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The Price of China's Economic DevelopmentPower, Capital, and the Poverty of Rights$
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Zhaohui Hong

Print publication date: 2015

Print ISBN-13: 9780813161150

Published to Kentucky Scholarship Online: January 2016

DOI: 10.5810/kentucky/9780813161150.001.0001

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Political Culture

Political Culture

Combining Tradition and Innovation with “Chinese Characteristics”

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(p.59) 3 Political Culture
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The Price of China's Economic Development
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Zhaohui Hong

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University Press of Kentucky
DOI:10.5810/kentucky/9780813161150.003.0004

Emphasizing the formation of the power-capital culture as the price of China’s economic development, chapter 3 studies the emergence and characteristics of the power-capital culture. It uses the civic culture as an analytical reference in discussing the common characteristics of both the Confucian culture and Chinese Communist culture in terms of their lack of individual rights, civic participation, and social tolerance. Based on case studies of the Sichuan earthquake and the Beijing Olympics in 2008, chapter 3 argues that the new, hybrid power-capital culture denotes limited civic participation in the political process and selective social tolerance. The chapter also proposes a “triangular framework” to reflect on the uniqueness, utilitarianism, and endurance of the resultant Chinese political culture.

Keywords:   power-capital culture, political culture, civic culture, Confucian culture, Communist culture, individual rights, civic participation, tolerance

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