Политический процесс, экономическое развитие и культурная идентичность в странах Восточной Азии
Лучший по критерию «Полезность курса для расширения кругозора и разностороннего развития»
Статус: Курс по выбору
Направление: 58.04.01. Востоковедение и африканистика
Кто читает: Департамент востоковедения и африканистики
Когда читается: 1-й курс, 3, 4 модуль
Формат изучения: Full time
Преподаватели: Кривохиж Светлана Валентиновна, Соболева Елена Дмитриевна, Старикова Екатерина Олеговна
Прогр. обучения: Государство, общество и экономическое развитие в современной Азии
Title of the course: Political process, economic development and cultural identity in East Asia. The first part of the course will focus on the political processes of the countries, formation and evolution of the political systems of the PRC, Japan, South Korea and Vietnam, the principles of the work of the main political institutions, the issues of democratization and relations between the state and society. The second part will introduce the models of economic development of the PRC, Japan and South Korea, their place in the international division of labor and the impact of external factors on their economy. The third part will examine the problem of cultural identity of the countries of the region, the issues of typologization of East Asian identities, the civilizational specifics of countries and its impact on all aspects of social and political life, the main aspects of cultural and humanitarian interaction between countries and their place in global cross-cultural exchanges.
- The course aims at familiarizing students with the specifics of the development of the East Asian countries in three aspects: political, economic and cultural.
- Learn to work with information: find, evaluate, systematize and use information necessary for solving scientific and professional problems from various sources, (on the basis of a systematic approach).
- Learn to communicate in english on professional topics.
- Learn to prepare scientific and analytical reports, reviews, presentations, information briefs and explanatory notes in their professional field.
- Learn to take into account the cultural specificity characteristic of the countries of the studied region in their practical and research activities.
- Learn to use the conceptual apparatus of scientific research, critically analyze the information.
- Learn to understand and analyze socially and personally significant problems and processes occurring in society.
- IntroductionLecture 1. State formation and political culture of East Asian countries Mandatory readings: ● Beeson, Mark (2014). Regionalism and Globalization in East Asia, Palgrave Macmillian Optional readings: ● Larsson, T. (2013), The Strong and the Weak: Ups and Downs of State Capacity in Southeast Asia. Asian Politics & Policy, 5: 337–358. ● Kim, So Young. 2010. Do Asian Values Exist? Empirical Tests of the Four Dimensions of Asian Values. Journal of East Asian Studies 10: 315-344
- Major Political Institutions and ActorsLecture 2: Major State Political Institutions and the Role of CCP in PRC Mandatory readings: ● Susan V. Laurence. China’s Political Institutions and Leaders in Charts // Congressial Research Service. November 12, 2013 https://www.fas.org/sgp/crsc/row/R43303.pdf Optional readings ● Dong Lisheng (2007) Central-Local Relations in China: Retrospect and Prospect Discussion. Discussion Paper 8, Nottingham: China Policy Institute Paper 16 ● Liu Di. (2014) Modern China and Federalism. http://www.waseda.jp/folaw/icl/assets/uploads/2014/05/A02859211-00-000210001.pdf ● Zheng Y-N (2006) De-facto federalism and dynamics of central-local relations in China Discussion Paper 8, Nottingham: China Policy Institute Seminar 1: Major state political institutions of Japan and South Korea Japan: Mandatory readings ● Cox, G., Rosenbluth, F., & Thies, M. (1999). Electoral Reform and the Fate of Factions: The Case of Japan's Liberal Democratic Party. British Journal of Political Science, 29(1), 33-56. ● Steven R. Reed Ethan Scheiner Michael F. Thies (2012), The End of LDP Dominance and the Rise of Party-Oriented Politics in Japan, The Journal of Japanese Studies, Volume 38, Number 2, Summer 2012, pp. 353-376 South Korea: Mandatory readings ● Chaihark Hahm, 2001, "Conceptualizing Korean Constitutionalism: Foreign Transplant or Indigenous Tradition." Journal of Korean Law, 1 ● Croissant, A., 2003, “Legislative Powers, Veto Players and the Emergence of Delegative Democracy. A Comparison of Presidentialism in the Philippines and Korea", Democratization, 10(3), pp. 68-99 ● Jaung, Hoon. 2009. “Two Tales of the Korean Presidency: Imperial but Imperiled Presidency,” in Mo and Brady eds., The Rule of Law in South Korea (Hoover Institution Press), 61-82
- Major Political Institutions and ActorsLecture 3: Political system in Vietnam Mandatory readings: ● Abuza, Zachary The Lessons of Le Kha Phieu: Changing Rules in Vietnamese Politics Contemporary Southeast Asia, Vol. 24, No. 1 (April 2002), pp. 121-145 ● Jeffries, Ian (2006). Vietnam: A Guide to Economic And Political Developments. Taylor & Francis ● Правовые системы стран мира. Энциклопедический справочник. Под ред. Сухарева А.Я. 3-е изд., перераб. и доп. - М.: Норма, 2003. — 976 с. Optional readings ● Gainsborough, Martin (2010): Vietnam - Rethinking the State. Zed Books, London & New York ● Stern, Lewis (1993). Renovating the Vietnamese Communist Party: Nguyen Van Linh and the Programme for Organizational Reform, 1987–91. Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. ● Cima, Ronald J., Vietnam : a country study Library of Congress. Federal Research Division. 1989.
- Major Political Institutions and ActorsLecture 4. Party system of PRC. Mandatory readings: ● Croissant, A. and P. Völkel (2012). “Party System Types and Party System Institutionalization. Comparing New Democracies in East and Southeast Asia”, Party Politics, 18(2), pp. 235-262 Optional readings: ● Croissant, Aurel (2002). “Electoral Politics in Southeast and East Asia: A Comparative Perspective", in Aurel Croissant, Gabi Bruns & Marei John (Hrsg.), Electoral Politics in Southeast and East Asia, Singapore: 321-369. http://library.fes.de/pdf-files/iez/01361011.pdf Seminar 2. Party system of Japan and RK (Svetlana Krivokhizh) Japan: ● Lipscy, Phillip Y. and Ethan Scheiner. 2012. "Japan Under the DPJ: The Paradox of Political Change Without Policy Change."Journal of East Asian Studies12, no. 3: 311-322 ● Reed, Steven R., Ethan Scheiner and Michael F. Thies. 2012. “The End of LDP Dominance and the Rise of Party-Oriented Politics.”Journal of Japanese Studies38, no. 2: 353-376 RK: ● Wong, Joseph (2012). "Transitioning from a dominant party system to multi-party system: The case of South Korea". Friend or Foe? Dominant Party Systems in Southern Africa: Insights from the Developing World. United Nations University Press. pp. 68–84. ● Mark Weatherall Party and Party System Institutionalization Following Democratization: Comparing South Korea and Taiwan, 2013 http://www.ercct.uni-tuebingen.de/Files/ERCCT%20Online%20Paper%20Series/Young%20Scholar%20Workshop%202013/EOPS28,%20Mark%20Weatherall,%20Party%20and%20Party%20System%20Institutionalization%20Following%20Democratization%20Comparing%20South%20Korea%20and%20Taiwan.pdf
- Major Political Institutions and ActorsLecture 5. Political Elites in PRC Mandatory readings: ● Zhiyue Bo China's Elite Politics : Governance and Democratization, Series on Contemporary, World Scientific Publishing Company, 2010 Optional readings: ● Kerry Brown The New Emperors: Power and the Princelings in China, I.B.Tauris, 2014 Seminar 3. Political Elites of Japan and RK (Svetlana Krivokhizh) Japan: ● Joel D. Aberbach, Ellis S. Krauss, Michio Muramatsu and Bert A. Rockman Comparing Japanese and American Administrative Elites British Journal of Political Science Vol. 20, No. 4 (Oct., 1990), pp. 461-488 ● Harold R. Kerbo,John A. McKinstry Who Rules Japan?: The Inner Circles of Economic and Political Power, 1995 RK: ● Byong-Man Ahn Elites and Political Power in South Korea, 2003 Cheltenham and Northampton, UK: Edward Elgar.
