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Conditional democracy : the contemporary debate on political reform in Chinese universities

Author: Emilie Frenkiel
Publisher: Colchester, United Kingdom : ECPR Press, 2015.
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Little is known about the political views of non-dissident Chinese intellectuals. For this book, Émilie Frenkiel has been granted unprecedented access to the discussions of politically committed Chinese who have been part of the intellectual debate on post-Tiananmen reform. Her in-depth research elicits lively views that reflect the yearnings and fears of the country's political elite, and reveal the diversity of  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Emilie Frenkiel
ISBN: 9781907301698 1907301690
OCLC Number: 907304864
Notes: Based on the author's doctoral thesis originally submitted in 2012.
Description: 269 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Selective Timeline of Major Historical Events vii Acknowledgements xi Introduction 1 Chapter One: Horses in a Pen? The Situation of Chinese Academics 13 Chapter Two: Two Generations of Committed Scholars 47 Chapter Three: Ideas --
A Market or a Battle? 77 Chapter Four: Assessment of the Reforms and Reawakening of the Intelligentsia 115 Chapter Five: Which Model of Democratisation is Best for China? The Debate 149 Chapter Six: Democratisation with Chinese Characteristics? 177 Chapter Seven: Conclusion 213 Appendices 219 Bibliography 241 Glossary 253 Index.
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Little is known about the political views of non-dissident Chinese intellectuals. For this book, Émilie Frenkiel has been granted unprecedented access to the discussions of politically committed Chinese who have been part of the intellectual debate on post-Tiananmen reform. Her in-depth research elicits lively views that reflect the yearnings and fears of the country's political elite, and reveal the diversity of approaches to China's democratisation.--

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