How Can Rural China Respond to the Challenges of Globalization?

Chan Wing Wa Edwina

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.

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Asian Social Science   ISSN 1911-2017 (Print)   ISSN 1911-2025 (Online)

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