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eBook Women in China: Bibliography of available English language materials ePub

by Lucie Cheng

  • ISBN: 0912966726
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  • Author: Lucie Cheng
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California, Center for Chinese Studies (1984)
  • Pages: 109
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Volume 79 Issue 2. Women in . .Full text views reflects the number of PDF downloads, PDFs sent to Google Drive, Dropbox and Kindle and HTML full text views. Total number of HTML views: 0. Total number of PDF views: 0 .

Cheng, Lucie et a. ds. Taipei: Institute of Modern History, Academia Sinica. Federal Census Advisory Committee on the Asian and Pacific American Population, 1977-80.

A forthcoming second volume will record materials relating to Hong Kong and Taiwan.

ISBN-13: 978-9622097032. Nonetheless, Cheng makes the voluminous bibliography as useful as possible for English readers while remaining faithful to the original Chinese names for the entries. Besides the Chinese characters, the Chinese titles are romanized, i. written as they would be spoken in Chinese by Westerners. Also, a closing "note" with nearly every one of the Chinese entries denotes the general contents of the publication. English, European, and other Asian publications make up a small percentage of the listings. A forthcoming second volume will record materials relating to Hong Kong and Taiwan.

Bibliography of Christianity in China. This is a list of selected references for Christianity in China. David H. Adeney: China - Christian Students Face the Revolution, Downers Grove IL: InterVarsity Press, 1973, ISBN 0-87784-354-6. David Aikman: Jesus in Beijing: How Christianity is Transforming China and Changing the Global Balance of Power, Washington DC: Regnery Publishing, In. 2003, ISBN 978-0-89526-128-1.

Lucie Cheng (Chinese: 成露茜; pinyin: Chéng Lùxī) was a sociologist known for her work in Asian American studies, as well as being the first permanent director of the Asian American Studies Center, UCLA.

Berkeley: Institute of East Asian Studies. Writing Women in Modern China: an Anthology of Women's Literature from the Early Twentieth Century. New York: Columbia University Press. Woman and Chinese Modernity: The Politics of Reading Between West and East. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. Cohen, Myron L. 1976. House United, House Divided: The Chinese Family in Taiwan. Marriage and Divorce in Han China: A Glimpse at Pre‑Confucian Society," In Chinese Family Law in Historical Perspective, ed. David Buxbaum.

Acknowledgments 1. Introduction: The Garment Industry in the Restructuring Global Economy Edna Bonacich, Lucie Cheng, Norma Chinchilla, Nora . Lucie Cheng, Charlotte Furth, Hon-ming Yip. 1984

Lucie Cheng, Charlotte Furth, Hon-ming Yip. 1984.

Striking a Balance: Women and Images of Women in Early Chinese . Sublimation in Medieval China: The Case of the Mysterious Women of the Nine Heavens. Journal of Chinese Religions 20: 91-102.

Striking a Balance: Women and Images of Women in Early Chinese Buddhism. Women, Religion, and Social Change. Ed. Yvonne Yazbeck Haddad and Ellison Banks Findly. Transformations of Wen Cheng Kongjo: The Tang Princess, Tibetan Queen, and Buddhist Goddess Tara. In Benard and Moon (2000), 149-64. Cahill, Suzanne (1992b).