- Development models and ideologySeminar 4. Political Economy and East Asia Beijing consensus: ● Yasheng Huang Debating China’s Economic Growth: The Beijing Consensus or The Washington Consensus, 2010 https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/481d/0be13e3060b19e371737be5c4c0dd21e4096.pdf ● Islam Qasem, Teun van Dongen, Marjolein de Ridder The Beijing consensus: alternative approach to development https://hcss.nl/sites/default/files/files/reports/WFF02_Issue_Brief_The_Beijing_Consensus02.pdf Confucian capitalism: ● Seong Hwan Cha Myth and Reality in the Discourse of Confucian Capitalism in Korea Asian Survey Vol. 43, No. 3 (May/June 2003), pp. 485-506 ● Souchou Yao Confucian Capitalism: Discourse, Practice and the Myth of Chinese Enterprise, Routledge, 2013
- Development models and ideologyLecture 6: Ideology in modern PRC Mandatory readings: ● Kristin Shi-Kupfer, Mareike Ohlberg, Simon Lang and Bertram Lang (2017), “Ideas and Ideologies Competing for China's Political Future. How online pluralism challenges official orthodoxy”, Merics Paper on China N° 5, Mercator Institute for China Studies Optional readings: ● Jenco, L. (2013-12-16). Chinese Political Ideologies. Oxford Handbooks Online. ● Heike Holbig / B. Gilley. Reclaiming Legitimacy in Postrevolutionary China: Bringing Ideology and Governance Back in: John Kane / Hui-Chieh Loy / Haig Patapan (eds.), Political Legitimacy in Asia. New Leadership Challenges, New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011, 17 – 38 ● Freemam, C.V. Wen, Jin Yuan (2011). China's New Leftists and the China Model Debate after the Financial Crisis//Washington: CSIS ● Wenfang Tang & Benjamin Darr (2012) Chinese Nationalism and its Political and Social Origins, Journal of Contemporary China, 21:77, 811-826
- Civil society and political processesLecture 7: Civil Society and NGOs in PRC Optional readings ● Fengshi Wu and Kin-Man Chan Graduated Control and Beyond: The Evolving Government- NGO Relations China Perspectives No. 3 (91) (2012), pp. 9-17 ● Kevin J. O’Brien and Rongbin Han, “Path to Democracy? Assessing village elections in China,” Journal of Contemporary China, June 2009 Li Yanyan Growing Strategies of Non-Profit Organisations in Japan and China, Asian Journal of Social Science Vol. 39, No. 1, Special Focus: Social Stratification Studies in East Asia (2011), pp. 39-56 ● Jie Chen, Chunlong Lu and Yiyin Yang Popular Support for Grassroots Self-Government in Urban China: Findings from a Beijing Survey Modern China Vol. 33, No. 4 (Oct., 2007), pp. 505-528 ● Yang Zhong Political Culture and Participation in the Chinese Countryside: Some Empirical Evidence PS: Political Science and Politics Vol. 37, No. 3 (Jul., 2004), pp. 445-453 Seminar 5: Protests in China: Umbrella movement in Hong Kong and labour protests Labour protests in PRC Mandatory readings ● Elfstrom, Manfred and Kuruvilla, Sarosh (2014) The changing nature of labor unrest in China. Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 67 (2). pp. 453-480. ISSN 0019-7939 ● Rudolf Traub-Merz (2011). Wage Strikes and Trade Unions in China - End of the Low-wage Policy? International policy analysis Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, Department Asia and the Pacific http://library.fes.de/pdf-files/iez/08250.pdf Optional readings ● Blecher, Marc J. "Hegemony and Workers' Politics in China." The China Quarterly, 170 (June 2002): 283-303. ● Cai, Yongshun. "The Resistance of Chinese Laid-off Workers in the Reform Period." The China Quarterly, no. 170 (June 2002): 327-344. ● Dorothy J. Solinger, "Labor Discontent in China in Comparative Perspective," Eurasian Geography and Economics 48(4) (2007): 413-438 Umbrella movement in Hong Kong: Mandatory readings ● Dylan Long Min Hui (2015). Hong Kong’s Political Future After the Umbrella Revolution, S Rajaratnam School of International Relations, available at: https://www.rsis.edu.sg/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/PR151210_Hong-Kongs-Political-Future.pdf ● Cheng, Edmund W. “Street Politics in a Hybrid Regime: The Diffusion of Political Activism in Post-Colonial Hong Kong.” The China Quarterly 226 (2016): 383–406.
