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In this article I examine rural Chinese women's migration to the cities before and after the post‐Mao reform. I argue that rural young women's pursuit of a modern identity during the more recent migration has to be understood in the context of a changed rural‐urban relationship resulting from China's postsocialist development in an era of flexible by: In this 'spectralization' (Yan ) of the countryside, agriculture and rural people, SPECTRALIZATION OF THE RURAL book society is constructed as a 'wasteland' inhabited by unproductive people, teeming with conflicts, and.
Hairong Yan, ‘Spectralization of the Rural: Reinterpreting the Labor Mobility of Rural Young Women in Post-Mao China’, American Ethnologist,30/4, – Zai Liang and Yiu Por Chen, ‘Migration and Gender in China: An Origin-Destination Linked Approach’, Economic Development and Cultural Change,52/2, – Spectralization of the rural: Reinterpreting the labor mobility of rural young women in post-Mao China.
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I argue that rural young women's pursuit of a modern identity during the more recent migration has to be understood in the context. Spectralization of the rural: Reinterpretation of the labor mobility of rural young women in post-Mao China. American Ethnologist, 30 (4), – Crossref, Google Scholar; Yan, Y.
Private Life Under Socialism: Love, Intimacy, and Family Change in a Chinese Village – Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press. Google ScholarAuthor: Suowei Xiao. calls “spectralization of the rural” in whose process the rural area and people have been represented as “a wasteland of backwardness and tradition” and “moribund Other.” 15 In contrast, in urban areas, mainly in the southern coastal regions, the influx of foreignAuthor: Yeonkyeong Park.
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Yan Hairong. “Spectralization of the Rural: Reinterpreting the Labor Mobility of Rural Young Women in Post-Mao China.” American Ethnologist 30(4) Yan Hairong. “現代化的幻影：生産和消費的雙人舞” [A Mirage of Modernity: pas de deux of Consumption and Production].
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