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China's authoritarian path to development : is democratization possible?

Author: Liang Tang
Publisher: London : Routledge, 2017.
Series: China policy series.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This book examines the various stages of Chiná';s development, in the economic, social, and political fields, relating theories and models of development to what is actually occurring in China, and discussing how Chiná';s development is likely to progress going forward. It argues that Chiná';s modernization hitherto can be characterized as "authoritarian development" ́-- a fusion of mixed economic institutions  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Liang Tang
ISBN: 9781317704133 1317704134 9781315780986 1315780984
OCLC Number: 990299172
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Introduction: Preconditions and Patterns of Democratization: A Theoretical Framework for Political Changes in China1. Chinese Model of Modernization under One-Party Rule2. Evolution of China's Political Institutions3. China's Developmental Strategy under Authoritarianism4. Political Reform from the Above5. Media Reform, Information Transparency and the Transmutation of Authoritarian System6. Rise of the Middle Class and Development of Civil Society7. Rights Protection in the Low-Tide Period of Democracy MovementConclusion: Authoritarian Developmentalism and China's Democratic Future
Series Title: China policy series.
Responsibility: Liang Tang.

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"This book examines the various stages of Chiná';s development, in the economic, social, and political fields, relating theories and models of development to what is actually occurring in China, and discussing how Chiná';s development is likely to progress going forward. It argues that Chiná';s modernization hitherto can be characterized as "authoritarian development" ́-- a fusion of mixed economic institutions of varying types of ownership with social stability and political cohesiveness ́-- and that the present phase, where more emphasis is being given to social issues, is likely to lead on to a new phase where a more mature civil society and a more extensive middle class are likely to look for greater democratization. It presents an in-depth analysis of Chiná';s changing social structure and civil society, explores the forces for and processes of democratization, and assesses the prospects for further democratization in the light of changing social structures."--Provided by publisher.

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