Labour Unrest in China

Mathias Wejs Hansen, Katrine Petersen Strand, Cecilie Regitze Rohlin Eriksen & Jef Van Den Abbeele

Studenteropgave: Masterprojekt

Abstrakt

This review covers the literature on labour unrest in China by addressing the theoretical concepts and methodologies employed by scholars to analyse the recent increase in unrest. The review will firstly seek to uncover the interdependencies between the structural, institutional and organisational level of analysis. Second, the issue of the lack of public data available in China forces scholars to take on a pragmatic methodological approach. The lack of public data is both a hindrance and a way of understanding China, and this calls for the use of more Chinese-based concepts.

UddannelserGlobal Studies, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Kandidat
SprogEngelsk
Udgivelsesdato2016
Antal sider31
VejledereSune Haugbølle