1 edition of Social change, innovation and politics in East Asia found in the catalog.
Social change, innovation and politics in East Asia
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|Statement||edited by Yong Soon Yim, H.T. Wilson and Richard W. Wilson|
|Series||Asian studies monograph series|
|Contributions||Burks, Ardath W, Yim, Yong Soon, Wilson, H. T, Wilson, Richard W., 1933-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||180 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||180|
Sunhyuk Kim, NGOs and Social Protection in East Asia: Korea, Thailand and Indonesia, Asian Journal of Political Science, 23, 1, (23), (). Crossref Rana S. Gautam, Banking crises and social policy: the case of Latin America and the Caribbean, Journal of International and Comparative Social Policy, 31, 3, (), (). This special issue is focused on a core mission area of Technology Forecasting and Social Change (TFSC) which is the interaction between technology and future social change. Here we are interested in how National Innovation Systems (NISs) interact with technology based social entrepreneurship aimed at social change.
Asia’s Spring was focused not on building revolutions to sweep aside old powers, but to bring concrete changes to a society and increase citizens’ ability to have a say in their society. Change rarely happens in a year, and a greater role of youth and technology could bridge the gaps between the movement’s goals and its current capacity. John Nelson is Professor of East Asian religions in the Department of Theology and Religious Studies, University of San Francisco. He is the author of Experimental Buddhism: Innovation and Activism in Contemporary Japan (, University of Hawaii; co-winner of the Numata Prize for 'outstanding book in Buddhist Studies'), two books on Shinto in contemporary Japan (A Year in the Life of a.
This book offers an interpretive and critical comparative politics analysis of the post development trajectory of the broad East Asian region and its component countries. The discussion considers the region and its countries in terms of their historical legacies (colonialism, war and the. East Asia and Latin America. 3. Instructor’s Introduction Inter-regional comparison is one of the most effective ways to gain a balanced view of economic development and the nexus of politics, economics, and social change. This unit takes East Asia and Latin America as the cases for such a comparison. The comparison of these two regions is.
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East Asia lacks a common base of concepts, research, and theories of positive social change that can fit its unique needs, culture, and environments. To help create and foster such a base, Leping cofounded the East Asia Social Innovation Initiative (EASII) with partners in Japan and Korea in EASII aspires to serve as an accountable.
Social Innovation and Social Transition in East Asia This special supplement examines the different ways that social innovation is evolving in China, Hong Kong, South Korea, and Japan, as a result of each country’s unique history, culture, and political-economic system.
View the digital edition and download the PDF. This book examines innovation as social change in South Asia. From an anthropological micro-perspective, innovation is moulded by social systems of value andAuthor: Minna Säävälä, Sirpa Tenhunen.
the role of social movements in larger transformative processes utility of Western social movement concepts in explaining social movements in East Asia. This book will be of interest to two major groups of readers, those who study East Asia and those who pursue social movements and civil society, as well as politics more generally.
to expose East Asia’s social innovation practices to the world and share successes (and failures), and that is why we have collaborated with the Stanford Social Innovation ReviewSSIR () to publish this supplement. As a foundation established in China in with the mission of empowering every underprivileged individual with equal growth.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership is the most recent, and a highly ambitious, step along a familiar road of international economic liberalization and integration through multilateral trade-plus pacts.
It promised to deepen and extend openness through commitments on trade in goods and services, investment, harmonization of national regulation on a wide range of economics-related matters labor and. Since the publication of Alain Peyrefitte’s prophetic When China Awakens, developments in East Asia have outstripped even the wildest predictions.
China has undergone the fastest industrialization and urbanization process in history, yet tensions there are rising as some realize how far they. ‘At last a book that provides a comprehensive, historically grounded and up-to-date survey of politics in Southeast Asia.
Covering the historical origins of the diverse regimes that make up the region, as well as the forces driving political change today, Political Change in Southeast Asia will be welcomed by both experts and students of the region.
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Here, affect is defined as felt quality that gives meaning and imagination to social, political, and economic processes, and as this book demonstrates, it can provide an analytical tool for a nuanced and enriched analysis of social, political, and economic transformations in East Asia.
System Upgrade on Fri, Jun 26th, at 5pm (ET) During this period, our website will be offline for less than an hour but the E-commerce and registration of new users may not be available for up to 4 hours. Asia is a complex and diverse continent, which has seen the scope and pace of transformation increase rapidly over the past 30 years.
In turn, the economic growth and social change seen in the region, combined with new global security profiles and environmental challenges, have contributed to placing Asia at the forefront of international affairs.
This Handbook brings together leading scholars. Written by top scholars in the field, EAST ASIA: A CULTURAL, SOCIAL, AND POLITICAL HISTORY, VOLUME II: FROM3E delivers a comprehensive cultural, political, economic, and intellectual history of East Asia, while focusing on the narratives and histories of China, Japan, and Korea in a larger, global context.
Economic Globalization, Democracy, and Social Protection: Welfare Capitalism in East Asia Mason M.S. Kim 7. East Asia in the Digital Age: National Innovation Strategies of China, Japan, South Korea and Taiwan Carin Holroyd and Ken Coates 8. Media and Environmental Politics in East Asia.
Sandra Fahy is an associate professor of anthropology in the Faculty of Liberal Arts and the Graduate Program in Global Studies at Sophia University, holds a PhD from SOAS University of London. She is the author of two books about human rights in North Korea.
The first studies the subjective experience of famine survival: Marching through Suffering: Loss and Survival in North Korea. are occurring in East Asia, especially since the end of World War II in (in this book, for reasons explained below, East Asia is construed narrowly to in-clude Japan, China, South Korea, North Korea, and Taiwan).
Many of these changes have been profound. Today, for example, Japan is a stable, prosperous, and peaceful democracy. SSIR's Spring edition includes a special supplement examines the different ways that social innovation is evolving in China, Hong Kong, South Korea, and Japan, as a result of each country’s unique history, culture, and political-economic system.
You can read more about social innovation and social transformation in East Asia here. The politics of technological innovation. The case of US solar industry, by Joseph S. Szyliowicz and James M. Ohi Clusters, unlike diamonds, are not forever.
The European way to global competition, by Alberto Bramanti Institutional transformations of technology policy in East Asia. The rise of the entrepreneurial state, by Alexander. This book examines innovation as social change in South Asia.
From an anthropological micro-perspective, innovation is moulded by social systems of value and hierarchy, while simultaneously having the potential to transform them. This book is a crucial contribution to the emerging literature on the nature of class in China in the twenty-first century and essential reading for students of the comparative political economy of China and East Asia.” (Immanuel Ness, Professor of Political Science, City University of New York, USA).postwar political change in Southeast Asia.
Evolutionary–andsometimesrevolutionary– social change continued throughout much of Southeast Asia in the s and s. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, the socialist countries in the region, including Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos, moved rapidly toward more market-driven economies.
Several.About This Product. Both comprehensive and captivating, EAST ASIA: A CULTURAL, SOCIAL, AND POLITICAL HISTORY, 3rd Edition features recent scholarship on the cultural, political, economic, and intellectual history of China, Japan, and Korea -- giving special emphasis to gender and material culture.