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Class and social stratification in post-revolution China / edited by James L. Watson
Bib ID 900388
Format BookBook
Description Cambridge [Cambridgeshire] ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1984 
vii, 289 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 0521260620
Series

Contemporary China Institute publications.

Full contents
  • Introduction : class and class formation in Chinese society / James L. Watson
  • Chinese views of social classification / Philip A. Kuhn
  • Classes, old and new, in Mao Zedong's thought, 1949-1976 / Stuart R. Schram
  • The decline of virtuocracy in China / Susan L. Shirk
  • Destratification in China / William L. Parish
  • The class system in rural China / Jonathan Unger
  • Bourgeois radicalism in the "new class" of Shanghai, 1949-1969 / Lynn T. White III
  • Marriage choice and status groups in contemporary China / Elisabeth Croll
  • Sexual inequality under socialism / Martin King Whyte.
 
Notes

Papers based on a conference held in Windsor Park, England, from June 30th to July 4, 1980; sponsored by the Contemporary China Institute and the Joint Committee on Contemporary China.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Subjects Social classes -- China -- Congresses.
Other authors/contributors Watson, James L. (James Lee), 1943-  |  Joint Committee on Contemporary China  |  University of London. Contemporary China Institute
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