Chinese Politics: State, Society and the Market

Peter Gries and Stanley Rosen

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Contents

List of Illustrations
Notes on Contributors
Acknowledgements

1. Introduction: political change, contestation, and pluralization in China today
JESSICA C. TEETS, STANLEY ROSEN, AND PETER HAYS GRIES
2. Dilemmas of party adaption: the CCP’s strategies for survival
BRUCE J. DICKSON
3. Legitamacy crisis in China?
VIVIENNE SHUE
4. Society in the state: China’s nondemocratic political pluralization
ANDREW MERTHA
5. Protest leadership in rural China
LIANJIANG LI AND KEVIN J. O’BRIEN
6. Tenuous tolerance in China’s countryside
TERESA WRIGHT
7. Do Chinese citizens want the government to do more to promote equality?
MARTIN KING WHYTE
8. Chinese youth and state-society relations
STANLEY ROSEN
9. Censorship and surveillance in Chinese cyberspace: beyond the Great Firewall
PATRICIA M. THORNTON
10. The politics of art repatriation: nationalism, state legitimation, and Beijing’s looted zodiac animal heads
RICHARD KRAUS
11. Tibetans, Uyghurs, and multinational “China”: Han-minority relations and state legitimation
COLIN MACKERRAS
12. A question of confidence: state legitimacy and the new urban poor
DOROTHY J. SOLINGER
13. Popular responses to China’s emerging welfare state
MARK W. FRAZIER
Index

Peter Gries and Stanley Rosen is the Harold J. & Ruth Newman Chair and Director of the Institute for U.S.-China Issues at the University of Oklahoma, USA. His many publications include China’s New Nationalism: Pride, Politics, and Diplomacy and State and Society in 21st Century China: Crisis, Contention, and Legitimation.

Stanley Rosen is the director of the East Asian Studies Center and a professor of political science at the University of Southern California, USA.

 

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