3 edition of The Re-emergence of the Chinese peasantry found in the catalog.
The Re-emergence of the Chinese peasantry
|Statement||edited by Ashwani Saith.|
|Contributions||Saith, Ashwani., Institute of Social Studies (Netherlands)|
|LC Classifications||HD1537.C5 R4 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 277 p. :|
|Number of Pages||277|
|LC Control Number||87005373|
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The Re–emergence of the Chinese Peasantry. Edited by Ashwani Saith. [Beckenham, Kent: Croom Helm, pp. £] Frank Leeming; Published online by Cambridge University Press: 17 February , pp. ; Article. In the 19th century, Japanese intellectuals reinvented the Chinese terms fengjian (封建) for "feudalism" and nongmin (农民), or "farming people", terms used in the description of feudal Japanese society. These terms created a negative image of Chinese farmers by making a class distinction where one had not previously existed.
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The re-emergence of the peasantry is perhaps the most interesting development in China at the present time. After years of being subject to collective agriculture and other revolutionary experiments, China's peasants are now once again being.
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Turning to the countryside, the book then examines the regearing of the rural economy to the needs of urban capital, local and global; outlines the emergence of modern landlordism and other rural “capitalisms”; analyzes class formation in the peasantry associated with changes in labor organization, tenurial arrangements, and the gendered division of labor; and traces the coalescence of a distinctive political discourse through which peasants Cited by: International in scholarship, The China Quarterly provides readers with historical perspectives, in-depth analyses, and a deeper understanding of China and Chinese culture.
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This very well written and interesting book has, no doubt, made a significant contribution to our understanding of the success and failure of socialist policies in Chinese peasantry. It will prove to be indispensable for researchers who are interested in state-society issues, rural development, and socialist transformation."—Alvin Y.
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