Women and Gender in Contemporary Chinese Societies Beyond Han Patriarchy
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Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: Lexington Books
Publication date: 3/4/2013
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
|Introduction: Toward Multiethnic Approaches to Women and Gender in Chinese Societies|
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|Negotiating Local Tradition with Taoism: Female Ritual Specialists in the Zhuang Religion|
|Divine Compromises: The Mother of Grain and Gautama Buddha in De'ang Religion|
|"The Wife Is the Boss": Sex-Ratio Imbalance and Young Women's Empowerment in Rural Northeast China|
|The Han Family: The Realignment of Parenting Ideals, Sentiments, and Practices|
|You May Bump Butts with the Bride: Negotiating the Commodified "Other" in Dai Ethnic Tourism|
|As Mothers and Wives: Women in Patrilineal Nuosu Societ|
|Resistance from Within|
|The Nude Parade of 1927: Nudity and Women's Liberation in China|
|Resistance through Transformation? The Meanings of Gender Reversals in a Taiwanese Buddhist Monastery|
|"Chinese Cinematic Martial Arts Feminism" and Its Incompletion: From A Touch of Zen, Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon, and The Banquet|
|Art as Life/Life as Art: The Fiction and Feminist Paradigm of Li Ang|
|About the Contributors|