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Leadership, legitimacy and conflict in China
Frederick C. Teiwes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Frederick C. Teiwes.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 167 p.|
|Number of Pages||167|
|ISBN 10||0333374428, 0333374436|
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Legitimacy is a crucial if elusive aspect of both political analysis and political life. Obedience, as Weber pointed out long ago, may have many sources, ranging "all the way from simple habituation to the most purely rational calculation of advantage", but a reliable system of obedience normally requires the additional element of belief in : Frederick C.
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This book examines the role of traditional Chinese values, ideology, and philosophy as a key determinant in modern China's leadership succession.
The author asserts that, as communist ideology wanes, Chinese leaders will turn to their own traditional values found in Confucianism, Daoism, and Buddhism to establish legitimacy to rule as they seek. Leadership, Legitimacy and Conflict in China 作者: Frederick C. Teiwes 出版社: Palgrave Macmillan 出版年: 页数: 装帧: Paperback ISBN: 豆瓣评分.
Leadership, Legitimacy, and Conflict in China 作者: Frederick C Teiwes 出版社: Routledge 副标题: From a Charismatic Mao to the Politics of Succession 出版年: 页数: 定价: USD 装帧: Hardcover ISBN: Author: Frederick C Teiwes. Conflict is natural. In his book “There is an I in Team” Mark de Rond picks up on the fact that we often talk about organizations and teams as though they were single, unified entities composed of like-minded people, little ducks all neatly in a row.
Kouzes & Posner’s survey of 60, Leadership found the single most sought. Earlier in September, Wang Qishan, Chinese President Xi Jinping’s de facto right hand man, openly discussed the question of the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) legitimacy at the “Party and. Introduction. The March Chatham House conference on the topic of governance, leadership and legitimacy compared political and government systems in the three major political and economic powers in East Asia.
1 It considered the systems in the context of the historical and political legitimacy of different leadership models in China, Japan and South. The desire for the 'core' leader has been imbedded in the ruling philosophy of the Chinese Communist Party.
As the role of the 'core' leader and his interactions with other ruling elite are important in understanding Chinese politics, this book attempts to focus on the role of the party chief and how he could become the 'core' of the leadership.
The Chinese Communist Party still pays lip service on occasion to Marx, Lenin, and Mao, but the main message is clear: only under its steady leadership will China be a. The normative concept of political legitimacy is often seen as related to the justification of authority.
The main function of political legitimacy, on this interpretation, is to explain the difference between merely effective or de facto authority and legitimate authority.
John Locke put forward such an interpretation of legitimacy. Locke’s. This book addresses the impact of an increasingly complex environment on the legitimacy and transparency of polities, on the role of leadership and political personality and on motivated images, rhetoric and communication.
Buy Leadership, Legitimacy, and Conflict in China: From a Charismatic Mao to the Politics of Succession 1 by Frederick C Teiwes (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Legitimacy in Contemporary China: Maintaining the Legitimacy of an Authoritarian State Anne McGinnis * This essay seeks to explain how the People‘s Republic of China, an authoritarian state, creates and maintains political legitimacy.
Following David Beetham, a state must fulfill, or appear to fulfill, three criteria to possess political. Frederick Carle Teiwes (born ) is an American-born Australian sinologist.
He held a personal chair as professor emeritus in Government and International Relations at Sydney University until his retirement in He is especially known for his detailed studies, together with Warren Sun, on the history of Chinese Communist Party (CCP) elite politics.
This book examines the role of traditional Chinese values, ideology, and philosophy as a key determinant in modern China’s leadership succession. The author asserts that, as communist ideology wanes, Chinese leaders will turn to their own traditional values found in Confucianism, Daoism, and Buddhism to establish legitimacy to rule as they Pages: Leadership is an essential ingredient in reaching international agreements and overcoming the collective action problems associated with responding to climate change.
In this study, we aim at answering two questions that are crucial for understanding the legitimacy of leadership in international climate change negotiations. Based on the responses of three Cited by: Barbara Wang is an expert in cross-cultural leadership at Ashridge Executive Education.
By downloading this resource your information will be shared with its authors. Full privacy statement. Globalisation is having a major impact on organizations, and leaders must adapt to survive in the new world order. How to develop leadership skills and.
