秋霞理论在线观看理论 This article examines the relationship betweenlaw and social movements by analysing civil environmental public interestlitigation in China after 2015. Based on the fieldwork in China, this researchexamines the dynamics of environmental legal mobilization and identifies thesupport structure that mobilizes legal actions. This article finds that threemain frames will impact the support structure in a way that social groups needto construct a consensus with state authorities: (1) assisting the government;(2) advocating policy change and promoting legal reforms; and (3) resolvinglocal environmental problems. This research sheds new light on legalmobilization theory and argues that China's legal reform will open new pathwaysfor robust social participation and signify a more formal rule of law.
Ren,Xiangyi,Liu Lili. Building Consensus: Support Structure and the Frames ofEnvironmental Legal Mobilization in China[J] Journal of Contemporary China,2020,01.