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    Title: Approaches to the Study of Chinese Politics
    Authors: Dittmer, Lowell
    Keywords: political structure;political economy;political sociology;approaches;China studies
    Date: 1996-09
    Issue Date: 2016-09-21 14:37:39 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: The development of China studies reflects not only the cumulative progress of “normal” science and the adventitious availability of particular source materials, but the changing core concerns or leitmotifs of a political system that has undergone several paradigm shifts. During the reform era, there has been a shift from the Maoist emphasis on charismatic leadership and revolutionary momentum to a concern with economic growth and system building. Thus it becomes possible for us to group (domestic) China studies into three subfields: political economy, political sociology, and political structure. Common to all three of them is a shift from top-down, “strong state” assumptions to the construction of complex systems at the middle and lower levels.
    Relation: Issues & Studies,32(9),1-18
    Data Type: article
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