3 edition of China--the politics of revolutionary reintegration found in the catalog.
China--the politics of revolutionary reintegration
James D. Seymour
|Statement||James D. Seymour.|
|LC Classifications||JQ1504 .S49 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 329 p. :|
|Number of Pages||329|
|LC Control Number||75035743|
Title: NIE - THE CHINESE CULTURAL REVOLUTION Keywords: CHINA, NIE, MILITARY POLICY Created Date: 10/12/ AM. Roderick Lemonde MacFarquhar (2 December – 10 February ) was a British politician, newspaper and television journalist and academic orientalist, specializing in China as a Harvard University professor,. He also served as a Member of Parliament in the s. He was best known for his studies of Maoist China, the three-volume The Origins of the Cultural Revolution and Mao’s Last Alma mater: Harvard University (M.A.), Keble .
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China--the politics of revolutionary reintegration Paperback – January 1, by James D Seymour (Author)Cited by: 7. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Seymour, James D.
China--the politics of revolutionary reintegration. New York: Crowell, © (OCoLC) The book's wealth of detail, richness of sources and Goodman's skillful command of local social change in areas directly affected by complex warfare provide deep insights into a small corner of China's recent history.
(Political Studies Review)Cited by: The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Social and Political Change in Revolutionary China: The Taihang Base Area in the War of Resistance to Japan, by Due to COVID, orders may be delayed.
Thank you for your : Based upon previously untapped Qing and Republican sources, The Politics of Rights and the Revolution in China is a nuanced and colorful chronicle of the revolution as it occurred in local and regional areas.
Xiaowei Zheng explores the ideas that motivated the revolution, the popularization of those ideas, and their animating impact on the Chinese people at : Paperback. How China's Communist Party Made the World Sick (Broadside Book 64) - Kindle edition by Gertz, Bill.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading How China's Communist Party Made the World Sick (Broadside Book 64)/5(3). This history provides the first book-length study and the first county-level analysis of social and political China--the politics of revolutionary reintegration book in the Taihang Base Area during the key years of the War of Resistance to Japan, which was instrumental in the establishment of the PeopleOs Republic of China.
David Goodman explores revolution as process, arguing that the Chinese Communist Party was successful because of its. Political Behavior of Adolescents in China: The Cultural Revolution in Kwangchow (Monographs of the Association for Asian Studies, No.
32) [Raddock, David M.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Political Behavior of Adolescents in China: The Cultural Revolution in Kwangchow (Monographs of the Association for Asian StudiesFormat: Hardcover. On October 1,the People's Republic of China (PRC) celebrated the 60th anniversary of its founding.
And what an eventful and tumultuous six decades it had been. During that time, under the leadership of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), China was transformed from one of the world's poorest countries into the world's fastest growing major economy, and from a weak state barely able to.
7 For an earlier discussion of the tensions within the Party in terms of the differences in approaches between the guerilla leader and the political commissar, see John W. Lewis, “Leader, Commissar, and Bureaucrat: The Chinese Political System in the Last Days of the Revolution Cited by: During this time nationalism, feminism, anti-conformist youth movements and Westernization flourished, but in discarding so much of traditional China the new urban elite became unable to relate to the needs of the rest of the country, setting the stage for the success of communism and the end of all of these trends/5.
The book focuses on the Nationalist movement in south China, highlighting the role of Sun Yat-sen as director of awakenings in the Nationalist Revolution and the place of Mao Zedong as his successor in the politics of mass awakening.
The Routledge Handbook of Revolutionary China covers the evolution of Chinese society from the roots of the Republic of China in the early s until the end of the Cultural Revolution in The chapters in this volume explain aspects of the process of revolution and how people adapted to the demands of the revolutionary Edition: 1st Edition.
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This article examines the organizational origins of political vulnerability among Chinese military veterans between and Recently declassified sources from urban and rural archives show that many veterans, even as they were officially considered core members of the ruling elite and hailed as the “flesh and blood of the revolution,” nevertheless experienced frequent humiliation Author: Neil J.
Diamant. 14 See John Fincher's study, “Political Provincialism and the National Revolution,” in Wright, Mary C., ed., China in Revolution: The First Phase – (New Haven: Yale University Press ), – Cited by: 3.
The Cambridge Illustrated History of China by Patricia Buckley Ebrey. This book offers a broad overview of China’s rich history; from the rise of Buddhism and Confucianism to the development of the Mongol and Manchu dynasties to the modern communist state, Ebrey integrates Chinese literature, arts, culture, economics, politics, and gender studies as she analyzes the key events that have.
The Politics of Medicine in China: The Policy Process, –77 (Boulder: Westview, ). 7 E.g., Goodman, David (ed.), Groups and Politics in the People's Republic of China (Armonk: M.E.
Sharpe, ). 8 E.g., Townsend, James, Political Participation in Communist China (Berkeley: University of California Press, ).Cited by: 6.
Chinese Revolution (–12), nationalist democratic revolt that overthrew the Qing (or Manchu) dynasty in and created a republic, albeit one that would, in the succeeding decades, witness the progressive collapse of national unity and orderly government.
Learn more about the Chinese Revolution. Whatever the objective, he wrote in Book V of The Politics, inequality is the chief cause of revolution. Justice and equality are “the fundamental basis of any state”, and inequality, being a. Popular Chinese Revolution Books Showing of 32 The Cultural Revolution: A People's History, (Hardcover) Red Star Over China: The Classic Account of the Birth of Chinese Communism (Paperback) by.
Anarchism and Chinese Political Culture (Hardcover) by.The Workshop Theoretical Perspectives on War, Political Violence, Nationalism, and the State (His ) is pleased to present Xiaowei Zheng, Associate Professor of History and East Asian Languages and Cultural Studies at UCSB, who will speak about her forthcoming book with Stanford University Press, The Politics of Rights and the Revolution in China.
The fiftieth anniversary of the start of the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution has spurred concern that China is heading into another decade of .