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									发展课程实习报道和其他有关资料

       于海
    复旦大学社会学系
             目录
 媒体报道发展课程实习项目
 参加发展课程的学生评价
 2008年发展研究课程成绩单
 2008年发展研究课程第二单元试卷
 2008年发展研究课程第二单元试卷答案(部分)
 课程作业(2008):上海专题
 阅读材料复习要点 (2007)
 上海英文星
报的报道
 参加课程的学生对课程的评价
 全英文的“发展研究”课程2005年创立,我有幸作为第
  一届学生和助教,获得了丰富的经验。这一个课程以其
  独特的视角,深刻的理论知识,以及全面的实践机会,
  给中国学生和加拿大学生都提供了一个平台,让学生在
  实践中学习,在学习中实践。学生不仅学习社会学方面
  的知识,同时聆听各个领域专家的演讲,包括宗教,政
  治政策,医学系统,娱乐发展,法律等。学生们实践的
  基地也遍及居委会,非政府组织,公司企业等。所有的
  学生还到江南古镇,佛教圣地考察人文的现状与变化。
  可以说是目前所有项目中,学生走的最深,看得最远的
  项目。
 2005年参加课程学生:林洁颖
     参加课程的学生对课程的评价
 在“发展研究课程”中,我不仅全面学习了中国城市的发展历程
    ——宗教、空间、经济、政治,更提前体验了步入社会后的工作
    环境。通过与国外城市规划的比较,我了解到最前沿的发展模式
    ,也对中国城市发展方向有更客观更清醒地认识;在四个月的
    NGO实习中,我与来自女王大学的Sofia一起为华侨基金会工作,参
    与组织了Fundraising, Annual NGO Roundtable等一系列活动,并有机会
    与国外使馆、UNAIDS合作,掌握了上海NGO发展的最新资讯,也
    结识了众多志同道合的中外友人,为今后的职业发展道路打下了
    坚实的基础。
 此外,每周一次的讨论课程与课外活动也令我受益匪浅。从社会
  热点、中外纪录片讨论,组织辩论、外省考察,到有机农场野餐
  、中秋Cooking Day文化交流,我们不仅迅速提升了英语能力,更与
  女王大学的伙伴们建立起了深厚的友谊,也加深了对加拿大文化
  与生活的理解。可以说“发展研究课程”为中加的文化交流架起
  了一座桥梁。
                  2007年参加课程学生:蒋晨

 参加课程的学生对课程的评价
 在大学三年来参与过的所有双语教学课程中,FUDAN-
  QUEEN的“发展研究课程”在我的记忆中总是那样深
  刻、鲜活而又多姿多彩。它在我眼中,不仅是一门意义
  非凡的课程,同时也是一段独特而丰富的生活体验。作
  为一门课程,我从中最大的收获在于看待问题的视角变
  得多元而深刻。课程讲座中每位教授的见解,教材中各
  篇文章的观点,以及讨论中加拿大同学不同的理解,让
  我看待发展问题的视野异常开阔,视角趋于丰满。此外
  ,与加拿大同学共同参与NGO实习与社会实践的特别
  经历,对我而言,既是一次合作,又是一次“文化之旅
  ”,更让我们彼此成为挚友,实在是一段值得回味的生
  活体验。
 2008年参加课程学生:腾云
2008发展研究课程成绩单(外国学生)
 发展课程第二单元试卷(2008)
 Second Test of DEV431
 Name:
         Joint Course of Development Studies
       Fudan University and Queen’s University
                  November 7th , 2008
    1. Multiple Choice: circle the letter next to the best answer (30%)

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   In Confucian China, which Lun (ethical relations) was the core of the Five Luns?
   Husband and wife     B. Elder brother and younger brother
   C.      Father and son           D. Friends

   The hierarchy of Danwei relates to the:
   level of social welfare provided to members
   the ability of danwei members to become a party member
   Hukou statuses of members
   mobility chances of members

