2 edition of Analysis of uneven development of Chinese Press. found in the catalog.
Analysis of uneven development of Chinese Press.
Yi Li Pi
Thesis (M.A.) - University of Central England in Birmingham, 2001.
|Contributions||University of Central England in Birmingham.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 59p. ;|
|Number of Pages||59|
Red Lights offers a finely nuanced study of the uneven development in postsocialist China. Signs Ethnographically, Red Lights is extremely rich and provides the reader with a lens into the karaoke bar that has previously not been available to outsiders. Uneven Modernity: Literature, Film, and Intellectual Discourse in Postsocialist China Haomin Gong. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press. pages. The book under review suggests that developmental unevenness is "an all-round phenomenon and structures the society as a whole" (13).
Below is a bibliography of key writings on U&CD. It begins with the primary sources of the idea in the works of Leon Trotsky. Next follows a selection of key secondary texts which preceded the current revival of interest. Finally comes a list of more recent writings - several of them downloadable from this page. Aug 30, · Part of the Research Series on the Chinese Dream and China’s Development Path book series (RSCDCDP) Abstract Water is the source of life, the necessity in production, the basis for ecological system while huge population with insufficient water reserve and uneven space-time distribution of water resources is China’s basic national and Author: Xin Qiu.
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Apr 20, · Smith, Neil. Uneven Development: Nature, Capital, and the Production of Space. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press.
The basic argument and premise of the book is that “the uneven development of capitalism can be best conceived as resulting from contradictory tendencies toward the differentiation and equalization of levels and conditions of development differentiation.
Written by one of the world’s foremost experts, Uneven Innovation is a must-have book for everyone interested in the potential and the pitfalls of the smart cities narrative.
It provides both a critical review of the main debates surrounding smart cities and thought. Rethinking mechanism and process in the geographical analysis of uneven development.
well known book, my analysis illustrates. Chinese characteristics, such as the consolidation of Author: Henry Wai-Chung Yeung. Jan 07, · The rise of major metropolises across China since the s has been a double-edged sword: Although big cities function as economic powerhouses, concentrated urban growth can worsen regional inequalities, governance challenges, and social tensions.
Wary of these dangers, China’s national leaders have tried to forestall top-heavy urbanization. Kyle Jaros combines in-depth case studies of Hunan, Jiangxi, Shaanxi, and Jiangsu provinces with quantitative analysis to shed light on the political drivers of uneven development.
Drawing on numerous Chinese-language written sources, including government documents and media reports, as well as a wealth of field interviews with officials.
Aug 20, · Gong reminds readers that Wu Han, where Chi Li lives and her stories take place, is right on the physical border of Chinese uneven development: it does not really belong to the region that the government decided to develop when Economic Reform started in the s, but it is full of glorious memories because of its contribution to Chinese.
The final chapter blends geographical-historical analysis with an assessment of uneven development and actually existing globalization in the GMS. Cogent and persuasive, Bounding the Mekong will attract attention from the growing number of scholars analyzing globalization, neoliberalism, regionalization, and multiple scales of governance.
It is. Oct 03, · Book Talk -- China's Urban Champions: The Politics of Spatial Development Date: Shaanxi, and Jiangsu provinces with quantitative analysis to shed light on the political drivers of uneven development. Drawing on numerous Chinese-language written sources, including government documents and media reports, as well as a wealth of field.
Jan 06, · The Marxist geographer, David Harvey, has written extensively and influentially about the production of space under capitalism and, in particular, uneven geographical development. This article is a Marxist critique of Harvey’s theory of uneven geographical io-holding.com by: 2.
Get this from a library. Socialist insecurity: pensions and the politics of uneven development in China. [Mark W Frazier] -- "In Socialist Insecurity, Mark W.
Frazier explores pension policy in the People's Republic of China, arguing that the government's push to expand pension and health insurance coverage to. Jul 19, · Read "Mark W. Frazier: Socialist Insecurity: Pensions and the Politics of Uneven Development in China, Journal of Chinese Political Science" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.
Doner first unpacks the concept of development to isolate recent challenges of upgrading and then shows how overcoming these challenges requires enhanced institutional capacity that in turn depends on a relatively rare set of political conditions. The book is a model for combining broad theory and penetrating empirical io-holding.com: Richard F.
Doner. "Uneven Modernity is an excellent addition to the study of contemporary China Gong's analysis of China's contemporary cultural phenomena from the perspective of uneven modernity offers insight that is new and refreshing." - Yiyan Wang, Victoria University of Wellington, The China Journal (No 70) "Gong has written a very good book.
Trotsky later generalized this capitalist law of uneven and combined development to the colonial world. Based on this analysis, Trotsky argued that workers even though a minority in such societies could lead the peasants in what he called a permanent revolution for socialism on the condition that it spread to the advanced capitalist world.
Jul 29, · Speaking directly to economic and political geographers working on uneven development, this article critically examines the deployment of two key concepts, mechanism and process, as analytical tools for causal explanation in geographical analysis during the past two io-holding.com by: 9.
Hart-Landsberg and Burkett present an insightful analysis of the internal and external contradictions of Chinese capitalism. They convincingly argue that the Chinese experiment of market socialism has led to nothing less than full-fledged capitalism exactly as classical Marxist theory would have predicted.
Socialist Insecurity: Pensions and the Politics of Uneven Development in China [Mark W. Frazier] on io-holding.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Over the past two decades, China has rapidly increased its spending on its public pension programsCited by: Jun 13, · Uneven and Combined Development: Modernity, Modernism, Revolution (1): The Classic Forms of Uneven and Combined Development Trotsky’s theory of Uneven and Combined Development was born out of his experience of the Russian Revolution.
To mark the centenary of the revolution, we are publishing a series of five pieces by Neil Davidson that explore the theory’s wider contribution to how. The uneven and combined development differs from the theories of dependence or the idea of the world system, insofar as it focuses its analysis on the dynamics of the relationship between the.
Trotsky’s theory of Uneven and Combined Development was born out of his experience of the Russian Revolution. To mark the centenary of the revolution, we are publishing a series of five pieces by Neil Davidson that explore the theory’s wider contribution to how we understand capitalist modernity.
These articles show how ideas that began life in the revolution continue to inspire new ways. Jul 19, · Mark Frazier offers a great example of how to do comparative political science well with this book on the development of the pension system in China.
He analyzes the development of the pension system in China in light of the existing literatures on institutional change and the welfare state, and also uses his analysis of China to add to our Author: Jessica C.
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A unique and powerful contribution to political ecology and environmental studies.Apr 25, · He is series editor of the Naval Institute Press book series “ Studies in Chinese Maritime Development,” of which Chinese Naval Shipbuilding is the sixth volume.
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