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6 edition of The unfinished liberation of Chinese women, 1949-1980 found in the catalog.

The unfinished liberation of Chinese women, 1949-1980

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Published by Indiana University Press in Bloomington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Women -- China -- History -- 20th century.,
  • Women and socialism -- China -- History -- 20th century.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementPhyllis Andors.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHQ1768
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21215077M
    ISBN 100253360226

    Women in the Working Force in India. Google Scholar Ono, Kazuko. It is exactly like this. Shehuixue yanjiu Sociology research 39—

    Davin and Croll, along with Salaff herself continued to study Asia. Y, Chn-fang. Guide to Women's Studies in China. Rosaldo and Louise Lamphere. Columbia: University of South Carolina Press,

    Yeh Eds. This is a freedom which becomes obvious in various forms of independence: from the economic freedom to spend when possible the time and money they have earned in their chosen way, to the many learning opportunities available in Beijing. Studies in Chinese Society. Google Scholar Franke, Wolfgang. Lee Ching-kwan. Ever since, there has been a steady stream of publications in journals, monographs, and anthologies engaging in a feminist reflection on the Confucian philosophical tradition.


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Beyond the patrilineal self: Constructing gender in China. I wish this in the future, to have enough money and enough freedom. For Mattice, plausible arguments can be made from within the framework of Confucian ethics consistent with the feminist commitment on issues of domestic violence, same-sex marriage, and abortion It is not possible to study and analyse Chinese domestic migration without taking into account the cultural, political, social, and economic complexity of the country.LABOR AND THE CHINESE REVOLUTION.

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N/A Autumn willows: poetry by women of The beauty and the book: women and fiction in nineteenth-century China. Harvard East Asian. Nov 16,  · Some of the flavor of that time is evident in a review essay that Salaff published in Contemporary Sociology, on three books from The Unfinished Liberation of Chinese Women,by Phyllis Andors (who died at age 50 in ); Women, the Family, and Peasant Revolution in China, by Kay Ann Johnson, a professor at Hampshire College.

Unfinished Liberation of Chinese Women, – Bloomington: Indiana University Press, Bai Shuan. “Hui jiating? Dao shehui? [Return home? Step into society?].” Xinhua Ribao Supplement, Funüzhilu (Women’s path).

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