Political Change and the Crisis of Legitimacy in Hong Kong

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University of Hawaii Press, 1989 - 480 páginas
Chinese parallel title on jacket romanized as: Hsiang-kang ti cheng chih pien hua chi cheng fu ho fa hsing chih wei chi. Bibliography: p. 449-467.
 

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Índice

An Overview of Political Change in PostAgreement Hong Kong
1
The Dynamics of Political Change
8
Political Change and the Future
33
The Unreformed Colonial State 18421966
39
The Minimal State
40
The Structure of Colonial Authority
60
The PostWar Economic Boom
66
The Political Consequences of Economic Growth
73
The Hong Kong Response
206
The Agreement Legitimacy and Political Change
216
The Changing Economic and Social Structure
220
The Changing Economy
221
The Growth of the Service Sector
232
The Changing Social Structure
236
The Changing Role of Government
247
PostAgreement Politics Corporatist Strategy and the Search for Consensus
268

The 19661967 Riots and their Aftermath
81
The 1966 Riots
82
The 1967 Disturbances
96
The Aftermath of the Disturbances 19681971
106
Autonomous Hong Kong 19721982
127
Reorganisation and Reform in the Civil Service
133
The Provision of Public Goods and Services
152
Legitimacy Autonomy and the Future of Hong Kong
163
The SinoBritish Negotiations 19821984
171
The British Governments Diplomatic Strategy
176
The Position of the Chinese Government
193
The Institutional Framework
274
Consensus and Conflict on Policy Issues
305
Emigration and the Brain Drain
317
Epilogue An Enduring Crisis of Legitimacy
322
Chronology of the SinoBritish Negotiations
337
An Agreement between the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the Government of the Peoples Republic ...
343
The Draft Basic Law of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the Peoples Republic of China
386
Bibliography
449
Index
469
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Scott is Professor of Politics and Government at Murdoch University in Perth, Australia.

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