4 edition of Typical women of China. found in the catalog.
|Statement||Translated from a popular native work on the virtues, words, deportment, and employment of the women of China, by the late Miss A. C. Safford. Edited by John Fryer.|
|Contributions||Safford, Miss A. C., tr.|
|LC Classifications||DS725 .L5 1899|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 192 p.|
|Number of Pages||192|
|LC Control Number||13011117|
In China, women are also often expected to marry men with higher social status than their own, usually someone with more money or education. As should be obvious but isn't necessarily, until someone like Xinran comes along and points it outChina is a vast, complicated and diverse country that has gone through huge changes in a very short time, and there's no way you can get a real idea of what life is like there from listening to the accounts of a handful of individuals. Senior high school students also have to choose between a social-science- and a natural-science-orientation. I hope one day I'll be able to visit.
Emphasis on the family is a key aspect of Chinese culture, but these family values are often much different than Western ones. Marriage Traditions The arranged marriages common in the past have been replaced by love-based marriage for most modern Chinese people. At a young age women were taught to be obedient, to follow the lead of men. The ever growing demand for qualified personnel fueled the labor market in urban areas of China. Today, women who discover their husband has a "second wife" are less tolerant and now have the ability to ask for a divorce. The bride price custom has transformed into providing gifts for the bride or her family.
Many women's stories involved rape, forced marriage, deception, and abuse at the hands of authority figures in society and the government. She talks about how being one of the only women in her area at work means that men look out for her. Other women fear for their financial situations. During the early years of the PRC, a strong political emphasis was placed on agriculture. Filial Piety A central concept in Chinese family values is the idea of "filial piety," or respecting parents and grandparents.
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The unemployment rate for people with a bachelor degree and above increased by more than one percent between andeven though they still possess a much lower unemployment rate compared to people with a lower education background.
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The writer began her working life in a state missile factory, living in a heavily guarded political compound in Nanjing, an experience she Typical women of China.
book made her 'tough'. InNien Cheng is working as an assistant at British company Shell, one of the few international companies that maintained an office in China after the Communist revolution.
With about 1. Contrary to the expectation in most Western families, Chinese parents typically raise their children not to live independently but to be part of a large, extended family. The ever growing demand for qualified personnel fueled the labor market in urban areas of China.
And while this novel might at first glance not Typical women of China. book too revolutionary — it follows the life of a woman who finds love again after divorce — it did at the time of its release challenge accepted conventions, particularly the status of women.
Minan, a trial attorney in the Civil Division of the U. It was not until when when the communist government took over that the percentage of women going to school jumped from 20 percent to over 96 percent. The UN gave its first ever population award to China inFong notes, while examining the Typical women of China.
book ruthlessness of the Chinese policy. This may be successful with testosterone rich males, but what happens to every other male? In Chinese history peonies in Luoyang are praised as the finest in the country and a peony festival is held in Luoyang between April and May each year.
Domestic violence was finally criminalized with the amendment of the Law of Protection of Rights and Interests of Women. This flower is a symbol of beautiful women so Chinese often send it as a gift to the partner. The Good Women of China Xinran At the start of this collection of true-life stories, Xinran is working as a female radio presenter in Nanjing in the late s when she receives a letter from a young boy.
Yang or "man" is viewed as hard, dominating and assertive. These requests were mediated by party-affiliated organizations, rather than discredited legal systems. Sudden industrialization in China brought two types of people together: young female workers and rich businessmen from cities like Hong Kong.
Though practices have been gradually changing since the 20th century, sons traditionally married and raised children while continuing to live with their parents for their whole lives.This book considers the plight of many women in China, especially educated, urban women, who are often left in a worse position after marrying, both financially and professionally.
With tales of hasty marriages, domestic violence and financial discrimination, Hong Fincher’s book is both convincing and overwhelming, complete with first-hand. May 16, · Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
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