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245 00 Chinese justice :|bcivil dispute resolution in 
       contemporary China /|cedited by Margaret Y. K. Woo, Mary 
       E. Gallagher 
250    First paperback edition 
264  1 New York, NY :|bCambridge University Press,|c2013 
264  4 |c©2011 
300    xxiii, 407 pages :|billustrations, map ;|c23 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
500    Originally published in hardcover: 2011 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 8  Machine generated contents note: Part I. Legal Development
       and Institutional Tensions: 1. From mediatory to 
       adjudicatory justice: the limits of civil justice reform 
       in China Fu Hualing and Richard Cullen; 2. Judicial 
       disciplinary systems for incorrectly decided cases: the 
       imperial Chinese heritage lives on Carl Minzner; 3. 
       Proceduralism and rivalry in China's two legal states 
       Douglas B. Grob; 4. Economic development and the 
       development of the legal profession in China Randall 
       Peerenboom; Part II. Pu Fa and the Dissemination of Law in
       the Chinese Context: 5. The impact of nationalist and 
       Maoist legacies on popular trust in legal institutions 
       Pierre F. Landry; 6. Popular attitudes toward official 
       justice in Beijing and rural China Ethan Michelson and 
       Benjamin Read; 7. Users and non-users: legal experience 
       and its effect on legal consciousness Mary Gallagher and 
       Yuhua Wang; 8. With or without law: the changing meaning 
       of ordinary legal work in China, 1979-2003 Sida Liu; Part 
       III. Law from the Bottom Up: 9. A populist threat to 
       China's courts? Benjamin L. Liebman; 10. Dispute 
       resolution and China's grass-roots legal services Fu 
       Yulin; 11. Constitutionalism with Chinese characteristics?
       Thomas E. Kellogg 
520    "This volume analyzes whether China's thirty years of 
       legal reform have taken root in Chinese society by 
       examining how ordinary citizens are using the legal system
       in contemporary China. It is an interdisciplinary look at 
       law in action and at legal institutions from the bottom up,
       that is, beginning with those at the ground level that are
       using and working in the legal system. It explores the 
       emergent Chinese conception of justice - one that seeks to
       balance Chinese tradition, socialist legacies, and the 
       needs of the global market. Given the political dimension 
       of dispute resolution in creating, settling, and changing 
       social norms, this volume contributes to a greater 
       understanding of political and social change in China 
       today and of the process of legal reform generally"--
       |cProvided by publisher 
650  0 Justice, Administration of|zChina 
650  0 Dispute resolution (Law)|zChina 
650  0 Civil procedure|zChina 
650  0 Law reform|zChina 
650  7 LAW / Comparative|2bisacsh 
700 1  Woo, Margaret Y. K.,|eeditor 
700 1  Gallagher, Mary Elizabeth,|d1969-|eeditor 
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