Chinese discourses on rurality, gender and development: a feminist critique
During the 1980s and 1990s, peasants, especially peasant women, were mostly ignored in elite Chinese discourse on development, or portrayed as a 'backward', 'low quality' group, who put a drag on modernization. But since then, a number of elite discourses
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