First Advisor

Mel Gurtov

Date of Publication

1991

Document Type

Closed Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Arts (M.A.) in Political Science

Department

Political Science

Language

English

Subjects

Dissenters -- China, China -- Intellectual Life -- 1976-, China -- Politics and government -- 1976-

DOI

10.15760/etd.6071

Physical Description

1 online resource (122 p.)

Abstract

The concept of dissident under consideration in this study reveals that political and loyal dissent, non-conformity and well-meaning criticisms of government's wrong doings, and even the quest for democracy exist in China as they do in the West. Political struggle and the leadership's eagerness to gain the support of intellectuals provided Chinese intellectuals with the opportunity to express themselves. Similarly, power struggles within the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) have also become the spawning ground for some Chinese intellectuals to become dissidents.

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http://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/24110

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