Compare And Contrast The Post Marxism And Urbanization

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In the post-Mao era, the communist regime had craved for the civilization development, which were the material (wuzhi) and the spiritual (jingshen). As the civilization of materials could reflect the growth of the state while the spiritual civilization could represent the state had the ability to control itself. The spiritual development includes the citizens' behaviours, social stability and the sense that commit to the civility and virtues. The legitimacy current regime had always emphasized the importance of quantitative components that used in the strategy of governance. The modernization and economic development in China had gained an upper place in the world order by promoting civilization which aimed at enforcing the correlation between the population quality (suzhi)…show more content…
The middle class had a few characteristics, including enjoying a comfortable economic situation, a high standard of education level and had a politically liberal orientated. Generally, the middle class had the right conscious that not to be exploited by the government. They embraced a bigger conscious to fight and preserve their rights in order to gain the autonomy and independent from the state. They demanded the liberalism and interfered the government policies. Samuel Huntington (1993) believed that economic modernization might increase the growth of urbanization and the rising of middle class, which could unleash a constellation of social forces to pine for democratic governance. In addition, the middle class tended to be revolutionary in its early development and they became conservative over time. However, the landscape of middle class in China was not the same as the Chinese middle class remained conservative all the time, as they did not ask for the autonomy and independent from the
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