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by C. K. Yang

eBook Chinese Communist Society: The Family and the Village epub
  • ISBN: 026274001X
  • Author: C. K. Yang
  • Genre: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Social Sciences
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: The MIT Press (March 15, 1965)
  • Pages: 530 pages
  • ePUB size: 1846 kb
  • FB2 size 1365 kb
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Chinese Communist Society: The Family and the Village. Religion in Chinese Society. Berkely and Los Angeles: University of California Press. Yang, Qingkun (2007).

Chinese Communist Society: The Family and the Village. 国社会中的宗教: 宗教的现代社会功能与其历史因素之研究 (Zhongguo Shehui Zhong de Zongjiao: Zongjiao de xiandai shehui gongneng yu qili shiyin suzhi yanjiu). Shanghai: Shanghai renmin chubanshe.

Chinese Communist Society: The Family and The Village will serve as a valuable supplement text in sociology, anthropology, and political science courses

Chinese Communist Society: The Family and The Village will serve as a valuable supplement text in sociology, anthropology, and political science courses. Dr. Yang's readable style makes his studies rewarding to everyone interested in Far Eastern affairs, the methodology of Communism and current events. Out of Print ISBN: 9780262740012 276 pp.

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ASIN: B0006BMIJO Product Name: Chinese Communist society: the family and the village (The . paperback series, MIT 30) Category (item-type): books. paperback series, MIT 30. Unknown Binding: 276 pages. Publisher: M. I. T. Press (1965).

ISBN13: 9780262740012. Chinese Communist Society : The Family and the Village.

Bibliographic Details. Title: Chinese Communist society: the family and. Our general description is conservative and the book should be as good or better than our general description may indicate

Bibliographic Details. Book Condition: Good. Our general description is conservative and the book should be as good or better than our general description may indicate. RETURNS are cheerfully accepted up to 30 days. We ship out within 1-2 business days and .

Chinese society was shaped for a long time by Confucianism and then by Communism and now by making money. Diwei ( status ) is all-important in modern China. Otherwise China is a very diverse place and the Chinese are a diverse group of people. Attitudes, feeling and values vary from individual to individual, group to group and region to region and it is difficult to make generalizations.

In this one volume, Chinese Communist Society: The Family .

In this one volume, Chinese Communist Society: The Family and The Village, are unique studies dealing with contemporary changes in Chinese village society an. .They are unique because Dr. Yang did his field work in China in a critical period of Chinese history: he began during the last year of nationalist rule and continued through the first two years of the Communist regime. His is probably the only analysis of the change in the family system, the problems of marriage and divorce, the status of women, the changing economic structure, and the disorganization of the Clan made from on-the-spot observations in this period of upheaval. 1 vol. (VIII-VII-246-276 . ; 21 cm.

Home Browse Books Book details, A Chinese Village in Early Communist Transition. A Chinese Village in Early Communist Transition. While the functional unity of the institutions and the social groups makes the village a distinct entity, it does not isolate the village from social and cultural ties with the regional and national community. Over 14 million journal, magazine, and newspaper articles.

International Journal of Adolescence and Youth, Vol. 17, Issue. 7. Sources on the traditional family include: Lang, Olga, Chinese Family and Society (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1946); Shu-ching, Lee, China's traditional family, its characteristics and disintegration, ASR, 18(3) (06 1953), pp. 272–80; Levy, Marion Jr, The Family Revolution in Modern China (New York: Atheneum, 1949); Pye, Lucian, The Spirit of Chinese. Politics (Cambridge, Mass.

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