Re-understanding of contemporary Chinese political development : qualitative-quantitative analysis / Leizhen Zang.  (Text) (Text)

Zang, Leizhen
Call no.: DS779.46 .Z364 2019Publication: Singapore : Springer, c2019Description: xi, 168 p. : ill. (some col.)ISBN: 9811312494; 9789811312496Subject(s): Qualitative research -- ChinaQuantitative research -- ChinaChina -- Politics and government -- 21st centuryLOC classification: DS779.46 | .Z364 2019
Contents:Part I. Macro government reform and its consequences -- Balancing local concerns and global views: Western administrative theory in China's reform practices -- The special-issue-oriented governance and its practice in China -- The economic impact of anti-corruption campaigns: new materials for new research agendas in China -- Part II. Micro political development and its challenge -- Are Chinese college graduates satisfied with serving as village officials? An evaluation with nationwide survey data -- Kindergarten matters: second birth intention of floating population in Chinese urbanization process -- Part III. New horizon and changes in the Internet age -- Does computer penetration increase farmers' income? An empirical study from China -- Rural-urban effect gap of time spent online on voter turnout in China: evidence from the 2010/2014 national survey.
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Part I. Macro government reform and its consequences -- Balancing local concerns and global views: Western administrative theory in China's reform practices -- The special-issue-oriented governance and its practice in China -- The economic impact of anti-corruption campaigns: new materials for new research agendas in China -- Part II. Micro political development and its challenge -- Are Chinese college graduates satisfied with serving as village officials? An evaluation with nationwide survey data -- Kindergarten matters: second birth intention of floating population in Chinese urbanization process -- Part III. New horizon and changes in the Internet age -- Does computer penetration increase farmers' income? An empirical study from China -- Rural-urban effect gap of time spent online on voter turnout in China: evidence from the 2010/2014 national survey.

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