Abstract: A sociological analysis of the Chinese pro-democracy student movement that culminated in the brutal suppression by the People's Liberation Army.
Keywords: book review, international, current_events, sociology, Communist Red Mainland China, Tiananmen Square Massacre.
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Title: Neither Gods nor Emperors : Students and the Struggle for Democracy in China
Author: Craig J. Calhoun
Publisher: University of California Press
Date Published: April 1995
ISBN: 0520088263
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Part 1 : The Experience of the Movement: A Narrative

Chapter 1 : Mounting Protest

Chapter 2 : Fear, Uncertainty, and Success beyond Expectations

Chapter 3 : Crisis, Climax, and Disaster

Part 2 : The Sources and Meanings of the Movement: An Analysis

Chapter 4 : Spontaneity and Organization

Chapter 5 : Civil Society and Public Sphere

Chapter 6 : Cultural Crisis

Chapter 7 : Claiming Democracy

Conclusion: To Be Worthy of the Cause



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