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Mit Mut an die Front. Die militärische Beteiligung von Frauen in der kommunistischen Revolution Chinas (1925–1949) by Nicola Spakowski (review)

Mit Mut an die Front. Die militärische Beteiligung von Frauen in der kommunistischen Revolution... 398 China Review International: Vol. 18, No. 3, 2011 people with sufficient awareness are prepared for collective action, making changes, even at the local community level, requires more than a desire for collec- tive action. It also demands an understanding of local and national political systems, a certain degree of democracy embraced by local and national political leaders, and organizations’ collective efficacy, in which contemporary Chinese history is surely deficient. While these sentiments are easily articulated, actually making the concerted effort, and potentially taking the risk, to work collectively and effectively with one another in a structured organizational setting will take some time to progress throughout China. Qingwen Xu Qingwen Xu is an associated professor of social work at Tulane University with a research focus on community development and community service in contemporary China. Refe ReNces Clark, J. 1992. Democratising Development: NGOs and the State. Development in Practice 2, no. 3: 151–162. Wallace, T. 2003. NGO Dilemmas: Trojan Horses for Global Neoliberalism. In Socialist Register 2004: The New Imperial Challenge, edited by L. Panitch and C. Leys, pp. 202–219. London: Merlin Consumer Publishing. Nicola Spakowski. Mit Mut an die Front. Die militärische Beteiligung von Frauen in der kommunistischen Revolution http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png China Review International University of Hawai'I Press

Mit Mut an die Front. Die militärische Beteiligung von Frauen in der kommunistischen Revolution Chinas (1925–1949) by Nicola Spakowski (review)

China Review International , Volume 18 (3) – Oct 1, 2013

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Abstract

398 China Review International: Vol. 18, No. 3, 2011 people with sufficient awareness are prepared for collective action, making changes, even at the local community level, requires more than a desire for collec- tive action. It also demands an understanding of local and national political systems, a certain degree of democracy embraced by local and national political leaders, and organizations’ collective efficacy, in which contemporary Chinese history is surely deficient. While these sentiments are easily articulated, actually making the concerted effort, and potentially taking the risk, to work collectively and effectively with one another in a structured organizational setting will take some time to progress throughout China. Qingwen Xu Qingwen Xu is an associated professor of social work at Tulane University with a research focus on community development and community service in contemporary China. Refe ReNces Clark, J. 1992. Democratising Development: NGOs and the State. Development in Practice 2, no. 3: 151–162. Wallace, T. 2003. NGO Dilemmas: Trojan Horses for Global Neoliberalism. In Socialist Register 2004: The New Imperial Challenge, edited by L. Panitch and C. Leys, pp. 202–219. London: Merlin Consumer Publishing. Nicola Spakowski. Mit Mut an die Front. Die militärische Beteiligung von Frauen in der kommunistischen Revolution

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China Review InternationalUniversity of Hawai'I Press

Published: Oct 1, 2013

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