Legal Institutions in Manchu China: A Sociological Analysis
Athlone P., 1966 - 180 頁
Presents a sociological analysis of the legal and quasi-legal institutions during the Manchu period. This work discusses both the concepts underlying and the actual working of government and administration in Manchu China, the nature of the law, judicial procedure, and the effectiveness of the law in supporting social order.
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Some relevant aspects of Chinese social structure
The theory and functions of government in China
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