Evolution of Ancient Chinese Village Governance

Ying MA, Zhixiang MA

Abstract


Agricultural civilization lasted for nearly five thousand years in ancient China. The long agricultural civilization era and the rich village governance experiences have been second to none. To study the evolution of ancient Chinese village governance can help dig the wisdoms of ancient Chinese, and even offer some references to the contemporary world.


Keywords


Ancient China; Agricultural civilization; Village

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References


Jin, T. J., & Shi, C. M. (2002). Village relationship and self-governance. Guangdong People’s Publishing House.

Wei, Q. Y. (1989). History of China’s political system. Beijing: Renmin University of China Press.

Zhu, X. S. (2004). Village social structure changes and reconstruction. Shanghai: Shanghai University Press.




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/7563

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