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Politics In China: Moving Frontiers

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Faced with the usual list of paradoxes that plague our views of China: it is a communist regime with a capitalist economy; an authoritarian state with an entrepreneurial spirit; a unified nation with tendencies toward fragmentation, the contributions to this volume work to go beyond them and to seek new paths to understanding China. To do so, the essays avoid the conventional approaches toward Chinese politics that focus on either evolutionist (culturally bound) or functionalist (role bound) issues. Rather than separate state from society, these essays explore how the interweaving of these different spheres creates a hazy border between them. The contributors explore the moving frontiers between other spheres as well, such as rural and urban populations, internal evolution and external influence, and money and politics. This book does not aim to offer a new framework of analysis for understanding Chinese politics, but to open up new directions for research and study on the topic. The internationally diverse scholars in this volume offer readers an intriguing look at the present and future of China research.
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hal-03416715 , version 1 (05-11-2021)

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Françoise Mengin, Jean-Louis Rocca. Politics In China: Moving Frontiers. Françoise Mengin; Jean-Louis Rocca. Palgrave Macmillan, pp.261, 2002, The Sciences Po - CERI Series in International Relations and Political Economy, 9781349635870. ⟨hal-03416715⟩
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