By examining social transformation and political participation theories, this book focuses on the core concept of non-institutional political participation, which is classified into two types: induced participation and imposed participation. This classification has changed the tradition of dichotomizing political participation as either legal or illegal and enriched the conceptualization of political participation. Based on an investigation of the characteristics of Chinese peasants and the relations between interests, authority and political participation, the book examines the changes in interest structures and modes of control in rural China during the transformation period, and proposes a political participation model built upon mutual benefits.?
In Liberal Arts Education in a Changing Society: A New Perspective on Chinese Higher Education You Guo Jiang, S. J. provides a unique focus on the re-emergence of liberal arts education in China. This is the first book that explores in depth the development of liberal arts education in China. Through the extensive use of first hand materials relating to the liberal arts and current viewpoints of Chinese scholars and higher education leaders, Jiang concludes that China must implement a good liberal arts education program to form responsible global citizens.
KEYNOTE Use the rules of combat to win in the marketplace! ?This second edition of the bestselling title includes new examples, a new introduction, and an updated text ?Adams Media?s Sun Tzu series has sold nearly 200,000 copies ?Includes new case studies on companies including Google, Amazon.com, Toyota, and more ?As China emerges as a major economic force in today?s world, Western business leaders can thrive by adopting the strategic arts taught by the ancient military theorist Sun Tzu. In fifty accessible strategies, Gerald Michaelson?s top-selling book breaks down Sun Tzu?s lessons to help executives succeed as leaders and overcome the competition. Now, in this fully updated edition, Steven Michaelson offers new examples drawn from companies ranging from Amazon.com to Toyota to Google as well as a revised introduction, and updated content that puts Sun Tzu in context for modern business challenges. Here is the wisdom?tested for twenty-ive centuries?that helps managers seize the advantage, storm their competitors? gates, and conquer the marketplace! AUTHOR: Gerald Michaelson lectured on Sun Tzu in China at the invitation of the Chinese government. He traveled extensively throughout Asia as a management coach and delivered workshops on five continents. Steven Michaelson is president of FreshDirect, the fast-growing New York area online retailer. Steven's career spreads over a variety of Operations, Marketing, Merchandising, Sales, and other leadership roles.
This book is written for students who have studied Chinese for two or more years and attained an intermediate level in the Chinese language. Consisting of nine chapters, including functional analysis, comparison of words, syntactic structure and sentence types along with practice exercises, the book provides a basic outline of Chinese grammar.Emphasizes important points and highlights discriminations.
World-renowned Jesus scholar Marcus J. Borg shows how we can live passionately as Christians in today's world by practicing the vital elements of Christian faith.
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