Gender and Rural Reforms in China: A Case Study of Population Control and Land Rights Policies in Northern Liaoning

Full Citation: Chen, J. and Summerfield, G., ‘‘Gender and Rural Reforms in China: A Case Study of Population Control and land Rights Policies in Northern Liaoning,’’ 13(3-4) FEMINIST ECONOMICS 63 (2007).

Gender and Rural Reforms in China: A Case Study of Population Control and Land Rights Policies in Northern Liaoning

Based on ethnographic fieldwork, this paper explores the gender dimensions of population control and land tenure policies in a rural village in Northeast China. Gender bias was explicit in the implementation of both policies in the village between 1980 and the mid-1990s. Since that time, explicit gender bias has been reduced and both policies have

Languages: English

Year: 2007

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