This sociological study examines the religious movement Falun Gong within the context of the contentious politics literature. Using the 1989 democracy movement as a comparative case, the author explains Falun Gong´s intensive grassroots mobilization, its significance for China, and its implications for understanding religious and political movements.
New Media and China´s Social Development:Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2017
Social Cohesion In Greater China: Challenges For Social Policy And Governance:Challenges for Social Policy and Governance
SOCIAL STRUCTURE OF CONTEMPORARY CHINA: