Women's History

Changes in the Role of Women during the May 4th Movement
Uploaded Time: 2015-11-13
Category: Women's History
During the New Cultural Movement of May 4th era, there was a major transition not only in the expectations of women's economic role but also the role women actually played. On the expectations of role...Version: Chinese
Study of New Women in Yan'an Era from a Gender Perspective
Uploaded Time: 2015-11-13
Category: Women's History
This paper adopts a perspective of women and their experiences to examine the tortuous path New Women in the Yan'an era had traveled towards "women's liberation." Using historical evidence, the paper ...Version: Chinese
Viewing the Historical Decline of Women's Status from the Changes in "Zigu" Beliefs
Uploaded Time: 2015-11-13
Category: Women's History
Any cultural models cannot be independent of the socialization of gender and the decline of women's status,which reflected in not only ideology but also folk beliefs and practices. This paper traces t...Version: Chinese
Changes in Women's Dress in the Late Qing: Women's Body and the State and the Fashion--Starting from "Unbinding the Feet"
Uploaded Time: 2015-11-13
Category: Women's History
Changes in women's dress in the late Qing played a special role in women's liberation movement. During the "Weixin" reforms, leading intellectuals proposed the elimination of women's bound feet and ot...Version: Chinese
Freedom of the Body, View of the City and Desires of the Audience: On the Female-Star Phenomenon in Early Chinese Movies
Uploaded Time: 2011-05-13
Category: Women's History
Female stars in early Chinese movies constituted a new cultural phenomenon rising with the New Culture Movement after the May 4th Movement in 1919, which heralded the freedom of the body as well as Ch...Version: Chinese
Zhang Yuniang:An Outstanding Poetess of South Zhejiang in Song Dynasty
Uploaded Time: 2011-05-13
Category: Women's History
One of the four greatest poetesses during the Song dynasty(960-1279),Zhang Yuniang(1250-1276) is known for her Lan Xue Ji(Orchid-like Snowflakes), an anthology of poems characterized by diversified fo...Version: Chinese
Nuwa and the Chinese Character Culture
Uploaded Time: 2011-05-11
Category: Women's History
The age-old Chinese characters accumulate a profound information about Chinese culture. The Chinese mythology that has undergone much change and reflects the history of the Chinese national thought de...Version: Chinese
The "Time Difference" or The "Culture Difference"——A Critique of "Prefect Individualism" Concept of Women in the New Culture Movement
Uploaded Time: 2011-05-11
Category: Women's History
Nora and Zi Jun are two characters of "New Women" recommended or created by the intellectuals in order to set up the "New Concept of Women" in the early New Culture Movement. But the implications of t...Version: Chinese
More on the "Matriliny"," Matriarchy" and Women's Social Status
Uploaded Time: 2015-12-09
Category: Women's History
Most scholars in past research programs believed that women enjoyed the dominant position, or so-called "matriarchy", in the matrilineal society. Viewed from the angles of world history and anthropolo...Version: Chinese
The Tragic Fate of the Modern Women in the May 4 Movement Period -- As Illustrated by Zhang Si-jing’s Example
Uploaded Time: 2015-12-08
Category: Women's History
Taking the tragic fate of the modern woman Zhang Si-jing of the May 4 Movement period as an example and through interpretation of the epochal speech, this essay locates the deep gender-system root und...Version: Chinese
Women's Development Based on Gender Equality and Harmony--Aspirations of Progressive Elements in the May Fourth Movement
Uploaded Time: 2015-12-08
Category: Women's History
Progressive elements in the May Fourth Movement of 1919 Believed that women's development had a bearing on women's emancipation, on the emancipation of mankind as a whole and on the all-round developm...Version: Chinese
The Relationship between Gender and Right in the National Consciousness in the Late Qing Dynasty--An Investigative Survey Centered in Women's Right to Participation in Politics
Uploaded Time: 2015-12-08
Category: Women's History
There appeared in the late Qing Dynasty two diametrically opposite trends of thought in respect of the relationship between gender and right in the national consciousness. One was that a small number ...Version: Chinese
Gender Relationship, the Need for Food and the Origin of Private Ownership--Reinterpretation with Reference Mainly to China of Remote Antiquity
Uploaded Time: 2015-12-08
Category: Women's History
According to the author, the relationship between both sexes and the need or demand for food are closely linked with the origin of private ownership. The disproportion in number between men and women ...Version: Chinese
Investigation on Literacy Education for Royal Noblewomen in Ancient China
Uploaded Time: 2015-12-07
Category: Women's History
Literacy education for noblewomen in ancient China continued intermittently from the pre-Qin era to the last years of the Qing Dynasty, complete with corresponding regulations and institutions. Such e...Version: Chinese
A Historical Review of Our Women's Higher Educational Institutions and Their Trends of Development
Uploaded Time: 2015-12-06
Category: Women's History
The re-emergence of girls' colleges has aroused increasing attention as a component part of China higher education. This paper reviews the developmental history of our girls' colleges, compares the ne...Version: Chinese
The Implication of "Women's Emancipation" in the "May 4 Movement" Period and Its Theoretical Background
Uploaded Time: 2015-12-05
Category: Women's History
According to the author, in order to build up a women-oriented theory ith Chinese characteristics, it is necessary to sort out the basic concept and theory in the practice of the women's movement. In ...Version: Chinese
Empress Wu Ze-tian's Royal Authority and Its Lawfulness--On the Charm of Women's Public Administration
Uploaded Time: 2015-12-05
Category: Women's History
This essay discusses the lawfulness of Empress Wu Ze-tian's royal authority in the gender role, royal authority and public administration with the research approach based on the sciences of anthropolo...Version: Chinese
Changes of Chinese People's Views on Childbearing in the "May 4 Movement" Period
Uploaded Time: 2015-12-05
Category: Women's History
The "May 4 Movement" period was a period of important change in modern society and in ideology and culture, and a period in which the women's emancipation movement progressed in a breadth and depth ne...Version: Chinese
From Political Emancipation to Gender Emancipation--On the Buildup of the Theory of Chinese Women’s Emancipation
Uploaded Time: 2015-12-05
Category: Women's History
This paper is an exposition, from the localization perspective, of the buildup of the theory of Chinese women's emancipation in the contemporary globalization environment. Through a review of the wome...Version: Chinese
The Women's Movement of 1895-1898: A Pioneer in the Criticism of Gender Essentialism in Chinese History
Uploaded Time: 2015-12-05
Category: Women's History
The Women's Movement of1895-1898,which set the pace of the Chinese women's movement, did criticize the gender essentialism from the very beginning just as the early Western feminist movement did. It u...Version: Chinese
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