Family, Fields, and Ancestors: Constancy and Change in Chinas Social and Economic History, 1550-1949 by Lloyd E. Eastman

Family, Fields, and Ancestors: Constancy and Change in Chinas Social and Economic History, 1550-1949

byLloyd E. Eastman

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Title:Family, Fields, and Ancestors: Constancy and Change in Chinas Social and Economic History, 1550-1949Format:PaperbackDimensions:288 pages, 9.09 × 5.98 × 0.59 inPublished:April 1, 1990Publisher:Oxford University Press

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Table of Contents

Population: Growth and MigrationThe Family and the Individual in Chinese SocietyThe Popular Religion: Gods, Ghosts, and AncestorsAgriculture: An OverviewThe Agricultural Sector in the Early-20th Century: The Problem of "Peasant Immiseration"Commerce in the Late-Imperial Period: The Instruments and Geography of TradeManufacturing in the Late-Imperial Period: A Failed Industrial Revolution?Commerce and Manufacturing During the Period of Western InfluenceNew Social Classes in the Early-Modern PeriodThe Yin Side of Society: Secret Societies, Bandits, and FeudsConclusion: Constancy and Change

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"[An] excellent synthesis of the important but complex monographic and periodical literature so crucial to grasping China's social and economic history....A valuable complement to the more traditional politically-oriented textbooks. I am pleased that this useful book came to my attention intime for my course in Chinese history next semester."--Oliver Hayward, University of Wisconsin, Parkside