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Chinese intellectuals between state and market

Chinese intellectuals between state and market

Goldman, Merle; Gu, Edward X

eBook, Electronic resource, Book. English.
Published London ; New York : RoutledgeCurzon 2004

Details

Statement of responsibility: edited by Edward Gu and Merle Goldman
Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Physical Description: xiii, 298 p.
Series: RoutledgeCurzon studies on China in transition
Subject: China Intellectual life 1976-
Series Title: RoutledgeCurzon studies on China in transition.

Contents

  1. Social capital, institutional change, and the development of non-governmental intellectual organizations in China / Edward Gu
  2. Underdogs, lapdogs, and watchdogs : journalists and the public sphere problematic in reforming China / Yuezhi Zhao
  3. Have we been noticed yet? : intellectual contestations and the Chinese web / Geremie R. Barm and Gloria Davies
  4. From patronage to profits : the changing relationship of intellectuals with the party-state / Suzanne Ogden
  5. China's technological community : market reforms and the changing policy cultures of science / Richard Suttmier and Cong Cao
  6. Intellectuals and the politics of protest : the case of the China Democracy Party / Teresa Wright
  7. The fate of an enlightenment : twenty years in the Chinese intellctual sphere (1978-98) / Xu Jilin ; translated from Chinese by Geremie R. Barm and Gloria Davies
  8. Historians as public intellctuals in contemporary China / Timothy Cheek
  9. The party-state, liberalism, and social democracy : the debate over China's future / Feng Chongyi
  10. Chinese intellectuals facing the challenges of the new century / Baogang He.