Growing or perishing? The development of labour NGOs

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Lee, Chun-yi (2015)
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1057/9781137518644
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    01. C. K. Lee and Y. Shen (2011) 'The Anti-Solidarity Machine? Labour Nongovernmental Organizations in China', in S. Kuruvilla, C. K. Lee and M. Gallagher (eds) From Iron Rice Bowl to Informalization: Markets, State and Workers in a Changing China (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press) p. 174.

    02. Zhang Ziru, 'Guangdong NGOs Face Grand-scale Regulation: The Government is Using a Two-handed Policy, Suppression and Incorporation' (in Chinese),, (accessed 3 September 2012).

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    07. Kumar, 'Civil Society', pp. 376-82.

    08. Karl Marx and Frederick Engels (1963) The German Ideology, edited by R. Pascal (New York: International Publishers) pp. 26-7, cited in Kumar, 'Civil Society', p. 377.

    09. Kumar, 'Civil Society', p. 382.

    10. A. Gramsci (1971) Selection from the Prison Notebooks (New York: International Publishers) pp. 245-6.

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