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Note that the old danwei system did not apply to rural enterprises.
A danwei often occupied huge tracks of land, or da yuan.
There are three main forms of bianzhi: administrative bianzhi (xingzheng bianzhi), enterprise bianzhi (qiye bianzhi), and the bianzhi which applies to public service units (shiye danwei bianzhi).
Wang Danwei will be featured in a story in Mina magazine and star in Tencent's mini-ads, in addition to winning fantastic prizes including cash and a mobile phone, simply as a result of just by uploading a photo and sharing her thoughts and feelings.
Danwei, "Novel Behavior Fusion method for the navigation of mobile robots," in 2000 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, Nashville, USA, 2000, p.
2]; since 1982 this has been subject to a provincial level baohu danwei [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (protection unit).
12] Keliang Zhou and Danwei Wang, "Relationship between Space Vector Modulation and Three Phase Carrier based PWM: A Comprehensive Analysis" IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, Vol.
Lee argues that in addition to state repression we must also look into the way in which labour power is reproduced and the lingering form of living shaped by the socialist danwei system.
Every adult in an urban area had to belong to a danwei or a "work unit," from which he or she received wages and benefits, including housing and medical coverage.
Cheng Tao 2003 Neibu Danwei Baowei (Internal Workplace Protection Units).
Combining old-style Chinese danwei practices with those of the modern multinational corporation clearly presents difficulties, especially in province such as Shaanxi.
I am grateful to my colleagues Peter Arnold, Jeremy Plunkett, Danwei Xue, Dean Gonzales, Edward Tsuei and Mahrokh Esfandiary for valuable discussions.
But because the danwei was a state organization and managers were state and party officials, such control was at once also political and ideological.
Until the early 1990s, almost all housing in China was provided by the work unit or danwei.
The danwei system was China's version of the socialist propensity to combine welfare with control [78] or, as Janos Kornai framed it, solicitude with surveillance.