The Power of Ideas: Intellectul Input And Political Change in East And Southeast Asia

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Format: Hardcover
Pub. Date: 2006-01-30
Publisher(s): Univ of Hawaii Pr
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Table of Contents

Contributors viii
1. Introduction
Claudia Derichs and Thomas Heberer
2. Discourses, Intellectuals, Collective Behaviour and Political Change Theoretical Aspects of Discourses
Thomas Heberer
3. The Role of Asian Intellectuals in a Globalized Economy: A Commentary
Lee Lai To
4. Diffusion and Spill-Over Effects: Intellectuals' Discourse and Its Extension into Policy-Making in Japan
Karin Adelsberger
5. Bottom-Up Travel of Ideas for Political Reform in Malaysia
Claudia Derichs
6. Discourses on Political Reform and Democratization in Transitional China
He Zengke
7. Discourses on Democracy and Political Reform in Contemporary South Korea
Sunhyuk Kim
8. Political Dissent and Political Reform in Vietnam 1997-2002
Carlyle A. Thayer
9. New Trends in Chinese Thought: Economics and Morality
Olga N. Borokh
10. Village Elections and Three Discourses on Democracy 150(16)
Baogang He
11. Why Do We Look at Political Discourse in Vietnam? 166(18)
Patrick Raszelenberg
12. The Discourse on Contemporary Chinese Nationalism — An Alternative Reading 184(18)
Gunter Schubert
13. Regional Community-Building in Asia? Transnational Discourses, Identity- and Institution-Building in the Fields of Human and Women's Rights 202(19)
Martina Timmermann
14. The Most Popular Social Movement in China During the 1990's 221(16)
Edward Friedman
15. Chinese Professionals: New Identities and New Style Politics 237(18)
Carol Lee Hamrin
16. NGOs in the Discourse on Political Change and Democratization in Malaysia 255(21)
Saliba Hassan
17. The Impact of Discourses, Institutional Affiliation and Networks among New and Old Elites for Political Reform in China 276(24)
Nom Sausmikat
18. New Ways for Citizens' Movements to Participate in Political Discourse: The Case of Okinawa 300(15)
Gabriele Vogt
Index 315

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