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Where the party rules : the rank and file of China's communist state

Where the party rules : the rank and file of China's communist state (5회 대출)

자료유형
단행본
개인저자
Koss, Daniel.
서명 / 저자사항
Where the party rules : the rank and file of China's communist state / Daniel Koss.
발행사항
Cambridge, United Kingdom ;   New York, NY :   Cambridge University Press,   c2018.  
형태사항
xvi, 391 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
총서사항
Studies of the Weatherhead East Asian Institute, Columbia University
ISBN
9781108420662 (hardback : alk. paper) 9781108430739 (pbk. : alk. paper)
요약
"Political parties are pivotal institutions, in democratic and authoritarian contexts alike. Almost all seventy-one non-democracies, in 2015 governing 44% of the world population, have parties. In most of these countries at least one party is tightly controlled by the ruling clique, such as United Russia, the United Malays National Organization, and Turkey's Justice and Development Party. In contrast to other autocratic arrangements, such as military dictatorship and personalistic rule, party-based authoritarianism has proven itself effective in governing modernizing societies and mitigating democratization pressures. But how do parties contribute to effective authoritarian rule? And what are the origins of effective regime parties? The first question calls for a study of contemporary autocratic governance. The second question takes us back to history. The literature provides answers to both questions, but incomplete ones. The case of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), which is the focus of this book, promises to change the way we think about the functions and origins of e ective authoritarian regime parties.This book demonstrates that an authoritarian regime party can provide the organizational infrastructure, which allows a state to project authority throughout its realm. By implication, the book explains why authoritarian regimes usually are more e ective in some parts of their territories than in others: The uneven presence of rank and file party members makes an important di erence for policy implementation on the ground"--
내용주기
Introduction : party-based authoritarianism in China -- A theory of authoritarian regime parties -- The CCP as co-enforcer of the One-Child Policy -- The CCP's support in generating the state's material base -- War contingencies at the origin of the CCP's power base -- The shifting geography of the CCP's power base (1949-2016) -- Can the CCP disobey? The Great Leap Famine (1958-61) -- The CCP and regime survival in times of crisis (1967-69) -- Conclusion.
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references (p. 361-386) and index.
일반주제명
Communist state. Communism --China --History. Authoritarianism --China --History.
주제명(지명)
China --Politics and government --1949-.
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520 ▼a "Political parties are pivotal institutions, in democratic and authoritarian contexts alike. Almost all seventy-one non-democracies, in 2015 governing 44% of the world population, have parties. In most of these countries at least one party is tightly controlled by the ruling clique, such as United Russia, the United Malays National Organization, and Turkey's Justice and Development Party. In contrast to other autocratic arrangements, such as military dictatorship and personalistic rule, party-based authoritarianism has proven itself effective in governing modernizing societies and mitigating democratization pressures. But how do parties contribute to effective authoritarian rule? And what are the origins of effective regime parties? The first question calls for a study of contemporary autocratic governance. The second question takes us back to history. The literature provides answers to both questions, but incomplete ones. The case of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), which is the focus of this book, promises to change the way we think about the functions and origins of e ective authoritarian regime parties.This book demonstrates that an authoritarian regime party can provide the organizational infrastructure, which allows a state to project authority throughout its realm. By implication, the book explains why authoritarian regimes usually are more e ective in some parts of their territories than in others: The uneven presence of rank and file party members makes an important di erence for policy implementation on the ground"-- ▼c Provided by publisher.
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Part 1. Autocrtatic grassroots politics -- Introduction : party-based authoritarianism in China -- A theory of authoritarian regime parties -- part 2. The party in contemporary China -- The CCP as co-enforcer of the One-Child Policy -- The CCP''s support in generating the state''s material base -- part 3. The party''s origins -- War contingencies at the origin of the CCP''s power base -- The shifting geography of the CCP''s power base (1949-2016) -- part 4. The party in the Mao era -- Can the CCP disobey? : the Great Leap Famine (1958-1961) -- The CCP and regime survival in times of crisis (1967-1969) -- Conclusion -- Appendix 1. Party-versus-bureaucracy model -- Appendix 2. Party growth model.

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