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The Resource Regeneration of Peasants

Regeneration of Peasants

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Regeneration of Peasants
Title
Regeneration of Peasants
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eng
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MiAaPQ
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Regeneration of Peasants
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Regeneration of Peasants
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online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
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multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Foreword -- Contents -- About the Author -- 1 Peasants and Top-Level Politics -- 1.1 Peasants' Political Enlightenment -- 1.1.1 Peasants and China's Politics -- 1.1.2 Village Self-governance and Democratic Enlightenment -- 1.1.3 Protests for Rights and Democratic Enlightenment -- 1.1.4 Political Culture: Evolution and Enlightenment -- 1.1.5 The Important Role of Enlightenment -- 1.2 A Fundamental Reform Experience -- 1.3 Government Philosophy and the Rural Reform -- 1.4 Central Government Local Government and Peasants -- 2 Peasants and Grassroots Government -- 2.1 Where Is Government Reform Going? -- 2.1.1 Grassroots Democracy -- 2.1.2 Grassroots Self-governance -- 2.1.3 Construction of Rule by Law -- 2.2 Good Policies and Good Implementation -- 2.3 Government Performance in Public Service Perspective -- 2.4 Political Development in Public Participation Perspective -- 2.5 "Income Account" of Township Government -- 2.6 Government Reform in Local Government Corporatization Perspective -- 2.6.1 Local State Corporatism -- 2.6.2 Corporatism and State Corporatism -- 2.6.3 Local Government Corporatization -- 3 Peasants and Rural Democracy -- 3.1 Prospect of Rural Democracy -- 3.2 Guarantee of a Harmonious Society -- 3.3 Social Foundation of Village Self-governance -- 3.4 Innovation of Village Governance System -- 3.5 Growth Requirements from Peasant Groups -- 3.6 Difficult Growth of Village Democracy -- 3.7 When Elections Enter Villages -- 3.8 The Second Round of Land Contract -- 3.9 How Did Tax Burden Become a "Problem" -- 3.10 Why Did Village Affairs Management Crisis Occur? -- 4 Peasants and Social Construction -- 4.1 Stability Maintenance and Political Reform -- 4.2 The Chess of Petition System Reform Is Out of the Game -- 4.3 Governments' Role in the Labor Market -- 4.4 Institutional Innovation and Social Integration
  • 4.4.1 "Floating Population" Has Become a Major Challenge for Grassroots Management -- 4.4.2 The Key to Social Transformation Lies in Cities -- 4.4.3 Cultural Estrangement and Institutional Defects as the Obstacle of Social Integration -- 4.4.4 Institutional Supply at the Macro Level is Indispensable to "Integration" -- 4.5 Narration by Protesting Peasants -- 4.5.1 External Features of the Letters -- 4.5.2 The Source of Conflicts: Exploitation -- 4.5.3 Escalation of Conflict: Compulsion -- 4.5.4 Conflicts and the Growth of Peasants' Awareness of Rights -- 4.5.5 A Brief Discussion -- 4.6 Protesting Peasants in Beijing -- 4.6.1 Petitioner: The Emergence of Elite Style Figures -- 4.6.2 Petition Demands: Group Expression of Interests -- 4.6.3 Petition: A Rational Appealing Process -- 4.6.4 Escalation of Petition: Conflict Accumulation Factor -- 4.6.5 Peasant Petition: Understandings and Proposals -- 4.7 How Do Peasants Watch TV? -- 4.7.1 The Hardware Level of Peasants' TVs -- 4.7.2 TV Watching Behavioral Features -- 4.7.3 Basic Assessment of the Programs -- 4.7.4 The Program's Direct Help for Peasants -- 4.7.5 Peasants' First Opinion About TV Network and TV Programs -- 4.8 How Do Peasants Learn Technology? -- 4.8.1 12% Interviewed Peasants Think that "Farming is the Most Likely Way to Become Rich" and 11% Th ... -- 4.8.2 54.5% Respondents Are Willing to Farm for the Primary Reason that Farming Can Solve Food Probl ... -- 4.8.3 91% Peasants Regard New Technology as Necessary for Farming But There is No Smooth Channel for ... -- 4.8.4 29.3% Respondents Have Received Grassroots Technology Services with Mainly Positive Assessment ... -- 4.8.5 22.2% Respondents Received Different Forms of Technological Trainings and Expert Lectures in V ... -- 4.8.6 Peasants Have Comprehensive and Strong Needs for Information and TV is the Most Convenient Cha ..
  • 5 Peasants and Local Officials -- 5.1 A Municipal Party Secretary's Peasant Standing -- 5.2 A County Party Secretary's Feelings of Writing -- 5.3 The Portrait of a Township Party Secretary's Governance -- 5.4 A Township Party Secretary's Career as a Scholar -- 5.5 A Township Party Secretary's Extraordinary Official Career -- Postscript
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