China's Political System provides a concise introduction to the political, economic, and social factors that determine China's government. Highly respected specialist June Teufel Dreyer offers expert analysis of the challenges facing China's economic, legal, military, social, and cultural institutions while examining the historical context and current trends. China's Political System asks readers to think about the broader problem of governance in China and their global implications by comprehensively showing how the past and present impact leaders, citizens, ethnic minorities, and policies.
New to the 10th Edition
- the first text to incorporate results from the 19th Party Congress.
- includes a new chapter on developments under Xi Jinping
- considers the effects of slowing economic growth on politics and society
- addresses recent Chinese assertiveness in military and foreign policy
The 10th edition of China's Political System continues to provide all of the tools professors need to introduce their students to Chinese politics in ways that are informed, accessible and intriguing.
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6 s/w Photographien bzw. Rasterbilder, 14 s/w Zeichnungen, 20 s/w Abbildungen, 6 s/w Tabellen
20 b/w images, 6 tables, 6 halftones and 14 line drawings
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June Teufel Dreyer is professor of political science at the University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida, a past commissioner of the congressionally established U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission, and a fellow of the Foreign Policy Research Institute. She is the author of Middle Kingdom and Empire of the Rising Sun: Sino-Japanese Relations Past and Present (Oxford University Press); China's Forty Millions: Minority Nationalities and National Integration in the People's Republic of China (Harvard University Press); editor of Chinese Defense and Foreign Policy (Paragon House) and Asian-Pacific Regional Defense (Paragon House), and co-editor of U.S.-China Relations in the 21st Century (Lexington) and Contemporary Tibet: Politics, Development, and Society in a Disputed Region (M.E. Sharpe).
- The Chinese Tradition
- Reformers, Warlords, and Communists
- PRC Politics Under Mao: 1949-1976
- Deng Xiaoping and His Protégés: 1976-2012
- The Era of Xi Jinping
- The Politics of the Economy
- Crime and Punishment: The Legal System of the PRC
- The Role of the Military
- Quality-of-Life Issues: Health, Demography, and the Environment
- Conformity and Dissent: The Arts, the Media, and Social Control
- Ethnic Minorities and National Integration
- Foreign Policy
'June Teufel Dreyer is among the most internationally respected experts on China. This book convincingly demonstrates why. It has been and will continue to be a must-read for generations of students, scholars, and the general public.' - Jing Sun, Associate Professor, University of Denver
'Dreyer expertly examines and provides a comprehensive, up-to-date overview of the internal and external pressures and changes and continuities that have propelled political, social, and economic developments in contemporary China. From the republican era and the rise of the Chinese communists to post-Mao reforms and China's globalization, Dreyer surveys events, peoples, institutions, and policymaking and their implications within China and for the world.' - Roselyn Hsueh, Temple University, author of China's Regulatory State: A New Strategy for Globalization
'June Teufel Dreyer's latest edition of China's Political System continues the high standard that has been evident in each previous edition. In a crowded field of textbooks on Chinese politics, the two areas that distinguish the best books are comprehensiveness in terms of the coverage of important topics and material that is not only up-to-date but will not become dated quickly. Dreyer has succeeded admirably on both counts, with the high quality of the new chapter on The Era of Xi Jinping and the discussion of the results of the 19th Party Congress, making this the best textbook on Chinese politics currently on the market.' - Stanley Rosen, Professor of Political Science, University of Southern California