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21、Socialist transformation of the Chinese countryside, 1949-1956

22、Peasantry and socialism in China today 1988

摘要:從書:International studies in planning seminars. 1 audiocassette (92 min.) : analog, mono Shue argues that the maintenance of peasant structure during Maoism in the 60's and 70's ensured stability of peasant beliefs, values, and culture. Afterwards, socialism was unable to alter this culture.
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23、The fate of the commune

24、(A sketch for a model) of entrepreneurial arenas in China's rural counties : Wuxi and Shulu in the 1970' 1982

25、Legitimacy crisis in China

26、State sprawl : the regulatory state and social life in a small Chinese city 1995

27、Transforming China's peasant villages : rural political and economic organization, 1949-1956 1975

28、Paying for progress in China : public finance, human welfare and changing patterns of inequality 2007

摘要:從書:Routledge contemporary China series, 21. 1 online resource (xii, 195 pages) : illustrations.
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29、Peasant China in transition : the dynamics of development towards socialism, 1949-1956 1980

30、Book Review: Revolutionizing the Family: Politics, Love, and Divorce in Urban and Rural China, 1949-1968

31、Peasant localism and the Chinese state : a center-periphery approach to the evolution of Chinese socialism 1981

32、Paying for progress : Public finance, human welfare and inequality in China 2007

33、The reach of the state : sketches of the Chinese body politic

34、To govern China : evolving practices of power 2017

摘要:xi, 321 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm This thought-provoking reappraisal of China's political system and its inner workings combines cutting-edge research by an international, inter-disciplinary panel of senior specialists with a penetrating critique of the currently reigning 'authoritarian resilience' paradigm. To Govern China proposes a fresh general approach to studies of political change in non-democratic settings.  再讀一些...
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35、The violence of liberation: gender and Tibetan Buddhist revival in post-Mao China - By Charlene E. Makley Book review

36、Tibetan Environmentalists in China: The King of Dzi , by Liu Jianqiang. Translated by Ian Rowan, Cyrus K. Hui, and Emily T. Yeh. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2015. v+327 pp. US$100.00/£70.00 (cloth), US$99.99/£70.00 (eBook)

37、Review of Buddhism and Law: An Introduction

38、Buddhist Law in Early Tibet: The Emergence of an Ideology

39、Pupillage: The Shaping of a Professional Elite

40、Law and Religion in Historic Tibet

摘要:Buddhism provided legitimating ideas for political authority in Tibet from at least the eleventh century.1 The Ganden Potrang government of the Dalai Lamas, which administered central Tibet from the mid-seventeenth to the mid-twentieth centuries, explicitly promoted a concept of harmony between the religious and the political. However, what place did law occupy within this ideological scheme, and what were the practical links between religious and legal practices? In a book on The Legal Cosmology of Buddhist Tibet, French (1995, pp. 345-46) suggests that 「religion permeated the secular legal system in the form of Buddhist standards, logic, factoring, jurisprudential concepts, and reality shifts that moved argument into otherworldly reasoning」. Religion, in her account, dominated Tibetan attitudes to conflict, which they related to incorrect vision caused by one of the six root afflictions in Buddhist philosophy (1995, p. 73), leading them to interpret legal cases in terms of inner morality, afflicted mental views, and the true nature of reality (1995, p. 288).
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