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《Southeast Asian Studies》 2009-03
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Civil Society's Role in Democratization:A Case Study on Singapore

Gao Qiqi(Political Science Institute,East China's University of Political Science and Law,Shanghai 201620,China)  
With the case of Singapore,this article tries to test the western scholars' conclusion on the relations between civil society and democratization,Almost all the scholars from the west world take the opinion that civil society's development will lead to democratization,with the core hypothesis of dualistic opposition between civil society and state.However,Singapore's civil society has been fostered by the state,and at the same time,the development of civil society increases the legitimacy of PAP government.Therefore,in Singapore's case,in the short run,civil society's development will not possibly lead to democratization,on the contrary,it even delay the realization of democratic politics.In the long term,civil society's development is not the decisive factor of initiating democratization,but the crucial factor for the consolidation of democratic politics.
【Fund】: 华东政法大学2008年度科研项目“东亚政党与公民社会关系对中国共产党处理党群关系的启示”(项目编号:08HZK027)的阶段性成果
【CateGory Index】: D733.9
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