Engendering the Woman Question

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Engendering the Woman Question
Author : Yun Zhang
File Size : 52,9 Mb
Publisher : Women and Gender in China Stud
Language : English
Release Date : 03 December 2022
ISBN : 900443853X
Pages : 208 pages
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Engendering the Woman Question by Yun Zhang Book PDF Summary

In Engendering the Woman Question, Zhang Yun adopts a new approach to examining the early Chinese women's periodical press. Rather than seeing this new print and publishing genre as a gendered site coded as either "feminine" or "masculine," this book approaches it as a mixed-gender public space where both men and women were intellectually active and involved in dynamic interactions to determine the contours of their discursive encounters.0Drawing upon a variety of novel textual modes such as polemical essays, historical biography, public speech, and expository essays, this book opens a window onto men's and women's gender-specific approaches to a series of prominent topics central to the Chinese woman question in the early twentieth century

Engendering the Woman Question

In Engendering the Woman Question, Zhang Yun adopts a new approach to examining the early Chinese women's periodical press. Rather than seeing this new print and publishing genre as a gendered site coded as either "feminine" or "masculine," this book approaches it as a mixed-gender public space where both men

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