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mass militia system and Chinese modernization.

by Chen-Ya Tien

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Published by Mosaic Press in Oakville, Ont .
Written in English

  • Sociology, Military -- China.,
  • China -- Social conditions.,
  • China -- Politics and government -- 20th century.,
  • China -- Militia.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesCh"üan min chieh ping / Chen-Ya Tien.
    LC ClassificationsUA838.M5 T54 1982
    The Physical Object
    Pagination180 p.
    Number of Pages180
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19795939M
    ISBN 100889621624

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    Chinese Military Modernization and Force Development A Western Perspective By Anthony H. Cordesman, Ashley Hess, and Shifts in the PLA’s Personnel System CHAPTER CHINA’S NUCLEAR FORCES AND WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION Modernization theory is a theory used to explain the process of modernization that a nation goes through as it transitions from a traditional society to a modern one. The theory has not been.

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Militarization and the Chinese approach to modernization; socio-historical background of the mass militia system; institutional data in the mass militia system and Chinese modernization.

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The Mass Militia System and Chinese Modernization. The Militia (Chinese: 民兵; pinyin: Mínbīng) or China Militia (Chinese: 中国民兵; pinyin: Zhōngguó Mínbīng) is the militia part of the armed forces of China, other two parts being the People's Liberation Army (PLA) and the People's Armed Police (PAP).

The Militia is under the leadership of the Communist Party of China (CPC) and serves as an auxiliary and reserve force for the ance: Communist Party of China. This controversy, central to the form which people's war would take, is well covered in Nelson, The Chinese Military System and Roberts, Chinese Military Modernization and the Doctrine of People's War.

All rounds had been won, down toCited by: 7. Chinese Strategy and Military Modernization: A Comparative Analysis. September 1, China’s emergence as a global economic superpower and as a major regional military power in Asia and the Pacific, has had a major impact on its relations with the United States and its neighbors.

The modernization of weaponry continued on 10 October when body armor for pikemen was ruled unnecessary, and, in a key step which placed the colony well ahead of contemporary European armies, on 24 Mayafter the bloody experience of King Philip's War, when every soldier was required to own a flintlock firearm (ref Records Mass.

Introduction After China's defeat in the Opium War, there was great concern about the superiority of the West and fierce debate about how to Wei Yuan (), a scholar and adviser to the government, concluded that the West had beset China because of.

Abstract. This study of Hunan province during China’s Nanjing decade () shows how militia training could play a key role in the extension of state control both over local militia and through militia. China's push toward modernization began when the Qing dynasty, then current rulers of a year-old empire, started to crumble.

The first major blow to the Qing reign came in the midth century, a time when imperialist Western forces were looking to increase trade and influence with countries in the East. The Militia Act of and the Modernization of the Militia. The Militia Act of was the most sweeping reorganization of the militia before the formation of the modern National Guard.

Prior to the enactment of the Militia Act ofthe militias were governed both by the Constitution and the Militia Acts of The latter simply. Shrum, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Dependency. Modernization theory emphasized internal factors while making an exception of science.

Dependency theory and its close relative, world system theory, emphasized the role of external relationships in the developmental process. Relationships with developed countries and particularly with. Mass communication is the communication of information from a person, small group of people, or an organization to a large group of heterogeneous and anonymous people.

Common communication. Changing political relationships and a substantial increase in resources have prompted the Chinese leadership to accelerate the modernization of its armed forces.

Observers, not least the United States, have wondered what objectives China's military buildup is meant to serve. The Chinese government's extreme secrecy about military budgets, force training, and weapon system procurement leaves.

"Inglehart's new book analyzes the most encompassing dataset on political values and orientations ever collected, in order to assess cultural theories of political and economic change.

His well-understood (and subtly reinterpreted) version of modernization theory will. The military modernization program of the Chinese People's Liberation Army which began in the late s had three major focuses. First, under the political leadership of Deng Xiaoping, the military became disengaged from civilian politics and, for the most part, resumed the political quiescence that characterized its pre-Cultural Revolution role.

Deng reestablished civilian control over. Many scholars, often those from non-Western nations, pointed out over the years that modernization theory fails to account for the way Western reliance on colonization, the stolen labor of enslaved people, and theft of land and resources provided the wealth and material resources necessary for the pace and scale of development in the West (see postcolonial theory for extensive discussions.

Happily, Western analysts of the Chinese military may have a better chance to get right the issue of China’s modernization goals than whether China’s military technology programs will succeed.

After all, China leaders continue to proclaim the validity of Sun Tzu and to repeat Deng Xiaoping’s guidance tao guang yang hui (conceal our. Andrew S. Erickson and Conor M. Kennedy, “China’s Maritime Militia,” CNA Corporation, 7 March An important component of China’s local armed forces is the militia—an armed mass organization of mobilizable personnel who retain their normal economic responsibilities in.

China launched the two Type Ds on Friday in Dalian, less than a year after it launched two Type destroyers in July The Type is a more advanced destroyer with a displacement of.

The robustness and imperviousness to evidence of this intellectual tradition is testimony to the nine lives of modernization theory, of which the most recent is to be found in the book under review.

a The Chinese intelligence services have balanced finding targets with access and sources able to travel back-and-forth to China. That many of these individ- That many of these individ- uals were ethnically Chinese is a function more of opportunity than intent, because China-based case officers have run most kno wn Chinese operations.

This is an excellent book that spans many aspects of the political economy of China (its political history, economic history, legal history, and so on). You really learn a lot and understand so many things about China and communism.

Really brilliant work!Reviews: 8. Selected Publications. Jeffrey Engstrom, Systems Confrontation and System Destruction Warfare: How the Chinese People's Liberation Army Seeks to Wage Modern Warfare, RAND Corporation (RR), Michael S.

Chase, Jeffrey Engstrom, et al., China's Incomplete Military Transformation: Assessing the Weaknesses of the People's Liberation Army (PLA), RAND Corporation .