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China"s embedded activism

Peter Ho

China"s embedded activism

opportunities and constraints of a social movement

by Peter Ho

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Published by Routledge in Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Social movements -- China,
  • Environmentalism -- China,
  • Civil society -- China

  • Edition Notes

    StatementPeter Ho and Richard Louis Edmonds.
    SeriesRoutledge studies on China in transition -- 30
    ContributionsEdmonds, Richard L.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHN737 .H6 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17906958M
    ISBN 109780415433747
    LC Control Number2007016948

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This book explores this question by focusing on one of the most active areas of Chinese civil society: the environment. China’s Embedded Activism argues that China’s semi-authoritarian limitations on the freedom of association and speech, coupled with increased social spaces for civic action has created a milieu in which activism occurs in an embedded cturer: Routledge.

China’s Embedded Activism argues that China’s semi-authoritarian limitations on the freedom of association and speech, coupled with increased social spaces for civic action has created a milieu in which activism occurs in an embedded fashion.

The semi-authoritarian atmosphere is restrictive of, but paradoxically, also conducive to nationwide, collective action with less risk of social instability and Format: Paperback. China’s Embedded Activism argues that China’s semi-authoritarian limitations on the freedom of association and speech, coupled with increased social spaces for civic action has created a milieu in which activism occurs in an embedded fashion.

The semi-authoritarian atmosphere is restrictive of, but paradoxically, also conducive to nationwide, collective action with less risk of social instability and.

To make a contribution to this ongoing discussion of state-society relations in contemporary China, we focus on environmental non-governmental organizations (NGOs), one of the most developed forms of social associations in China.1 The concept of “embedded activism” as set out in the introduction of this volume describes state-society relations in China as a paradox: restrictive and conducive at the same Cited by: 3.

China’s Embedded Activism argues that China’s semi-authoritarian limitations on the freedom of association and speech, coupled with increased social spaces for civic action has created a milieu in which activism occurs in an embedded fashion.

The semi-authoritarian atmosphere is restrictive of, but paradoxically, also conducive to nationwide, collective action with less risk of social Book Edition: 1st Edition. This book explores this question by focusing on one of the most active areas of Chinese civil society: the environment.

China’s Embedded Activism argues that China’s semi-authoritarian limitations on the freedom of association and speech, coupled with increased social spaces for civic action has created a milieu in which activism occurs in an embedded fashion.

This book explores this question by focusing on one of the most active areas of Chinese civil society: the environment. China’s Embedded Activism argues that China’s semi-authoritarian limitations on the freedom of association and speech, coupled with increased social spaces for civic action has created a milieu in which activism occurs in an embedded : Taylor And Francis.

China's Embedded Activism: Opportunities and Constraints of a Social Movement, Peter Ho and Richard Louis Edmonds. London and New York: Routledge. China’s Embedded Activism argues that China’s semi-authoritarian limitations on the freedom of association and speech, coupled with increased social spaces for civic action has created a.

Ho, PChina's Embedded Activism Opportunities and constraints of a social movement Preface. in P Ho & R Edmonds (eds), CHINA'S EMBEDDED ACTIVISM. Routledge Studies on China in Transition, Routledge, LONDON, pp.

XV-+, Conference on Shifting Social Spaces in Chinas Transition Environmentalism, Public Participation and Popular Protest, 22/04/Cited by: 1.

This book explores this question by focusing on one of the most active areas of Chinese civil society: the 's Embedded Activism argues that China's semi-authoritarian limitations on the freedom of association and speech, coupled with increased social spaces for civic action has created a milieu in which activism occurs in an embedded fashion.

China’s Embedded Activism: Opportunities and Constraints of a Social Movement, Peter Ho and Richard Louis Edmonds. London and New York: Routledge, xviii + pp.

£; $ ISBN Cited by: 1. CHINA'S EMBEDDED ACTIVISM: Editors: P Ho, R Edmonds: Place of Publication: LONDON: Publisher: Routledge: Pages: Number of pages: ISBN (Print) Publication status: Published - Event: Conference on Shifting Social Spaces in Chinas Transition Environmentalism, Public Participation and Popular Protest - Duration Cited by: The contributors to China's Embedded Activism focus on the environmental realm - one of the most active areas of civil society in modern China.

Reviews User-contributed reviews. China's Embedded Activism 出版社: Routledge 副标题: Opportunities and constraints of a social movement 出版年: 页数: 定价: USD 装帧: Paperback ISBN: 豆瓣评分. Since the mids, the Internet has revolutionized popular expression in China, enabling users to organize, protest, and influence public opinion in unprecedented ways.

Guobin Yang's pioneering study maps an innovative range of contentious forms and practices linked to Chinese cyberspace, delineating a nuanced and dynamic image of the Chinese Internet as an arena for.

Abstract. This article studies the socio-legal activism of Yirenping, a Beijing-based NGO dedicated to equality rights and anti-discrimination. This article argues that Yirenping’s legal activism is embedded in China’s social and legal systems, and its success or failure to mobilize social-legal action depends on the resourcefulness and quality of the community which it tries to by: 3.

China’s Embedded Activism argues that China’s semi-authoritarian limitations on the freedom of association and speech, coupled with increased social spaces for civic action has created a milieu in which activism occurs in an embedded fashion.

The semi-authoritarian atmosphere is restrictive of, but paradoxically, also conducive to nationwide, collective action with less risk of social instability and Brand: Taylor And Francis. China's embedded activism: opportunities and constraints of a social movement.

[Peter Ho; Richard L Edmonds;] -- Rich in case studies about environmental civic organisations in China, and written by a team of experts on social movements, NGOs, democratisation, and civil society, this book addresses a wide.

Embedded Courts is laden with tension. Chinese courts are organized as a singular and unified system yet grassroots courts in urban and rural regions differ greatly in the way they use the law and are as diverse as the populations they by: 4.

In Queer/Tongzhi China: New Perspectives on Research, Activism and Media Cultures, Elisabeth L. Engebretsen and William F. Schroeder, with Hongwei Bao, offer a volume of essays that explores queer activist communities in China, traversing such themes as media representation, queer filmmaking and film festivals and autoethnographic collection weaves together academic research.

Transnationalism and the tradition of protest in China's incipient civil society provide cultural and social resources to online activism. Even Internet businesses have encouraged contentious activities, generating an unusual synergy between commerce and activism.China's Embedded Activism: Opportunities and constraints of a In recent years China has been remarkable in achieving extraordinary economic transformation, yet without fundamental political change.