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Law and civil society in Cambodia and Vietnam: A gramscian perspective
Journal of Contemporary Asia
Commentators have long struggled to understand state-society relations in Asia within the framework of the dominant liberal-democratic conceptualisation of civil society. This article examines the relevance of Antonio Gramsci's theory of civil society for understanding contemporary Cambodia and Vietnam, with reference to both legal and social frameworks. Such an analysis illuminates important aspects of state-society relations in Southeast Asia that tend to be overlooked by dominant liberal anddoi:10.1080/00472330701822322 fatcat:ny4amet26ffgnmyg4mkudpxclm