- Civil society and political processesSeminar 6: Civil society in Japan/Korea Optional readings Japan: ● Helen Hardacre Religion and Civil Society in Contemporary Japan// Japanese Journal of Religious Studies Vol. 31, No. 2, Traditional Buddhism in Contemporary Japan (2004), pp. 389-415; ● Mary Alice Haddad Transformation of Japan's Civil Society Landscape // Journal of East Asian Studies Vol. 7, No. 3 (SEPTEMBER–DECEMBER 2007), pp. 413-437 ● Daniel P. Aldrich Rethinking Civil Society–State Relations in Japan after the Fukushima Accident// Polity Vol. 45, No. 2, Forgotten Virtues (April 2013), pp. 249-264 ● Евтушенко А.А. Эволюция гражданского общества в Японии// Вопросы философии М.: «Наука», 2012, № 12. С. 95-103. Korea: ● Ho-Ki Kim The State and Civil Society in South Korea, 1987-1999: Civil Movements and Democratic Consolidation// Asian Perspective Vol. 25, No. 1, Special Issue in Commemoration of the 25th Anniversary of Asian Perspective (2001), pp. 229-248 ● Hagen Koo Civil Society and Democracy in South Korea// The Good Society Vol. 11, No. 2 (2002), pp. 40-45 ● Jennifer S. Oh Strong State and Strong Civil Society in Contemporary South Korea: Challenges to Democratic Governance // Asian Survey Vol. 52, No. 3 (May/June 2012), pp. 528-549
- Civil society and political processesSeminar 7. Feminism in East Asia China ● Angeloff T., Lieber M. Equality, Did You Say? Chinese feminism after 30 years of reforms. China perspectives 2012/4. URL: http://www.cefc.com.hk/issue/china-perspectives-2012-4/ ● Cunningham M. (2016). Goods Girls Revolt. The Future of Feminism in China. World policy journal. URL: http://wpj.dukejournals.org/content/33/4/18.full Japan ● Ogai, Tokuko. 2001. “Japanese Women and Political Institutions: Why are Women Politically Underrepresented?” Political Science and Politics. 34:2:207-210. ● Macnaughtan, Helen (March 2015). "Womenomics for Japan: is the Abe policy for gendered employment viable in an era of precarity?". The Asia-Pacific Journal. 13 – via SOAS. http://eprints.soas.ac.uk/19702/1/HM%20womenomics%20APJ%20Final%20March%202015.pdf Seminar 8: Media and youth in Chinese politics Media Mandatory readings ● Brady, Anne-Marie and Wang Juntao (2009) 'China's strengthened new order and the role of propaganda' Journal of Contemporary China. 18(62): 767 – 788. ● Gary King, Jennifer Pan, and Margaret Roberts. How censorship in China allows government criticism but silences collective expression. American Political Science Review, pages 1–18, 2013 ● Nip, Joyce Y. M. and King-wa Fu (2016) ‘Challenging official propaganda? Public opinion leaders on Sina Weibo’ The China quarterly. 225: 122-144. ● Shambaugh, David (2007) ‘China’s propaganda system: institutions, processes and efficacy’ The China Journal.57(Jan): 25–58. Youth Mandatory readings ● Nina Baculinao (2011) Fenqing: A Study of China’s ‘Angry Youth’ in the Era of the Internet, Columbia East Asia Review http://www.eastasiareview.org/issues/2012/articles/2012_Baculinao.pdf ● Rosen, Stanley. “Contemporary Chinese Youth and the State.” The Journal of Asian Studies 68, no. 2 (2009): 359–69. doi:10.1017/S0021911809000631
