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Theoretical Model Of The Growth Of Rights In Public Law

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This chapter talks about the general principles of the relationship of rights and obligations between members of Chinese society and public power; that is, the relationship of rights and obligations in its public law sense. It explores some kind of general theoretical framework that explicates the emergence and growth of rights in public law, and then provides an outline and explanation for conditions and process of the growth and emergence of rural citizens' rights in public law since 1978. The author has taken needs and responsibilities as paired core concepts and developed from this to set out a corresponding system of categories in an attempt to formulate a theoretical model capable of giving a full explanation of the growth of rights in public law.

Keywords: citizen's rights; need-responsibility relationship; public law; right-obligation relationship; rural Chinese society



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