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Civil society and political change in Asia: expanding and contracting democratic space

Author: Alagappa, Muthiah Publisher: Stanford University Press, 2004.Language: EnglishDescription: 528 p. : Graphs ; 23 cm.ISBN: 0804750971Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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Civil Society and Political Change in Asia Expanding and Contracting Democratic Space Contents Preface Acronyms and Abbreviations Contributors Introduction MUTHIAH ALAGAPPA ix xv xxi 1 Part I. Conceptual Perspective 1. Civil Society and Political Change: An Analytical Framework MUTHIAH ALAGAPPA 25 Part II. Legitimate Civil Society: Negotiating Democratic Space 2. Indonesia: Transformation of Civil Society and Democratic Breakthrough EDWARD ASPINALL 61 3. The Philippines: Fractious Civil Society and Competing Visions of Democracy JENNIFER C. FRANCO 97 138 164 191 4. South Korea: Confrontational Legacy and Democratic Contributions SUNHYUK KIM 5. Taiwan: No Civil Society, No Democracy YUN FAN 6. India: Expanding and Contracting Democratic Space AMITABH BEHAR AND ASEEM PRAKASH vi Contents 7. Japan: Social Capital Without Advocacy ROBERT PEKKANEN 223 Part III. Controlled and Communalized Civil Society: Challenging and Reinforcing the State 8. Malaysia: Construction of Counterhegemonic Narratives and Agendas MEREDITH L. WEISS 259 292 324 9. Sri Lanka: Ethnic Domination, Violence, and Illiberal Democracy NEIL DEVOTTA 10. Singapore: Engagement and Autonomy Within the Political Status Quo SUZAINA KADIR Part IV Repressed Civil Society: Penetrated, Co-opted, and Avoiding the State 11. Pakistan: Civil Society in the Service of an Authoritarian State AQIL SHAH 357 389 419 12. Burma: Civil Society Skirting Regime Rules KYAW YIN HLAING 13. China: The Limits of Civil Society in a Late Leninist State MARY E. GALLAGHER Part V. Conclusion 14. The Nonstate Public Sphere in Asia: Dynamic Growth, Institutionalization Lag MUTHIAH ALAGAPPA 455 15. Civil Society and Democratic Change: Indeterminate Connection, Transforming Relations MUTHIAH ALAGAPPA 478 Index 509

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