No Change for Thirty Years: The Renewed Question of Women’s Land Rights in Rural China

Full Citation: Judd, E. R., “No Change for Thirty Years: The Renewed Question of Women’s Land Rights in Rural China,” 38 DEVELOPMENT AND CHANGE 689 (2007).

No Change for Thirty Years: The Renewed Question of Women’s Land Rights in Rural China

Since the mid-1990s, a new land-use rights regime has gradually come into effect in China. It follows upon a series of earlier changes — land reform, collectivization and the first wave of contracting land to households — that paid attention to women’s role in publicly recognized work and provided access to land. The new regime,

Languages: English

Year: 2007

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