Articles in Ethnic China
Matriarchy in China: mothers, queens, goddesses and shamans: One ambitious project in which the search for traces of past matriarchal societies leads the reader to the old China culture, history and prehistory, and also to the history, culture, religion and folklore of most of the indigenous peoples living on the borders of the Chinese world.
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This paper attempts to distill ten lessons learned over the last 20 years of field research in China. It highlights the particularities of doing fieldwork in the Chinese setting and addresses various issues that are special to anthropology of and in China, ranging from practical questions about doing fieldwork to disputes over the actual subject of research within Chinese studies.
The Market Economy and Ethnic Relations in China
Along with the rapid development of China""s socialist market economy, there has been great change among the ethnic societies. Two trends have emerged, both of which are unexpected and yet in conformity with the law of social development. One is the evolution of ethnic societies from a semi-closed to an open type. The other is the trend in which parochial, ethnic consciousness is gradually weakening
Lai Hongyi.- THE EVOLUTION OF CHINA¡¯S ETHNIC POLICIES
Jacques Lemione.- Dialectique des ethnicites et des nationalites en Chine. L'homme. 1998
The Nationality Investigations project restructured the relationship between Chinas minority periphery and its Han-dominated center. It redefined the principles, theories, and aims of Chinese social sciences. Most importantly, in naming and describing Chinas nationalities, the Investigations scientifically reified a set of ethnic categories and assumptions.
The Chinese term minzu, designating a nation or nationality, was first used late in the nineteenth century. It was borrowed from Japanese. It is nearly from two meanings: one is "nationality" and the another is "ethnic group".
Haiwang Yuan<Chinese Ethnicities and Their Culture: An Overview
to a Chinese ethnologist, early Chinese roughly fell into three categories
In this paper, I report on Chinese scholars""studies in ethnosociolinguistics since the foundation of the People""s Republic of China in 1949. It is divided into eight sections: (1) The sociolinguistic situation; (2)Bilingualism; (3) Language choice; (4) Language mixture; (5) Language maintenance and shift; (6) Language and culture; (7)Language planning and standardization.
Free Thesis about China Nacional Minorities
Dayna Dione Hickson.- The implications of government policy and identification of minorities in China. 1977
Xinyi Wu.- The Impact of Ethnic Identity on Student Achievement in China: A Meta Analysis. Brigham Young University. 2006
There have been concerns about low educational achievement of ethnic minority students in China. Previous studies have explored this area, especially in regard to the relationship between economic backwardness and achievement. However, a new field of study examines ethnic identity being considered as a cause of low achievement
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