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Title:Engendering the Chinese Revolution; Radical Women, Communist Politics, and Mass Movements in the 1920s
Price:AUD$14.90 (about USD$11.60)
Item ID:SB00-0113088
Publisher:University of California Press, Berkely . Los Angeles . London, 1995
Illustrator:Maps and Diagrams
Condition:Very Good
University of California Press, 1995, Softcover, Book Condition: Very Good, First, Illustrated By: Maps and Diagrams

list of maps, acknowledgements, note on romanisation, introduction by author, to appendices, notes, glossary, bibliography and index. The text is illustrated with three maps and a section of black-and-white photography, nine pages, between pages 114 and 117. Photographic card cover with white coloured titles to the front panel and backstrip. A little creasing to the book corners and rubbing to the book edges and book panels. "Women's emancipation was a central goal of the Chinese Communist Party during its formative years. But were male revolutionaries truly committed to women's emancipation? What roles did women activists play in the party structure, and how did they try to transform gender relations? Christina Gilmartin concludes that these early revolutionaries are unwittingly reinscribed central aspects of the dominant patriarchy, creating a contradictory politics of gender that would become a permanent feature of Chinese Communist system." -- from the rear panel blurb. Size: Trade Paperback. (7), VIII-XIII, (1), 303, (1) pages,. Please refer to accompanying picture (s). Illustrator: Maps and Diagrams . Quantity Available: 1. Category: History; Asian Studies; China; Women & Feminism. ISBN: 0520203461. ISBN/EAN: 9780520203464. Inventory No: 0113088.
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