- Cultural identity and developmentLecture 8: Modern culture in East Asia: Traditional values and modernization of East Asian countries Mandatory readings: ● Wu Teh-yao Chinese Traditional Values and Modernization// Southeast Asian Journal of Social Science Vol. 4, No. 1 (1975), pp. 113-122 ● Robert Bellah Traditional Values and the Modernization of Japan// Contemporary Religions in Japan Vol. 3, No. 3 (Sep., 1962), pp. 207-219 Optional readings ● Tham Seong Chee Values and Modernization in Southeast Asia// Southeast Asian Journal of Social Science Vol. 8, No. 1/2 (1980), pp. 1-11 ● Leigh Jenco Revisiting Asian Values// Journal of the History of Ideas Vol. 74, No. 2 (April 2013), pp. 237-258 ● Ronald Inglehart and Wayne E. Baker Modernization, Cultural Change, and the Persistence of Traditional Values // American Sociological Review Vol. 65, No. 1, Looking Forward, Looking Back: Continuity and Change at the Turn of the Millenium (Feb., 2000), pp. 19-51
- Cultural identity and developmentLecture 9: The Cultural Identity of East Asia in the Age of Globalization: Mandatory readings ● Robert Holton Globalization's Cultural Consequences // The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science Vol. 570, Dimensions of Globalization (Jul., 2000), pp. 140-152 ● Gang Lin and Weixu Wu Chinese National Identity under Reconstruction //Taiwan and China: Fitful Embrace, 2017 Optional readings ● JungBong Choi Of the East Asian Cultural Sphere: Theorizing Cultural Regionalization// China Review Vol. 10, No. 2, Special Issue: Transnationalism and Glocalization in Chinese Language and East Asian Cinemas (Fall 2010), pp. 109-136 ● Stephen Castles Globalization, ethnic identity and the integration crisis // Ethnicities Vol. 11, No. 1 (March 2011), pp. 23-26 ● Hélène Le Bail and Michael Black Japanese Culture in Asia: Infatuation, identification and the construction of identity
- Cultural identity and developmentLecture 10: Islam in East and South-East Asia Optional readings: ● Christian Pelras Religion, Tradition, and the Dynamics of Islamization in South Sulawesi // Indonesia No. 57, Archipel (Apr., 1993), pp. 133-154 ● Dru C. Gladney The Study of Islam in China: Some Recent Research// Middle East Studies Association Bulletin Vol. 27, No. 1 (July 1993), pp. 23-30 ● Robert Pringle Understanding Islam in Indonesia: Politics and Diversity Editions Didier Millet, 2010 ● Feener, R. Michael. Muslim legal thought in modern Indonesia. Cambridge University Press. 2007 ● Yon Machmudi Islamising Indonesia: The Rise of Jemaah Tarbiyah and the Prosperous Justice Party (PKS) ANU press 2008 Seminar 9: Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in East Asia and South-East Asia Mandatory readings: ● Marilena Alivizatou The UNESCO Programme for the Proclamation of Masterpieces of Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity: a Critical Examination // Journal of Museum Ethnography No. 19, 'Feeling the Vibes: Dealing with Intangible Heritage': Papers from the Annual Conference of the Museum Ethnographers Group Held at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery, 18–19 May 2006 (March 2007), pp. 34-42 ● Oscar Salemink Described, Inscribed, Written Off: Heritagisation as (Dis)connection // Connected and Disconnected in Viet Nam: Remaking Social Relations in a Post-socialist Nation Optional readings: ● Jinn Winn CHONG "Mine, Yours or Ours?": The Indonesia-Malaysia Disputes over Shared Cultural Heritage Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia Vol. 27, No. 1 (April 2012), pp. 1-53
