转型中的政府与市民社会

出版时间:2005-5   出版时间:世界知识出版社   作者:张蕴岭   页数:301  
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转型中的政府与市民社会
内容概要

  《转型中的政府与市民社会(英文版)》是全世界最畅销的反映纳粹德国历史的巨著,它精彩绝伦地记述了被希特勒称为“千秋帝国”而实际上只存在了12年零4个月的第三帝国从兴起到覆灭的全部过程。在短短的12年中,不可一世
书籍目录

PrefaceIntroductionNetwork
Building
Between
State
and
Society
in
the
Asian
ContextThe
Role
of
the
State
in
Managing
Social
Transition:
The
Malaysian
ExperienceDemocratic
Transformation
and
Non-Traditional
Security
Challenges
of
Republic
of
KoreaSocio-economic
Transition,
Conflict
and
Government
in
ChinaThe
Role
of
Government
in
China's
Social
TransitionUnderstanding
the
Causes
of
Terrorism:
A
Preliminary
Quantitative
AnalysisThe
Role
of
Government
and
NGO
in
Managing
Non-Traditional
Security
Issues
in
East
AsiaEmergence
of
NGOs
in
Contemporary
JapanNGOs
and
Social
Protection:
The
Philippine
ExperienceThe
Development
and
Role
of
Civil
Society
in
Cambodia
章节摘录

  As
it
is
usually
defined,
the
state-society
linkage
is
primarily
an
examination
of
"states
in
relation
to
particular
kinds
of
socio
economic
and
political
environments
populated
by
actors
with 
given
interests
and
resources"
(Skocpol,
1985).
Within
this
con- 
text,
the
state
is
"an
organizational
entity
that
is
at
least
partially
separate
from
the
larger
society
of
which
it
is
a
part.
While the
society
encompasses
the
wider
territorial
entity,
the
state
is the
political
organization
that
asserts
rulership
of
the
society.
It  is
the
administrative,
legal,
and
political
institutions
that
together
monopolize
legitimate
force
and
territorial
sovereignty
within
its
borders"
( Ikenberry,
2003).  In
conjunction
with
the
rapid
economic
growth
in
East
and
Southeast
Asia
during
the
1970s/1980s,
various
explanations
have
been
advanced
to
interpret
this
new
phenomenon.
Two
schools
of
thought
emerged,
Institutionalist
and
Statist
approaches.
As
a
variation
of
the
former
approach,
the
neo-Classic
explanation
looks
at
non-state
variables.
It
stresses
export-oriented,
market-driven
industrialization
through
a
pursuit
of
com-
parative
advantages
and
contends
that
East
Asian
governments
"did
not
try
to
overwhelm
the
market,
and
were
flexible
enough
to
adjust
policies
when
necessary".
This
Institutionalism
can
be
seen
as
an
approach
that
"(1)
incorporates
private
sector
and,
public
sector
arrangements,
(2)
appreciates
the
coalitional
bases
of
such
arrangements,
and
(3)
recognizes
the
utility
of
combining
political
support
for
local
firms
with
pressure
on
them
to
con-
form
to
market
forces".
In
this
view,
developmental
states
are
one
component
of,
one
participant
in,
broader
institutions
that
provide
solutions
to
the
collective
action
problems
common
to
developing
nations
(Doner,
1992)  ……
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