   The following are some features describing Chinese society during the 1949-1978 period. Which
    one is NOT a feature of this era?
   Patriarchy           B. Centralized Ideology
   C.      Market based economy D. Totalitarianism
     1. Multiple Choice: circle the letter next to the best answer (30%)


   Which one of the following does NOT relate to social stratification in post-Mao China?
   A. White collar and blue collar;          B. Employer and employee
   C. Revolutionary and anti-revolutionary;          D. Urban hukou and rural hukou

   386199 troop unit is related to
   A. Work unit           B. Military unit
   C. Migrant workers                  D. A special group of people left at home in rural area

   Which one is not mentioned by the authors in their paper titled “The Chinese Road: Cities in the
    Transition to Capitalism”
   A. Commodification of land                        B. Origins of the capitalists
   C. Privatization of state assets                  D. A government for capital

                  2. Short answers (30%)

 What are the three cardinal guides in the Chinese patriarchal
    society?
   What kind of work units are there in urban China according to Mr.
    Li Yi?
   According to Bian Yanjie’s article Chinese Social Stratification and
    Social Mobility, what are the four structural and behavioral
    dimensions that classified the Chinese people into qualitatively
    different status groups under Mao?
   What is the relationship between a member/members and a
    head/heads in a danwei in the Maoist China?
   How does the hukou work in income disparity in the post-Mao
    China?
                               3. Read and comment (40%)

   All of our conditions now seem to be highly “competitive”. Take labor force for an example, India and some other
    countries are not inferior to us for their sufficient and cheap labor force, but our labor accept humiliation and
    adversity meekly, and do not have the slightest collective negotiation right, which is an “advantage” that other
    countries fail to have. Contrary to labor force, our land is scarce and rare, but we have the most “effective” land
    enclosure system in the world. To enclose the large amount of rich land around Guangzhou is easier than to
    enclose the Nevada desert. We do not have favourable environment and resources, but we also do not have wicked
    citizens who make a disturbance in society, so there are fewer “troubles” when their land is expropriated. There is
    inadequate public finance for providing public welfare, but there is a generous use of public finance in the aspect of
    drawing investment. Be they socialist parties or conservative parties, they cannot compete with us in all these
    aspects. And those countries in democratic transition are far from capable to create this “miracle”, since they have
    many obstacles: conflicts in democratic transition, burden of the welfare system, trade union’s pressure on
    investors, to name a few. To reduce the “transaction cost” for the sake of improving “efficiency” is an invention of
    foreign economics, but to lower the “transaction cost” for some people by robbing others of the transaction right is
    what foreigners fail to come up with.
            From Qinhui: Development of the Chinese Miracle and Its Future

   Do you agree with the arguments by Qinhui? Give your opinion on the Chinese competitive
    power and what elements you think are critical to explain the Chinese road of development.
第二单元试卷(2008)答案(部分)
 1. Multiple Choice (30%)
1)C;     2) A;   3) C; 4) C; 5) D; 6) C;
 2.Short Answers (30%)
1) What are the three cardinal guides in the Chinese patriarchal
   society?
  Father guides Son; Ruler guides Subject; Husband guides Wife
2) What kind of work units are there in urban China according
 to Mr. Li Yi?
  Enterprise work unit; Institutional work unit; Party and
  Government agency
第二单元试卷(2008)答案(部分)
3) According to Bian Yanjie’s article Chinese Social Stratification
  and Social Mobility, what are the four structural and behavioral
  dimensions that classified the Chinese people into
  qualitatively different status groups under Mao?
  The revolutionary/anti-revolutionary split; The cadre/worker
  dichotomy; The rural/urban divide; The work unit boundary
4) What is the relationship between a member/members and a
   head/heads in a danwei in the Maoist China?
  Ethical relationship
5) How does the hukou work in income disparity in the post-
  Mao China?
  hukou plays a significant role in income disparity and there exists a
  hukou hierarchy in income
     课程作业(2008):上海专题
 I. Simple Questions
 What are the demographic features of the residents in Shanghai
    during the settlement period?
   Why did Shanghai was defined as the eldest son of Maoist China ?
   What changes took place regarding urban space in Shanghai
    according to Wangxiaoming (Under the Sky of Shanghai)?
   What is the distribution of right-of-way in Shanghai since l990s
    and how does it relate to the new spatial strategy according to Yu
    Hai (The production of space and the distribution of right-of-
    way)?
   What trends does the table below show in Shanghai industrial
    during 1952-1994?
       Gross Value of Industrial Output
           Shanghai ,1952-1994
Year    Value     Share of   Share of   Share in China %
        RMB100    Light %    heavy %
                                        Total      Light   Heavy
        m

