Recent Trends in Chinese State-Society Relations: Topics, Approaches, Methods
Eine Veranstaltung der Graduate School of East Asian Studies.
Lynette Ong is Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Toronto, Department of Political Science and the Asian Institute, Munk School of Global Affairs.
Professor Ong’s theoretical interests are authoritarian politics and the political economy of development. She studies contentious politics and repression in China, particularly with respect to land acquisition and housing demolition, and has a broader interest in how social mobilization take shape in authoritarian countries, and the nexus between protest and repression in non-democratic settings.
9:00 Welcome (Elena Meyer-Clement, FUB)
9:10 Lynette Ong (University of Toronto): “Outsourcing of State Repression in China: “Thugs-for-Hire” and Market Brokers”
9:45 Sabrina Habich-Sobiegalla (FUB): “Freedom to Choose in China’s Dam Resettlement: Experiences of ‘Self-organized’ Migrant Households”
10:20 Genia Kostka (FUB): “Public Acceptance of China’s Emerging Social Credit System: Designing a Mobile Phone App Survey Across China”
10:55 Coffee Break
11:15 Katja Levy (FUB): “The Search of Civil Society in Xi Jinping's China“
11:50 Trends and challenges in studying Chinese state-society relations today
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Zeit & Ort
20.02.2018 | 09:00 - 12:30
Freie Universität Berlin, Fabeckstr. 23-25, 14195 Berlin, Room 2.2051 (Holzlaube)