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Corruption Control in Post-Reform China : A Social Censure Perspective

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Corruption Control in Post-Reform China : A Social Censure Perspective
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Corruption Control in Post-Reform China
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A Social Censure Perspective
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  • Contents -- 1 Corruption and Anticorruption in China -- 1.1 Corruption in General -- 1.2 Corruption in Post-reform China -- 1.3 Anticorruption in Post-reform China -- 1.3.1 Establishment of Institutions -- 1.3.2 New Laws -- 1.3.3 Anticorruption Campaigns -- 1.3.4 Speeding Economic Reform -- 1.3.5 Limited Political Reform -- 1.3.6 Administrative Reform -- 1.3.7 Other Measures -- 1.4 Research Interests -- 2 Corruption-Theories and Perspectives -- 2.1 Definitions on Corruption -- 2.1.1 Complexity of Corruption -- 2.1.1.1 Forms of Corruption -- 2.1.1.2 Relativity of Norms and Law -- 2.1.2 Previous Definitions -- 2.1.2.1 Realist Paradigm -- 2.1.2.2 Nominalist Paradigm -- 2.1.3 Criticisms -- 2.1.3.1 Problem of Class Biases -- 2.1.3.2 Problem of Inclusiveness -- 2.1.3.3 Problem of Operationalization -- 2.1.3.4 Problem of Macro Structure -- 2.1.4 Merits of the Previous Definitions -- 2.1.4.1 Institution -- 2.1.4.2 Inequality -- 2.1.4.3 Benefit -- 2.1.4.4 Moderations -- 2.2 Cause Analysis -- 2.2.1 Economic Approach -- 2.2.2 Political Approach -- 2.2.3 Sociological Approach -- 2.2.4 Cultural Approach -- 2.2.5 Criticism -- 2.3 Suggestions for Anticorruption Measures -- 2.3.1 Previous Theoretical Suggestions -- 2.3.2 Criticism -- 3 A Contextualized Approach: Theory of Social Censure -- 3.1 Social Censure Theory -- 3.1.1 Origin of Social Censure -- 3.1.2 Creation of Social Censure -- 3.1.3 Application of Social Censure -- 3.2 Status of Law -- 3.2.1 Legislation -- 3.2.2 Judicial System -- 3.2.3 Law Enforcement -- 3.2.4 Witness Protection -- 3.3 Theoretical Framework -- 4 Methods -- 4.1 Research Objectives -- 4.2 Research Framework -- 4.3 Theoretical Hypothesis -- 4.4 Research Design -- 4.5 Research Methods -- 4.5.1 Quantitative Method -- 4.5.1.1 Samples -- 4.5.1.2 Sampling Method -- 4.5.1.3 Construction of Questionnaire -- 4.5.1.4 Respondents' Background
  • 4.5.2 Qualitative Method -- 4.5.2.1 In-depth Interview -- 4.5.2.2 Samples -- 4.5.2.3 Construction of Interview Guide -- 4.5.2.4 Group I: Officials-in-Jail -- 4.5.2.5 Group II: Officials-in-Power -- 4.5.3 Documentary Method -- 5 Shift of Mode: From a Mass Line Approach to a Bureaucratic Approach -- 5.1 Judicial Dependence Regarding Institutional Structure -- 5.1.1 "Traditional" Judicial System -- 5.1.2 The Commission for Discipline Inspection (CDI: 纪律检查委员会) -- 5.1.3 Supervisory Organs (监察 ) -- 5.1.4 Anticorruption Bureau (反 局) -- 5.1.5 Bureau of Corruption Prevention ( 局) -- 5.2 Screening Function of the Commission for Discipline Inspection -- 5.2.1 The Case of Ma De -- 5.2.2 The Case of Sun Chuyin -- 5.3 System of Shuanggui (双 ) and Shuangzhi (双指) -- 5.4 Concluding Remarks -- 6 Status of Law -- 6.1 Judicial Vacuum -- 6.2 Ignorance of Human Rights -- 6.2.1 Violent Interrogation -- 6.2.1.1 Teng Xingshan Case -- 6.2.1.2 