Dictionary of the Politics of the People's Republic of China

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Colin Mackerras, Donald H. McMillen, Andrew Watson
Routledge, 2003年12月16日 - 288 頁
As China's political and economic development comes under closer scrutiny, this Dictionary will prove invaluable to anyone with an interest in contemporary China. As well as proving valuable to students and academics of political science, economics, history and Asian studies, it will be of use to government officials, business people and media professionals with current or future connections in the region. The main topics covered by the Dictionary are:
* major political processes and events
* key issues in domestic policy
* China's evolving foreign policy environment
* key political personalities
* major political institutions and groupings
* important aspects of the legal system.
 

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Alphabetically arranged by topic, this is an impressive collection of essays on Chinese politics written by 34 different scholars, many of whom are Chinese based in Australia, Hong Kong, India, Korea ... 閱讀評論全文

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1 Overview History of the Peoples Republic of China
3
2 Government and Institutions
9
Radicalism and Reform
13
Biographical Profiles
17
Policy Patterns and Issues
21
6 Peoples of China
27
7 Regional China
33
8 China the Region and the World
39
Liu Shaoqi
142
local governmentadministration
144
Lu Ping
145
Macau
147
Mao Zedong
148
Mao Zedong Thought
150
Marriage Laws
152
media issues and policy
154

9 Taiwan and the Overseas Chinese
43
Dictionary
47
agriculture policies organizations units
49
AsiaPacific Economic Cooperation APEC
52
Association of Southeast Asian Nations ASEAN
53
Australia
54
Beijing Municipality
56
Bo Yibo
57
capitalistsentrepreneurs
59
Central Military Commission
60
Chen Boda
61
Chen Yun
62
Chi Haotian
63
Chinese Communist Party
64
Chinese Communist Party Central Committee and Politburo
66
Chinese Peoples Political Consultative Conference
69
collective agriculture
70
collective sector nonagricultural
72
Constitutions State and Party
74
cultural policy
75
Cultural Revolution
77
Daqing
79
Democracy Wall
80
democratic parties
81
Deng Xiaoping
82
dissidents
84
education policy and system
86
electoral laws
89
energy policy
90
environment policy
91
financial policy
94
Four Modernizations
95
gang of four
97
gender equality
98
Great Leap Forward
99
Guangzhou
100
health policy
102
health system
103
Hong Kong
104
Hongqi Red Flag
106
household registration hukou
107
housing
108
Hu Qili
110
Hu Yaobang
111
Hua Guofeng
112
Hundred Flowers Movement
113
industry
114
international trade
116
Japan relations with
119
Jiang Chunyun
120
joint ventures
122
June 4 Incident
124
Kang Sheng
126
Korean War
127
labour policy and system
129
law socialist theory of
131
legal system administrative criminal economic
132
Li Lanqing
135
Li Peng
136
Li Ruihuan
137
Li Tieying
138
Li Xiannian
139
Lin Biao
140
Liu Huaqing
141
minority nationalities policy
155
National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party
158
National Peoples Congress
159
New China Xinhua News Agency The state news agency of the PRC Established in November 1931 as the Red China
161
nongovernmental organizations
163
one country two systems
165
Peoples Bank of China
168
Peoples Daily
169
Peoples Liberation Army
170
planning economic
172
police force
174
population policy
175
princelings
177
prison system
178
private sector
179
protest movements
180
provincial government
182
Qian Qichen
184
Qiao Shi
185
revolutionary committees
187
science and technology
189
Seypidin Azizi Ayze
190
Shandong
191
Shanghai
192
Sichuan
194
Sinolndian Border War 1962
196
Sixth Plenum of the Eleventh Central Committee
197
Song Ping
199
special economic zones
203
State Council
204
state economic structures
206
Taiwan policy
208
TaiwanesePRC trade and investment
209
Third Plenum of the Eleventh Central Committee
211
Third World policy
212
Three Gorges Dam
213
Tiananmen Incident 1976
214
Tibet Autonomous Region
215
Tibetans
216
township and village enterprises
218
transport and telecommunications
219
Tung Cheehwa
221
unit
223
United Nations policy
224
United States policy
225
Wan Li
227
Wei Jianxing
228
welfare policy
229
women organizations political role
230
World Trade Organization
233
Wu Bangguo
234
Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region
236
Xu Jiatun
237
Yang Shangkun
239
Yao Yilin
240
youth policy and organizations
241
Zhang Wannian
244
Zhou Enlai
246
Zhu Rongji
247
Zou Jiahua
248
Further Reading
249
Index
261
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Colin Mackerras is Foundation Professor in the School of Modern Asian Studies at Griffith University, Queensland and has been Co-Director of the Key Centre for Asian Languages and Studies since 1988. Don McMillen is Professor and Head of Asian Studies at the University of Southern Queensland. He is also on the Editorial Board of The China Journal. Andrew Watson is Professor of Asian Studies at the Centre for Asian Studies at the University of Adelaide, where he is also a co-Director of the Chinese Economy Research Unit.

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