Heike Holbig

Krise und politische Legitimität in Chinas langem 20. Jahrhundert

Chapter in edited Volume | 2015


  • Published in

    Der Staat in globaler Perspektive: Zur Renaissance der Entwicklungsstaaten

    Editor(s)

    Hans-Jürgen Burchardt

    Stefan Peters

    Publisher

    Campus

    Pages

    125-147

    ISBN

    978-3-593-50317-2

    Location

    Frankfurt/Main

    GIGA Focus Asia | 2/2016

    "He who says C must say D" — China’s Attempt to Become the "World’s Largest Democracy"

    Prof. Dr. Heike Holbig

    Senior Research Fellow / Editor GIGA Focus Asia

    Günter Schucher

    Formerly Senior Research Fellow

    Research Project | 01/01/2010 - 01/12/2016

    Ideological Change and Regime Legitimacy in China

    In the eyes of most contemporary witnesses, the collapse of the Soviet Union signaled the end of ideology. At least in the case of China, this was a hasty assumption. Over the past two decades, we have observed a reemphasis on party ideology in the People’s Republic. Ideology has again become a key resource for the legitimation of party-state power. The objective of the research project has been to analyze changes in party ideology and assess the implications for the legitimacy of party rule.
    BMBF, 2010-2016

    Dr. Maria Bondes

    Sandra Heep

    Prof. Dr. Björn Alpermann

    Prof. Dr. Thomas Heberer

    Prof. Dr. Keping Yu

    Prof. Dr. Josef Gregory Mahoney

    Prof. Dr. Gunter Schubert

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