rural China.

Prasenjit Duara Culture, Power, and the State: Rural North China, ‐ Stanford: Stanford University Press, Culture, Power, and the State: Rural North China, ‐ - Ruf - - PoLAR: Political and Legal Anthropology Review - Wiley Online Library.

Rural Culture is a Diversity Issue Kay Slama, Ph.D., LP ond article, to be printed in the next Minnesota Psycholo-gist, I will suggest ways in which mental health providers can modify their services to be more responsive and effec-tive with people from rural cultures, as well as policies which will help us meet this goal.

What is Rural. The topic of grass-roots participation in China has acquired special interest in light of the local economic and political reforms introduced in the post-Mao period. This paper explores some major modes of participation, issues motivating participation, and the determinants of participation.

The findings are based on interviews held in early with probability samples drawn from four. Get this from a library. Political culture and participation in urban China. [Yang Zhong] -- This book discusses one of the most noticeable and significant transformations in China over the past three decades is the rapid and massive urbanization of the country, which has brought shifts in.

Utilising extensive field research and data collected from surveys across rural China, the book provides an in-depth exploration of how rural governance in China has been transformed following two major tax reforms: the tax-for-fee reform ofand the abolition of agricultural taxes (AAT) in In a multidimensional analysis which Author: An Chen.

This book challenges the widely held belief that Hong Kong's political culture is one of indifference. The term "political indifference" is used to suggest the apathy, naivete, passivity, and utilitarianism of Hong Kong's people toward political life.

Taking a broad historical look at political participation in the former colony, Wai-man Lam argues that this is not a valid view and.Political culture is an established and seemingly inescapable concept, but it has a deeply problematic standing in political science.

While it is obvious that the cultural background has an influence on political life—whether it be in a country, a region, or for that matter an institution or a firm—what exactly this background consists of and how it has its influence is inadequately.16 Surveying written channels of peasant participation in the commune era, John Burns, Political Participation in Rural China, (pp.) concluded: “petitioning was not well developed or widely used by the peasants,” and “probably few peasants chose to participate in politics by writing to authorities.” More recently, Thomas P.