Peasant life in communist China
The Society for Applied Anthropology • (6) • Published In 1963 • Pages: iv, 66
By: Geddes, W. R. (William Robert).
AbstractIn 1956 the author made a visit of less than one week to the village Fei (1946) famously studied twenty years earlier in order to assess changes that had occurred under the new Communist regime. He reports on demographics, production capacity, household composition, marriage patterns, land tenure, and cooperatives. Included are excerpts from a talk by Fei and the regulations of the Agricultural Producers' Cooperatives. See González (1983) for a critique of this report.
- Sub Region
- East Asia
- Document Type
- Ethnologist-4, 5
- Ian Skoggard; 2020
- Coverage Date
- Coverage Place
- Kaixiangong (Kaihsienkung), Wujiang, Suzhou, Jiangsu, China
- W. R. Geddes
- Includes bibliographical references