Lecture 2_Aug 4_ANT148A 2009

Lecture 2_Aug 4_ANT148A 2009 - ANT148A: Culture and...

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ANT148A: Culture and Political Economy in Contemporary China Summer Session II 2009 Gowoon Noh (Dept of Anthropology, UCD)
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Lecture Outline <Land Reform and Collectivization in Rural China> I. A brief outline of China’s historical periods II. Land Reform in the countryside III. Collectivization IV. People’s Commune
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I. A Brief Outline of China’s Historical Periods 1. Dynasties 2. The Republican Period (1912-1949) 3. The establishment of the People’s Republic of China (the PRC) 4. The Economic Reform Period (since the late 1970s) 5. Hong Kong’s return to China (1997)
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II. Land Reform in the Countryside (1950-1953) 1. Goal: to eliminate social inequality and class differences by promoting equal distribution of land and getting rid of private land ownership. 2. The property of landlords including arable land was redistributed to peasants through class struggle.
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II. Land Reform in the Countryside (1950-1953) 3. Class struggle: people were classified into several class statuses according to how much private property they owned and where their
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