Spiral Road Change in a Chinese Village Through the Eyes of a Communist Party Leader

ISBN-10: 0813309387
ISBN-13: 9780813309385
Edition: 1989
Authors: Shu-min Huang
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Book details

List price: $24.00
Copyright year: 1989
Publisher: Westview Press
Publication date: 10/25/1989
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 240
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long
Language: English

The leading Party cadre of Lin Village in Southeast China describes in this book forty years of turbulent events that affected individuals and families in the village: the downfall of the landlords during the Land Reform, the rise of poor peasants to political power, the political fanaticism of the Great Leap Forward and the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution, and recent efforts to restore rational, pragmatic policies in China’s countryside.The magnitude of change in Lin Village since 1949 has been considerable. Most villagers have benefited from tangible improvements in agriculture, education, and medicine, and they have developed a sense of political participation and integration into the national political arena. Significantly, while these dynamic changes have been taking place, the observance of cultural tradition has persisted. Attempts made by the government to change “feudalistic” beliefs and practices have yet to make any lasting impression on village life.More than an account of one village, this book documents for readers the cataclysmic changes of China’s entire post-liberation era, detailing their effects in a personalized style. An American anthropologist of Chinese descent, Huang Shu-min employs participant-observation and personal interviews to shape this unique view of rural China today and to delineate some of the misconceptions held by Western academics.

Foreword
References
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Notes
Bibliography
Glossary of Chinese Characters
Index

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