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|Description:||vi, 275 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction Political Science and Chinese Political Studies: The State of the Field / Sujian Guo, San Francisco State University. --
Part I: Overview of the State of the Field. Chinese Political Studies: Overview of the State of the Field / Lynn T. White III., Princeton University ; Political Culture and the Study of Chinese Politics / Peter R. Moody, Jr., University of Notre Dame ; Western Political Science Theories and the Development of Political Theories in China / Yang Guangbin and Li Miao, Remin University of China ; Western Political Research Approaches and the Development of Political Science Methodology in China / Jing Yuejin and Wang Guoqin, Tsinghua University ; Environmental Politics in China: An Issue Area in Review / Fengshi Wu, Chinese University of Hong Kong. --
Part II: Methodologies in the Chinese Political Studies. The Logic of Comparative Politics and the Development of Political Science in China / Zhong Yang, University of Tennessee ; Political Science Research on China: Making the Most of Diversity / Björn Alpermann, Universität Würzburg ; Choices for Chinese Political Science: Methodological Positivism or Methodological Pluralism? / Jon R. Taylor, University of St. Thomas ; The Perestroika Movement in American Political Science and its Lessons for Chinese Political Studies / Shelley Rigger, Davidson College. --
Part III Scientification or Indigenization of Chinese Political Studies. Reflections on Scientific Inquiry, Academic Freedom, and Enlightenment / Jeffrey C. Isaac, Indiana University ; The Dilemmas of China's Political Science in the context of the Rise of China / Baogang He, Deakin University ; Politics Against Science: Reflections on the Study of Chinese Politics in Contemporary China / Guoguang Wu, University of Victoria ; To "Fall in Line" or To "Grab": Thoughts on the Indigenization of Political Science / Shaoguang Wang, Chinese University of Hong Kong ; Let One Hundred Flowers Bloom, Let One Hundred Thoughts Contend: Political Science with Chinese Characteristics / Jon R. Taylor, University of St. Thomas.
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The excellent articles in this eye-opening volume offer the analyses of diverse but extremely well-informed scholarship on these most vital matters. This book is a must read for anyone seeking to