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The Chinese Communist Party as Organizational Emperor : Culture, reproduction, and transformation - Zheng Yongnian

The Chinese Communist Party as Organizational Emperor

Culture, reproduction, and transformation

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The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is the largest and one of the most powerful, political organizations in the world today, which has played a crucial role in initiating most of the major reforms of the past three decades in China. China's rapid rise has enabled the CCP to extend its influence throughout the globe, but the West remains uncertain whether the CCP will survive China's ongoing socio-economic transformation and become a democratic country.

it is an entirely different breed of political party from those in the West - an organizational emperor, wielding its power in a similar way to Chinese emperors of the past. Using social and political theory, this book examines the CCP's transformation in the reform era, and how it is now struggling to maintain the continuing domination of its imperial power. The author argues that the CCP has managed these changes as a proactive player throughout, and that the nature of the CCP implies that as long as the party is transforming itself in accordance to socio-economic changes, the structure of party dominion over the state and society will not be allowed to change.

Bringing the Chinese Communist party back in -- The Chinese Communist party as organizational emperor: -- Identity, culture and politics -- From individual to organization: -- The transformation of the emperorship -- Elite politics and power succession: -- Institutions, rules, and norms -- The party domination of the state -- Hegemonization over social forces: -- Domination and legitimacy -- The CCP party school: -- Discourse, action and hegemony -- The organizational emperorship, transformation and China's democratic.

ISBN: 9780203863213
ISBN-10: 0203863216
Format: PDF
Language: English
Published: 7th December 2009