State and professions : a study of lawyers and doctors in reform China
This dissertation adopts an institutionalist paradigm to examme the relationship between the state and the lawyers and doctors in reform China. It seeks to explain the two professions' differing courses of professionalization in terms of their evolving relationship with the state over the past two decades by looking at the macro, meso, and micro institutional environments in which lawyers and doctors are located in the reform era. It argues that there is no linear relationship...[Show more]
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