Political rights in post-Mao China / Merle Goldman
Ann Arbor, MI : Association for Asian Studies, c2007
1 vol. (76 p.) ; 23 cm
(Key issues in Asian studies ; no. 2 (Resources for teaching about Asia)
Notes bibliogr..
The historical roots of an active citizenry. The development of citizenship in an expanding "public space". An emergent civil society. The role of China's emerging middle class in political change. The critical intellectuals in the establishment challenge the party. The neo-Maoists. Neoconservatives and nationalists. The new left. The liberals. Disestablished intellectuals : the cultural revolution and 1989. Tiananmen generations. Expanding citizen participation. Developing workers' citizenship. Expanding farmer citizenship. The right of religious belief : the Falungong. A redefinition of Chinese citizenship at the beginning of the twenty-first century.
Goldman, Merle -- Auteur
Political rights -- China
China -- Politics and government -- 1976-2002

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