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Earthbound China : a Study of the Rural Economy of Yunnan. (eBook, 2010) [vitecgroup.it]

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His influence is thought to have been important in convincing the government to promote rural industry, whose rapid growth in the 1980s raised the income of hundreds of millions of villagers all over China. He reminisced about his village fieldwork, his studies, and his teachers. Muslim Chinese: Ethnic Nationalism in the people's Republic 2 ed. This is a ; the is. He championed the cause of intellectuals. Virtually every week in the 1990s his name was in the newspapers and his face on television.

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earthbound china chang chih i tung fei hsiao

According to Fei, the became a true ethnic group, the , during the. Her brothers include Chinese politician Yang Qianli father of Hong Kong director and lyricwriter , Architect Yang Xiliu S. What is different in all this new writing is political caution; Fei had too much to do and too little time in these last decades to risk playing with fire again. One of China's finest and , his works on these subjects were instrumental in laying a solid foundation for the development of sociological and anthropological studies in China, as well as in introducing social and cultural phenomena of China to the international community. Biographical Dictionary of Republican China. A memorial has been set up in the Department of at the university, where he has taught and directed since the 1980s. Young , Chinese-American animator , and entrepreneur Yang Xiren.

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Earthbound China : a study of rural economy in Yunnan (Book, 1975) [vitecgroup.it]

earthbound china chang chih i tung fei hsiao

An important work of the period, China's Gentry, was compiled from Fei's field interviews, and was published in the United States in 1953. Virtually all of his old books were republished during these years, and he turned out new books and articles in even greater quantity. Translated as From the Soil: The Foundations of Chinese Society, U. Fei Xiaotong and Professor Maurice Bloch, 1986 His 'second life' was more than ever that of the public intellectual, with important political posts and contact with policy makers. Nonetheless, as a pioneer and educator, his intent was to highlight general trends, thus this simplification may have had significant justification for Fei's intent, even if they contributed to a bias in studies of Chinese society and culture. Beijing: New World Press, 1986. He devised survey methods which incorporated the.

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earthbound china chang chih i tung fei hsiao

Fei no longer taught, and published less and less. He was made vice president in 1951 of the Central Institute for Nationalities in Beijing today, , and in 1954 attended the First National People's Congress as a member of the Nationalities Affairs Commission. . Fei became an outcast, humiliated, isolated, unable to teach, do research, or publish. He recounted what he had learned from his trips abroad, and made some new translations from English. He visited the United States again and was subsequently able to arrange the visits to China of American social scientists to help with the gigantic task of training a whole new cadre of Chinese sociologists.

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University of Chicago Press, 1945. He repeatedly and forcefully set forth the case for sociology and anthropology in China if modernization were to succeed. New York: Columbia University Press. Fei Xiaotong is also known for his influential theory on , which follows the tradition of 's stage-developmental evolutionism. Routledge and New York: Dutton, 1939, and various reprints and a Japanese translation.

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Earthbound China : a study of rural economy in Yunnan / by Hsiao

earthbound china chang chih i tung fei hsiao

Park, the University of Chicago sociologist. David Arkush, Fei Xiaotong and Sociology in Revolutionary China. He was Professor of Sociology at at the time of his death on April 24, 2005 in Beijing at the age of 94. It went on to become a staple of American university courses on China. Founded in the 1940s by Karl Mannheim, the series became the forum for pioneering research and theory, marked by comparative approaches and the identification of new directions in sociology, publishing major figures in Anglo-American and European sociology, from Durkheim and Weber to Parsons and Gouldner, and from Ossowski and Klein to Jasanoff and Walby. He played a role in promoting and directing the reestablishment of sociology and anthropology in China, training scholars and developing teaching materials after thirty years of prohibition. Among Fei Xiaotong's contributions to anthropology is the concept that work through social networks of personal relations with the self at the center and decreasing closeness as one moves out.

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Earthbound China: A Study of the Rural Economy of Yunnan, 1st Edition (Paperback)

earthbound china chang chih i tung fei hsiao

There was even a little book of his poetry. Among the criticisms of Fei Xiaotong's work is that his work tended to ignore regional and historical variations in Chinese behavior. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1953. His world was one plagued with political corruption and abject poverty. Many of the themes were familiar. Twenty-three years of his life, he would later write, years that should have been his most productive period, were simply lost, wasted.

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Earthbound China : a study of rural economy in Yunnan / by Hsiao

earthbound china chang chih i tung fei hsiao

At the height of the , physically attacked by , forced to clean toilets, he contemplated suicide. He grew up in a gentry but yet not wealthy family. His last post before his death in 2005 was as Professor of Sociology at. There were articles and books on rural industrialization, small towns, national minorities, and developing frontier areas. .

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