Conservative social attitudes in modern China : a study exemplified by cases in Shanghai, Tientsin, and Hong Kong, 1917-1932
The modernization of China is a perpetual problem confronting Chinese politicians and intellectuals alike. This problem involves the question of defining and implementing changes in Chinese politics, economy and society. Because of the diversity and disparity of these changes, modernization is not easily achieved. This further raises the important issue of the acceptance of changes in Chinese society. The 1920s was a period which held much promise for modernization. However, Chinese...[Show more]
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