Table of contents for Civil society and political change in Asia : expanding and contracting democratic space / edited by Muthiah Alagappa.

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Contents
Acronyms and Abbreviations
Preface
Contributors
Introduction
Muthiah Alagappa
Part I. Conceptual Perspective
1.	Civil Society and Political Change: An Analytical Framework
Muthiah Alagappa
Part II. Legitimate Civil Society: Negotiating Democratic Space
2.	Indonesia: Transformation of Civil Society and Democratic Breakthrough
Edward Aspinall
3.	The Philippines: Fractious Civil Society and Competing Visions of Democracy
Jennifer C. Franco
4.	South Korea: Confrontational Legacy and Democratic Contributions
Sunhyuk Kim
5.	Taiwan: No Civil Society, No Democracy
Yun Fan
6.	India: Expanding and Contracting Democratic Space
Amitabh Behar and Aseem Prakash
7.	Japan: Social Capital Without Advocacy
Robert Pekkanen
Part III. Controlled and Communalized Civil Society: Challenging and Reinforcing the 
State
8.	Malaysia: Construction of Counterhegemonic Narratives and Agendas
Meredith L. Weiss
9.	Sri Lanka: Ethnic Domination, Violence, and Illiberal Democracy
Neil DeVotta
10.	Singapore: Engagement and Autonomy Within the Political Status Quo
Suzaina Kadir
Part IV. Repressed Civil Society: Penetrated, Co-opted, and Avoiding the State
11.	Pakistan: Civil Society in the Service of an Authoritarian State
Aqil Shah
12.	Burma: Civil Society Skirting Regime Rules
Kyaw Yin Hlaing
13.	China: The Limits of Civil Society in a Late Leninist State
Mary E. Gallagher
Part V. Conclusion
14.	The Nonstate Public Sphere in Asia: Dynamic Growth, Institutionalization Lag
Muthiah Alagappa
15.	Civil Society and Democratic Change: Indeterminate Connection, Transforming 
Relations
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Tables and Figures
Tables
1.1	Functions and Roles of Civil Society	000
5.1	Social Protests Reported in Taiwan by Number, 1983-87	000
5.2	Social Protests Reported in Taiwan by Issue, 1983-87	000
5.3	Social Movement Activists' Class Background	000
5.4	Social Movement Activists' Generational Background	000
5.5	Growth of Civil Society Groups in Taiwan, 1980-2001	000
6.1	The Sangh Family	000
7.1	Civil Society Groups in Japan	000
7.2	Relationship Between the Bureaucracy and Permitted Groups in Japan	000
7.3	What Japanese Neighborhood Associations Do	000
7.4	Press Coverage of Interest Groups as a Proportion of All Interest Groups 
Mentioned in U.S. Print Media in 1991	000
8.1	Four Paths for Civil Society's Influence	000
Figures	000
5.1	Number of National and Local Associations Registered in Taiwan, 1977-2001
	000
7.1	Civil Society Employment as a Percentage of Total Employment	000
7.2	PIPs by Number of Employees	000
7.3	Revenue Sources for Civil and Advocacy Groups	000
7.4.	Large Japanese and U.S. Civil Society Groups by Founding Date and Percentage
7.5	Research in Newspapers in Japan and the United States by Source
	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Civil society -- Asia.
Democratization -- Asia.
Non-governmental organizations -- Asia.
Social movements -- Asia.