- PoliciesLecture 11: Ethnic policy in PRC Optional readings: ● Brady, Anne-Marie (2012), “We Are All Part of the Same Family”: China’s Ethnic Propaganda, in: Journal of Current Chinese Affairs, 41, 4, 159–181. ● Enze Han and Christopher Paik (2013). Dynamics of political resistance in Tibet: Religious repression and controversies of demographic change. The China Quarterly, pages 1–30 ● James Leibold (2013), “Ethnic Policy in China: Is Reform Inevitable?,” Policy Series 68, East-West Center Ma Rong (2013). A Han vs. Minorities Dual structure of Chinese society.China: An International Journal 1(2): 7-24 Seminar 10: Socio-economic problems and government policies in PRC: inequality and urbanization Inequality in China Mandatory readinds: ● Albert Keidel, “China Regional Disparities: The Causes and Impact of Regional Inequalities in Income and Well-Being,” Carnegie Endowment, September 2007. http://www.carnegieendowment.org/files/Keidel2.pdf ● Fleisher, Belton, Li, Haizheng, & Zhao, Min Qiang (2010). Human capital, economic growth, and regional inequality in China. Journal of Development Economics, 92, 215-231. ● Khor, Niny and John Pencavel (2008): “Measuring Income Mobility, Income Inequality, and Social Welfare for Households of the People’s Republic of China”, ADB Economics Working Paper No. 145, Asian Development Bank ● Li, H.Q. & Haynes, K.E. (2011). Economic Structure and Regional Disparity in China: Beyond the Kuznets Transition. International Regional Science Review. 34(2) 157-190. ● Raa, Thijs ten, & Pan, Haoran (2005). Competitive pressures on China: Income inequality and migration. Regional Science and Urban Economics 35, 671-699. Urbanization in China Mandatory readings: ● China’s Great Uprooting: Moving 250 Million Into Cities, New York Times 06/2013, http://www.nytimes.com/2013/06/16/world/asia/chinas-great-uprooting-moving-250-millioninto-cities.html ● Kam Wing Chan (2010). Fundamentals of China’s Urbanization and Policy, The China Review Vol. 10, No. 1 (Spring 2010), 63–94 http://faculty.washington.edu/kwchan/Chan-FundamentalsCR2010.pdf ● Pengjun Zhao, “Too Complex to be Managed? New Trends in Peri-Urbanisation and its Planning in Beijing,” Cities 30 (2013), 68–76 ● Pitfalls Abound in China’s Push From Farm to City (2013), New York Times 07/2013 http://www.nytimes.com/2013/07/14/world/asia/pitfalls-abound-in-chinas-push-from-farm-to-city.html ● Remi Curien (2014), Will Thornely Chinese Urban Planning: Environmentalising a hyper-functionalist machine? China Perspectives, No. 3 (99), pp. 23-31 Optional readings: ● Kam Wing Chan (2007) Misconceptions and Complexities in the Study of China's Cities: Definitions, Statistics, and Implications Eurasian Geography and Economics Vol. 48 , Iss. 4,2007 ● McGee, T. G. (2009), Interrogating the production of urban space in China and Vietnam under market socialism. Asia Pacific Viewpoint, 50: 228–246. doi:10.1111/j.1467
- PoliciesLecture 12. Education policies in East Asia Mandatory readings: ● Armstrong, Shiro; Chapman, Bruce Financing Higher Education and Economic Development in East Asia ANU Press 2011 Optional readings: ● Hidenori Fujita Education Reform and Education Politics in Japan The American Sociologist, Vol. 31, No. 3 (Fall, 2000), pp. 42-57 ● Park, Namgi; Weidman, John Taylor and Francis Higher Education in Korea : Tradition and Adaptation1999
