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Non-institutional Political Participation

A Case Study of Chinese Peasants During the Transformation Period

Non-institutional Political Participation by Jiangshan Fang
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By examining social transformation and political participation theories, this book focuses on the core concept of non-institutional political participation, which is classified into two types: induced participation and imposed participation. This classification has changed the tradition of dichotomizing political participation as either legal or illegal and enriched the conceptualization of political participation. Based on an investigation of the characteristics of Chinese peasants and the relations between interests, authority and political participation, the book examines the changes in interest structures and modes of control in rural China during the transformation period, and proposes a political participation model built upon mutual benefits.​
Springer Singapore; November 2015
177 pages; ISBN 9789811000485
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Title: Non-institutional Political Participation
Author: Jiangshan Fang
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