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This book examines how the Chinese state responds to the increasingly diverse civil society and maintains regime stability in a changing society. In recent years, the Chinese leadership has demonstrated great capability of adapting and developing sophisticated mechanisms of social control. The chapters in this book cover a wide range of these mechanisms, including co-opting social forces, managing population and migration, as well as controlling the media, trade unions, the internet, non-governmental organisations, and the cultural industries. The authors also discuss challenges the government is about to face and possible adjustments.
The State and New Social Forces:
The Chinese Leadership and the Internet (LYE Liang Fook and YANG Yi)
Managing Social Media in China: A Fresh Campaign Against Internet Celebrities (CHEN Gang)
China's Crackdowns on "Internet Rumours" and "Illegal" Internet Publicity Activities (WU Mei)
Non-Governmental Organisations and Government in China: Enemies or Allies? (WONG Man Lai, Sonia)
The State and Social Reforms:
Chinese Trade Unions: Development and Dilemmas (QI Dongtao and HUANG Jingyang)
China's Hukou Reform: New Guidelines and Implications (ZHAO Litao)
Improving Local Governance without Democratisation: Community-Building in Shanghai (SHI Fayong)
China's Initiatives in "Social Management" (SHAN Wei)
The State and Institutional Changes:
The Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference: Co-opting Social and Political Forces in a One-Party State (YEW Chiew Ping)
Cultural Institutional Reform and the Changing Society in China (ZHONG Sheng)
Religions and Chinese Socialism: China's Religious Policies Since the 1990s (LAI Hongyi)
Readership: Academics, undergraduate and graduate students, professionals, policymakers interested in China's rising civil society, China's state-society relations and governance of rising civil society.