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How the Communist Party of China Manages the Issue of Nationality : an Evolving Topic

Author: Shiyuan Hao
Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg : Imprint : Springer, 2016.
Series: China academic library
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : 1st ed. 2016View all editions and formats
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This book introduces the background of China's issue of nationality from the very beginning. Throughout the country's history, all the nationalities that lived and prospered on Chinese land created a pattern of cultural diversity within national unity through their interaction and integration. The formation of this pattern is due not only to the geographical fact that China covers a broad expanse on the Asian  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Printed edition:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Shiyuan Hao
ISBN: 9783662484623 3662484625 3662484609 9783662484609
OCLC Number: 932170868
Description: 1 online resource (x, 329 pages) : online resource.
Contents: Acknowledgements; Contents; Chapter 1: Introduction; References; Chapter 2: Taking into Perspective the Historical Conditions in China and Building a United Multi-nationality Country; 2.1 The People of the Five Directions Create a Multi-nationality Country; 2.1.1 Chinese Civilization Is Rooted in Multiple Sources and Many Currents; 2.1.2 "Categorize the Clans and Make Distinctions among Things", and "the People of the Five Directions"; 2.1.3 "Unite All the Lands under Heaven", "Rule According to Local Customs", and "Harmony without Removing Distinctions." 2.1.4 All the Nationalities Together Building a United Country2.2 The "Racial Revolution", "Republic of the Five Nationalities", and Construction of a "State Nation"; 2.2.1 China "Watches the World with Its Eyes Open"; 2.2.2 Nationality and Race-Nationalism; 2.2.3 The Revolution of 1911 and the Republic of "the Five Nationalities"; 2.2.4 Joint-Provinces Autonomy and a Federal State; 2.2.5 Building "a State Nation" in "a Melting Pot"; 2.3 The Chinese Nation and a United Multi-nationality Country, National Self-determination, Autonomy and Building a Federal Country. 2.3.1 National Self-determination, Autonomy and a Federal Government2.3.2 "The Clan and State Nation" as Described in the Three People's Principles, Namely Democracy, Nationalism and People's Livelihood; 2.3.3 Self-determination and Self-rule of Minority Nationalities; 2.3.4 The Liberation of Minority Nationalities Was an Integral of the Chinese Revolution; 2.3.5 Frontier Crisis and the Broadest Possible National United Front; 2.3.6 The Term Chinese Nation Is a General Term Encompassing All of China's Nationalities. 2.3.7 Establishing a United People's Republic and Exercising Regional National AutonomyReferences; Chapter 3: Practicing the Principle of Nationality Equality and Exercising Regional National Autonomy; 3.1 Identifying Nationalities and Carrying out Democratic Reform; 3.1.1 The Large Family of the Chinese Nation; 3.1.2 Peaceful Liberation and Democratic Reform; 3.1.3 The United Front and the Upper Class of Minority Nationalities; 3.1.4 Training a Cohort of Minority Nationality Cadres; 3.2 Nationality Policy and Equal Rights for Minority Nationalities; 3.2.1 Political Equality. 3.2.2 Economic Development3.2.3 Cultural Prosperity; 3.2.4 Social Security; 3.2.5 Opposing Two Kinds of Nationalism; 3.3 Comprehensively Exercising the System of Regional Autonomy; 3.3.1 Why Did the CPC Give up the Federal System?; 3.3.2 How Did China Exercise Regional National Autonomy?; 3.3.3 The System of Regional National Autonomy Is an Unprecedented New Creation; References; Chapter 4: Developing the Western Region in the Primary Stage of Socialism; 4.1 Exploring Nationality Affairs and Its Major Setbacks; 4.1.1 Understanding the General Challenge for the Chinese Society.
Series Title: China academic library
Responsibility: by Shiyuan Hao.

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This book introduces the background of China's issue of nationality from the very beginning. Throughout the country's history, all the nationalities that lived and prospered on Chinese land created a pattern of cultural diversity within national unity through their interaction and integration. The formation of this pattern is due not only to the geographical fact that China covers a broad expanse on the Asian continent but also to the historical fact that it is home to disparate and ancient human heritages, and to culturally diverse historical sources. The book's five chapters explain the evolution of the CPC's policy towards nationalities. At the time of the PRC's founding, the Common Program (in essence an interim Constitution) passed by the Chinese People's Political Consultative Congress (which was composed of people from all sectors of society and all of China's nationalities) not only declared that people of all China's nationalities had equal rights, but also stipulated that: regional national autonomy would be practiced in all areas where minority nationalities were concentrated; that all nationalities had the right to develop their native languages and culture and to maintain or reform their customs and religious beliefs; and also mandated that people's governments support the development of minority nati onalities in the areas of politics, the economy, culture and education. In the final section, the book demonstrates that the subject of how the CPC addresses nationality-related issues is a dynamic one that encompasses the past, present and future, and is simultaneously an answer, a process and a question.

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