Democracy In China

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The transformation and reshaping of Chinese Society before and after Mao Tse-tung Introduction: 1. Background of Chinese society development 2. Personal assumptions about China 3. China’s new orthodoxy: Marxism (Marxism+Mao=PCC) Idea&Puzzle: 1. Why Mao Tsetung government believe a constant reshaping is important for the developt of the Chinese Society? 2. Does all this reshaping benefied the Society or not? Which kind of develop had brought this constants reshaps? Arguments and Main hypothesis (Concepts&measurements) 1. How various economic, cultural and political forces affect Chinese society reshaping during the globalization process. 2. Results of transformations in the economy and the society after Mao Tsetung. Brief Literature review: Answer to my puzzle ( Theories&inference) Articles about this topic: 1. A Businessman Looks at Red China, by James S. Duncan, former President and Chairman of Massey-Ferguson, 1965 ,Canada. 2. AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY ASIAN STUDIES Virtual library: 3. China Education and Research Network: 4. Edgard Snow bibliografy about Chinese economic develop Research design&methods: help ppls to understand my argument 1. Case study –Why China’s economic, socio-cultural and political reshaping occured in a faster and different way than in other Occident countries? (why I choose this one) 2. Explain case Data TRANSFORMATION AND RESHAPING OF CHINESE SOCIETY INTRODUCTION The transformation of a social group or community is a many-side affair, involving changes on both material and psychological planes. This predicates not only a change in the means of production, but an irreversible process of change in attitudes toward many arbitraty or accepted “values.” It is this

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