3 edition of China"s gentry found in the catalog.
|Statement||Rev. & ed. by Margaret Park Redfield, with six life-histories of Chinese gentry families collected by Yung-teh Chow, and an introd. by Robert Redfield.|
|Contributions||Redfield, Margaret Park., Chou, Jung-tê, 1915-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 289 p.|
|Number of Pages||289|
China's Gentry: Essays in Rural–Urban Relations. Published: University of Chicago Press, If there are any problems with your order, we look forward to helping you resolve Rating: % positive. "The China Study is the most important book on nutrition and health to come out in the last seventy-five years. Everyone should read it, and it -MARILYN GENTRY, President American Institute for Cancer Research "The China Study is a well-documented analysis of the fallacies of the.
Scholar-gentry, residing at home as they study for the next level of examination or await official appointment, support the work of the appointed district magistrate (who, by regulation, cannot be from the district) and form one elite class of Confucian literati that governs China. 'In this new book, historian Harry Miller again makes use of the gentry/state conflict paradigm he had developed and utilized so effectively in his first book to explore the way the state-versus-gentry interplay became a factor in the decision-making process of the Qing rulers as the new Manchu rulers began to establish their control of China.
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China's Gentry: Essays on Rural-Urban Relations (Midway Reprint) Revised Edition by Hsiao-tung Fei (Author), Margaret Park Redfield (Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.
Format: Paperback. These seven essays on the structure of Chinese society are based on articles contributed by Fei to Chinese newspapers in and Six case histories from a study of the gentry by Yung-teh Chow are appended.
"The chief interest and charm of this book lie in the fact that it is not directed to the Western reader; these were studies written in Chinese, by an erudite Chinese, for a Chinese.
The Chinese Gentry on *FREE* shipping on qualifying cturer: University of Washington Press. China's Gentry | These seven essays on the structure of Chinese society are based on articles contributed by Fei to Chinese newspapers in and Six case histories from a study of the gentry by Young-teh Chow are appended.
The gentry of imperial China were a distinct social group. They had recognized political, economic, and social privileges and powers and led a special mode of life. The gentry stood above the large mass of the commoners and the so-called "mean people.". Francis L. Hsu, "China's Gentry: Essays in Rural-Urban Relations by Hsiao-tung Fei, with Six Life-Histories of Chinese Gentry Families by Yung-teh Chow.
Margaret Park Redfield," American Journal of Sociol no. 5 (Mar., ): Quintessential book of the history of the Chinese people and culture. Part two Late Imperial China Part three The Republic of China civil classical Communist Confucian countryside Cultural Revolution Deng Deng Xiaoping dynasty early economic elite emperor foreign gentry growth Guangzhou Harvard Hong Hu Jintao 4/5(5).
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New Products. OCLC Number: Description: v, pages illustrations 21 cm. Contents: The gentry and the imperial power --The scholar becomes the official --The gentry and technical knowledge --Basic power structure in rural China --Village, town, and city --Rural livelihood: agriculture and handicraft --Social erosion in the rural communities --Life-histories.
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