How can rural China respond to the challenges of globalization?

Wing Wa Edwina CHAN

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Abstract

Globalization is an irreversible development and the main purpose of this paper is to rethink how Mainland China responds to the challenges of globalization in rural area. To achieve this aim, this study will be divided into three parts. First of all, it will examine the phenomenon of privatization and dumping in rural China as a result of globalization. It will then try to consider the feasible top-down administrative changes of Chinese government. The last part will explore the new modalities of political engineering and social transformation of the state-society relation resulted from the bottom-up resistance to globalization. Copyright © 2008 Canadian Center of Science and Education.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)72-76
JournalAsian Social Science
Volume4
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Feb 2008

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globalization
China
privatization
rural area
engineering
Globalization
Rural China
Society
Bottom-up
Rural Areas
Top-down
Mainland China
Modality
Social Transformation
Government
Privatization
Rural areas
Dumping

Citation

Chan, W. W. E. (2008). How can rural China respond to the challenges of globalization? Asian Social Science, 4(2), 72-76.

Keywords

  • Globalization
  • Glocalization
  • Privatization
  • Sino-foreign joint venture
  • Counter-hegemonic consciousness
  • State-society relation
  • Trans-national civil society
  • Submerged networks