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Asian power and politics: the cultural dimensions of authority

Author: Pye, Lucian W. ; Pye, Mary W.Publisher: Harvard University Press, 1985.Language: EnglishDescription: 414 p. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 0674049780Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index


Preface vii 1 2 Asia and Theories of Development 1 31 The Evolution of Asian Concepts of Power East Asia: Varieties of Confucian Authority 55 3 4 5 Southeast Asia: From God-Kings to the Power of Personal Connections 90 The South Asian Subcontinent: Hindu and Muslim Power and the Rewards of Narcissism 233 The Riddle of Japan: The Combining of Competition and Consensus China: The Illusion of Omnipotence 182 3 6 158 7 8 Korea, Taiwan, and Vietnam: Forms of Aggressive Confucianism 215 248 266 9 10 Malaysia: Confrontation of Two Incompatible Cultures Islamic Power: The Pulls of Reformism and Fundamentalism 11 12 The Substance of Asian Power: Formal Structures and Informal Relations Paternalistic Authority and the Triumph of Dependency 320 Notes Index 347 283 397

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