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Author Shaw, Victor N.
Title Social control in China : a study of Chinese work units / Victor N. Shaw.
Imprint Westport, Conn. : Praeger, 1996.

LOCATION CALL # STATUS MESSAGE
 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  HN733.5 .S48 1996    AVAILABLE  
LOCATION CALL # STATUS MESSAGE
 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  HN733.5 .S48 1996    AVAILABLE  
Subject Social control -- China.
Teams in the workplace -- China.
China -- Social conditions -- 1976-2000.
Description xiv, 288 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (p. [275]-281) and index.
ISBN 0275955990 (hardcover : alk. paper)
OCLC # 34078426
Table of Contents
 Illustrations 
 Acknowledgments 
 Introduction 
Pt. ISocial Control in Chinese Work Units: The General Structure and Process 
 1Chinese Work Units: A General Survey3
 2Social Control in Chinese Work Units: Introductory Highlights19
 3Conceptual Framework and Research Design25
Pt. IIThe Forms of Social Control in Chinese Work Units 
 4Control through Ideology41
 5Control through Residency53
 6Control through Confidential Records71
 7Control through Civil Reward and Penalty85
 8Control through Administrative Disciplining97
 9Control through Quasi-Justice115
 10Control through Para-Security127
 11Control through Mass Vigilance and Inclusion141
 12Interrelations of Different Forms of Social Control151
Pt. IIIThe Foundation of Social Control in Chinese Work Units 
 13Political Legitimization161
 14The Economic Foundation167
 15The Cultural Underpinnings179
Pt. IVThe Controllee's Reaction toward Social Control in Chinese Work Units 
 16Resistance and Specific Reactions to Different Forms of Social Control in Chinese Work Units189
 17A General Evaluation of Chinese Work Units213
 18A Comparison with the United States227
 19A New Theory of Social Control233
Pt. VThe Challenge and Change for Chinese Social Control 
 20The Impact of Reform: Main Initiatives243
 21The Demands of Modernization and Democratization255
 22Outlooks for Future Chinese Social Control263
 Conclusion271
 References275
 Index283