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The individualization of Chinese society

Yunxiang Yan

The individualization of Chinese society

by Yunxiang Yan

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Published by Berg Publishers in Oxford, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Individualism -- China,
  • Social change -- China,
  • China -- Social conditions -- 2000-

  • Edition Notes

    StatementYunxiang Yan.
    SeriesLondon School of Economics monographs on social anthropology -- vol. 77
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHN733.5 .Y357 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24062918M
    ISBN 109781847883797, 9781847883780
    LC Control Number2009045255

    Hansen, M. and Svarverud, R, IChina: The Rise of the Individual in Modern Chinese Society, Copenhagen: NIAS Press. See the library reading list for this module (Canterbury) Learning outcomes. 1 Demonstrate an in-depth understanding of the changing character and implications of individualization in contemporary society.   A strength of this volume is that its authors succeed in depicting the individualization process in conceptually acute and empirically sensitive terms, and as something with its own distinctively Chinese profile. That makes this book a ‘must read’ for all those wanting to understand present-day Chinese society, with all of its ambivalences Author: China-Underground.

    1. Introduction. Individualization is regarded one of the most important processes which has changed society dramatically. It is widely acknowledged that society has experienced, and still encounters, a shift from central authority towards individual freedom and personal autonomy. A Japanese edition of Beck’s Risk Society. Ulrich Beck was invited to Japan and participated in three symposiums organized by Japanese sociologists in the autumn of The main theme discussed at those academic conferences was the varying process of ‘individualization’ going on in .

    1. Br J Sociol. Sep;61(3) doi: /jx. The Chinese path to individualization. Yan Y(1). Author information: (1)Department of Anthropology, University of California, Los Angeles, USA. [email protected] This article explores the rise of the individual and the consequential individualization of society which should be viewed as a reflexive part of China's Cited by: Explores the individualization of Chinese social, economic and political life - not only changing perceptions of the individual but also rising expectations for individual freedom, choice and individuality. This book is suitable for those wanting to understand Chinese society, with its ambivalences, contingencies and contradictions.


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The book presents a wide range of detailed case studies focusing on the impact of economic policy, patterns of. The Individualization of Chinese Society by Yunxiang Yan Article in The Journal of Asian Studies 70(1) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Jørgen Delman.

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Chinese society has seen phenomenal change in the last 30 years. Two of the most profound changes have been the rise of the individual in both public and private spheres and the consequent individualization of Chinese society itself. Yet, despite China's recent dramatic entrance into global politics and economics, neither of these significant shifts has been fully analysed.

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Yet, despite China's recent dramatic entrance into global politics and economics, neither of these significant shifts has been fully analysed. China presents an. Individualization argues that we are in the midst of a fundamental change in the nature of society and politics.

This change hinges around two processes: globalization and individualization. The book demonstrates that individualization is a structural characteristic of highly differentiated societies, and does not imperil social cohesion, but actually makes it possible.

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By the turn of the 21 st century, Yan argues that a twofold social transformation had taken place, encompassing both the rise of the individual and the individualization of the social structure.

He contends that even those in socially Cited by: