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Crisis and Transformation in China's Hong Kong : Hong Kong Becoming China (Hardcover) - Ming K. Chan

Crisis and Transformation in China's Hong Kong

Hong Kong Becoming China (Hardcover)

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Published: 19th July 2002
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Since its return to Chinese sovereignty in 1997 Hong Kong has been undergoing a sweeping transformation. This book is a multidisciplinary assessment of the new regime and key issues, challenges, crises, and opportunities confronting the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. Leading scholars document and examine major developments and unfolding trends, and also speculate on different aspects of Hong Kong's gradual integration with China and possible trajectories for the future. They cover the political, electoral, and administrative systems; Hong Kong's legal and constitutional functioning; language policy and education reforms; media politics and cultural trends; and the Asian economic crisis, economic development, and land-use planning.

List of Tables and Figures
Series General Editors' Foreword
Foreword
Acknowledgments
About the Editors and Contributors
Introduction: The Hong Kong SAR in Flux
Hong Kong and the Reconstruction of China's Political Order
Realpolitik Realignment of the Democratic Camp in the Hong Kong SAR
Changing Political Cleavages in Post-1997 Hong Kong: A study of the Changes through the Electoral Arena
The 1999 District Councils Elections
Transformation of the Civil Service System
Chapter One of Hong Kong's New Constitution: Constitutional Positioning and Repositioning
Legal Facets of Hong Kong SAR Economic Development: Colonial Legacy and Constitutional Constraint
Hong Kong's Economy Since 1997
"Fifty years No Change"? Land-Use Planning and Development in Hong Kong Under Constitutional Capitalism
Hong Kong's Language Policy in the Postcolonial Age: Social Justice and Globalization
The Transformation of Academic Autonomy in Hong Kong
Walking on a Tight Rope: Hong Kong's Media Facing Political and Economic Challenges Since Sovereignty Transfer
Postcolonial Cultural Trends in Hong Kong: Imagining the Local, the National, and the global
Conclusion: Crisis and Transformation in the Hong Kong SAR-Toward Soft Authoritarian Developmentalism?
Index
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ISBN: 9780765610003
ISBN-10: 0765610000
Series: Hong Kong Becoming China (Hardcover)
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 384
Published: 19th July 2002
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 22.9 x 15.2  x 3.07
Weight (kg): 0.7