1952    66        79.3       20.7       19.1       23.6    11.1
1955    91.42     75.5       24.5       17.1       21.8    10.3
1960    298.97    45         55.0       18.3       24.6    15.1
1965    230.77    56.1       43.9       16.5       17.9    14.9
1970    312.18    51.9       48.1       15         16.6    13.2
1975    420.37    48.5       51.5       13.1       14.1    12.1
1980    598.75    55.3       44.7       11.6       13.6    9.8
1985    862.73    52.9       47.1       8.9        9.9     8.0
1990    1642.75   51.5       48.5       6.9        7.2     6.6
1994    4255.19   44.4       55.6       7.1        _       _
   课程作业(2008):上海专题
 II. Read and comment
 For Deng, Shanghai and its Pudong project provided perfect
  symbols at home and abroad that China was forging ahead
  with reform and opening out. Moreover, he saw Shanghai’s
  revival as crucial to China’s national development strategy.
  The reforms in Guangdong and Shenzhen in the 1980s were
  always experimental. There was nothing experimental about
  his intentions for Shanghai.
 Please give some examples to show the process of
  Shanghai’s revival as a state strategy
       阅读材料复习要点 (2007)
 1. Four faces of global culture; globalization (Peter Berger, Four Faces of
    Global Culture)
   2. Social stratification of late imperial China; national civil examination; civil
    service system; the cadre system (Liyi, The Stracture and Evolution of
    Chinese Social Stratification, Chapter 2)
   3. Lun (ethical relations); different interpersonal relationships, intra-party
    relations (Xie Xialing, Chinese Society is an Ethical Society)
   4. The hierarchy of Danwei, different Danwei(work units); mechanisms of social
    stratification in contemporary China; contemporary social apartheid (Liyi, The
    Stracture and Evolution of Chinese Social Stratification, Chapter 7)
   5. Shanghai’s strength and obstacles to become a international hub (Weiping
    Wu and Shadid Yusuf, Shanghai: remaking China’s future global
    city)
       阅读材料复习要点 (2007)
 6. A theory of market transition; redistribution of power and privilege (Victor
    Nee, A theory of market transition: from redistribution to markets
    in state socialism)
   7. Pre-reform status hierarchy; Hukou system, socioeconomic inequality, social
    mobility (Bian Yanjie, Chinese social stratification and social
    mobility)
   8. Different forms of economic integration (Szelenyi, Eyal and Townsley,
    Making capitalism without capitalists, introduction)
   9. Power generation theory; power persistence thesis (Liu Xin: A power
    generation explanation of the mechanism of social stratification in
    contemporary China)
   10. Gentlemen and petty person; humanity; filial piety; governing; ritual
    (Confucian teachings)
       阅读材料复习要点 (2007)
 11. The legacies of imperial China that still provide great insight into
    comtemporary China’s style, capabilities and discontents. (Kenneth
    Liberthal, Governing China, Capter 1: The legacies of imperial
    China)
   12. Guanxi (Ambrose Y.C.King, Kuan-his and network building:a
    sociological interpretation)
   13. Chaxugeju (Fei Xiaotong, Chaxugeju)
   14. The relationship between the CPC and the NGOs (Lin Shangli, two
    modes of social construction)
   15. The interplay between the party-state and society (Tony Saich,
    Negotiating the state)
   16. Social space (Yunxiang Yan, Of hamburger and social space)
   17. Differences between the discotheque and Shanghai’s social dance hall in
    terms of social space and social function (James Farrer, dancing through
    the market transition)
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