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The unfinished liberation of Chinese women 1949-1980

by Phyllis Andors

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Published by Indiana University Press, Wheatsheaf in Bloomington, Brighton .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Women -- China -- Social conditions.,
  • Women -- China -- History -- 20th century.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    StatementPhyllis Andors.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHQ1768
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix,212p. ;
    Number of Pages212
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16007854M
    ISBN 100710804482

    The Keys to Chinese Women’s Liberation in a Global Context The history of Chinese women’s liberation has shown that the May Fourth Movement is a cultural movement which only focuses on attacking Confucianism, that the communist revolution of was a great political transformation, which only served the privileges of a small ruling class Cited by: Belcher, D. (). [Review of the book Lives: Chinese working women by M. Sheridan & J. Salaff (Eds.)]. National Women's Studies Association Newsletter, 3, 3. Belcher, D. (). [Review of the book The Unfinished Liberation of Chinese Women, by Phyllis Andors]. The Women's Studies Review, 7, Book Forewords.

    A mail-order bride is a girl who lists herself in catalogs and is selected by a person for marriage. China is the country with previous traditions about females’ function, habits, and marriage. The Chinese language women who hold the standard approach understand marriage as one of the essential objectives and consider a husband the top [ ]. Women and Chinese Patriarchy: Submission, Servitude and Escape. London: Zed Books. Jay, Jennifer. "Vignettes of Chinese Women in T'ang Xi'an (): Individualism in Wu Zetian, Yang Guifei, Yu Xuanji and Li Wa," Chinese Culture Judd, Ellen R. "Niangjia: Chinese Women and their Natal Families." Journal of Asian Studies.

    The University of Chicago Press. Books Division. Chicago Distribution Center.   Doleful book titles summarized these judgments: The Unfinished Liberation of Chinese Women; Patriarchy and Socialist Revolution in China; Revolution Postponed A third project in the s took advantage of new access to Chinese libraries and archives, endeavoring to “make the invisible visible.”Cited by:


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The Unfinished Liberation of Chinese Women, – Bloomington: Indiana University Press, E-mail Citation» Examines how changing economic policies between and (such as the First Five-Year Plan and the Great Leap Forward) impacted women’s employment, health, and educational opportunities. made under Maoist socialism.

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Bibliography on Women in Chinese History The Unfinished Liberation of Chinese Women, ‑ Bloomington: Indiana University Press. A Marriage, Divorce, and Revolution: Reading between the Lines of the Book of Changes.

@ Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies ‑ Sievers, Sharon. The Unfinished Liberation of Chinese Women, By: Andors, Phyllis Price: $ Publisher: Bloomington and Sussex, Indiana University Press/Wheatsheaf Books: Both books The Unfinished Liberation of Chinese Women, by Phyllis Andors (Indiana University Press, ) and Revolution Postponed: Women in Contemporary China by Margery Wolf (Stanford University Press, August ) address this issue and argue that the Chinese women’s liberation has not finished.

The unfinished liberation of Chinese women, Ann Arbor, MI: Books on Demand. The beauty and the book: women and fiction in nineteenth-century China. Harvard East Asian monographs; Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Asia Center, Remaking China's public philosophy and Chinese women's liberation: the volatile mixing.

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Dooling.works characterize women as “objects of a communist state that had used women’s liberation 5 See Phyllis Andors, The Unfinished Liberation of Chinese Women, (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, ) and Judith Stacey, Patriarchy and Socialist Revolution in China (Berkeley: University of California Press, ).