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A Definition, Classification, and Report on Rural Civil Organization in China

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This article explores a definition and typology of rural civil organization and proceeds with an analysis of several of the most active types. Its discussion departs from a broadly-used definition of “civil organizations” into an explanation of “rural civil organization”. Next, it applies a classification system based on three parameters: civil organization-State relationship; civil organization-members relationship; and models for satisfying members’ needs. Finally, it introduces recent developments from the most important important types of rural civil organization.

Affiliations: 1: Renmin University, School of Agricultural Economics and Rural Development


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