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by Elisabeth Croll
Author: Elisabeth Croll
Publisher: Zed Books (December 1983)
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In the women of China, the Communists possessed, almost ready-made . Chinese women’s organizations began to emerge during the Zhang Mao era (1948-1976) such as the All-China Women’s Federation.
In the women of China, the Communists possessed, almost ready-made, one of the greatest masses of disinherited human beings the world has ever seen. Why should women shoulder the whole responsibility for saving the world?" writes Lu Xun, "According to the old school, women belong to the yin, or negative element.
Chinese Families in the Post-Mao Era. Berkeley: University of California Press, c. org/ark:/13030/ft3q2nb257/. The chapters in this volume were first presented at a conference on "Family Strategies in Post-Mao China," held at Roche Harbor, Washington, June 12-17, 1990.
appearance of older women in China, unlike in youth-worshipping .
appearance of older women in China, unlike in youth-worshipping, body-obsessed western. The dominant related third-wave western feminist approach (hereafter 3WWF) has. focused on issues of agency and utility, arguing that women should be able to choose whatever. Mao-era concerns with women’s economic opportunities outside the home with a new. reform-era fixation on femininity and women’s special characteristics, as will be discussed.
In The Third Revolution, Elizabeth Economy offers a nuanced . The main point of the book is that Xi Jinping is the most powerful leader since Chairman Mao.
Leading China expert Elizabeth Economy provides a clear-eyed net assessment of China under Xi Jinping: its global ambitions, domestic limitations, and the paradox of its external hubris and internal insecurities.
For women in the workplace to adhere to this narrowly defined acceptable female image meant to see .
For women in the workplace to adhere to this narrowly defined acceptable female image meant to see, understand and speak about their life not as it was, but as what it ought to be according to the party ideal. It is a measure of the campaign’s success that women who publicly described their experiences in the Mao era did so exclusively in official rhetoric.
Gender-based wage stratification has become a major issue in post-reform China.
Changing employment policy was a major part of China's reforms after the Mao era. Under Mao China formed the Tong Bao Tong Pei employment system, a centralised system which created d jobs. Due to widespread unemployment after the Cultural Revolution, the Communist Party and the government phased out guaranteed employment and reformed the employment system as part of larger. Gender-based wage stratification has become a major issue in post-reform China.
Chen examines the cultural and political interrelations between the East and West from a vantage point more complex than that accommodated by most current theories of Western imperialism and colonialism.
Leisure innovation among post-retirement women in north-eastern China. Asian Journal of Women's Studies, Vol. 22, Issue
Leisure innovation among post-retirement women in north-eastern China. 22, Issue.
Women, Work: Women and the Party in Revolutionary China. Metamorphosis, Stasis and Retro-metamorphosis: Professional Women’s Struggle for Transformation in Post-Mao China. Women in Honglou Ming: Prescriptions of Purity in the Femininity of Qing Dynasty China. Modern China 6, 407-429. Dissertation, University of Lancaster, UK. Google Scholar. Between Dogma and Reality: Women and Employment in China.