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The Relationship Between State And Society In The Age Of Reform: Administrative Absorption Of Society

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This chapter offers some judgments concerning the state of the third sector in Mainland China and on this foundation offer a theoretical summary of the relationship between the State and society in Mainland China. The chapter attempts to summarize systematically the shifts that have taken place in China's society over the 30 years of the Reform and Opening from the perspective of organizations. It analyzes the government's behavior, the government's basic approach to administration of civil organizations, and its effects on the development of China's third sector. The chapter describes the government's legal and regulatory system for the administration of civil organizations.

Keywords: Mainland China; society; third sector



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