The Chinese Communist Party As Organizational Emperor: Culture, Reproduction and Transformation [NOOK Book]

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The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is one of the largest and most powerful political organizations, and China's rapid rise has allowed CCP to extend its influence throughout the globe. This book explores the CCP transformation as a form of 'organizational emperor', and its ability to survive potential democracy.

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The Chinese Communist Party As Organizational Emperor: Culture, Reproduction and Transformation

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Overview

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is one of the largest and most powerful political organizations, and China's rapid rise has allowed CCP to extend its influence throughout the globe. This book explores the CCP transformation as a form of 'organizational emperor', and its ability to survive potential democracy.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780203863213
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis, Inc.
  • Publication date: 12/9/2009
  • Series: China Policy Series
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 272
  • File size: 688 KB

Meet the Author

Books (in English)



  1. Technological Empowerment: The Internet, the State and Society in China, Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2008.


  2. De Facto Federalism in China: Reforms and Dynamics of Central-Local Relations, Singapore and London: World Scientific Publishing, 2007


  3. Globalization and State Transformation in China, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004 (cloth and paper editions). (This book is also in Chinese language.)


  4. Will China Become Democratic? Elite, Class, and Regime Transition, Singapore, London and New York: Eastern Universities Press, 2004.


  5. . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1999 (cloth and paper editions). (This book is now also in Korean language.)



Edited volumes




  1. China’s Information and Communications Technology Revolution: Social changes and state responses, co-edited with Zhang Xiaoling, London: Routledge, 2009.


  2. China in the New International Order, co-edited with Wang Gungwu, London: Routledge, 2008.


  3. China’s Opening Society: The Non-State Sector and Governance, co-edited with Joseph Fewsmith, London: Routledge, 2008.


  4. Sources of Conflict and Cooperation in the Taiwan Strait, co-edited with Raymond Wu, Singapore and London: World Scientific, 2006.


  5. The Chinese Communist Party in Reform, co-edited with Kjeld Erik Brodsgaard, New York and London: Routledge, 2006.


  6. The SARS Epidemic: Challenges to China’s Crisis Management, co-edited with John Wong, Singapore and London: World Scientific, 2004.


  7. Bringing the Party Back In: The Party and Governance in China, co-edited with Kjeld Erik Brodsgaard, Singapore, London and New York, Eastern Universities Press, 2004.


  8. Damage Control: The Chinese Communist Party in the Jiang Zemin Era. Co-edited with Wang Gungwu. Singapore, London and New York: Eastern Universities Press, 2003.


  9. China’s Post-Jiang Leadership Succession: Problems and Perspectives. Co-edited with John Wong. London and Singapore: World Scientific/Singapore University Press, 2002.


  10. The Nanxun Legacy and China’s Development in the Post-Deng Era. Co-edited with John Wong. London and Singapore: World Scientific/Singapore University Press, 2001.


  11. Reform, Legitimacy and Dilemmas: Politics and Society in China. Co-edited with Wang Gungwu. London and Singapore: World Scientific/Singapore University Press, 2000.

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Table of Contents

1. Bringing the Chinese Communist Party Back In 2. The Chinese Communist Party as Organizational Emperor: identity, culture and politics 3. From Individual to Organization: the transformation of the emperorship 4. Elite Politics and Power Succession: institutions, rules, and norms 5. The Party Domination of the State 6. Hegemonization over Social Forces: domination and legitimacy 7. The CCP Party School: discourse, action and hegemony 8. The Organizational Emperorship, Transformation and China’s Democratic Future

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