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Title HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
Published London : Routledge, 2018
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Contents Defining human rights in the People's Republic of China / John F. Copper -- Building a network of controls : a chronological outline / Yuan-li Wu -- Law : a tool of power / Franz Michael -- Human rights and the Chinese political system / John F. Copper -- The economy : an object of experimentation / Yuan-li Wu -- Ideology, reality, and human rights / Franz Michael -- Counterrevolutionaries / A. James Gregor -- Victims by economic category : farmers, businesspeople, and workers / Yuan-li Wu -- Intellectuals and "democratic elements" : a distrusted underclass / Ta-ling Lee -- Red guards and political dissidents (I) : tools of violence and power struggle / Ta-ling Lee -- Red guards and political dissidents (II) : victims beyond a generation / Ta-ling Lee -- Factions / Maria Hsia Chang -- Women / Maria Hsia Chang -- Non-Chinese nationalities and religious communities / Franz Michael -- Let the record speak for itself / Yuan-li Wu and Franz Michael
Summary This book examines the effects that political institutions, the legal system, and economic policies have had on the human rights record in the PRC since 1949. The authors first address the problems of assessing political liberties in a nation that emphasizes economic over civil rights and that has traditionally valued collective rights over individ
Notes Wu, Yuan-li
Subject Human rights -- China.
Human rights.
POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Political Freedom & Security -- Civil Rights.
POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Political Freedom & Security -- Human Rights.
China.
Form Electronic book
Author Wu, Yuan-li, author.
吳元黎, author.
ISBN 0429043996
0429701969
0429721978
0429741987
9780429043994
9780429701962
9780429721977
9780429741982