She Xianglin Case -- 6.2.1.3 Procurator Is "Blackest" -- 6.2.2 Tortured to Death -- 6.2.2.1 Liang Yuncai Case -- 6.2.2.2 Liang Jiping Case -- 6.3 Ignorance of Legal Rights -- 6.3.1 Misjudged Cases -- 6.3.2 Pan Yujun Case -- 6.3.3 Ignorance of Rights in Shuanggui -- 6.3.4 Shuanggui Private Entrepreneur? -- 6.4 Power Over Law -- 6.4.1 Power Interference for State Interests -- 6.4.2 Power Interference for Economy -- 6.4.3 Power Interference for Family Interests -- 6.4.4 Fabricated Corruption Case -- 6.5 Judicial Inconsistency in the Use of Death Penalty -- 6.5.1 The Case of Liu Zhixiang -- 6.5.2 The Case of Yuan Baojing -- 6.6 Retaliation on Whistleblower -- 6.6.1 Reporting Letter Transferred to the Complained Party -- 6.6.2 Imprisonment for Whistleblowing -- 6.7 Concluding Remarks -- 7 Creation of Social Censure on Corruption -- 7.1 Anticorruption Law Is Based on Social Values -- 7.2 Corruption as a Negative Label
  • 7.3 Anti-corruption Controlled by the Ruling Group -- 7.4 Anticorruption Is Political -- 7.5 Concluding Remarks -- 8 Application of Social Censure on Corruption -- 8.1 Bureaucratic Form for Authority and Official Purposes -- 8.2 Prerequisites of Anticorruption -- 8.2.1 The CCP's Full Control -- 8.2.2 Yield to Economic Development -- 8.2.3 Leaders' Interest Preservation -- 8.3 Political Character of Anticorruption Measures -- 8.3.1 Format of Campaign -- 8.3.2 "Outcome" of Campaign -- 8.3.3 Roundabout Protection -- 8.4 Various Purposes of Anticorruption -- 8.4.1 Reflection of Ideological Struggle Between Classes -- 8.4.2 Reflection of Ideological Struggle Among National Leaders -- 8.4.3 Anticorruption for Power Consolidation -- 8.4.3.1 Five-Antis: Elimination of Political Enemy -- 8.4.3.2 Anticorruption for Personnel Reshuffles -- 8.4.4 Anticorruption for Legitimacy Re-building -- 8.4.5 Anticorruption for Authority Building -- 8.4.5.1 Authority-Building by Promoting Political Ideas Cored by Anticorruption -- 8.4.5.2 Authority-Building by Anticorruption -- 8.4.6 Anticorruption for Power Struggle -- 8.4.6.1 Power Struggle Between Mayor and Secretary -- 8.4.6.2 Power Struggle Between University Leaders -- 8.4.6.3 Power Struggle Between the Supervisor and Subordinates -- 8.4.7 Anticorruption for Catering for Public Will -- 8.5 Concluding Remarks -- 9 Outcome of Social Censure on Corruption -- 9.1 Status Changes for the Censurer and the Censured -- 9.2 Selective Targeting -- 9.3 Patronage Phenomenon -- 9.3.1 Protecting Umbrella -- 9.3.2 Insider's Patronage -- 9.4 Ignorance of Corruption Case -- 9.4.1 Legitimate Ignorance -- 9.4.2 Don't Even Bother to Legitimate Ignorance -- 9.5 Scapegoat Phenomenon -- 9.6 Inconsistency of Censure on Corruption -- 9.7 Facial Result of Censure on Corruption in Post-Reform China -- 9.8 Concluding Remarks -- 10 Conclusion
  • 10.1 Categories of Behavior or Social Censure? -- 10.1.1 What Is Social Censure? -- 10.1.2 The Creation of Censure on Corruption -- 10.1.3 The Application of Social Censure on Corruption -- 10.1.4 Outcome of Social Censure -- 10.2 Rule of Law or Rule by Law? -- 10.3 Outcome of Censure on Corruption Without the Rule of Law -- 10.4 Anticorruption in Xi's Era, an Ongoing Phenomenon -- 10.5 Policy Implications -- References
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