7 edition of Gender and power in rural North China found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Gender & power in rural North China.|
|Statement||Ellen R. Judd.|
|LC Classifications||HQ1240.5.C6 J84 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 295 p. :|
|Number of Pages||295|
|LC Control Number||93038862|
Peasants and Revolution in Rural China: Rural Political Change in the North China Plain and the Yangzi Delta, New York: Routledge, Liu, Xiaohe and MacLaren, Donald. Changing International Wheat Market with Particular Reference to Trade Between Australia and China. Bowen Hills, QLD: Academic Australia Press, Liu, Xin. Judd, Ellen () Gender and Power in Rural North China (Stanford: Stanford University Press). Google Scholar Kang Xiaoguang () Poverty and Poverty Theories in China (Nanning: Guangxi Press).Cited by: 6.
The average income of rural working women was 79 percent of that of men in This number plummeted to 56 percent in , which meant that the average income of rural women was only a bit more than half of the income of rural men. A gender gap in wage payment may result from either competence differences or discrimination. OneFile Size: 1MB. About the Book. What can we learn about the Chinese revolution by placing a doubly marginalized group—rural women—at the center of the inquiry? In this book, Gail Hershatter explores changes in the lives of seventy-two elderly women in rural Shaanxi province during the revolutionary decades of the s and s.
The Gender of Memory: Rural Women and China’s Collective Past, by Gail Hershatter () By Jing Zhai Seventy-two ordinary women, living in four different villages in central and southern Shaanxi Province, mostly born during the s or s, witnessed the rise of the new Communist regime in and experienced dramatic life. Transforming gender and development in East Asia / Published: () Gender and power in rural North China / by: Judd, Ellen R., Published: () Gender, planning, and .
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Ellen R. Judd (Author) ISBN ISBN Cited by: For a woman to be without ability is a virtue is a view attributed to Confucius but still very much alive in contemporary China. It is a paradox—a proposition widely accepted as true by both women and men but in practice denied in the conduct of everyday life.
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Land Allocation P34 In the context of questions of gender and power in contemporary rural China, there are some additional concerns regarding the erosion of women's rights to land.
Allocations to unmarried daughters stay with their natal households when they marry, but that does not constitute continued land rights for the : Ellen Judd. : Culture, Power, and the State: Rural North China, (): Prasenjit Duara: BooksCited by: Gender and Power in Rural Greece.
Jill Dubisch. Introduced by Jill Dubisch, the book contains eight original essays and a republication of the Friedl article. Jill Dubisch is Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of North Carolina in Charlotte.
This multidisciplinary book explores gender politics in the discourses and practices of development in rural China. The contributors – scholars in political science, anthropology, gender, development and Chinese studies – examine how differently positioned women are shaping rural development, and how development is affecting women’s capabilities and gender power relations.
"Masculine Compromise makes a prominent contribution to the existing literature of men and rural–urban migration in China, with a primary focus on the migrant men’s family lives and personal relationships The book captures the power of patriarchy and the notion of masculine ideals through unfolding the patrilineal and patrilocal.
This investigation compares the traditional energy structure with improved energy structures, and evaluates the impact of renewable energy on gender relations in rural communities in north-west China. The traditional energy consumption structure in rural communities in north-west China was based on biomass and by: On a global scale, gender inequality in China is relatively slight.
InChina ranked 91 out of countries on the United Nations Development Programme's Gender Inequality Index (GII). Among the GII components, China's maternal mortality ratio was 32 out oflive births. In education percent of women age 25 and older had completed secondary education, while the counterpart.
The rural sex-ratio imbalance at marriageable ages, heightened by the rural-urban migration of women, has led to an increase in the negotiating power of young women in the rural marriage : Yunxiang Yan.
Study: Gender Inequality Serious in Rural Areas Gender inequality still exists in China, especially in poverty-stricken rural areas, a recent national study on gender assessment learned. Extending the current literature about rural-urban inequality in social protection, education, and health in China, this research demonstrates that the hukou system, as a social institution, creates a generalized hierarchy of marital preferences that invidiously divides worthy citizens (urbanites) from the underclass (rural people).
The Cited by: 9. Book Description: Out to Workis an engaging account of the lives of a group of rural Chinese women who, while still in their teens, moved from villages to Beijing to take up work as maids, office cleaners, hotel chambermaids, and the vanguard of China's great rural-urban migration in the s, these women confronted challenges that were unique to their generation.
The Gender of Memory: Rural Women and China’s Collective Past. In this Book. and most deeply harbored grievances. In showing what memories can tell us about gender as an axis of power, difference, and collectivity in s rural China and the present, Hershatter powerfully examines the nature of socialism and how gender figured in its.
North China Rural Community (Stanford: Stanford University Press, ), p. One uxorilocal marriage was detected among families in Buck's survey in the s; see John L. Buck, Chinese Farm Economy: A Study of Farms in Seventeen Localities and Seven Provinces in China (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, ).
For the. The Gender, Culture, and Power Reader explores different approaches to the study and conceptualization of gender, the value and limitations of gender as an analytic category, and the theoretical insights about gender produced by ethnographic research into the everyday lives, labors, loves, and livelihoods of people throughout the world.
InChina hosted the Fourth World Conference on Women, which produced the Beijing Platform for Action, a document outlining concrete measures to achieve gender equality week Author: Eileen Otis. This multidisciplinary book explores gender politics in the discourses and practices of development in rural China.
The contributors – scholars in political science, anthropology, gender, development and Chinese studies – examine how differently positioned women are shaping rural development, and how development is affecting women’s capabilities and gender power by: 2.The role of women in agriculture.
Prepared by the SOFA Team and Cheryl Doss. gender composition of rural populations. average is dominated by China, where the female share of the agricultural labour force has increased slightly during the past three decades.
The female share in India has remainedFile Size: KB.She is the author of Gender and Power in Rural North China (Stanford, ), and the co-editor of Feminists Doing Development: A Practical Critique.
"For people looking for contemporary strategies to promote education, literacy and training for women in rural settings in order to improve their involvement in market competition, this book will.