China's transition from communism : new perspectives

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Full title: China's transition from communism : new perspectives / edited by Guoguang Wu and Helen Lansdowne.
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Other authors: Wu, Guoguang, (Editor)
Lansdowne, Helen, 1958-, (Editor)
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505 0 |a 1. Introduction / Hele Lansdowne -- 2. Capitalism making and its political consequences in transition : a political-economy analysis of China's communist capitalism / Xiaonong Cheng -- 3. Communist oligarchy and the oligarchic transition in China / Ming Xia -- 4. A tale of two party-states : comparing authoritarianism across the Taiwan Strait / Szu-chien Hsu -- 5. Government counterframing and the revolutionary no-show in 1989 / Yang Su and Ting Jiang -- 6. The current debate on constitutionalism and the liberal force within the Chinese communist party / Feng Chongyi -- 7. Engaging the government's critics on weibo : China's "authoritarian resilience" in the age of the internet / Yiyi Lu -- 8. A rising China in global governance : transition from a rule taker to a rule breaker and rule maker? / Hongying Wang -- 9. Constructing a racialized identity in post-Mao China / Yinghong Cheng -- 10. Conclusion : "repressive capitalism" as the institutional crystallization of China's transition / Guoguang Wu. 
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