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Gender and Community Under British Colonialism

Emotion, Struggle and Politics in a Chinese Village

By Siu Keung Cheung

Routledge – 2007 – 176 pages

Series: East Asian Studies

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Description

Gender and Community Under British Colonialism is a study of continuity and change in village communities in the New Territories of Hong Kong, China.

Contents

Introduction 1. The Story of the New Territories 2. The Story of Da Shu Village 3. The Story of Chinese Lineage 4. The Story of Local Practices 5. The Story of Village Women 6. The Story of Deng Amei. Conclusion

Author Bio

Cheung Siu Keung is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Sociology, Hong Kong Shue Yan College. He obtained his doctoral degree from The University of Edinburgh. His research interests mainly include the voices and practices of Chinese people as well as minority politics and social movements.

Name: Gender and Community Under British Colonialism: Emotion, Struggle and Politics in a Chinese Village (Paperback)Routledge 
Description: By Siu Keung Cheung. Gender and Community Under British Colonialism is a study of continuity and change in village communities in the New Territories of Hong Kong, China.
Categories: Asian Studies, Gender Studies