Legitimacy, Trust, Contribution and Accountability are the products of a fundamental shift from “taking” to “giving” at work at the level of the individual, the team and the organisation. At an organisational level we help effect a change in what are means and ends. We enable those in leadership positions to serve their people, who in.
Legitimacy clearly is a source of authority and the authoritative organization derives some legitimacy from its consequent effectiveness. For GGOs, however, the demands of legitimacy and authority can and do conflict. It is critically important to specify how and when such conflicts might arise.
The argument is fairly straightforward and by: Legitimacy is a tricky concept and when it comes to having legitimate power.
What is Legitimate Power in Leadership. Legitimate power is the authority that a leader exercises by default, due to his position in an organization.
A leader is essentially distinguished from a follower, due to the greater rights and responsibilities he has, compared. In his book ‘The Five Dysfunctions of a Team’, author Patrick Lencioni argues that fear of conflict is delaying decisions and limiting the commitment, in both individuals and teams.
Decisions are half-hearted or never taken because the fear of conflict is suppressing opinions and emotions, that could otherwise assure a passionate discussion. Structural leadership Directional leadership Idea-based leadership Common good Self interest High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low Negotiator (n = ) 42 8 52 2 49 3 75 5 43 Leadership is an essential ingredient in reaching international agreements and overcoming the collective action problems associated with responding to climate change.
In this study, we aim at answering two questions that are crucial for understanding the legitimacy of leadership in international climate change by: Frederick C. Teiwes, Leadership, Legitimacy and Conflict in China: From a Charismatic Mao to the Politics of Succession (London: MacMillan, ).
Max Weber, Economy and Society, Guenther Roth and Claus Wittich, eds. (Berkeley: University of California Press, ): Lanxin Xiang, CHINA’S LEGITIMACY CRISIS (Rowman and Littlefield, ). Therefore, legitimacy must trump international law in validating the use of regional organizations in conflict management.
Although states typically do construct a legal case for their interventions, the author’s research suggests that states pursuing peace enforcement operations generally have stronger international legitimacy concerns than.
The authority exercised is a kind of legitimate power and people follow figures exercising it, because their positions demand so irrespective of the person holding the position. Leaders in organizations and elsewhere may have formal authorities but they mostly rely on the informal authority that they exercise on people to influence them.
Avenues of Escalation. In the immediate wake of the conflict, both the USSR and China prepared for war, with the Red Army redeploying to the.
Leadership, Legitimacy and Communication, Publisher: Routledge, Editors: Peter Bursens, Christ'l De Landstheer, Luc Braeckmans, Barbara Segaert, pp Cite this publication Christ'l De Landtsheer.
Win at Workplace Conflict: Jeffrey Pfeffer Stay focused on the most essential objectives. Don’t fight over things that don’t matter. Build an empathetic understanding of others’ points of view. Keep your friends close & your enemies closer.
Use humor to defuse difficult Size: KB. With the rise of China in the global economy, it has never been more important for business leaders to understand Chinese leadership philosophies and practices. This is the first book to explain how ancient Chinese thinking and Western ideas have shaped the development of leadership styles in China.
Leadership theories associated with Confucianism, Daoism. The Link between Communicative Intelligence and Procedural Justice: The Path to Police Legitimacy: /ch The public's perception of police legitimacy is viewed through the lens of procedural justice (Tyler, ). Legitimacy it is a Author: Renée J.
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He first took a congratulatory call from Taiwanese President Tsai. The Developmental Leadership Program (DLP, or DLPROG) is an international research and policy initiative. The Program looks at the political processes that underpin development goals such as sustainable economic growth, political stability and inclusive social on: Birmingham, United Kingdom.a special focus on China and describes the findings of the Lessons of Experience-China project based on interviews with 55 top-level executives from 6 China-based companies (state-controlled and private).
Some perspectives on leadership development in China that this study provides.Leadership and Legitimacy: China and the US in the Asia Pacific Shaun Narine, St. Thomas University Canadian Political Science Association Annual Meeting, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C.
Introduction: The following discussion is a very preliminary exploration of the question of what.