Tradition of the law and law of the tradition : law, state, and social control in China / Xin Ren
- Bib ID:
- Ren, Xin
- Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 1997
- xviii, 174 p. ; 25 cm.
- 0313290962 (alkaline paper)
- Contributions in criminology and penology, 0732-4464 ; no. 50.
- Full contents:
- Foreword / Marvin Wolfgang
- Editorial Notes on Pinyin Transliteration
- Introduction: Law, State, and Social Control in China: Marxism or Confucianism?
- Pt. I. Tradition of the Law. Ch. 1. The Chinese Legal Tradition: Law and Morality. Ch. 2. The Rules of Punishment in Traditional Law
- Pt. II. Law of the Tradition. Ch. 3. Political Power and Judicial Independence: Marxist Ideology, the Communist Party, and the Role of Law. Ch. 4. The Class Division and Equal Rights before the Law. Ch. 5. Punishing for Thought: Counterrevolutionary Crime in Chinese Law. Ch. 6. The Principle of Voluntariness in Chinese Law and Morality
- Conclusion: Chinese Law under a Socialist Mantle
- App. Chronology of Chinese History.
- Includes bibliographical references (p. -168) and index.
You may copy under some circumstances, for example you may copy a portion for research or study. Order a copy through Copies Direct to the extent allowed under fair dealing. Contact us for further information about copying.
Copyright status was determined using the following information:
- Material type:
- Literary Dramatic Musical
- Published status:
- Publication date:
Copyright status may not be correct if data in the record is incomplete or inaccurate. Other access conditions may also apply. For more information please see: Copyright in library collections.
Request this item
Request this item to view in the Library’s reading room.