- PoliciesSeminar 11: Environmental policy in East Asia Optional readings: ● Sangbum Shin East Asian Environmental Co-operation: Central Pessimism, Local Optimism // Pacific Affairs Vol. 80, No. 1 (Spring, 2007), pp. 9-26 China: ● Olivia Bina Environmental Governance in China: Weakness and Potential from an Environmental Policy Integration Perspective // China Review Vol. 10, No. 1, Special Issue: Urbanization in China ● Kazuhiro UETA Dilemmas in Pollution Control Policy in Contemporary China Korea: ● Hoi-Seong Jeong Citizen Involvement in the Environmental Policy Process in Korea // The Good Society Vol. 11, No. 2 (2002), pp. 46-56 Japan: ● David Potter Assessing Japan's Environmental Aid Policy // Pacific Affairs Vol. 67, No. 2 (Summer, 1994), pp. 200-215 ● Hidefumi Imura, Miranda A. Schreurs Environmental Policy In Japan Edward Elgar Pub 2005
- Written assignmentWritten assignment within this course is a news digest (NOT AN ESSAY!). Students have to make a selection of news articles and analytical materials in English on a specific topic during a specified time period. News articles should be taken from leading international newspapers and media outlets (e.g. The Economist, the Washington Post, BBC, Deutsche Welle, Al Jazeera, etc.), as well as from national newspapers (People’s Daily, Global Times, South China Morning Post, etc.). For the news digest students should select 10 news articles and provide the following information: 1.Introduction to the issue. 2. For each article: 2.1 Title (it could be title of specific article or title that better describes the news); 2.2 Its short overview (200-300 words); 2.3 Link to an article or articles. 3. Conclusion. Each student should submit one news digest and two short assessments for two news digests written by other students.
- ExamThe final exam will take the form of a written test with multiple choice questions, true/false, fill-in-the-blanks, etc types of questions.
- Промежуточная аттестация (4 модуль)0.5 * Exam + 0.25 * Presentation + 0.25 * Written assignment
- Beeson, M. (2014). Regionalism and globalization in East Asia : politics, security and economic development / Mark Beeson. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&site=eds-live&db=edswao&AN=edswao.407183280
- Bo, Z. (2010). China’s Elite Politics: Governance And Democratization. Singapore: World Scientific. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&site=eds-live&db=edsebk&AN=340714
- COX, G. W., ROSENBLUTH, F. M., & THIES, M. F. (1999). Electoral Reform and the Fate of Factions: The Case of Japan’s Liberal Democratic Party. British Journal of Political Science, (01), 33. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&site=eds-live&db=edsrep&AN=edsrep.a.cup.bjposi.v29y1999i01p33.56.00
- Hahm, C. (2001). Conceptualizing Korean Constitutionalism: Foreign Transplant or Indigenous Tradition? Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&site=eds-live&db=edsbas&AN=edsbas.B66A5BAE
- Gainsborough, M. (DE-588)142993794, (DE-576)334523710. (2010). Vietnam : rethinking the state / Martin Gainsborough. London [u.a.]: Zed Books [u.a.]. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&site=eds-live&db=edswao&AN=edswao.327553561
- Larsson, T. (2013). The Strong and the Weak: Ups and Downs of State Capacity in Southeast Asia. Asian Politics & Policy, 5(3), 337–358. https://doi.org/10.1111/aspp.12040
- So Young Kim. (2010). Do Asian Values Exist? Empirical Tests of the Four Dimensions of Asian Values. Journal of East Asian Studies, 10(2), 315–344. https://doi.org/10.1017/S1598240800003477