中国の新秩序:過渡期の社会、政治、経済<br>China's New Order : Society, Politics, and Economy in Transition

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中国の新秩序:過渡期の社会、政治、経済
China's New Order : Society, Politics, and Economy in Transition

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 239 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780674009325
  • DDC分類 306.0951

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New in paperback. Hardcover was published in 2003. Offers a powerful analysis of China and the transformations it has undertaken since 1989.

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As the world is drawn together with increasing force, our long-standing isolation from - and baffling ignorance of - China is ever more perilous. This book offers an analysis of China and the transformations it has undertaken since 1989. Wang Hui is able to synthesize an insider's knowledge of economics, politics, civilization and Western critical theory. A participant in the Tiananmen Square movement, he is also the editor of an intellectual journal in contemporary China. He goes beyond contemporary debates allowing him to connect the events 1989 witha long view of Chinese history. He argues that the features of contemporary China are elements of the new global order as a whole in which considerations of economic growth and development have trumped every other concern, particularily those of democracy and social justice. At its heart, this book represents an impassioned plea for economic and social justice and an indictment of the corruption caused by the explosion of "market extremism".As Want Hui observes, terms like "free" and "unregulated" are largely ideological constructs masking the intervention of highly manipulative, coercive governmental actions on behalf of economic policies that favour a particular scheme of capitalist acquisition - something that must be distinguished from truly free markets. He sees new openings toward social, political and economic democracy in China as the only agencies by which the unstable conditions thus engendered can be remedied.

Table of Contents

Preface                                            vii
Introduction 1 (40)
Theodore Huters
THE 1989 SOCIAL MOVEMENT AND THE HISTORICAL 41 (98)
ROOTS OF CHINA'S NEOLIBERALISM
The Historical Conditions of the 1989 46 (32)
Social Movement and the Antihistorical
Explanation of ``Neoliberalism''
The Three Stages of Thought in the 1990s 78 (38)
and Their Major Problems
Alternative Globalizations and the Question 116(23)
of the Modern
CONTEMPORARY CHINESE THOUGHT AND THE QUESTION 139(50)
OF MODERNITY (1997)
Notes 189(34)
Index 223