2 edition of Women in China from earliest times to the present found in the catalog.
Women in China from earliest times to the present
Robin D. S. Yates
|Statement||by Robin D.S. Yates.|
|Series||Women and gender in China studies -- v. 1, Women and gender in China studies -- v. 1.|
|LC Classifications||Z7964.C5 Y38 2009, HQ1767 Y38 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||234 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||234|
|LC Control Number||2009022349|
The modern writer, Xinran has written movingly about the plight of women in modern China. Her book ‘The Good Women of China ’ contains reports of interviews with women who have suffered in the not too distant past (). Her regular phone-in program at Nanjing ‘Words on the Night Breeze’ encouraged women to unburden themselves. Confucius doctrine said women werent equal to men, because women were unworthy or incapable of a literary education. Other than this Confucius says little about women, which perhaps shows better than anything else how a standing they had in ancient Chinese society. The author of the books that set social standards in China for two thousand.
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Book Description: This indispensable guide for students of both Chinese and women’s history synthesizes recent research on women in twentieth-century China. Written by a leading historian of China, it surveys more than scholarly works, discussing Chinese women in the context of marriage, family, sexuality, labor, and national modernity. 1. Jennifer Anderson and Theresa Munford, Chinese Women Writers, A Collection of Short Stories by Chinese Women Writers in the s & Books and Periodicals, 2. Gail Bernstein, ed. Recreating Japanese Women, , University of California Press, 3. Mikiso Hane, Peasants, Rebels, & Outcastes: The Underside of Modern Japan, Pantheon Books,
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This essential reference work provides an alphabetic listing, with an extensive "index," of studies on women in China from earliest times to the present day written in Western languages, primarily English, French, German, and : Robin D.
Yates. This essential reference work provides an alphabetic listing, with an extensive index, of studies on women in China from earliest times to the present day written in Western languages, primarily English, French, German, and Italian.
Containing more than citations of books Pages: Get this from a library. Women in China from earliest times to the present: a bibliography of studies in Western languages. [Robin D S Yates]. Get this from a library. Women in China from earliest times to the present: a bibliography of studies in Western languages.
[Robin D S Yates] -- This essential reference work is an alphabetic listing, with an extensive index, of more than citations of books, chapters in books, and articles, and + dissertations in all social science. Women and gender in China studies ; v.
Summary "This essential reference work provides an alphabetical listing, with an extensive index, of studies on women in China from earliest times to the present day written in Western languages, primarily English, French, German, and Italian.
Women in China from Earliest Times to the Present 作者: Robin D.S. Yates 出版社: Brill 副标题: A Bibliography of Studies in Western Languages 出版年: 页数: 定价: USD 装帧: Hardcover ISBN: Legends claim that the earliest rulers in China were the Xia Dynasty, from to B.C., with Yu as the first emperor, but there is little proof that the dynasty actually existed.
Women in China from Earliest Times to the Present Book Description: This essential reference work is an alphabetic listing, with an extensive index, of more than citations of books, chapters in books, and articles, and + dissertations in all social science and humanities disciplines relating to women in China from earliest times to today.
A similar sentiment was expressed in the Book of Documents in proverbial form: “When the hen announces the dawn, it signals the demise of the family.” During Han times ( BCE – CE), both the administrative structure of the centralized state and the success of Confucianism helped shape the Chinese family system and women’s place in it.
Women in ancient China did not enjoy the status, either social or political, afforded to men. Women were subordinate to first their fathers, then their husbands, and finally, in the case of being left a widow, their sons in a system known as the “three followings” or physically ill-treated, socially segregated, and forced to compete for their husband's affections with.
Concubinage was a common occupation for women in ancient Egypt, especially for talented women. A request for forty concubines by Amenhotep III (c.
BCE) to a man named Milkilu, Prince of Gezer states: "Behold, I have sent you Hanya, the commissioner of the archers, with merchandise in order to have beautiful concubines, i.e. weavers. 4 Women’s writing took shape thanks to the “new literature” movement () under the influence of The Doll’s House by Ibsen ().
Its precursor in Baihua (vernacular Chinese) was the novel by Bing Xin (), Two Families (Liangge jiating).Four periods may be distinguished, as well as three themes: women’s rights (funüquan), women and revolution, women and men. In many cultures of antiquity women had to battle the disadvantages of rules and conventions made for men and by men who dominated government, public life, and society.
Nevertheless, many ancient religions had powerful female goddesses like Isis in Egypt, myths told of strong women like the Amazons, and, of course, women were all-important in the home and family life.
Great Books of China: From Ancient Times to the Present by Frances Wood is a non-fiction book about Chinese literature. Frances Wood is an English librarian, sinologue and historian known for her writings on Chinese history.
This book allows reader to discover classic books and texts from s: 4. Women Citation Shamsuddin, D. (), "Women in China from Earliest Times to the Present: A Bibliography of Studies in Western Languages", Reference Reviews, Vol. 25 No. 2, pp. Julie wrote: "Someone needs to edit this list again.
There are a ton of non-fiction books on here." I realize that including non-fiction is against the stated rule of the list, but there is a lot of great non-fiction both originally in English and in translation from Chinese, and it deserves as much recognition as the fiction.
Women’s unemployment rate did fall to its lowest levels since the s in and earlyand last year, women accounted for about million of. T he three Soong sisters were precocious from a young age. But few could have predicted the level of influence they eventually had on the course of history in 20th-century China.
The Good Women of China: Hidden Voices is in many ways reminiscent of Wild Swans: Three Daughters of China: the first-person female narrator, the overlapping cultural settings, the focus on the life of Chinese women, the videogame subtitle.
Easily comparable - not for the best reasons/5(). A History. Author: John S. Major,Constance A. Cook; Publisher: Routledge ISBN: Category: History Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» Ancient China: A History surveys the East Asian Heartland Region – the geographical area that eventually became known as China – from the Neolithic period through the Bronze Age, to the early imperial era of Qin and Han, up to the threshold of the.
FROM ANCIENT TIMES TO THE PRESENT. Women in Chinese Literature, Spring Prof. Yun Zhu 2 Grades will be assigned as follows: Mon. 3/18 Required reading: “The Book of Filial Piety for Women Attributed to a Woman Née Zheng,” Under Confucian Eyes: Writings on Gender in Chinese .Only occasionally have Chinese women been recorded as participants.1 However, women actually appear in Chinese military history as early as Sun Tzu's time ( B.C.), when King Wu's palace concubines were turned into soldiers as a demonstration of the effects of discipline (Military History of China Compilation Group ), since Chinese.Women's place in textile production remained throughout the ages, continuing to modern times.
By the early 21st century, they were the major workforce in the mills of South China. The modernization of the Chinese woman might have its roots in ancient culture.