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Author Woon, Yuen-fong, 1943-

Title Social organization in South China, 1911-1949 : the case of the Kuan lineage of K ai-p ing County / by Yuen-fong Woon.

Imprint Ann Arbor : Center for Chinese Studies, University of Michigan, 1984.

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Description 1 online resource (xi, 158 p.)
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Series Michigan monographs in Chinese studies ; no. 48
Michigan monographs in Chinese studies ; no. 48.
Bibliography Bibliography: p. 153-158.
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Contents 1. Social Organization in South China -- 2. The Kuan Lineage of T'uo-fu -- 3. The T'uo-fu Kuan and Their Neighbors -- 4. Rise of the New Gentry Class -- 5. Local Militarization, Economic Development, and the Kuan of K'ai-p'ing, 1911-30 -- 6. Power and Leadership in T'uo-fu After 1930 -- 7. Agrarian Problems and Class Relations in T'uo-fu After 1930 -- 8. Conclusion -- Appendices -- Notes -- Glossary -- Bibliography
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Summary Bridging the collapse of the Confucian state and the establishment of the People's Republic of China, the period 1911-49 is particularly fascinating to historians, anthropologists, sociologists and political scientists. Unfortunately, it is also a very confusing period, full of shifts and changes in economic, social, and political organizations. The social implications of these changes, and the relationships between officials on the subdistrict level, the unofficial leaders, and the bulk of the peasantry remain inadequately known. South China, which nurtured the Communist Party in its formative years, is a particularly interesting case. In this study I use the Kuan lineage of K'ai-p'ing as a case study to show the effects of demographic, economic, administrative, and educational changes after the Treaty of Nanking (1842) on patrilineal kinship as a principle of social organization in South China.
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Subject Kuan family.
Kuan family.
Kuan family. (OCoLC)fst00219635
Kaiping (Guangdong Sheng, China) -- Social conditions.
Social structure -- Case studies.
Social classes -- China -- Kaiping (Guangdong Sheng) -- Case studies.
Kinship -- China -- Kaiping (Guangdong Sheng) -- Case studies.
Structure sociale -- Études de cas.
SOCIAL SCIENCE -- General.
Kinship. (OCoLC)fst00987769
Social classes. (OCoLC)fst01122346
Social conditions. (OCoLC)fst01919811
Social structure. (OCoLC)fst01123372
China -- Kaiping (Guangdong Sheng) (OCoLC)fst01874857
Classes sociales -- Chine -- Guangdong -- Cas, Études de.
Parenté -- Chine -- Guangdong -- Cas, Études de.
Structure sociale -- Chine -- Guangdong -- Cas, Études de.
Guangdong (Chine) -- Conditions sociales.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Case studies. (OCoLC)fst01423765
Other Form: Print version: Social organization in South China, 1911-1949 Ann Arbor : Center for Chinese Studies, University of Michigan, 1984. 0892640510 : (DLC) 84003164
ISBN 0892640510
0892640480 (pbk.)
9780472128235 (electronic book)
047212823X (electronic book)
9780472902231 (open access)
0472902237 (open access)
9780892640515 (hardcover)
9780892640485 (paper)
Standard No. 10.3998/mpub.22799 doi
AU@ 000068133017

 
    
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