7227 Twentieth-Century China: Revolutionary Change in a Global Context - 7227 Twentieth-Century China: Revolutionary Change in a Global Context

Twentieth-Century China: Revolutionary Change in a Global Context


Dates: TBD


By: Northeastern University

Location: TBD

Professor: TBD

Website: https://www.northeastern.edu/

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Assesses the impact of the Chinese Communist Revolution of 1949 on state-societal relations. Focuses initially on the Mao era, particularly state-sponsored efforts to transform Chinese society through social mobilization campaigns, political culture, industrialization, and rural collectivization. Explores the impact of the economic reform policies initiated after 1978, emphasizing the social impact of globalizing economic forces, the rise of a consumer culture, the development of a legal system, and the ethnic relations between Han Chinese and minority populations, especially in Tibet and Xinjiang.

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