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by LIU ZHONG YI
In some villages in this economically depressed area, many of the teenage couples’ parents had left to find work in nearby .
In some villages in this economically depressed area, many of the teenage couples’ parents had left to find work in nearby cities and the teenagers had been raised by grandparents. While teenage marriage and pregnancy are acceptable in some places in southwestern China, Ms. Xiao says it may create economic and educational obstacles, particularly for the girls. Among the 10 teenage couples she photographed and interviewed, all of the girls became pregnant as teenagers and did not finish high school.
In socialist China, marital reforms have been part of the regime's efforts to cultivate liberated socialist subjects. Based on qualitative and quantitative data collected in thirty villages in three counties in Hebei in summer 2005, it examines class endogamy/heterogamy; class, patriarchy, and gender; and class differentials in marriage practices.
The book participates in the new trend of comparing marriage and family life in the Mainland with Hong Kong and .
The book participates in the new trend of comparing marriage and family life in the Mainland with Hong Kong and Taiwan. In doing so, the book provides a more comprehensive, ethnographic overview of the many changes taking place in Chinese society. This book opens the Pandora's box of marriage issues in China, offering readers a view of the growing anomalies of familial, sexual, and marital mores and the complexities engendered by deviancies in the three Chinese societies of Hong Kong, Taiwan, and the PRC. The book injects new blood into scholarship on the topic of marriage and sexuality and offers alternative ways of thinking and questioning institutions.
Marriage in China has undergone change during the country's reform and opening period, especially because of new legal policies like the New Marriage Law of 1950 and the Family planning policy in place from 1979 to 2015. The major transformation in the twentieth century is characterized by the change from traditional structures for Chinese marriage, such as the arranged marriage, to one where the freedom to choose one’s partner is generally respected
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Find village china from a vast selection of Books.
Find village china from a vast selection of Books. Customs services and international tracking provided. VILLAGE LIFE IN CHINA by ARTHUR H. SMITH, D. D. 1899 1s. 1st. Village and Family in Contemporary China Parish, William . Whyte, Martin King.
History of Marriage in China. The Marriage Law of 1950 guarantees everyone the freedom to choose his or her marriage partner. Nevertheless, especially in the countryside, there are few opportunities to meet potential mates
History of Marriage in China. Nevertheless, especially in the countryside, there are few opportunities to meet potential mates. Rural China offers little privacy for courtship, and in villages there is little public tolerance for flirting or even extended conversation between unmarried men and women. Introductions and gobetweens continue to play a major role in the arrangement of marriages. In most cases each of the young people, and their parents, has an effective veto over any proposed match.
In China, marriage had to be considered social property for it was the precondition for the formation of families; and families promoted social cohesion and stability through their socialization of children. This theme endured for the next thirty years. In 1980, with feudal family relations putatively no longer the problem they had been in 1950 and household production reemerging, the State Council promulgated a new marriage law that took seriously the concept of marriage as personal property.
На основе результатов исследования Изменение семейных ценностей (SFVC), собранных в 2008 . в статье описаны и проанализированы изменения в восприятии института семьи и брака, в контексте отношений к браку, разводу, деторождению, сожительству. в статье описаны и проанализированы изменения в восприятии института семьи и брака, в контексте отношений к браку, разводу, деторождению, сожительству, гомосексуализму и межпоколенческой поддержке между взрослыми детьми и их пожилыми родителями.
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Author: LIU ZHONG YI
Publisher: Unknown (1991)
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