Contents, Abstracts and Keywords
The Three Levels of Lenirfs Discussion on Nationalism: Based on the
Analysisabout the Development of Lenin’s World
Abstract: Among the classic Marxist writers’ discussion on nationalism, Lenin’srelated discussion is more comprehensive and balanced. Lenin’s discussion on Nationalism appears as three levels with closely logical relations, namely " global,international, anddomestic" level, which not only fully fits the development of Lenin’s world revolution thought, but also comprehensively explains Lenin’s political views and strategy orientation on nationalism issues. So, it becomes the important component of Marxism national theory andalso has obvious contemporary significance for the relative theory and practice.
Keywords: I,enin; nationalism; world revolution; level.
City and Immigrant: A Summary of Western Researches about the Ethnic
Abstract: The ubiquity of the ethnic residentiaL segregation and its complicated socialconsequences makes it become a central issue of academic research and society policies inwestern countries. Based on the western literatures, this article briefly introduced thecauses, the social consequences, the mechanism, and the policy interventions of the ethnicresidential segregation in the process of urbanization. At present, China is also facing theserious challenge to the ethnic spatial differentiation in the same process. So, those theoriesand relative practices from western countries can undoubtedly provide us with some usefulexperiences.
Keywords: city and immigrant; ethnic residential segregation; spatial differentiation;ethnic relation; social integration.
A Research on the Special Work Mechanism of the Development and Stability of the Frontier Minority Areas in China:Based onthe Five Tibetan Work Conferences Held by the Central
Abstract: To safeguard the stability of the frontier minority areas in China and boost itsdevelopment, it is necessary to start a new work clue during the transitional period of reformand opening up. The five Tibetan work conferences held by the central authorities were animportant innovation in the work about the frontier minority areas. Those conferences werenot only regarded as "meetings", but also as a special work mechanism of the developmentand stability of the frontier minority areas, and a supplementary and auxiliary of the systemof regional autonomy for ethnic minorities. In a word, those conferences played an importantrole in the development and stability of the frontier minority areas.