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State-Society Relations and Confucian Revivalism in Contemporary China


State-Society Relations and Confucian Revivalism in Contemporary China



von: Qin Pang

118,99 €

Verlag: Palgrave Macmillan
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 25.05.2018
ISBN/EAN: 9789811083129
Sprache: englisch

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This book is a study of the causes of the Confucian revival and the party-state’s response in China today. It concentrates on the interactions between state and society, and the implications for the Chinese state’s control over society, or in other words, its survival over a rapidly modernizing society. The book explores the answers to questions such as: Why has Confucianism suddenly gathered great momentum in contemporary Chinese society? What is the role of the Chinese state in its rise? Is the state really the orchestrator of the Confucian revival as has been widely assumed? This book will be of interest to think-tank and policy researchers, sinologists, and those with an interest in Chinese society.
1. Introduction2. China's Mutually Empowering State and Society Relations3. The Chinese State's Decentralized Response Towards the Confucian Revival and Its Institutional Base4. The Confucian Revival among Intellectuals and the State Responses5. Confucianism with Consent: The Revival of "Confucian Entrepreneur" and the Chinese State's Responses6. Attenuation, Appropriation, and Adaptation: The Confucian Revival Among the Urban Middle Class and the Chinese State's Responses7. Conclusions
Qin Pang is an associate Professor in Sun Yat-Sen University, Guangzhou, PRC. Her works have been widely published in Journal of Contemporary Asia, China: An International Journal, World Economy and Politics, and Contemporary Asia-Pacific.  
This book is a study of the causes of the Confucian revival and the party-state’s response in China today. It concentrates on the interactions between state and society, and the implications for the Chinese state’s control over society, or in other words, its survival over a rapidly modernizing society. The book explores the answers to questions such as: Why has Confucianism suddenly gathered great momentum in contemporary Chinese society? What is the role of the Chinese state in its rise? Is the state really the orchestrator of the Confucian revival as has been widely assumed? This book will be of interest to think-tank and policy researchers, sinologists, and those with an interest in Chinese society.Qin Pang is an associate Professor in Sun Yat-Sen University, Guangzhou, China. Her works have been widely published in Journal of Contemporary Asia, China: An International Journal, World Economy and Politics, and Contemporary Asia-Pacific. 
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